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Apex Legends dev confirms Seasons 5, 6, 7 and 8 already in development

Published: 7/Apr/2020 7:02

by Isaac McIntyre


Apex Legends players may still be enjoying the end of Season 4, but according to Respawn developers, there are already plans for Seasons 5, 6, 7, and 8. In fact, they might even include some Titanfall 2 content as well.

Apex’s fourth season has been a smash-hit so far. First, blood-soaked robot Revenant joined the battle royale’s extended roster. Mid-split, ranked switched to King’s Canyon. Now, World’s Edge is hosting Bloodhound’s Town Takeover.

Already, however, eyes are turning to the title’s fifth season. That’s not all Respawn has in the pipe right now though ⁠— according to design director Jason McCord, Apex’s devs are hard at work on the next three seasons beyond that too.

Revenant arrived in Apex Legends in Season 4 -- who will we see join the roster in Seasons 5, 6, 7, and 8?
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Revenant arrived in Season 4 ⁠— who will we see join the roster in Seasons 5, 6, 7, and 8?

“We are updating the game as fast as we can. We literally can’t do anymore, and we have a lot of stuff planned that people want – but it takes a lot of time. There’s nothing to be done about that,” McCord said on Twitter on April 6.

McCord’s statement came after a deluge of comments from the Apex community on Twitter regarding how slow Respawn was often perceived as being when it came to huge changes to their ongoing Apex Legends franchise.

That perspective seems pretty unfair, the battle royale’s lead game designer said, especially when the dev team was “hard at work” constantly on new content. That includes future guns, legends, and planned balance changes.

“Stick with us…” McCord continued. He also revealed just how far ahead the devs are compared to the live game-state. “We are literally testing content for Season 5, 6, 7 and 8 regularly. We have LOTS coming, and aren’t going anywhere.”

Respawn teases more Titanfall content for Apex Legends

Of course, fans may be more interested in what is coming in those next four seasons, rather than just hearing they’re on the way. In that regard, Respawn has remained more quiet — that is, outside of a major Titanfall tease.

“We’re always bringing in stuff from the Titanfall universe,” Apex game director Chad Grenier and general manager Dusty Welch said on future content in an interview with Game Informer for the magazine’s 324th print issue.

“We built an awesome world in Titanfall and want to make sure we’re bringing that forward,” Grenier continued, before teasing a slice of new content. “I will say this ⁠— there could be a pleasant surprise for Titanfall fans in Season 5.”

Respawn developers have admitted they want to bring more from their Titanfall series into Apex Legends.
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Respawn developers have admitted they want to bring more from their Titanfall series into Apex Legends.

There could well be a few answers to Grenier’s riddle. We’ve seen Prowlers, local to Titanfall’s Leviathan planet, arrive in Bloodhound’s Town Takeover already. There’s also rumors hardy South African pilot Blisk could be a future legend.

Months ago, leakers also dug up code suggesting Titanfall’s energy submachine gun the Volt could be arriving in Apex during the title’s fourth season. Instead, we got the Sentinel sniper, but the Volt SMG could still be on the horizon.

When will Apex’s future seasons actually launch?

With at least four more seasons on the horizon, it’s easy to get excited for all the brand-new content Apex players will get their hands on. What we have to remember, though, is Apex is quite slow with how they drop updates.

Season 5 is the easiest to predict. Season 4 is slated to finish on May 5 ⁠— just under a month away ⁠— meaning that’s when the fifth season should start.

Titanfall 2's iconic mercenary villain Blisk has been rumored to be an upcoming Apex Legends character.
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Titanfall 2’s iconic mercenary villain Blisk has been rumored to be an upcoming Apex Legends character. Could he arrive in Season 6?

Beyond that, it becomes a bit more of a guessing game. Season 1 ran from March 19 to June 18 (91 days), before Season 2 kicked off on July 2. Apex’s lengthy third season launched in October. Season 4 dropped February 4.

A standard season seems to last around 90 days, unless it lands across Christmas. Those last a little longer than the usual content run. That means the best guesses for when the next season drops are as follows:

Potential Apex season release dates

  • Fifth Season ⁠— May 5, 2020
  • Sixth Season ⁠— August, 2020
  • Seventh Season ⁠— November, 2020
  • Eighth Season ⁠— February, 2021

Taking Season 7’s potential Christmas extension into account, we’re looking at brand new Apex content all the way until the end of April 2021. It’s no small surprise, then, that McCord says the devs have “a lot coming” in the future.

Respawn is reportedly already hard at work polishing off Apex's fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth seasons.
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Respawn is reportedly already hard at work polishing off Apex’s fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth seasons.

For now though, we’re still right in the middle of Season 4. There’s still a month to go for the ranked split, as well as two weeks of Bloodhound’s titular event.

So, stay patient! Respawn has promised plenty more to come, and they’re sure to deliver ⁠— as more details on the next four Apex Legends seasons are revealed, you can be sure we’ll have all the info right here at Dexerto.

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Apex Legends Black Friday 2020: Airship Assassin skin, Legendary Hunt

Published: 24/Nov/2020 20:18

by Bill Cooney


Some of the rarest skins in Apex Legends are making a return for the annual Black Friday sale, including Wraith’s famous Airship Assassin skin, cosmetics returning from Legendary Hunt bundles, and more.

It was heavily speculated in the runup to Thanksgiving week that Wraith’s fan-favorite skin would be returning for the second year in a row, and the shop update on November 24 confirmed those leaks and rumors.

Wraith isn’t the only hero getting some of her old skins up for sale again though, Octane’s highly sought-after Jester look will also be back, along with several from the Legendary Hunt themed event all the way back from Season 1.

Wraith Airship Assassin skin pictured in Olympus with 'November 24' in writing beside it
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The long-awaited skin is finally returning, Respawn has confirmed.

For those who don’t know, Wraith’s Airship Assassin skin is a recolor of the pink Void Specialist skin, so you’ll need to unlock both of them in order to rock it.

In addition to the legends and weapon cosmetics, there are deals offering three, 25, or 50 Apex Packs, and a bobblehead weapon charm available during the sale, which goes from Nov. 24 to December 1.

Let’s take a look at all of the bundles available during the sale, what’s included in them, and how much each one will set you back if you’re interested.

Legend Skins

  • Void Specialist Wraith – 900 Apex Coins (Required for Airship Assassin)
  • Airship Assassin Wraith – 6,500 Legend Tokens

Jester Bundle

Octane Jester skin
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This Jester skin for Octane is certainly one of the more disturbing cosmetics in Apex.
  • Cost: 2,500 Apex Coins
  • Laughing Fool Octane Skin
  • Harlequin VK-47 Flatline Weapon Skin

Legendary Hunt Bundle

Legendary Hunt Apex skins
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These Legendary Hunt skins will be available in the Black Friday bundle.
  • Cost: 6,000 Apex Coins

Hero Skins

  • Voices From the Past Wraith
  • Outland Warrior Bangalore
  • Tiger Blood Caustic
  • Pain Killer Lifeline
  • Snake Charmer Mirage
  • Hot Pursuit Octane
  • Sunfire Initiate Pathfinder

Weapon Skins

  • Goldmine Gremlin VK-47 Flatline
  • Bone Saw M600 Spitfire
  • Trophy Collector R-301

Apex Pack Bundles

Bobblehead Bloodhound Charm Apex Legends
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Bloodhound’s adorable bobblehead charm is available in the 3 Apex Pack bundle.

Legendary Pack Bundle

  • Cost: 1,500 Apex Coins
  • Bloodhound Bobblehead Weapon Charm
  • 3 Legendary Apex Packs

25 Pack Bundle

  • Cost: 2,000 Apex Coins
  • Bobblehead Octane Weapon Charm
  • 25 Rare Apex Packs

50 Pack Bundle

  • Cost: 4,000 Apex Coins
  • Bobblehead Revenant Weapon Charm
  • 1 Legendary Apex Pack
  • 49 Rare Apex Packs

There you have it, the full rundown of every single bundle and all the items available in the Apex store during the Annual Black Friday sale. Which even though they call it that, you’ll still need some serious Apex Coins if you haven’t been saving up.

Like we mentioned, these cosmetics and packs will only be available for one week until December 1, so don’t wait until the last minute if there’s something you know you want. As always, stay tuned in on Twitter @TitanfallBlog for all the latest Apex news, leaks, and info.