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Apex Legends: How to claim new Twitch Prime loot for Season 2 – Wattson skin

Published: 2/Jul/2019 9:20 Updated: 2/Jul/2019 9:55

by Calum Patterson

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To kick off Season 2 of Apex Legends in style, Respawn are teaming up with Twitch once again to give away some free Prime loot, including an exclusive Wattson skin – here’s how to get it for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Shortly after Apex Legends first released in February, the first ever Twitch Prime loot drop came with an exclusive Pathfinder skin, and fans were clamouring to get their hands on it.

However, the process for claiming this Twitch Prime loot can be slightly tricky – especially if you are playing on PC – as you need to link up your Amazon, Twitch and PSN/Xbox Live/Origin/EA account, so there’s a few steps that need completed.

Respawn EntertainmentThe exclusive “Stellar Stallion” L-Star skin for Twitch Prime members.

Respawn will be hoping that Season 2 can also give Apex Legends a bit of a resurgence on Twitch itself, as after a strong start, the viewership for the game has dropped, likely due to the declining number of streamers playing it.

Apex Legends Season 2 Twitch Prime content

Dropping on July 3, a day after the launch of Season 2, Twitch Prime members will be able to get their hands on an exclusive skin for the new Legend Wattson, and an exclusive skin for the new L-Star weapon.

During the Twitch Rivals stream on July 1, it was revealed that there will be four in-game content drops over a three month period, so there is more to look forward to.

Respawn EntertainmentThe exclusive “Sweet Dreams” Wattson skin for Twitch Prime members.

How to claim Apex Legends Twitch Prime content

  1. Sign into Twitch
  2. Link your Amazon Prime account to Twitch
  3. Link your Twitch account to EA / PSN / Xbox Live
  4. Claim Apex Legends loot on Twitch

If you are an Amazon Prime member, you will need to link your Amazon account to Twitch here

Once done, you’ll then need to link your Twitch account to whatever platform you play Apex Legends on – you can use this link to connect your EA account with Origin/PSN/Xbox Live.

If you’ve already linked your account, your rewards will be there when you sign in!

You will also receive a notification on the top bar of the Twitch website (on desktop), where you can find all Twitch Prime loot.

Twitch Prime content is available to claim on the desktop version of Twitch.
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This content pack is available on July 3, and will be available for around a month – judging by how long the previous Twitch Prime content for Apex Legends was available.

With the previous Twitch Prime pack, players were also given five Apex Packs, but it’s unclear currently if this new Season 2 drop will also come with packs.

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What is code:truck error in Apex Legends & how to fix it? Latest from EA

Published: 2/Dec/2020 1:06

by Tanner Pierce

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After Apex Legends received its Holo-Day Bash update, many fans are reporting a brand new code:truck error that’s preventing them from entering the game. Here’s what you need to know about the odd server issue that everyone seems to be getting.

Earlier today, the Holo-Day Bash update went live for Apex Legends, which added in a slew of new content, including some skins and a brand new LTM.

Unbeknownst to players, it seems to have added something else to the game that’s causing a lot of people headaches as they try to log-in.

The Apex community is now reporting a new error code:truck when they attempt to log-in, which is causing some major issues and seems to be caused by the Holo-Day Bash update, although this part is a bit unclear. Here’s what you need to know about the error and if there’s anything that can be done to solve it.

What is the code:truck error in Apex Legends

According to the error messages seen by players, either the game itself or the player is “out of sync with the server.” What that actually means is anyone’s guess.

What we do know about code:truck is that it’s preventing people from logging into the game. It’s affecting a large number of people on all platforms, although the exact extent of this is unclear as of the time of this writing.

Hopefully more information will be available soon.

What can be done to fix the code:truck error?

Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be a surefire fix for the error. As of 7:10 EST on December 1, 2020, Electronic Arts and Respawn haven’t released a fix for the bug. That being said, they did comment on the error, saying they are looking into the problem.

Beyond that, however, we have no update as to what’s causing this error for some players, how extensive is the problem, and, most importantly, what the fix is for it.

Over on Reddit, some players are reporting on a few different fixes but none of the them are confirmed. One player reported that they were able to workaround the issue by changing the date and time on their PS4 and few others confirmed its success.

Hopefully a fix becomes available in the near future to avoid it spreading to other people, which would result in the amount of players logging into Apex Legends to plummet.