Apex Legends

Apex Legends Pathfinder skin concept is perfect opposite to War Machine

by David Purcell
Respawn Entertainment

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One Apex Legends player might well have given Respawn Entertainment some food for thought after revealing their unbelievable Pathfinder skin concept, which would make for a perfect addition to Season 4 in a future event. 

Just like other huge titles like Overwatch, League of Legends, and Fortnite, character cosmetics have been hugely popular since Apex first released in February 2019, with members of the community looking to collect as many as they can – particularly for the legends that are their mains.

Now, players who regularly jump into the Apex Games as Pathfinder will know the character has had many incredible skins already, including Omega Point, Quicksilver, and more. However, this concept may also be a perfect alternative to one of the character's other outfits, according to its creator.

Pathfinder War Machine
Respawn Entertainment
Legendary skins often completely change what the original character looks like – as seen here with Pathfinder's Iron Crown event style. 

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Some skins are brought out in sets, too, meaning that they have different styles and colors. One Reddit user, LennySpice, has identified War Machine as one that potentially could have an opposite number, and boy did they deliver with their very own concept design.

Posting to the Apex Legends subreddit on March 8, the user revealed that they had named their creation "Stealth Machine" and added: "Always thought there should be a skin opposite to War Machine so I made one."

One thing that they did admit, though, is that the skin concept isn't really as "goofy" as others that Pathfinder has, which is probably true. With that being said, it would be nice to see Respawn mix it up in a similar way.

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As seen in the image above, the robot character takes a completely different look, with an almost bug-like shell – similar to a Scizor for those who have watched Pokemon – but in jet black instead.

Just like many other astonishing fan creations, it's worth noting that it is very unlikely to ever seen them appear in-game. One thing that could happen, though, is that developers may release something similar in the future for fans to grab.

If you would like to check out the System Override inspired skins included in Apex Legends for a limited time – with the event finishing up on March 17 – read all about it here and see which featured in the trailer.