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Apex Legends Season 5 start date delayed

Published: 24/Apr/2020 19:57 Updated: 24/Apr/2020 20:29

by Albert Petrosyan


Respawn Entertainment have pushed back the end date of Apex Legends Season 4 by a week, which means that Season 5 will kick off later than initially announced.

The shift between seasons is always one of the more hyped up periods in the Apex Legends community, as players’ anticipation grows for what lays in store for them in the next chapter.

This is usually when developers Respawn Entertainment start dropping teasers for the new season – cryptic hints that offer clues about what’s coming next.Respawn Entertainment

The end of Season 4 has been pushed back a week in Apex Legends.

However, as far as Season 5 is concerned, players are going to have to wait just a bit longer, as Respawn announced on April 24 that they had pushed back its starting date by a week. Initially set to end on May 5, Season 4 will now be wrapping up on Tuesday, May 12, which is when Season 5 will be kicking off.

This decision was meant not only to accommodate for the upcoming Battle Armor Event, which will start on April 28 and end on May 12, but also to give players a chance to take care of some last-minute Season 4 business.

“We’re also extending Season 4 by one week, giving those who want to grind out their Battle Pass or try and hit that next level of Ranked a little more time to do so before Season 5 kicks off on May 12,” announced Jason McCord, Design Director for Apex Legends.

Respawn EntertainmentThe upcoming Battle Armor Event will be the final LTM in Apex Legends before Season 4 ends.

What’s coming in Apex Legends Season 5?

At the start of every new season, Respawn have always rolled out a plethora of new content for Apex Legends players to enjoy, and Season 5 should be no different.

We will see a brand new Legend introduced into the fold, which most people believe will be Loba, as well as a new weapon – most likely either the Volt or CAR SMGs from Respawn’s Titanfall series.

As for the map, it’s hard to see the developers add a third one into the mix, so we’ll probably just see major changes made to World’s Edge, just like they did at the start of Season 4.

Respawn EntertainmentLoba is expected to be the next new Legends introduced in Apex Legends Season 5.

As always, there will be a massive update that accompanies the launch of the new season – one which will implement balancing changes to several characters and guns.

One of those will be Mirage, one of the lesser-used Legends due to his not-so-stellar set of abilities. Respawn have confirmed that a rework is on the way, the details of which have already been leaked.

As always, we will continue to bring you the latest info as more details become available. In the meantime, for more information about the next chapter and what it will feature, make sure to check out our Season 5 info hub here.

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Apex Legends is adding a no-guns LTM in Season 7: Olympus Preview

Published: 30/Oct/2020 18:52 Updated: 30/Oct/2020 21:23

by Tanner Pierce


If you saw the new Apex Legends map called Olympus and thought to yourself “I’d like to explore that without having to deal with annoying enemies”, then Respawn Entertainment has the perfect solution: a no-weapon LTM called Olympus Preview.

With the start of Season 7, Respawn Entertainment is adding a brand new map to Apex Legends called Olympus. After being rumored for quite a while now, the developers finally confirmed the news during the Season 7 trailer, and gave fans an even deeper dive into the map during the gameplay reveal.

While that’s all well and good, being forced to jump into a map that you don’t know and immediately fight other players trying to experience the same thing is always a bit annoying in battle royale games. Luckily, the developers seem to have a solution, and it’s a cool concept.

New Olympus Preview LTM

With the start of Season 7, Respawn will be including a new limited-time mode called Olympus Preview, which will allow players to explore and experience everything the new map has to offer without having to deal with other opponents that immediately try to kill you.

The new 30-player mode will give fans an opportunity to jump into the map and test it out to their heart’s content. They’ll even be able to test the circles.

When a new map gets added to a battle royale game, not just Apex Legends, a lot of players just want a few matches to explore and experience it before having to fight others, so this helps solve that problem.

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Soon players will be able to jump into the new Apex map thanks to a weapon-free mode called Olympus Preview.

It also helps fans familiarize themselves with it so that they aren’t jumping in completely blind. The first Ranked split will be on Olympus too, so if you’re a competitive player, this new LTM comes highly recommended.

It’ll be interesting to see Apex continues this trend as time goes on. Obviously, that would require them to keep adding new maps but, nevertheless, it’s a fun concept to say the least.