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How to get free Gilded Rose Revenant Twitch Prime skin in Apex Legends

Published: 7/Feb/2020 19:00

by Albert Petrosyan

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Following the recent launch of Apex Legends Season 4, Respawn Entertainment have released a special outfit skin for the new Revenant Legend, available for free only to those with an active Twitch Prime subscription.

The partnership between Apex Legends publishers EA and Twitch continues to roll on, as another exclusive cosmetic outfit skin has been released for Prime members to enjoy.

For the month of February, those with an active Prime subscription can get a free outfit skin called Gilded Rose for Revenant, the new character which was added as part of the Season 4 update earlier in February.

The skin, which is categorized as a Rare cosmetic, features Revenant adorned with a floral print down his arms and legs, roses and thorny stems across his chest, and bloody handprints on his shoulders and hips.

The outfit was made released on February 7 and will be available until March 19, giving players over a month’s time to get it.

How to claim Gilded Rose Revenant skin for free

In order to get this free Gilded Rose skin for Revenant, you must have an active Twitch Prime subscription. If you do not have one, you can find out how to sign up for a free trial in the following section of this page.

For those who do have Prime, you can add this outfit to your in-game inventory by completing the following steps:

  1. Visit the Apex Legends page on the Twitch Prime website.
  2. Log in with the credentials for your Twitch account that has an active Prime subscription.
  3. Click the CLAIM NOW button above the Gilded Rose Revenant skin.
  4. When prompted, click to link your EA account with your Twitch account.
  5. Once your accounts have been linked, the item will be claimed and added to your in-game inventory the next time you log into the game.
Twitch PrimeYou can claim you free Gilded Rose Revenant skin if you are subscribed to Twitch Prime.

How to get Twitch Prime for free

Since Twitch is owned by Amazon, anyone who has an Amazon Prime subscription automatically gets Twitch Prime. If you are subscribed to Amazon Prime, you can redeem this skin by following the steps outlined in the section above.

If you do not have it, you can still get the Gilded Rose outfit for free by signing up for a free 30-day trial. Visit the Apex Legends Twitch Prime page and click the TRY PRIME button located at the top right corner of your screen.

Twitch PrimeStart your free Amazon Prime trial to claim the Gilded Rose Revenant skin, as well as other in-game loot, exclusive perks on Twitch, and everything else the service has to offer.

This will not only allow you to get the free Revenant skin, it’ll also unlock all of the benefits of Amazon Prime, including all of the perks you get on Twitch.

Remember that if you do not wish to pay for this service, you must cancel it before the 30 days are up, otherwise, Amazon will charge you for the first month.

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Apex Legends stand by ban after LuLuLuvely reports “innocent” player

Published: 22/Oct/2020 21:39

by Alan Bernal

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Respawn Entertainment have said they stand by a ban ruling that caused controversy in the Apex Legends community, after NRG streamer ‘LuLuLuvely’ reported a player who protested their innocence on Reddit.

After a hacker mowed down a team of streamers including Lulu, the NRG content creator immediately filed a report to Respawn’s security team member Conor ‘Hideouts’ Ford to sort the situation.

According to LuLuLuvely, her claim included a clip that clearly shows the enemy Gibraltar blatantly hacking. However, the person playing Bloodhound alongside Gibby was also ousted.

The Bloodhound, who initially disputed the decision under their Reddit account ‘KongoBoom,’ slammed Respawn and Hideouts for how the process was carried out and reaffirmed their innocence. Their post was titled “Killing streamers got me banned.”

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The Bloodhound player in question claimed innocence, but Respawn’s investigation reaffirmed their ban.

“I’m season 6 / 3 predator with more than 30,000 kills you said I was cheating and in the video everything’s clear. The streamer gave my name mistakenly to the developer, in your email you said I was cheating without giving any proof,” they said.

This quickly set off the community. Accusations of a compromised system, favoritism to particular streamers, or lack of proper handling for bans were all brought up.

LuLu apologized to the player on Twitter, and said she would pass the thread along to get it attention. But, there was still anger about the supposed favoritism to address concerns of streamers, before regular players.

But after hours of community in-fighting and apparent “borderline death threats” toward LuLu, Respawn said they were standing by the decision.

“Regarding today’s Reddit thread from a banned Bloodhound (BH) player,” the studio wrote. “BH appeared to have multiple other banned accounts, BH has a history of attempting to evade bans, BH was partied with the cheating Gibraltar. We stand by the ban.”

Initially, KongoBoom expressed their frustration at the sequence of events. While the NRG streamer indicated that she had no intention of the Bloodhound being banned when making the report, the security team at Respawn have decided there was enough evidence to merit the verdict.

Following Respawn’s statement, LuLuLuvely said “Shame on those who sent borderline death threats to me because of a Reddit post from the guy claiming he was innocent.”

It should be noted that anyone can access the ‘Cheater Report’ Discord channel that’s handled by Hideouts, where people can directly submit clips and evidence of a hacker.

Uproar on this topic has devolved to speculation and accusations outside of Apex Legends and Respawn entirely, but the developers have now concluded this chapter of their long-standing battle against cheaters.