The reveal event will be taking place at this year’s EA Play – an annual gaming convention held by EA during which new games and content get revealed to the world.
Below, you can find the full details on this Apex event, including the reveal schedule, the livestream itself, and what to expect from the presentation.
When does the Apex Legends reveal go live?
According to the official EA Play schedule, the reveal stream for new content in Apex Legends will go live at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET / 6 PM BST on Saturday, June 8.
The broadcast will be hosted by Alex ‘Goldenboy’ Mendez, and is expected to air for more or less around 30 minutes.
T-two days until we go live from EA Play!
— Apex Legends (@PlayApex) June 6, 2019
How to watch Apex Legends reveal stream
The stream will be broadcast on the official Apex Legends YouTube channel, which we’ve included below for your convenience.
What to expect
While there hasn’t been anything officially announced about what will be talked about in this stream, there is overwhelming speculation that the highly-anticipated Season 2 will be revealed for the first time.
Respawn are expected to discuss details about the new Battle Pass, which many fans are interested in since the first season’s pass was widely considered to be lackluster and disappointing.
There is also a very good chance that the next new Legend will be officially unveiled. Respawn have already confirmed that each new season will introduce a brand new playable character into the game.
While details about this new Legend remain unconfirmed, leaks point it to being named Wattson, whose abilities focus around the manipulation of electricity.
Respawn seemed to have already confirmed this theory, as their recently published first-ever teaser for the character shows it shooting electricity between their fingers.
Season 2 in Apex Legends has been confirmed to be releasing prior to the end of June, making EA Play the perfect time to discuss details about the new season for the first time.
The event will also hold reveal streams for several other major EA titles, such as Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Battlefield V, FIFA 20, Madden 20, and Sims 4.