Apex Legends Season 4 is closely approaching and the developers at Respawn Entertainment have been mostly tight-lipped until today. While a few key features may have slipped through the cracks already, a full unveiling is set to reveal a plethora of information regarding the upcoming content drop.
Announced on January 22, a brand new ‘devstream’ will reflect on the first year of Apex Legends and give an exclusive look at what’s to come throughout 2020.
Apex Legends stream
Airing live on YouTube, the Season 4 Apex Legends devstream is set to kick off at 10AM PST on January 23.
The broadcast will be live on the official Apex Legends YouTube channel and mark the third developer stream overall since its inception in October of 2019.
The full devstream episode is available below:
What to expect
While in-game teases have already made their mark, and various aspects of the new content drop have seemingly leaked early, there’s no telling exactly what the developers will focus on throughout the reveal stream.
January 21 introduced the very first tease as what appears to be a ship, can be seen floating in the sky. Players have been debating whether this could mean the end of World’s Edge and the start of a new map, or if it might be a new Legend making their presence known before dropping into the game in Season 4.
Potential leaks have indicated a wide array of fresh content that could be made available with the upcoming season. From private lobbies to evolving armor and even datamined looks at an upcoming Legend in Forge, there are plenty of topics for the developers to cover throughout the reveal stream.
This is Forge btw, his medallion is a charm now .. this graphic was added to the game files today, interesting… VERY INTERDASTING pic.twitter.com/5QIzEjRWbP
— iLootGames (@iLootGames) January 14, 2020
When does Season 4 start?
While the upcoming broadcast is likely to lock in an exact time that the update will go live, we already know that Season 4 is set to begin on February 4.
With plenty of new content supposedly on the way, the update could be quite significant in size, similar to the Season 2 and Season 3 updates which weighed in at 20GB and 7.7GB respectively on console.