Apex Legends

New Apex Legends Octane Edition: skins, items, price, how to get

by Albert Petrosyan

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Respawn Entertainment have released Apex Legends Octane Edition, the third special edition version of their popular battle royale, which includes some awesome-looking cosmetic items and rewards.

One of the most important aspects of Apex Legends is that it has always been free to play. However, for the old school collectors out there who prefer hard copies of games, Respawn released a Bloodhound and Lifeline version.

On February 18, they launched Octane Edition, centered around the Legend that was first introduced back in Season 1. Update: There is no hard copy of the Octane Edition, but it will be available at retailers, as a digital download.

Respawn Entertainment
Respawn Entertainment
The Apex Legends Octane Edition includes five items in total - four cosmetics and 1,000 Apex Coins.

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"You're either predator or prey," the description reads. "Death comes at you fast in the Arena. Since your teeth into the Octane Edition, packed full of juicy collectibles to keep you looking energized and more venomous than your competition."

What's in the Apex Legends Octane Edition?

This version of the game features five items in total, including four cosmetics and 1,000 Apex Coins.

  • Legendary Arachnoid Rush Octane skin
  • Legendary Arachnoid Charge Rifle skin
  • Exclusive Violet Widow Gun Charm
  • Exclusive Venomous Badge
  • 1,000 Apex Coins

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How much is the Apex Legends Octane Edition?

This bundled version of the game is available for $19.99 on the Microsoft Store (Xbox One), PlayStation Store (PS4), and Origin store (PC).

What other Apex Legends special editions are there?

This is the third special version of Apex Legends, following the Bloodhound and Lifeline Editions that were released back in September. Like the Octane version, both of those versions also included five items in total - four cosmetics and 1,000 Apex Coins - each costing the same price of $19.99.

Respawn Entertainment
Respawn Entertainment
Released in September, the Bloodhound and Lifeline Editions were the first two Apex Legends special edition bundles sold.

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Needless to say, because the cosmetic items in these bundles sit behind a paywall, there's probably not going to be too many players who can show them off in-game.

For those are into having exclusive skins and camos, it's probably worth dropping 20 bucks on one or more of these bundles, especially since you get a nice amount of Apex Coins to spend on other stuff.