Developers Respawn Entertainment have released another teaser for the second season of Apex Legends, giving players a hint at what they can expect.
With the highly anticipated Season 2 of Apex Legends fast approaching, players are getting more and more excited about the flurry of new content and changes coming to the game.
Despite a lot of information about the new season having already been announced by Respawn, there is still much that's been left unclear, giving the developers at least some things to tease and drop hints about.
The latest teaser came on June 25, in the form of a tweet that contained some sort of 'Service Report' for the Repulsor Tower location on the map.
The teaser identifies an issue with the location, stating that there are "wildlife intrusions into arena. Standard wear and tear."
📁 SERVICE REQUESTS— Apex Legends (@PlayApex) June 25, 2019
> 📁 REPULSOR TOWER
>> 📄 COMPLETE pic.twitter.com/WPSIkErW2F
Around the same time that this teaser was tweeted out, the Repulsor Tower was turned on in-game, with its numerous wings starting to rotate at various speeds.
This is yet another hint that something big is likely set to go down at the location, although players will have to probably wait until the launch of Season 2 to see exactly what that is.
Of course, in some ways, these teasers and hints raise just as many questions as they answer, with players wondering what exactly Respawn have in store for the start of the next season.
There are some definite parallels that exist between these teasers and leaks that have surfaced over the past few weeks, which also point to the Repulsor Tower being involved in some sort of in-game event.
According to game files dug up by data-miners and Apex enthusiasts, the Repulsor Tower will be 'hacked' at the end of Season 1, causing it to let a lot of water and creatures into King's Canyon, leading to significant changes to the map.
These files suggest that a yet-to-be-announced Legend named Crypto will be doing the hacking with his powerful laptop, leading many to believe that he could also make his debut in Season 2, alongside the already-confirmed Wattson.
Season 2 of Apex Legends is expected to launch on July 2, 2019, and will include a brand new battle pass, the newest Legend Wattson, the long-awaited L-STAR weapon, and much more.
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