Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence didn’t bring any big changes to Ranked Play, with the focus on Ranked Arenas instead. But, like previous seasons, there is still a mid-season split, with a change of maps too.
Apex’s Ranked Leagues allows trios to drop into matches against players who will closely match their skill level, and put their own skills to the test – to be rewarded at the end of the season.
Players have to work their way up the Ranked ladder, with the ultimate goal of reaching Apex Predator (the top 750 players). The higher a player’s rank, the better their rewards will be.
As has been the case since Season 4, the Ranked Leagues will be split into two across the course of Season 10, with ranks resetting at the start of the second split.
Ranked rewards are then calculated based on the highest rank players achieve across the two splits.
When is Ranked Split 2 in Season 10?
Ranked Split 2 started on September 28, following Split 1’s delayed end.
Season 10 Ranked has changed maps with the mid-season split, now moving to Kings Canyon. The first Ranked split of Season 10 was due to end on September 21, but was extended as a result of the server issues in the Evolution Collection Event update.
Despite improvements today, we're still seeing roughly three times the normal rate of disconnect errors in @PlayApex, and a full return to normal may take until our next planned patch on Sept 22.
We'll extend the current ranked split by one week—that update will go live Monday.
— Respawn (@Respawn) September 17, 2021
Then, on September 28, Ranked Split 2 will begin.
What map is Ranked Split 2 in Season 10?
On September 28, players’ ranks were reset and the map changed from World’s Edge to Kings Canyon.
The Second Split is now going to be 1 week shorter, because of the delayed end of Split 1. Season 10 Ranked Split 2 will end on November 2.
There is no Olympus in Season 10 Ranked.
At the end of Season 10, your highest rank throughout the Season, across both splits, will be the rank you receive rewards for.