EA and Respawn have announced that Apex Legends" Season 1 Battle Pass: "Wild Frontier" will be rolling out tomorrow, bringing with it a whole bunch of new content, alongside the arrival of new character Octavio "Octane' Silva.
What do you think about the first Apex Legends Battle Pass? The battle pass will cost you 950 Apex Coins (roughly $9.50), though you can get the pass plus its first 25 levels if you're okay with splashing out 2,800 Coins. Buying the pass automatically gets you a trio of new skins, one for Lifeline, one for Wraith and one for Mirage, although they're all a little grim and drab for my liking. As for skins, it looks like Battle Pass holders will get 20 rare-level weapon skins, an epic skin for the Prowler at level 51, and a legendary skin for the Havoc at level 100. This also includes what might come in future iterations of the Battle Pass, and they wan fans to be part of the process. Purchasing the Battle Pass will earn you three Wild Frontier Legend skins, while a Legend skin, five Apex Packs, and 18 free stat trackers, as well as Octane will also be available to anyone who plays during Season 1.
As with other similar Battle Pass-fuelled games like Rocket League and Fortnite, the rewards available in this season are time-limited. Thankfully, the devs have provided their insights on how the Battle Pass will evolve well beyond Season 1.
When the curtain was dropped and the contents were revealed, however, some fans were disappointed with the contents of the Battle Pass. This gives you the Battle Pass and also unlocks your next 25 levels immediately.
During the season you will level up, whether you buy a pass or not, but you will only get the rewards for your level if you buy in. During the season you can earn tonnes of cosmetic drops, but if you don't manage to unlock the loot in the season then you'll miss your chance to nab said cosmetics.
We've added a Battle Pass progression bonus tied to playing a variety of characters, because we believe true mastery in Apex Legends means being a badass with anyone in any situation at any time.
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