Apex Legends Season 2 starts in a few days, July 2nd, and we already know a lot about what's coming. A new hero named Wattson will debut in season two, which will include some balance changes, a revised Battle Pass, and a new weapon. Thanks to a leak, we now have some clues as to what Season 2 has to offer, and we can take a look at another brand new character.
A few trailers who are supposed to exaggerate Season 2 have leaked before their apparent premiere on Thursday. Significantly, a new character seems to behold – not the previously revealed Wattson, but another fighter called Crypto. This hero has been rumored for some time and can be seen in the following trailers.
Apparently, significant changes to the map are in preparation. The trailers show a series of new buildings and structures as well as dangers in the form of pterodactyl-like monsters and a larger dinosaur called Leviathan. (Apex & # 39; s E3 show on EA Play showed that a giant creature appeared, and lately dragon-like leaflets have appeared in the game.) In addition, an EMP blast has apparently changed the previously barren wasteland area to a thriving area of Wildlife and vegetation. Update: The first of these trailers showing Wattson and teasing the upcoming map changes and Leviathan has now been officially released. The second trailer also has its official debut, and you can see that at the top of this post.]
Apex Legends Season 2 – Battle Charge Launch Trailer
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Apex has been criticized for not providing enough content, which is undoubtedly due to the fast update pace of its competitor Fortnite. However, Respawn said that he did not intend to maintain this cadence, but was receptive to the feedback he received from the game's first Battle Pass. Season Two's Battle Pass focuses more on challenges, much like Fortnite's.
In our Apex Legends review, we rated Respawn's Battle Royale game at 9/10. Critic Phil Hornshaw wrote, "Apex Legends is a mix of smart shooter ideas that lead to a competitive, team-based game that brings out the best parts of the Battle Royale while eliminating many of its weaknesses." Respawn's intense focus on team play makes it possible Apex is more than just a worthy addition to the genre, it's an indicator of where Battle Royale should lead in the future. "