The first season arrived yesterday but was pulled back immediately leaving everyone confused.
Recently, a series of Apex Legends datamines seemed to reveal a host of information about what's coming in the future. However, following the leaks, Respawn has warned fans to take them with a pinch of salt.
By putting a code in the launch settings of Apex Legends, right before launching the game, players will receive the Origin Access pack when the game begins. There's stuff in there that is very old, or things we've tried in the past and cut. This included no fewer than 10 different character models for possible upcoming Legends, and a new upcoming weapon. Thank you to everyone for staying patient through this and hang tight.
It's interesting to see the developer talking about data mining and referring to it as fun but they have nothing to worry about as things change a lot.
The HypeZone Apex Legends 24/7 Mixer streaming channel is a very unique way for the platform to help showcase the content creators that call it home who are playing one of the most popular titles in the video game industry now, and Mixer should be commended on its initiative to helping their content creators reach more viewers.
Interestingly, an image which has shown over the EA PC gaming store clearly depicts Octane as new legend coming with the pass. All of this occurred days before the rumored March 12th launch date of the battle pass, which allegedly costs 950 Apex Coins. However, EA didn't just wait and hope for people to notice that Apex Legends is out.