The start of Apex Legends' first season saw the introduction of a new character, Octane—and one more character will arrive before the season is over, according to Sony's website. Sony's Apex Legends PS4 page says that "two new characters will launch over the course of the season", one of which is Octane. One new weapon will also arrive during the season and launch with a "full set of cosmetics to unlock", Sony said. The season is set to last around 12 weeks.
Yet, the next installment of content during Wild Frontier, which is set to run until around June 5, may have already been hinted at on a number of official PlayStation websites - one from the United States and another from Hungary. A description on the Hungarian PlayStation store website reads: “Two new legends will be introduced during the season, using the new weapon sets you can access as the season progresses. Plus, with every new Legend and weapon, you can get a whole new set of accessories.”
"Two new characters will launch over the course of the season but in the meantime, look out for a new weapon set to launch as the season progresses," says the game description on the Sony PS Store, before adding two new items will also be introduced, adding "something new and innovative to the strategic mix". Understandably, Respawn's not giving away much, so it remains unclear if we can always expect two Legends with each pass. Best and Cheapest Apex Legends Coins For Sale - Mmocs.com.
So who is this second Legend? While dataminers had previously dug up ten potential new characters coming to Apex Legends, if we had to put money down, the most likely to make an appearance this season is Wattson – who, like Octane, has had the most detail leaked about her so far. We even potentially know one of her abilities – a Tesla Trap, which goes with the character’s electricity-based theme.
For some, the new Battle Pass isn’t worth it. It’s a grind to get through levels, approximately 100 hours to be exact, and the rewards aren’t always worth it. Although most aren’t ecstatic about the release of the long-awaited Battle Pass, adding new legends to Apex is a failsafe way for Respawn to keep the masses satisfied. Following the release of Octane, it appears players will get one more legend before the end of season one.
EA surprised many with the sudden announcement of Apex Legends, a new free-to-play battle royale shooter that sees the publisher going toe-to-toe with genre mammoths PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite Battle Royale. Developed by Respawn Entertainment and set in the Titanfall universe, Apex Legends is a squad-based battle royale shooter where teams of three go up against 57 other players to try to gather loot and be the last person (or squad) standing.