The first-ever season of Apex Legends is coming closer to an end. Even though the Battle Pass and the lack of updates were disappointing for many, many of its players are ready to give the game another chance since it is still relatively new only passing over a hundred days. The Battle Pass for the Season One didn’t meet the expectations but Respawn Entertainment already made a promise to fix the upcoming Battle Pass for Season 2 with more meaningful content and a few new additions to the game such as a new Legend, a new weapon, and hinted on a new map by stating
For Season 2 you can expect a Battle Pass with more meaningful content, the introduction of a new Legend, the debut of a new weapon . . . and you didn’t expect King’s Canyon to stay the same forever, did you?
We will know more about how Season 2 is going to shape out and therefore the Battle Pass around it if EA speaks out about the Season 2 Battle Pass during E3 2019 press conference according to EA’s earnings call. The debut of Season 2 will be shown off in the E3 2019 so we have a high chance to see what’s the next big thing is going to be in the game. Respawn has made many promises not just involving the Battle Pass but the existing bugs, performance issues, and audio issues. From this point of view, we can safely say that Apex Legends Season 2 is going to be something big and something that we’ve never seen in any other battle royale title before.
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