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New Apex Legends Season 2 Trailers Tease Big Map Changes and Another Legend
Apex Legends Season 2 begins in just a few days, on July 2, and we already know a pretty big amount of what's being stored. A new hero named Watson will debut in Season 2, which will also lead to balance changes, a reconsideration of the battle pass and a new gun. However, thanks to leakage, we now have a few more clues about what Season 2 will offer, and look at what looks like another brand new character. their launch expired before their apparent premiere on Thursday. It is indicative that there seems to be a look at a new hero – not yet revealed by Watson, and another fighter named Crypto. This character has been talking for a while and can be seen in the trails below.
Significant map changes are also on the way, it seems. Trailers show a number of new buildings and structures, as well as dangers in the form of monsters like pterodactyl, and a larger dinosaur called Leviathan. (The EA Play E3 broadcast on EA Play was annoying that some giant creature was coming up and flying dragon-flying aircraft was launched recently). a thriving area of wildlife and vegetation. Update: The first of these trailers, a movie that shows Wattson and annoys the upcoming map changes and Leviathan, is now officially released. The second trailer also made its official debut, and you can see that at the top of this post.]
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Apex has been criticized for not having introduced enough content, no doubt partly because of the fast pace of updates for Fortnite. However, Respawn said he did not plan to meet this rhythm but would be responsive to the feedback from the first Battle Pass. The second Battle Pass season will focus more on the challenges, like Fortnite's.
We have awarded Royale the Battle of Respawn for 9/10 in our Apex Legends review. Critic Phil Hornshew writes: "Apex Legends is a mix of intelligent shooter ideas that make a competitive, team-based game that gets the best parts of the battle while dealing with many of the weaknesses." Apex is more than a worthy addition to genre, this is an indication of where the battle of Royal should go in the future. "