We’re used to the way that Apex Legends pushes its content out by now. We know how it goes – every season we’ll get a new feature, a fresh look for a map (or even a new one entirely), and a new legend that will exemplify everything about what’s to come in the season. It’s a typical way to do things, but it’s clearly working – the game’s numbers have never been better, and has graduated from a bold idea to one of the biggest players in the battle royale space by pushing boundaries and simply by being one of the most fun free-to-play titles on the market.
But something has changed. An impossibly huge leak has surfaced, and it has revealed potentially many seasons’ worth of content.
Apex Legends Leak Is The Biggest The Game Has Ever Had
A brand new leak for Apex Legends has appeared online, and it has come in multiple parts. This is because it’s potentially the biggest leak that the game has ever seen, revealing a wealth of new characters, heirlooms, maps, and changes, setting the Apex community ablaze with speculation and fervour.
The leaks have revealed a huge sum of playable legends including one named Newcastle, a character that is speculated to be the next legend to come to the game due to the progress of his player model. The other models are unfinished and based on other in-game characters, so it’s a claim that makes sense.
The multiple videos, shared into the ApexUncovered subreddit, show off character abilities that are fully rendered and prepared, so this seems incredibly legit – but that’s not all.
Apex Legends Leak Reveals New Weapons
A wealth of new weapons have also been revealed as part of the leaks; revealing the Nemesis, Scorpion, Maelstrom, Fanatic, and Gemini weapons. They’re still early builds, but there’s clearly a lot of content planned for Apex Legends that is sure to keep players engaged for years to come.
This is huge news for fans but will be a nightmare for Respawn Entertainment who like to keep players second-guessing what is arriving in the game. With the game well into its fourth year, it really does look like the story is just beginning for Apex and with a mobile version nearing its full release, there is yet more to come.