Apex Legends Season 2 is called Battle Charge and it starts July 2. Season 2 includes Ranked Mode, New Weapon and a new legend. The new weapon is the L-Star light machine gun, which will be able to break down doors. The name of the new legend is Wattson and she will be a defensive character, able to place electrical fences down that can block enemies progress. The character’s lore is that she and her father actually have a deep history with the arena and its formation. The new weapon is the L-Star light machine gun and it will be able to break down doors. According to Respawn, this weapon is very powerful, so to balance it, the L-Star will only be available through care packages like The Kraber and Mastiff. The second season will also include a ranked mode, with skill-based matchmaking and ranked tiers which will consist of six tiers from Bronze to Apex Predator. The Season 2 battle pass will also include more content than the first season battle pass, including more skins and materials. You can watch Wattson Story Reveal Trailer E3 2019 Below.
The Frontier War is over. After hundreds of years of tensiion between the IMC (Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation) and the Militia founded to fight them, the far-off region of space known as the Frontier can finally know peace. But liberation can come at a cost: when the IMC and the Militia departed, they took everything of value and left the Frontier worlds in chaos. With no way to support themselves, the people of the Frontier had no choice but to leave their homes. The brave relocated to the Outlands. The Outlands are untouched by war and teeming with resources and opportunity. But life is cheap here and danger lurks around every corner. Its pioneers, explorers and outlaws used to spend their lives locked in an endless power struggle but now, they settle their differences in the Apex Games, a bloodsport where Legends from all corners of the Frontier compete for money, fame and glory.
Visually, Apex Legends comes in between the partially realism of PUBG and the cartoon theme of Fortnite. It offers good diversity in the environment and everything is crisp with colour and detail. Levelling up your character gives access to a vast range of weapon and outfit customisations – all cosmetic things are available through paid micro-transactions. The Legends you choose will add new wrinkles to the battle royale format and further place the focus on playing as a team. The eight options each have their own neat tactical, passive and chargeable ultimate abilities that can come in handy at times. With that said, because firepower is determined by the guns you find rather than the class you pick, they don’t feel as absolutely necessary as the class interplay of something like Overwatch.
In Apex Legends, the abilities feel more like perks than restrictive identities, so you can play as anybody you like and your team will likely be viable. This has encouraged players to try different characters without worrying much about team balance. Mostly, players will find the Legends to be a fun addition because of their voice acting and their style, all of which is upbeat. Fights aren’t always fast and aggressive, there are abilities that will slow them down and allow for retreats and regroups, offering a bit of breathing room before the next showdown. The game is free and you can play it on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Tips And Tricks :
Stay Close to Your Squad
Get Familiar with the Arena
Go for the Good Stuff, But Be Careful
Revive and Respawn Your Teammates
Use Smart Comms to Keep in Touch with Your Teammates
Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 Initial release date: February 4, 2019 Producer(s): Drew McCoy; Tina Sanchez Developer: Respawn Entertainment Composer: Stephen Barton Mode(s): Multiplayer