The most significant update yet to EA and Respawn Entertainment’s wildly popular battle royale game, Apex Legends, has finally arrived on all systems. The Season 1 update is now live on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on March 19, bringing with it both a battle pass and the first new character since the game’s launch in early February.The most significant component of Season 1 is the release of a new playable character Legend, Octane. However, despite what you may have expected, Octane is not actually a part of the Battle Pass–he’s simply releasing alongside of it. You can purchase he and the Battle Pass individually, which is good news if you only care about one or the other. There’s plenty else to know about the new patch and Battle Pass, given that this is the very first one, so read on for a complete rundown on everything that’s new and how it all works.Patch NotesActually kicking off Season 1 is the new update that’s now available. Respawn has shared the full list of patch notes, which are more substantial than simply adding the battle pass and Octane. For starters, it introduces the previously promised hit box changes, which should make… Read full this story
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