If you don't plan on paying for the season one Battle Pass, though, but still want to get involved, don't worry-Respawn has you covered.
Not interested in the Battle Pass at all? It'll cost players 950 Apex Coins - the nearest real money equivalent is £7.99, which buys you 1,000 of the in-game currency. Aside from new LegendOctane, developer Respawn Entertainment hasn't revealed Season 1's free content yet, but they have outlined how the game's first Battle Pass will work.
Apex Legends has numerous cosmetics for weapons that will give your weapon a special look to set it apart from other players. However, you don't have to buy the battle pass right away to avoid missing out on rewards.
"You'll receive all the rewards up to your Battle Pass level (which is your current level for the season) retroactively!"
Season 1 of Apex Legends, entitled Wild Frontier, will finally go live tomorrow for all platforms at 10:00am PST/1:00pm EST. There will also be a new Legend joining the game on Tuesday and, although it hasn't been officially announced, this new legend is expected to be Octane, a thrill seeker equipped with jump pads to help him navigate around the map.
Even if you don't buy in, you'll still be able to play like normal, and you'll get a skin, five Apex Packs, and 18 Wild Frontier Stat Trackers just for participating. The pass contains over 100 different items, the announcement said, and everything that's earned during the season can be kept by players before the next season begins.
If you buy the Battle Pass Bundle, you'll get the rewards for 25 levels in addition to the levels you've already reached.
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