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Apex Legends Season 4 Is Here With Assimilation

Apex Legends Season 4: Assimilation is live, replacing the just-finished Season 3 of the battle royale shooter by Respawn Entertainment. The newest update features a reworked version of Season 3’s map, World’s Edge. A gigantic machine called The Planet Harvester pierces the map, adding new life to the whole aesthetic of World’s Edge. There’s also a new battle pass for Season 4 which you can purchase for 950 Apex Coins. There are plenty of skins and other unlockables to earn if you decide to purchase the pass.

There’s also been a reworking of sniper weapons; they now are their own class, with their blue ammo packs to differentiate them from other weapons. A new Sentinel Rifle has joined the weapon roster along with the L-Star, which you can now find outside of special drops as an energy weapon.

Apex Legends Season 4

Revenant Joins Apex Legends Season 4

 

In addition to the map reworking, a new legend has been added to the Apex Legends’ roster: Revenant, who brings an ability-canceling skill along with other interesting abilities. You can purchase him (it?) through in-game currency, just like any of the other add-on legends.

The options are to either spend 750 Apex Coins or 12,000 Legend Tokens, so you’re going to have to spend some real money if you don’t have either stocked up.  You can look forward to our short guide for Revenant in the coming days. In the meantime, you can check out our quick guide to playing Crypto, who was added last year.

Apex Legends Season 4

Are you going to be playing the new Apex Legends season or maybe going a step further and picking up the new battle pass? Or are you already tired of the arena shooter at this point? Let us know in the comments and keep it locked to Sick Critic for more Apex Legends news! Check out the launch trailer for Apex Legends Season 4 below to catch up on Revenant’s backstory.

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