After Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, EA and Respawn jump for Apex Legends to talk about the end of season 1 and the start of season 2. Until June 18, we can participate in the Legendary Hunt event, which offers the possibility to participate in an elite pairing queue when we finish a game in the top 5 and get special skins for weapons and characters while completing challenges. On the other hand, Respawn claims to have taken of the disappointment of fans with the battle pass of season 1 ahead of season 2. The latter is called Battle Charge and starts on July 2. It includes a new weapon called L-Star, which will be familiar to Titanfall players, as well as a new playable character, balance adjustments and a competitive mode.
Of course, the pass will give you access to several spectacular costumes, like Prince of Darkness by Caustic. Octane will receive similar treatment, along with a pair of weapons. From a playable perspective, it will allow us to accumulate the daily challenges that we do not get in order to catch up even after a while without playing.
As had been anticipated until now, the last legend to join the template is Wattson, an extremely capable and intelligent girl with the ability to control electricity. You can place up to dozen nodes that are connected to each other by electric fences. These are automatically deactivated to allow the allies to pass, but they block the passage of the enemies. When you use your ultimate ability, place a support turret that protects our allies from enemy grenades and missiles. It also recharges our shields and reduces the refresh time of Wattson fences, so you can build real strengths very quickly.
Natalie “Wattson” Paquette made the Apex Arena’s Ring a reality. Now,
she's joining the Games to put her shocking skills to use.
— Apex Legends (@PlayApex) June 8, 2019