Season 1 of Apex Legends is finally here! Along with the new patch also comes the long-awaited Battle Pass. We’ll tell you everything you need to know about the Apex Legends Season 1 Battle Pass.
The first question most people will have is how much this will cost. To pick up a Battle Pass you have to spend a total of 950 Apex Coins, which equals $12.99 in dollars.
The Battle Pass comes with 100 levels each providing at least one reward. Players who reach level 110 will also receive two bonus legendary unlocks. The available rewards include the following:
Reddit user DarthSatoris did some calculations and determined the value of this Battle Pass to equal 7790 Apex Coins. We can’t vouch for the math that went into it, but if the real value is anywhere close to that, it should be a very worthwhile investment. If you elect not to purchase the pass, you can get 24 items for free just from leveling up. These are limited to the stat trackers and regular Apex Packs, as well as the last free unlock, which is the rare Octane skin.
Apex Legends players can progress through the levels of the pass by playing, surviving, and therefore gaining in-game experience. There is also bonus experience up for grabs for the first 25,000 experience you pick up with different Legends each and every week. This means if you want to progress through the tiers as quickly as possible, you should be trying to play different Legends as often as possible. This is true until you hit the 25,000 experience cap with each Legend in that particular week. You have a total of 90 days to complete the pass, and the countdown timer until the season ends is displayed on the Battle Pass page in your client.
Alternatively, you can spend 150 Apex Coins to purchase the next level of the Battle Pass.
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With over a decade of experience in the esports industry Dave is an industry jack of all trades. He has a special affinity for FPS, MOBA and Battle Royale titles with his favorites being Halo, Call of Duty, League of Legends, Fortnite and Apex Legends. When he isn’t writing, making content or watching esports you can find him playing games and hiding from the Canadian winter.