Apex Legends is giving away free Star Wars Skin

Joanna Estrada
December 8, 2019

Once players are ready to begin, they'll choose their drop point with the Jumpmaster system, giving each squad full control over exactly where they drop in.

A new and free skin in Apex Legends is live now, and it's for none other than everyone's favorite bot, Pathfinder.

The BP-1 skin is in celebration of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, another title by Apex developer Respawn Entertainment. Many suggest that, as a casual BR game, Apex Legends shouldn't feature SBMM.

The update was postponed but the game developer later released it on PC, where players are now able to check out the latest additions and changes, including the new rewards. The new progression system also changes the rate at which players level up to level 100, streamlining the new player experience. The most common way to obtain these new cosmetics is through Apex Packs, which are now dropping as you level up through your new player ranks. The net impact of this change is that the XP curve should be softer for new players, meaning they will get more rewards, faster through level 58.

The change makes sense as some players have already reached max level or are close.

Like mentioned above, the system will take the max level from 100 to 500.

Gun charms will also appear in the Rotating Shop for players who prefer direct purchase.

Here's a close-up look at the new skin, alongside the robot that inspired it. Right now, players can get their hands on a free skin for Pathfinder based on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order droid BD-1. You'll also be able to earn a number of free Apex packs, as the amount earned from 0-100 is increased alongside those you earn for continuing to progress in the game. Congratulations once again to the Jedi team here at Respawn, and may the Force be with you all!

Fans of Apex Legends can breathe easier now because the Peacekeeper has been nerfed further through a server patch pushed out today.

Apex Legends is available now on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

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