Watch the spooky origin story for ‘Apex Legends’ new character, Seer

There’s a scary new trailer for the sequel Apex Legends character, director Love, Death and Robots’ Robert Valley.

Before revealing the new launch trailer that appeared at EA Live stream (July 22), Apex Legends released a two-minute trailer to give fans what to expect from Season 10 of the free-to-play battle royale. Watch Stories from the Outlands – Metamorphosis below.

The update won’t roll out until August 3, but some details have already been confirmed. There will be a new legend (Seer) and a new weapon (Rampage LMG, which has “a surprising source of firepower”) participating New game mode previously reported (Ranked arenas).

It’s also been announced that there will be major changes to the World’s Edge map, with more details on that coming soon.

The origin story of the new legend Seer can be seen in the trailer above. In the video, a woman bearing the mark of a moth gives birth to a cursed child whose eyes can “turn mountains to dust, kings to beggars, and oceans to deserts.” Everything he touches will be changed.”

According to EA, “With microdrones and an artist’s eye, Seer spots opportunities that other Legends might miss and seizes them in the most beautiful way he can.”

Last month, Apex Legends‘Developers Respawn Entertainment took to Twitter to tell fans what it would be like Stop cheaters with a three-point program. “Playing with cheaters sucks,” they added. “We will update you as we submit the changes above and pursue new changes.”

In other news, Ice skates the group teased”a little something“Before EA Play Live, but confirmed that they will not be showing at the event. “It is still early days and we are committed to getting this right, which means it will take some time. Our number one goal is not to blow it up.” | Watch the spooky origin story for ‘Apex Legends’ new character, Seer


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