Apex Legends Champion Edition Includes All Characters, Launches Alongside Season 7
The Champion Edition is $40 and unlocks nine Apex Legends characters.
The Apex Legends Champion Edition is a great package for first-time players. It unlocks nine Legends for immediate use, like Mirage and Rampart, as well as the Season 7 hero--allowing you to use all 15 of Apex Legends' playable characters at the start of the new season. The Champion Edition also features seven Legendary skins for characters like Crypto and Wraith, plus 1,000 Apex coins for use in the in-game store.
An exact release date for Apex Legends: Champion Edition was not announced, though it is apparently scheduled to drop when Season 7 starts. Apex Legends Season 7 currently doesn't have a confirmed start date. However, previous seasons typically start after the last season's battle pass wraps up. If convention remains the same, Season 7 may start around November 10, when the Season 6 battle pass ends.
Check below for the Champion Edition's full contents:
Apex Legends: Champion Edition Contents
- 9 character unlocks (all Legends up to Season 7):
- Caustic, Mirage, Octane, Wattson, Crypto, Revenant, Loba, Rampart, and the Season 7 Legend
- 7 Exclusive Legendary items:
- "Risen Queen" Wraith skin.
- "Forged Knight" Revenant skin.
- "Hallowed Spirit" Crypto skin.
- "Curse of the Awaken" Triple Take skin.
- "Slayer’s Lancer" Flatline skin.
- "Jaded Myth" Sentinel skin.
- "Emperor Nessy XIV" Gun Charm.
- 1,000 Apex Coins
Season 6: Boosted started in August 2020 and introduced a ton of changes to the game and especially to the map World's Edge. It also added Rampart, a Gatling-gun touting hero who shares an apartment space with Mirage in the game's lore.
Apex Legends has received several updates since the start of Season 6, one of the most prominent being the addition of cross-play between all platforms. That update also made changes to Pathfinder and Wraith and kicked off the Aftermarket Collection Event. It also removed Wraith's Naruto run, much to the displeasure of fans--though developer Respawn Entertainment made the change for a good reason.
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