Apex Legends: How To Get Lifeline Heirloom During Fight Or Fright Halloween Event

It's the cheapest heirloom so far, but it's still pretty pricey.

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Update: Apex Legends has launched its Halloween event Fight or Fright. It brings with it a new game mode called Shadowfall and a bunch of unlockable cosmetics. The event runs through November 5. For a look at what's new, check out our roundup of the game's many Halloween-themed skins and unlockables.

To obtain Lifeline's Heirloom, you'll need to unlock all of the Apex Pack rewards tied to the update. We've also finally gotten a peek at what it looks like; you can see the Shock Sticks heirloom below.

Lifeline's Shock Sticks Heirloom
Lifeline's Shock Sticks Heirloom

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Apex Legends' Lifeline is getting her heirloom--a special legendary item that provides a unique melee animation--next, making her the third Legend to do so. According to dataminers, her heirloom is a pair of taser drumsticks, which fits given her execution and banner animations. However, Respawn has not yet revealed what the heirloom looks like, only how you can earn it.

In comparison to the first two heirlooms, Lifeline's is probably the easiest to acquire. It's still expensive though. Like previous heirlooms, you can just randomly get it from Apex Packs. However, during Apex Legends' upcoming limited-time Halloween-themed event, Fight or Fright, you can earn the heirloom for free if you unlock all 24 event items--12 of which are epic and 12 of which are legendary.

There are three ways to unlock these items. The fastest is through direct purchase, but you can also craft each item or acquire them in the Fight or Fright's limited-time event Apex Packs. The direct purchase route is going to cost you, as will the crafting route if you haven't been hoarding the Crafting Metals you've earned from Apex Packs. We suggest using those routes if you only want a few, specific items from the event. If you're going for the heirloom, the less expensive path is through the event Apex Packs (as you're guaranteed one event item in each one with no duplicates), but that will still set you back 16,800 Apex Coins--about $160 USD.

The breakdown of how much each item costs is listed below.

Direct Purchase

  • Legendaries - 1,800 Apex Coins
  • Epics - 1,000 Apex Coins

Crafting

  • Legendaries - 2,400 Crafting Metals
  • Epics - 800 Crafting Metals

Event Apex Packs

  • 700 Apex Coins

As expensive as the Lifeline heirloom is, it's actually cheaper than Bloodhound's heirloom (which cost 18,900 Apex Coins during the Iron Crown event; about $180 USD) and costs significantly less than Wraith's heirloom (which never had an event associated to it and has always cost about $500 USD). Once Fight or Fright is over, Lifeline's heirloom will be added to the pool of normal Apex Packs, making the legendary item as rare as Wraith's.

This is not our way of saying, "Go out and buy Apex Packs." $160 is very expensive for a cosmetic item. We're just providing context. If you desperately want the Lifeline heirloom then, like the Bloodhound heirloom before it, it is more cost-effective to purchase the item during its corresponding event. Once Fight or Fright is over, you'll need to drop about half a grand or be very lucky.

Fight or Fright begins October 15 and continues through to November 5. From October 25-28, you'll earn double experience for placing in the top five or winning, making it easier to rank up in the battle pass to earn additional Apex Coins and Crafting Metals--both of which will help alleviate the overall cost of Lifeline's heirloom.

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