Season 18 of Apex Legends is coming to a conclusion, and the developers have already revealed some of the changes that the next season will bring to the free-to-play battle royale game.
All the information we have so far about the new Legend Conduit, the alterations to the Storm Point map, and more can be found in our early patch notes for Apex Legends Season 19.
Apex Legends Season 19 Release Date
The Season 19 update for Apex Legends is scheduled to go live on October 31, 2023, at about 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET / 5 PM GMT. The release date and the Ignite teaser for Season 19 were announced by developer Respawn.
Apex Legends Season 19 Legend: Conduit
Conduit, a young lady of Filipino heritage who rebuilt a Titan’s shattered suit into a formidable one, will join the ranks of the Legends in Apex Legends Season 19. She was protected as a child during the Frontier War by the same Titan that now wields the power to both create and destroy shields.
Storm Point Map Changes in Apex Legends Season 19
Massive improvements are coming to Storm Point in Apex Legends Season 19; the developers have detailed these changes in a new version of the map called Energized Storm Point.
There is a new skybox, and there are also new settlements and points of interest all across the area. Check out our comprehensive guide to the Storm Point map modifications in Apex Legends Season 19 for all the information you could possibly want, including every new point of interest.
Cross-progression Arrives in Apex Legends Season 19
The new season of Apex Legends also adds a feature that has been wanted for quite some time now: cross-progression. Players may combine their accounts from several platforms into a single “master account,” allowing them to take their progress and items with them to whatever platform they want.
Check out our tutorial on Apex Legends’s cross-progression if you’re curious about how it all works!
Apex Legends Season 19 Ranked Changes
Season 19 of Apex Legends will also include some changes to the game’s Ranked Leagues based on the developers’ observations from the previous season. To advance to the next tier of competition after reaching the top of a rank division, players will be required to perform Promotional Trials beginning with Season 19.
A player may need to win five consecutive matches, finish in the top 10, and achieve a particular kill total in order to go from Silver to Gold. You will be promoted to the next tier once you have finished the required tasks.
Failure to finish them will result in a minor setback and punishment. If you fail to complete a task at a higher level, you will fall to a lower level more quickly. This is done so that players have to put in more effort than merely playing more often to advance in rank.
In addition, ranking party limits have been removed, and bonuses and LP loss after provisional have been increased.
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Apex Legends Season 19 Early Patch Notes
Although the official Apex Legends Season 19 patch notes have not yet been posted, we have offered a preview of what players may look forward to in the next update.
- New Legend Conduit
- Legend and weapon changes
- New 110 Tier Battle Pass
- Storm Point map changes
- New map rotation: Storm Point, Broken Moon, Olympus
- Ranked changes
- Post Malone collab event
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