Apex Legends Season 15 Start Date, New Split Moon Map, and Everything We Know

Apex Legends Season 15 is fast approaching as the final month of Season 14 begins to close. Season 15 will likely be the final season of Apex Legends Year 4, which means that – if tradition is to hold – developer Respawn will be adding a new battle royale map in the upcoming season along with a playable legend. new, battle and story-driven Quests.

The potential of a fifth battle royale map raises some questions about how Respawn will handle future map rotation. As of now, only one battle royale map has left the Apex Legends map rotation in seasonal splits, leaving behind three maps in each rotation. If a fifth map is added, will the seasonal rotation be raised to four maps or will Apex Legends start having two maps that don’t rotate each split? We’ll have to wait and see.

In the meantime, we can at least talk about what we know about Season 15. Below, we cover everything we know about Apex Legends Season 15 so far, including season timings. New tournament begins, new lore is and new location map is located.

Start day

Respawn has not officially confirmed a start date for Apex Legends Season 15, but we can look at the patterns of recent seasons to make an educated guess. New Apex Legends seasons usually begin on the day that the previous one ended. In this case, Season 14 ends on November 1st, so it makes sense that Season 15 will start on November 1st.

Possible new map: Split Moon

Back to the big Apex Legends leak in Season 12 revealed Newcastle, Vantage, a Valkyrie heirloom, and a bunch of cosmetics that turned out to be real, we got an early look at what appears to be a new battle royale map, codenamed “Dividing Moon”. This is probably the new map of Season 15.

One of the leaked images of the Divided Moon.
One of the leaked images of the Divided Moon.

The moon in question is most likely Cleo, the broken moon of Boreas, Seer’s home planet. A meteorite struck Cleo on Seer’s birthday, destroying most of the moon. Over the past 26 years, fragments of Cleo have repeatedly bombarded Boreas, and the moon’s partial destruction has resulted in the planet facing major disturbances of ocean tides and extreme temperature fluctuations in the oceans. poles and equator. It is estimated that Boreas will be completely uninhabitable for another 50-70 years.

All of this, as well as Seer not trying to fix any of it, aired on Syndicate space at the end of Season 13 thanks to reporter Lisa Stone, who brought the legend into question. alluded to him about Boreas’ continued decline. Seer spent part of Season 14’s Mission trying to correct that misconception and help his home planet, eventually finding the inspiration to move Apex Games to Boreas to bring in money and publicity. jobs for the local community.

As Season 14 ended, other implications that Apex Games would take place with Boreas/Cleo popped up on Twitter. On October 7, the Apex Legends Twitter account tweeted an image of Octane and Seer working together on the field to bring the Apex Games home to Seer, including a tease that it would feature “parte dos” ” in Octane’s takeover of the town.

A few days later, on October 10, the Apex Legends Twitter account tweeted another image. This painting is of Octane’s grandfather, Duardo Silva, working at his desk. We see him reaching out to Octane, Seer, Jacob Young (PR director of Syndicate, the organization that oversees Apex Games) and Lisa Stone. He is also reviewing Octane and Seer’s proposal and is preparing a contract between a number of entities, notably including the Syndicate, the Boreas National Union, and the Cleo Restoration Council.

If I could do it again Not setting up a new battle royale map for Season 15 that takes place on Boreas or Cleo, this is the best misdirection the developer has taken so far.

Possible New Legend: Catalyst

Respawn has yet to officially announce Season 15’s new playable legend, but we have a pretty good idea of ​​who that could be. Going back to the previously mentioned leak that included early glimpses of the Partition Moon, we could see some characters in different stages of completion. Newcastle is practically finished and Vantage isn’t too far from her final design either, which makes sense as they are set to become the next two legends to appear in Seasons 13 and 14 respectively. .

It gets a bit more complicated from there as the remaining seven leaked legends are all unfinished. However, there are two parts that are separate and a bit more complete than the others: Catalyst and Uplink. In the leak, neither one has a character model, like we saw for Newcastle and Vantage, but both have at least some of their abilities in the game. Between the two, Catalyst’s ability to look much further – with their own models and work as described – so our money is on them.

It’s worth noting that as of this moment, this leak has been around for almost seven months, so even if most of it has proven to be accurate, that doesn’t mean it’s all still the same. Respawn could have scrapped Catalyst a few months ago, or gone in a completely different direction for its character. However, if nothing changes, then we can expect Catalyst to be a legend that uses ferrofluid (the weird spiked-looking black liquid you can shape with a magnet) to build structures. submitted to their team, both to shield teammates from damage and make it easier for them to get to certain locations.

These are the capabilities of Catalyst, according to a March leak:

  • Passive: Fortified – Standing near your structures, doors, and other legends strengthens their integrity and allows them to take significantly more damage.
  • Tactic: Firing Ferro – On impact, the hit creates a stretchable stretch of hard plastic with more shots. Can also be used to create background on the wall.
  • Finally: Iron Tower – Ferrofluid levitates from below, propelling you upwards while creating a sturdy pillar high below you.

Respawn also seems to have started teasing Catalyst via Twitter. On October 13, the Apex Legends Twitter account posted an image of a tablet, which revealed a message addressed to all legends. But based on the items on the table around the tablet, it is possible that this message has reached a myth that we have not been officially introduced.

Around the tablet you can see crystals and tarot cards. These objects are often associated with Wicca, which – if I may dig into the templates for just a moment – matches the aesthetic of the placeholder image that Respawn used for Catalyst. The placeholder describes Catalyst as a woman with pale skin, dark clothes, and makeup that looks like a monster. Basically, she looks like a witch. She looks like someone who would absolutely use tarot and crystals.

Even so, the tweet at least implies that one of the legends has a definite interest in joining the Cleo Restoration Council (pointing to the moon as the location of the next battle royale map), and that there is one Your name is Rose.

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