Apex Legends Season 3 new gameplay trailer reveals new skins & legendary loot rooms
Apex Legends new gameplay trailer just dropped and we get to see the content players can expect from Season 2. The trailer also gave a sneak peek to the legendary loot rooms which will be added in the Season 3.
Let’s get to the new skins first. There are a ton of skins for legends in store for the new Season. The new skins for Pathfinder, Octane, Lifeline and Crypto were showed off in the trailer. Take a look at the skins below –
The new Season for Apex Legends titled Meltdown has some new skins for weapons as well which were showed off in the trailer as well. Since Season 1 and 2 of Apex Legends, there has been a debate on how the devs had to step on the gas for their cosmetics.
As a Battle Royale with micro transactions to support the game, the need for new cosmetics becomes all the more evident. No new skins or other cosmetics would mean less players buying the Battle Pass which would result in crashing down of game popularity.
You can watch the weapon skins in the gameplay trailer here –
The trailer also revealed an all new legendary loot rooms. These rooms which contain higher tier loot will be accessible only using a key card found in the loot drones hovering over the map. These rooms will result in change in gameplay and strategies of the players also, players could set up their camps around the loot rooms biding their time for the team with the key to unlock the door.
The new loot room mechanic also will now be a point of interest of the players, so watch out for other players getting a drop on these for a sweet loot.
The new map and the additions will result in a massive change of game meta and will promote a much faster gameplay than before. Excited about the new loot rooms? Drop your thoughts in the comment section below!
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