Apex legends Duos mode will be back this Valentine’s day!
Apex legends Duos mode will be back this Valentine’s day. As per reports, it’ll be bundled along with the feature update on 14th February. Users who’ll login during the event (Valentine’s week) will also get a free 2020 Valentine’s day badge when they play the game.
This time also, Duos mode will be a limited-time event, similar to the November 5th update. Respawn has observed that in Duos mode, finding people who are committed, cooperative and serious can be difficult. Hence, Apex has not considered it to be part of the permanent playlist.
For now, we know next to nothing about this event, as things haven’t been officially confirmed by Respawn. The only thing we know at this moment is Apex Legends Season 4 Assimilation is running pretty good and players are actually enjoying the new Season 4 pass.
For the first four days from Feb. 11 to Feb 14, players will be able to buy the ‘Lovestruck’ Charm for 500 coins. Similarly players would also be able to purchase the Longbow “Through the Heart” skin from the store.
And, from Feb 15 to Feb 18., the store will have last year’s Valentine’s day skins. Players can also get the Pathfinder ‘Lovefinder’ charm for 700 coins and a ‘Love of the Game’ Pathfinder frame for 800 coins respectively.
Apex legends finally feels like it’s in full pace as updates and fixes are coming left and right. But what we would really like to see is if there is a permanent playlists which includes selecting different maps and modes simultaneously in the main menu.
We definitely cannot expect the Duos mode to be a part of the permanent playlist like other battle royales. What we understand is that Respawn might Keep ‘three man squad’ and ‘solo’ in the regular playlist, but make the ‘third person mode’ and ‘duos’ as special events.
Story by: Immanuel Matthew
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