Apex Legends Season 10 Emergence patch notes: Balancing changes, new content, more

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Like with Seasons 8 and 9, the Apex Legends Season 10 will be released August 3 at 1 p.m. Eastern. Inverse'Apex Legends' Season 10 release time and new update patch notes

The tenth season of Apex Legends will include the new Legend Seer, a major update to the World’s Edge map, as well as the introduction of Ranked Arenas.

The Season 10 update for Apex Legends will go live on August 3 at 10am PT / 1pm ET / 6pm BST. In previous seasons, players on the PlayStation platform have been able to preload the update ahead of time.

For players on PC, Xbox or Switch, you’ll have to wait until the update time to start the download.

Of course, while these are the headline additions, many players will be eagerly looking forward to see what changes will be coming to the existing roster of legends and available weapons too.

While we won’t know any of these details for certain until Respawn release the full patch notes, there are some changes that have been confirmed ahead of time.

With microdrones and an artist’s eye, Seer spots opportunities that other Legends might miss and seizes them in the most beautiful way he can. Check out his kit in action below.

After months of aggressive mining by the Harvester on World’s Edge, the land is overmined, overburdened, and pushed to its limit. The earth has fractured and erupted as nature is reclaiming what’s hers. Hammond is scrambling to contain the damage they’ve caused using weather-controlling machines: the Climatizer rapidly cools the surrounding area to subzero temperatures, and a Lava Siphon stabilizes the caldera. Fight for control of the always-moving gondolas in Climatizer and Lava Siphon, traverse the bubbling hot lava with caution, and show everyone what Legends are made of!

Read more on the map changes in this blog post.

Rampart’s latest creation, the Rampage LMG, blasts onto the scene and has absolutely no chill. This high-powered heavy ammo LMG takes its time but packs one hell of a punch. The Rampage excels at mid-range combat but struggles up close with a slower fire rate. Not one for just accepting weakness, Rampart managed to modify the Rampage’s internal combustion mechanism with, what else? Thermite! Loading a thermite grenade into the Rampage’s special chamber overclocks the fire rate and lets Legends go on a, well… rampage!

With the launch of the Emergence update, we’re introducing Ranked Arenas! You begin your journey through Ranked Arenas in 10 placement matches where your performance will determine your initial Match Marking Rank (MMR) and your starting rank. MMR variance is wider initially, so your first 10 matches might be stomp-or-get-stomped until your MMR defines your placement.

Arenas is a head-to-head fight between two teams of three, so awarding Ranked Arenas Points is more cut-and-dry than in the 20 team Battle Royale. This means there is no entry cost and no AP for kills. Everything comes down to getting the win.

That’s just the high level of how ranked arenas work. To learn more details on how Ranked Arenas will work check out our blog here.

This season the Prowler returns to floor loot and taking its place is the M600 Spitfire. In addition to the Spitfire this season another weapon will be joining the supply drop: the Alternator SMG. See how each weapon changes down below.

Care package changes apply to arenas: the Prowler and Rampage replace the Alternator and Spitfire in the Arenas shop.

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Dr Disrespect explains why he hates Apex Legends: “It’s boring! Shooting shields, I don’t like it!”

CharlieINTEL.com 02 August, 2021 - 12:48pm

Popular streamer Dr Disrespect recently gave his thoughts on Apex Legends while playing and explained why he is a not a fan of the battle royale game.

The past couple of years has seen Apex Legends rise to become one of the most popular video games globally. The battle royale game has become a staple in the gaming community thanks to its action-packed gameplay and mechanics.

However, as with every multiplayer game, some players do not enjoy what Apex Legends offers. One player who still has not been bitten by the Apex Legends bug is Dr Disrespect, who recently explained while streaming why he hates the game.

After being eliminated in a match, Dr Disrespect began to explain his frustrations with Apex Legends and what he does not enjoy about the game. A great deal of his criticism focuses on the large number of bullets it takes to down enemies and how the shield healing aspect of Apex legends.

“I hate this game! It’s boring! Shooting shields, I don’t like it. A full spray and the f**king clip is never enough to knock a guy. Right?”

Dr Disrespect then went on to explain why the high time to kill in Apex Legends is why he believes the battle royale has not risen to be a more popular esports game.

That’s why no one wants to watch this game competitively. Nobody wants to! You can’t create that one shot,” Dr Disrespect continued.

“That’s why it didn’t do good in esports. No one wants to watch it! At the end, everyone is camping out with bubble shields on, camping doors like this: opening and closing, opening and closing. Just to shoot someone’s purple or gold shield twice and then have the gas kill everyone…I Just don’t know, man.”

There is no doubt that Apex Legends has a much higher time to kill than other battle royale games like Warzone, which has been seen as a positive and a negative in the video game community.

However, while Dr Disrespect’s latest remarks focused on why he doesn’t enjoy Apex Legends. he has not been shy about his frustrations with Call of Duty: Warzone and other games in the past.

With Dr Disrespect having explained his optimism for Battlefield 2042 in the past, it looks as though that will be the next game the popular streamer will be trying out with Apex Legends and Warzone not quenching his gaming thirst at this time.

For more Apex Legends, check out all of the latest Season 10: Emergence update patch notes, and stay tuned for future news and guides.

Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence is dropping with new content in the battle pass, let’s take a look at what it is being offered to the community.

Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence is just hours away, and with the official patch notes being released, players finally have more information on how the new season will play out.

As well as this, Respawn Entertainment also dropped a great new battle pass overview trailer, where fans got to see some of the content they can expect to see in the new season.

Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence will be dropping on August 3, around 10 AM PST.

Upon release, players will have access to the battle pass, which will cost 950 Apex Coins, with the option to buy a 2,800 Battle Pass Bundle that includes a 25 tier boost for those who want a head start.

The most notable items in the battle pass are:

Further, for those who don’t buy the battle pass, you will still have access to a variety of free rewards:

Bloodhound Character Skin, 7 Apex Packs, 11 Weapon Skins, 4 Load Screens, Season 10 Win Trackers for all Legends, 1 Music Pack, 300 Apex Coins, Season Badge.

There you have it, every tier and item available in the Apex Legends Season 10 battle pass.

Plenty of players will be excited to get their hands on all of the new and exciting items in the game’s newest battle pass and show them off when they chase wins and kills in the fan-favorite battle royale game.

For more on Apex Legends, stay tuned via Charlie INTEL, where we will be covering everything on Season 10, including the ranked updates.

Apex Legends Season 10 Emergence has officially been announced, let’s take a look at what content players will be seeing in the patch notes.

Apex Legends has had a pretty strong Season 9, introducing a great new mode in Arenas, a new weapon in the Bocek Bow, and an already loved Legend, Valkyrie.

Just as we received these pieces of new content at the start of Season 9, players will be happy to know that Season 10‘s patch notes will also introduce a heap of new content.

Firstly, let’s start with Season 10’s release.

Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence will arrive on August 3 at 10 AM PST, just after the end of Season 9.

As many already know, Season 10 is entitled Emergence, perhaps hinting at the rise of a new Legend.

With the new Season 10 gameplay trailer and sneak peek on his abilities at EA Play Live 2021, where other iconic games like Battlefield also presented new content, players finally have an understanding of how the Legend will operate.

Thanks to the official patch notes dropping, we finally have concrete details on Legend changes, weapon balancing, and Seers abilities, including the names of the abilities and more on what they do.

Emergence introduces a number of buffs and nerfs to existing legends. Here are all the Legend meta changes coming in Season 10:

Further, much like how players were given the Bocek Bow last season, Season 10 will introduce another new weapon called the Rampage LMG.

The Rampage LMG looks very interested and seems to charge up with Thermite Grenades, much like the Sentinal with Shield Cells.

Once charged up, this slow, heavy-hitting machine will have an increased fire rate and be able to break through doors much like Rampart’s Ultimate, Shiela, preventing enemies from camping behind doors.

This season the Prowler returns to floor loot and taking its place is the M600 Spitfire. In addition to the Spitfire this season another weapon will be joining the supply drop: the Alternator SMG. See how each weapon changes down below.

Magazines are the most potent source of lootable power for most weapons and that largely comes in the form of ammo capacity. In addition to capacity, they were also offering increased reload speed. We’ve moved the reload speed buff to stocks to help increase the value of stocks and spread out our meaningful modifiers across our attachments.

Sniper stocks are an often lonely attachment left sitting on the floor waiting for a crackshot legend to come along and give them some love. Instead of reducing the spawn rates to try and clean up the loot pool we’re putting them on Marksman Rifles to make them more desirable.

The L-STAR has undergone a few changes in Emergence. We’ve attempted to improve the looting experience and extend the L-STAR’s power into the later phases of the game. In addition to these attachment additions the L-STAR is also seeing some VFX changes for combat readability.

LMG spray-and-pray was feeling a little too oppressive when random headshots chunked with a 2.0 damage modifier. We’re shaving off some of that headshot firepower but adding a little back in by bringing up their limb damage. Unloading massive LMG mags to suppress your enemies should still be a valid tactic, we’re just reigning in the peaks and valleys to make it feel a bit more consistent.

With the removal of the Quickdraw Holster and reload speed moving from mags to stocks Pistols took a bit of a hit. We’re increasing their base handling but will keep an eye on their performance as we get into Emergence.

The Prowler returns to the floor without its trusty side-kick the Select Fire hop up. But don’t sleep on it, it’s still a beast.

We’ve all woken up with a cold sweat in the middle of the night from a nightmare where Rampart with two gold mag spittys chases you on the World’s Edge train tracks laughing maniacally as she shoots for eternity, right?  … right? Well for those of us that have, we’ll be able to sleep soundly for a while. The Spitfire takes its rightful place as a Supply Drop weapon this season. We’ve hit it a few times in recent patches and we still want it to be a desirable Supply Drop weapon so we’re walking back those nerfs while making it much harder to access.

The Alternator joins the Spitfire in the Supply Drop with its old friend the Disruptor Rounds. The shield damage has come down since we last saw Disruptors in Season 2, but it’s still a shield shredding monster. Pack an extra bat.

The 30-30 can slap, but when it’s not slapping it’s probably reloading. We’re buffing the 30-30’s bonus to reload speed from stocks to help alleviate one of the sharper pain points when running this heavy rifle.

The EVA-8’s speed makes it a forgiving and formidable shotgun to run. It’s pulled ahead of the pack and has been seen as the clear choice for many leaving the Peacekeeper, Mastiff, and Mozambique in the dust. This change should help even the playing field between the shotguns.

Care package changes apply to arenas: the Prowler and Rampage replace the Alternator and Spitfire in the Arenas shop.

Like every season, players will also be getting a new battle pass with lots of new cosmetics and rewards to earn.

From the latest gameplay trailer, we were able to see some of these in action, including a new Valkyrie skin, Horizon skin, and what we suspect will be the Tier 100 Legendary Volt skin.

Season 10 will also introduce a host of new Arenas maps, which were shown in the new trailer.

The new maps that will be arriving are:

Further, the new season will also bring Ranked Arenas, which players have been asking for since Arenas was released in Season 9.

The Ranked format will be different from Ranked Leagues and more attuned to how Arenas works.

Apex Legends Season 10 Emergence will also see various changes coming to World’s Edge, implementing various new POIs, leaving some of the ones players are familiar with completely unrecognizable.

Just to name a few of the POIs that will be changing:

That’s all for the Apex Legends Season 10 patch notes. As more information is released regarding Legend changes and weapon balancing for Emergence, we will update this piece, so be sure to check back here for new information about the Apex Legends Season 10 patch notes.

While waiting for the official patch notes to be released, why not check out our recent article on the leaked Monster Energy collab for Apex Legends.

A new season of Apex Legends means a new season of Ranked Leagues, from map rotation to split dates, we’ve got you covered.

Apex Legends Ranked Leagues is a great place for those who want to test their skills out and play for points in a competitive environment, which starting in Season 10, will also be available in Arenas.

No matter how good you are, Apex Legends has a detailed ranking system that will place you on a similar playing field once you play enough games. With Season 10 incoming, let’s check out the updates arriving for the ranked playlist.

Although there are no major changes for Ranked Leagues this season, there are still a few things to go over such as split dates, rewards, and map rotation.

As Apex Legends Season 10 begins on August 3, this would then mean that the first ranked split will also begin on the same day, with the second split coming halfway through the season.

Seasons usually last around 3 months, so with that being said, the halfway mark for Season 10 will be around September 7, so expect the second split to begin around then.

Every new season two maps get picked for Ranked Leagues, one which spans the first split, and another that spans the second.

For Season 10 players will be dropping into Decimated World’s Edge, which has been showcased in the trailers leading up to Season 10’s release.

In the second split, players will be back on Kings Canyon, or at least the Season 8 version of Kings Canyon, with all the changes that were most recently made to it.

Depending on what level you managed to reach in Ranked Leagues for Season 9, players will receive rewards at the start of Season 10.

The rewards include gun charms, badges, season-long dive trails for those who manage to reach the higher ranks, and new this season, Holo Sprays.

The rewards for Season 9’s Ranked Leagues have actually been revealed by EA, showing off the badges and dive trails players will receive.

Season 10 will also mark the first season of Ranked Arenas, which Respawn released details about fairly recently.

3 new BR maps will join Phase Runner, Party Crasher, and Overflow, with one of them joining the trio and rotating with each other every two weeks. The new maps include:

As well as new maps, Ranked Arenas will also feature new maps and an exclusive ranking system.

Although not much has been shared about how ranking will work in Arenas, we suspect the names and ranks will be the same, however, the way in which you actually receive points and the number of points you need to rank up will be different from the Battle Royale mode.

That’s all for the ranked playlist in Apex Legends Season 10, for more updates stay tuned on Charlie INTEL and if you’ve been a victim of the recent unfair banning, check out our article for an explanation.

Popular streamer Dr Disrespect recently gave his thoughts on Apex Legends while playing and explained why he is a not...

Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence is dropping with new content in the battle pass, let's take a look at what...

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Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence battle pass tiers and rewards

CharlieINTEL.com 02 August, 2021 - 12:40pm

Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence is dropping with new content in the battle pass, let’s take a look at what it is being offered to the community.

Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence is just hours away, and with the official patch notes being released, players finally have more information on how the new season will play out.

As well as this, Respawn Entertainment also dropped a great new battle pass overview trailer, where fans got to see some of the content they can expect to see in the new season.

Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence will be dropping on August 3, around 10 AM PST.

Upon release, players will have access to the battle pass, which will cost 950 Apex Coins, with the option to buy a 2,800 Battle Pass Bundle that includes a 25 tier boost for those who want a head start.

The most notable items in the battle pass are:

Further, for those who don’t buy the battle pass, you will still have access to a variety of free rewards:

Bloodhound Character Skin, 7 Apex Packs, 11 Weapon Skins, 4 Load Screens, Season 10 Win Trackers for all Legends, 1 Music Pack, 300 Apex Coins, Season Badge.

There you have it, every tier and item available in the Apex Legends Season 10 battle pass.

Plenty of players will be excited to get their hands on all of the new and exciting items in the game’s newest battle pass and show them off when they chase wins and kills in the fan-favorite battle royale game.

For more on Apex Legends, stay tuned via Charlie INTEL, where we will be covering everything on Season 10, including the ranked updates.

Popular streamer Dr Disrespect recently gave his thoughts on Apex Legends while playing and explained why he is a not a fan of the battle royale game.

The past couple of years has seen Apex Legends rise to become one of the most popular video games globally. The battle royale game has become a staple in the gaming community thanks to its action-packed gameplay and mechanics.

However, as with every multiplayer game, some players do not enjoy what Apex Legends offers. One player who still has not been bitten by the Apex Legends bug is Dr Disrespect, who recently explained while streaming why he hates the game.

After being eliminated in a match, Dr Disrespect began to explain his frustrations with Apex Legends and what he does not enjoy about the game. A great deal of his criticism focuses on the large number of bullets it takes to down enemies and how the shield healing aspect of Apex legends.

“I hate this game! It’s boring! Shooting shields, I don’t like it. A full spray and the f**king clip is never enough to knock a guy. Right?”

Dr Disrespect then went on to explain why the high time to kill in Apex Legends is why he believes the battle royale has not risen to be a more popular esports game.

That’s why no one wants to watch this game competitively. Nobody wants to! You can’t create that one shot,” Dr Disrespect continued.

“That’s why it didn’t do good in esports. No one wants to watch it! At the end, everyone is camping out with bubble shields on, camping doors like this: opening and closing, opening and closing. Just to shoot someone’s purple or gold shield twice and then have the gas kill everyone…I Just don’t know, man.”

There is no doubt that Apex Legends has a much higher time to kill than other battle royale games like Warzone, which has been seen as a positive and a negative in the video game community.

However, while Dr Disrespect’s latest remarks focused on why he doesn’t enjoy Apex Legends. he has not been shy about his frustrations with Call of Duty: Warzone and other games in the past.

With Dr Disrespect having explained his optimism for Battlefield 2042 in the past, it looks as though that will be the next game the popular streamer will be trying out with Apex Legends and Warzone not quenching his gaming thirst at this time.

For more Apex Legends, check out all of the latest Season 10: Emergence update patch notes, and stay tuned for future news and guides.

Apex Legends Season 10 Emergence has officially been announced, let’s take a look at what content players will be seeing in the patch notes.

Apex Legends has had a pretty strong Season 9, introducing a great new mode in Arenas, a new weapon in the Bocek Bow, and an already loved Legend, Valkyrie.

Just as we received these pieces of new content at the start of Season 9, players will be happy to know that Season 10‘s patch notes will also introduce a heap of new content.

Firstly, let’s start with Season 10’s release.

Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence will arrive on August 3 at 10 AM PST, just after the end of Season 9.

As many already know, Season 10 is entitled Emergence, perhaps hinting at the rise of a new Legend.

With the new Season 10 gameplay trailer and sneak peek on his abilities at EA Play Live 2021, where other iconic games like Battlefield also presented new content, players finally have an understanding of how the Legend will operate.

Thanks to the official patch notes dropping, we finally have concrete details on Legend changes, weapon balancing, and Seers abilities, including the names of the abilities and more on what they do.

Emergence introduces a number of buffs and nerfs to existing legends. Here are all the Legend meta changes coming in Season 10:

Further, much like how players were given the Bocek Bow last season, Season 10 will introduce another new weapon called the Rampage LMG.

The Rampage LMG looks very interested and seems to charge up with Thermite Grenades, much like the Sentinal with Shield Cells.

Once charged up, this slow, heavy-hitting machine will have an increased fire rate and be able to break through doors much like Rampart’s Ultimate, Shiela, preventing enemies from camping behind doors.

This season the Prowler returns to floor loot and taking its place is the M600 Spitfire. In addition to the Spitfire this season another weapon will be joining the supply drop: the Alternator SMG. See how each weapon changes down below.

Magazines are the most potent source of lootable power for most weapons and that largely comes in the form of ammo capacity. In addition to capacity, they were also offering increased reload speed. We’ve moved the reload speed buff to stocks to help increase the value of stocks and spread out our meaningful modifiers across our attachments.

Sniper stocks are an often lonely attachment left sitting on the floor waiting for a crackshot legend to come along and give them some love. Instead of reducing the spawn rates to try and clean up the loot pool we’re putting them on Marksman Rifles to make them more desirable.

The L-STAR has undergone a few changes in Emergence. We’ve attempted to improve the looting experience and extend the L-STAR’s power into the later phases of the game. In addition to these attachment additions the L-STAR is also seeing some VFX changes for combat readability.

LMG spray-and-pray was feeling a little too oppressive when random headshots chunked with a 2.0 damage modifier. We’re shaving off some of that headshot firepower but adding a little back in by bringing up their limb damage. Unloading massive LMG mags to suppress your enemies should still be a valid tactic, we’re just reigning in the peaks and valleys to make it feel a bit more consistent.

With the removal of the Quickdraw Holster and reload speed moving from mags to stocks Pistols took a bit of a hit. We’re increasing their base handling but will keep an eye on their performance as we get into Emergence.

The Prowler returns to the floor without its trusty side-kick the Select Fire hop up. But don’t sleep on it, it’s still a beast.

We’ve all woken up with a cold sweat in the middle of the night from a nightmare where Rampart with two gold mag spittys chases you on the World’s Edge train tracks laughing maniacally as she shoots for eternity, right?  … right? Well for those of us that have, we’ll be able to sleep soundly for a while. The Spitfire takes its rightful place as a Supply Drop weapon this season. We’ve hit it a few times in recent patches and we still want it to be a desirable Supply Drop weapon so we’re walking back those nerfs while making it much harder to access.

The Alternator joins the Spitfire in the Supply Drop with its old friend the Disruptor Rounds. The shield damage has come down since we last saw Disruptors in Season 2, but it’s still a shield shredding monster. Pack an extra bat.

The 30-30 can slap, but when it’s not slapping it’s probably reloading. We’re buffing the 30-30’s bonus to reload speed from stocks to help alleviate one of the sharper pain points when running this heavy rifle.

The EVA-8’s speed makes it a forgiving and formidable shotgun to run. It’s pulled ahead of the pack and has been seen as the clear choice for many leaving the Peacekeeper, Mastiff, and Mozambique in the dust. This change should help even the playing field between the shotguns.

Care package changes apply to arenas: the Prowler and Rampage replace the Alternator and Spitfire in the Arenas shop.

Like every season, players will also be getting a new battle pass with lots of new cosmetics and rewards to earn.

From the latest gameplay trailer, we were able to see some of these in action, including a new Valkyrie skin, Horizon skin, and what we suspect will be the Tier 100 Legendary Volt skin.

Season 10 will also introduce a host of new Arenas maps, which were shown in the new trailer.

The new maps that will be arriving are:

Further, the new season will also bring Ranked Arenas, which players have been asking for since Arenas was released in Season 9.

The Ranked format will be different from Ranked Leagues and more attuned to how Arenas works.

Apex Legends Season 10 Emergence will also see various changes coming to World’s Edge, implementing various new POIs, leaving some of the ones players are familiar with completely unrecognizable.

Just to name a few of the POIs that will be changing:

That’s all for the Apex Legends Season 10 patch notes. As more information is released regarding Legend changes and weapon balancing for Emergence, we will update this piece, so be sure to check back here for new information about the Apex Legends Season 10 patch notes.

While waiting for the official patch notes to be released, why not check out our recent article on the leaked Monster Energy collab for Apex Legends.

A new season of Apex Legends means a new season of Ranked Leagues, from map rotation to split dates, we’ve got you covered.

Apex Legends Ranked Leagues is a great place for those who want to test their skills out and play for points in a competitive environment, which starting in Season 10, will also be available in Arenas.

No matter how good you are, Apex Legends has a detailed ranking system that will place you on a similar playing field once you play enough games. With Season 10 incoming, let’s check out the updates arriving for the ranked playlist.

Although there are no major changes for Ranked Leagues this season, there are still a few things to go over such as split dates, rewards, and map rotation.

As Apex Legends Season 10 begins on August 3, this would then mean that the first ranked split will also begin on the same day, with the second split coming halfway through the season.

Seasons usually last around 3 months, so with that being said, the halfway mark for Season 10 will be around September 7, so expect the second split to begin around then.

Every new season two maps get picked for Ranked Leagues, one which spans the first split, and another that spans the second.

For Season 10 players will be dropping into Decimated World’s Edge, which has been showcased in the trailers leading up to Season 10’s release.

In the second split, players will be back on Kings Canyon, or at least the Season 8 version of Kings Canyon, with all the changes that were most recently made to it.

Depending on what level you managed to reach in Ranked Leagues for Season 9, players will receive rewards at the start of Season 10.

The rewards include gun charms, badges, season-long dive trails for those who manage to reach the higher ranks, and new this season, Holo Sprays.

The rewards for Season 9’s Ranked Leagues have actually been revealed by EA, showing off the badges and dive trails players will receive.

Season 10 will also mark the first season of Ranked Arenas, which Respawn released details about fairly recently.

3 new BR maps will join Phase Runner, Party Crasher, and Overflow, with one of them joining the trio and rotating with each other every two weeks. The new maps include:

As well as new maps, Ranked Arenas will also feature new maps and an exclusive ranking system.

Although not much has been shared about how ranking will work in Arenas, we suspect the names and ranks will be the same, however, the way in which you actually receive points and the number of points you need to rank up will be different from the Battle Royale mode.

That’s all for the ranked playlist in Apex Legends Season 10, for more updates stay tuned on Charlie INTEL and if you’ve been a victim of the recent unfair banning, check out our article for an explanation.

Popular streamer Dr Disrespect recently gave his thoughts on Apex Legends while playing and explained why he is a not...

Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence is dropping with new content in the battle pass, let's take a look at what...

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Apex Legends Emergence (season 10) patch: Full notes and updates | Dot Esports

Dot Esports 02 August, 2021 - 12:10pm

The Apex Legends Emergence update will be released tomorrow—and fans have a lot of new content to look forward to.

Season 10 will introduce the new legend Seer, the perfect choice for players who want to keep track of their enemies. Fans can also enjoy new updates to World’s Edge, the Rampage LMG, Ranked Arenas, and adjustments to weapons and legends, alongside other quality-of-life changes.

Here are the patch notes for Apex’s Emergence update.

Seer is the new legend joining the Apex Games in season 10—and he’s bringing a unique set of skills to the battlefield. His Heart Seeker passive ability allows players to hear the heartbeats of enemies while aiming down sights, even when they’re not holding a weapon. The Tactical Focus of Attention ability summons microdrones that emit a “focused, delayed blast” that goes through walls. This reveals enemies and their health bars and interrupts their actions. 

Players can reveal the footsteps and enemies moving quickly or firing their weapons within a sphere of microdrones by using Seer’s Exhibit ultimate ability. His Class Passive ability also allows him to use survey beacons to reveal the next circle’s location. 

The Emergence update will change World’s Edge, which has been devastated by the aggressive mining by the Harvester. Players can explore the new Climatizer and Lava Siphon points of interest, which replaced the Refinery and Sorting Factory, respectively. Players can find more information on the map changes on EA’s website

Apex players can finally get their hands on the new Rampage LMG in season 10. This high-powered LMG delivers significant damage but does have the slowest firing rate in the game. Players can charge the Rampage with Thermite Grenades, though, increasing its rate of fire and turning it into a deadly killing machine. 

The Emergence update introduces a new exciting mode for competitive players: Ranked Arenas. This new game mode pits two teams of three in a smaller, competitive format. Players need to complete 10 placement matches to determine their initial Match Marking Rank (MMR) and starting rank. In this mode, winning is the only thing you need to worry about, so get your squad together and get ready to dominate. 

The available weapons in the traditional arenas game mode have been replaced with the Prowler and Ramage, adding a nice change of pace. Here’s a full list of the arenas price and abilities adjustments in the latest update:

Several legends will also receive adjustments in the Emergence update. Here’s a full list of the changes:

The Prowler is returning to floor loot in season 10, while the M600 Spitfire is taking its place in supply drops. The Alternator SMG will also be in supply drops this season. 

Players can also now use the Boosted Loader, which increases reload speed and overloads the next magazine with extra rounds when reloading near empty. This hop-up will be equipable with the Hemlok Burst AR and the Wingman. To make room for this option, the Anvil Receiver and Quickdraw Holster are vaulted for now. 

The Peacekeeper, Rampage, RE-45, Flatline, and Charge Rifle are now included in the fully kitted rotation. The Wingman, Bocek, R99, Hemlock, and Sentinel will no longer appear as fully kitted weapons. 

Here’s a full list of other adjustments to weapons and attachments: 

The Emergence update also adds several quality-of-life updates designed to improve gameplay. Players can enjoy the Win Streak badge, which tracks a player’s performance and highlights their win streaks. There’s also a new “Hold On” ping that players can use in response to enemy pings. 

New sound effects were added to the Gold Backpack’s revive, providing additional feedback when players are “close to but not in line-of-sight of revives.” The Heirloom store now gives players a better view of all items related to that specific item and an updated Open Pack button shows how many packs are left of each available type. 

Apex Legends Emergence (season 10) patch: Full notes and updates | Dot Esports

Dexerto 02 August, 2021 - 12:10pm

The Apex Legends Emergence update will be released tomorrow—and fans have a lot of new content to look forward to.

Season 10 will introduce the new legend Seer, the perfect choice for players who want to keep track of their enemies. Fans can also enjoy new updates to World’s Edge, the Rampage LMG, Ranked Arenas, and adjustments to weapons and legends, alongside other quality-of-life changes.

Here are the patch notes for Apex’s Emergence update.

Seer is the new legend joining the Apex Games in season 10—and he’s bringing a unique set of skills to the battlefield. His Heart Seeker passive ability allows players to hear the heartbeats of enemies while aiming down sights, even when they’re not holding a weapon. The Tactical Focus of Attention ability summons microdrones that emit a “focused, delayed blast” that goes through walls. This reveals enemies and their health bars and interrupts their actions. 

Players can reveal the footsteps and enemies moving quickly or firing their weapons within a sphere of microdrones by using Seer’s Exhibit ultimate ability. His Class Passive ability also allows him to use survey beacons to reveal the next circle’s location. 

The Emergence update will change World’s Edge, which has been devastated by the aggressive mining by the Harvester. Players can explore the new Climatizer and Lava Siphon points of interest, which replaced the Refinery and Sorting Factory, respectively. Players can find more information on the map changes on EA’s website

Apex players can finally get their hands on the new Rampage LMG in season 10. This high-powered LMG delivers significant damage but does have the slowest firing rate in the game. Players can charge the Rampage with Thermite Grenades, though, increasing its rate of fire and turning it into a deadly killing machine. 

The Emergence update introduces a new exciting mode for competitive players: Ranked Arenas. This new game mode pits two teams of three in a smaller, competitive format. Players need to complete 10 placement matches to determine their initial Match Marking Rank (MMR) and starting rank. In this mode, winning is the only thing you need to worry about, so get your squad together and get ready to dominate. 

The available weapons in the traditional arenas game mode have been replaced with the Prowler and Ramage, adding a nice change of pace. Here’s a full list of the arenas price and abilities adjustments in the latest update:

Several legends will also receive adjustments in the Emergence update. Here’s a full list of the changes:

The Prowler is returning to floor loot in season 10, while the M600 Spitfire is taking its place in supply drops. The Alternator SMG will also be in supply drops this season. 

Players can also now use the Boosted Loader, which increases reload speed and overloads the next magazine with extra rounds when reloading near empty. This hop-up will be equipable with the Hemlok Burst AR and the Wingman. To make room for this option, the Anvil Receiver and Quickdraw Holster are vaulted for now. 

The Peacekeeper, Rampage, RE-45, Flatline, and Charge Rifle are now included in the fully kitted rotation. The Wingman, Bocek, R99, Hemlock, and Sentinel will no longer appear as fully kitted weapons. 

Here’s a full list of other adjustments to weapons and attachments: 

The Emergence update also adds several quality-of-life updates designed to improve gameplay. Players can enjoy the Win Streak badge, which tracks a player’s performance and highlights their win streaks. There’s also a new “Hold On” ping that players can use in response to enemy pings. 

New sound effects were added to the Gold Backpack’s revive, providing additional feedback when players are “close to but not in line-of-sight of revives.” The Heirloom store now gives players a better view of all items related to that specific item and an updated Open Pack button shows how many packs are left of each available type. 

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