05 Jul 2021 11:13 AM +00:00

Leaks suggest the next Apex Legends event is closer than you think

Apex Legends has grown a bunch over the last year. With new updates and seasons to keep people busy, it's almost hard to keep track of it all. Now with the recent Collection Event, there's even more

That doesn't mean we can't be excited for the future. Here's what we know.

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LATEST - Season 10 Less Than a Month Away

Although we don't have an official date yet, it is very likely we will see the next season on August 3rd.

This is the case as the current season ends on August 2nd.

Thrillseekers Arenas Event

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Although unconfirmed, there's a substantial amount of evidence to suggest that the next Apex Legends event is going to be titled "Thrillseekers" and be mainly focused on Apex's new Arenas mode.

Below, you can check out a few of the leaks we know about so far...

Firstly, there's a fantastic look at a few of the new skins that should be added to the in-game Store, courtesy of Shrugtal, below:

You can also see the first week of the event's Reward Tracker below:

The Thrillseekers Event is due to be the next Apex Legends event and take place from July 13th to August 3rd and should lead us nicely into Season 10.

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Genesis Collection Event

Another Collection Event is upon us and it's time to take a trip down memory lane with this one. Season 0 Kings Canyon and Season 3 World's Edge are going to feature prominently throughout this new Collection Event as another 24 cosmetics are introduced into the game.

That isn't all, though, there's also a new Reward Track up for grabs and a few extra surprises on the way too! You can check out the teaser trailer below:

The Genesis Collection Event is due to run from June 29th until July 13th.

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Skull Town Arenas Map Update

Against all odds, Skull Town is coming back to Apex Legends. It was one of Kings Canyon's best POIs and a popular spot to drop in the early days of Respawn Entertainment's battle royale game.

Now, it's making a huge comeback. We don't have confirmation just yet, but it looks like the area is going to be transformed into a map for the newer Arenas mode.

You can check out the teasers below:

We expect to see some confirmation about the next title update for Apex Legends later today, June 24th, so keep an eye out for anything interesting. We'll keep you updated on what's going on when we find out.

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Japan Legacy Collection Event Leaked

If there's one constant in this industry, it's the fact that data miners will uncover something about upcoming events for Apex Legends.

The Legacy Season isn't an exception and GarrettLeaks has uncovered some new information about the upcoming Collection Event's theme and some of the items.

We're under the impression at the moment that it's called "Japan Legacy" and the Collection Event itself will continue with the Legacy Season Battle Pass by introducing more content inspired by Japanese Culture and Asian heritage.

As you can see in the tweet below, we're getting a few new skins and it looks like we MIGHT be getting a Revenant heirloom, which is exciting.

At the moment, we don't have a date attributed to this event but we're expecting it to drop in the second half of the current season. We are also expecting to see a few more leaks between now and then so keep an eye out, Legends.

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Chinatown Market Event Delayed

There's been a recent rise in reported racially charged violence against the AAPI community and it has forced a lot of brands to reconsider their impact on the communities they borrow from.

With this in mind, Chinatown Market has opted to undergo a rebrand the day before their Apex Legends collaboration event was due to begin.

With a new name coming in the "coming months", it looks like the next Apex Legends event might be the War Games event after all!

READ MORE: All The CTM Skins That Were Coming To Apex Legends

Below we have the full statement from Chinatown Market explaining their decision.

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