Apex Legends – exclusive in-game skins and outfits

EA and Respawn Entertainment announce the next generation of streetwear at the Apex Games. Respawn worked with Los Angeles-based label Market to create exclusive in-game skins and outfits based on Apex Legends for gamers.

The skins “Im Ring” (Wraith), “Night Crawler” (Mirage), “Sunset Desperado” (Bloodhound) and “Microphone Check” (Lifeline) are available in the Apex Store until November 23 for 1,800 Apex coins each or as a limited-time offer -Bundles available.

However, this collaboration would not be complete without merchandise – fans of Apex Legends can express their enthusiasm for the game with exclusive, short-term products from the Market Store. By combining colorful shirts with immediately recognizable prints, Market provides fans with expressive outfits.

At the beginning of the month Respawn released the next big update for the award-winning hero shooter Apex Legends: Escape and with it Sturmpunkt, the fourth and so far largest map in the game, the deadly simulacrum Ash as a legend, the popular CAR-MP from Titanfall and more introduced to offer participants of the Apex Games an unforgettable trip.

Storm Point can be experienced in Apex Legends: Escape on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Origin and Steam.

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