Via IGN, a Reddit user named hiticonic posted a thread about the map almost one year ago. It's a feature that other shooters and battle royale games, like Overwatch and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, already include, and it makes for a serious quality-of-life improvement when something goes awry with connectivity and other issues. The roadmap previewed the four seasons and their rewards over the course of the year, with the first season beginning in March.
Respawn Entertainment's Community Manager, Jay Frechette, made an appearance in the thread and revealed that the studio was made aware of the leak but he was relieved to see people "blow it off".
It should be noted that this information has not been shared yet by Respawn and must be taken with a pinch of salt until we learn something official.
All in all, Octane definitely sounds like an exciting new Legend to add to the roster and we can't wait for Respawn to start spilling the beans on both when we can expect to get our hands on him and what else they've got planned for Apex Legends.
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"Legends will not be included in the Battle Pass". While featured items are pretty regular to those of us familiar with battle royales & item shops now, the exclusive items are not. Although, all information so far, at least, suggests Season 1 is just around the corner. Players can purchase the pass, and then rank up through the tiers.
The addition of a respawn system in Fortnite makes a ton of sense. Seasons will last for approximately three months each and will bring unique seasonal rewards to Apex players. According to the report from DailyEsports, Apex Legends' first season will kick off on March 12, 2019.
While official confirmation of the release is now absent, we can not put a finger on an exact date.