In response to feedback from players, Respawn Entertainment has detailed its plans to change the Apex Legends Battle Pass in Season 2.
Under the new system, players will receive three daily challenges chosen randomly from a pool containing over 200. Challenges will range from dealing damage at certain locations to playing games as certain Legends, with the caveat that they be completable within a single short play session. Each challenge will reward players with 3,000 STARS, which contribute to Battle Pass progression.
Weekly challenges will be distributed in sets of seven and are designed to take several play sessions to complete. They can include goals such as picking up a certain number of kills with a subset of Legends or looting certain tiers of items. Four of the weekly challenges will be worth 6,000 STARS each, and the other three will grant a Battle Pass level each.
Players who join the Battle Pass late in the season will immediately gain access to all the previous weeks' challenges.
An additional set of three resetting weekly challenges will be the same each week and refresh at each week's start regardless of whether or not they were completed. These challenges will reward players for completing five and 10 daily challenges with a Battle Pass level.
Apex Legends Season 2 starts July 2.
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