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Apex Legends Update 1.59 Fixes a Skin Glitch

Apex Legends Update 1.59 Fixes Skin Glitch
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The Apex Legends update 1.59 fixed a skin glitch that affected various Legends for various players. The glitch only affected players in the first person point of view, meaning skins appeared as intended for other players in.

Players had begun to report the issue several weeks ago, when those who had unlocked Loba's Boundless Envy skin from the Season 8 battle pass found that her hands and arms did not render. "They usually appear as just grey arms and hands, but sometimes it can just be a blob and it is hard to see around," one player reported. The glitch does affect other Legends as well, such as Bloodhound, Lifeline, and more.

Additionally, other Apex Legends bugs that players are experiencing this season include not being able to loot death boxes, and sights missing the red dot.

Apex Legends Update 1.59 Fixes Skin Glitch

The patch was not a large patch, roughly containing 480MB of information, although download times and exact size will vary depending on the platform. Other updates included in patch 1.59 fix small stability and voice over issues.

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There are no official patch notes for this update, and the update did not includes fixes for issues related to players logging in or a glitch that causes players to lose all of their cosmetics. Respawn is investigating these issues and more, and will likely release a large update in the near future to address the various bugs that are affecting players in Season 8.