Apex Legends

When Does Apex Legends Season 11 Start?

Some Apex Legends fans are looking forward to the next season of in-game content after a bit of conflict over the title's playability.
Some Apex Legends fans are looking forward to the next season of in-game content after a bit of conflict over the title's playability. / Respawn Entertainment

Some Apex Legends fans are looking forward to the next season of in-game content after a bit of conflict over the title's playability.

It wasn't too long ago that a collection of Apex Legends players had expressed interest in a season of no new content in favor of fixing some of the bugs the game has experienced. While these hopes have already been dashed by other fans and developers, alike, that hasn't quelled the interest over a new upcoming content release.

Here's when to expect Apex Legends Season 11 to go live.

When Does Apex Legends Season 11 Start?

We expect Season 11 to kick off in early November, sometime around Oct. 26 or Nov. 2, 2021.

Apex Legends seasons typically run for three months—anywhere between 12 to 13 weeks—starting and ending on Tuesdays. Season 10: Emergence launched on Tuesday, Aug. 3, placing the 12 and 13-week mark on Oct. 26 and Nov. 2, respectively.

There are currently no concrete leads regarding new content coming to the game in the next season. Some suspect that Ash, the former Titanfall 2 pilot turned arena deathmatch organizer, will be the next legend to join the Apex roster. Other theories include the addition of a new map, "Tropics," leaked several months ago. Neither of these have been confirmed at the time of writing.

Additionally, while the idea of a "zero-content season" has been thrown out, it is possible that the development team could be planning something similar. A period of significantly fewer new projects in order to place more staff resources on testing and potentially patching some of the largest issues may not be too farfetched.