Apex Legends Season 4 Highlights Revenant Abilities – Patch Notes (VIDEO)
After a certainly surprising character introduction, Apex Legends has now rolled out its Season 4 of content alongside a deadly new Legend called Revenant. The past day has so-far showcased quite an array of new features for the seasonal happenings, including an all-new Sniper Rifle weapon as well as a set of spiffy skins set to debut with the character. A full look at Revenant’s abilities has now been unveiled, giving the formidable figure of death a proper moveset rundown.
As demonstrated in the video below, the cyber-assassin is seen wielding all sorts of enhanced perks to ensure his murderous missions are accomplished. In addition to the tactical array of moves depicted in his reveal trailer, Revenant is shown to have an unparalleled sneaking ability called “Stalker” as well as a collection of Silence devices, which dampen a foe’s abilities for a short while. The new Legend’s Ultimate weapon is the Death Totem, which protects downed teammates from death and gives them a new lease on life.
In addition to the epic inclusion of Revenant, Apex Legends also debuts a number of changes for Season 4. In addition to the aforementioned Sniper Rifle weapon, several map updates have graced the battle royale titles such as the new Planet Harvester in World’s Edge and the newly-bifurcated Capitol City. There’s also details regarding the new Ranked mode, an assortment of weapon tweaks, as well as a few general quality of life fixes. All of the new updates can be viewed in the Season 4 patch notes down below.
Apex Legends is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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