Apex Legends Reveals New Twitch Prime Skin For Loba
A brand new Apex Legends season is finally here, which also means a slew of new and unique cosmetics and game modes have arrived for fans to get excited for! Many of these cosmetics are naturally here to represent the game’s latest new character, Loba, and gamers can get a good start on collecting said cosmetics with a free Loba outfit via Twitch Prime.
The folks over at Respawn Entertainment recently took to Twitter to reveal the Game Master Loba skin, which is now officially available via Twitch Prime. The skin itself looks to be one of the more impressive Apex Legends Twitch Prime offerings, giving Loba a healthy mix of old-fashioned elegance and high-tech gadgetry. Check it out in action below:
Dress to kill with the the Game Master Loba skin, available through June 18 when you link your #TwitchPrime account.
— Apex Legends (@PlayApex) May 15, 2020
So, how does one acquire the new Loba skin? All you’ll have to do is visit the Apex Legends page via the Twitch Prime website, right here. Once there, simply press the CLAIM NOW button and you’ll be prompted to first login to Twitch Prime (if you haven’t already) after which point you’ll need to link your EA account with your Twitch account. If that’s already been done, the Loba skin will be claimed and available to equip the next time you login to Apex Legends. The skin will be available to claim now through June 18, so you’ve some time.
Apex Legends is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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