Apex Legends Lost Treasures collection event announced on EA Play Live 2020

The next collection event for Apex Legends is Lost Treasures and features a new mode, fresh skins, and more.


Apex Legends is getting an all-new collection event in the form of Lost Treasures, as revealed during EA Play Live 2020. There’s a lot on the way, including a new Armed and Dangerous: Evolved mode, new skins and content including an heirloom for Mirage, and more. What’s more, it’s coming next week.

The Apex Legends Lost Treasures collection event was announced on the EA Play Live 2020 presentation on June 18, 2020. Set to launch on June 23, 2020, it looks like Crypto is up to something and is grabbing hold of the spotlight in this latest event, but there’s a lot of new goodies to go around. We saw new skins for Crypto, Caustic, Wraith, and Revenant to name a few. Notably, Mirage is getting his own heirloom item in the form of a trophy of himself (of course). You can see the trailer for the Apex Legends Lost Treasures event just below.

With the Lost Treasures event continuing the action Apex Legends Season 5: Fortune’s Bounty, we’re getting a new mode as well: Armed and Dangerous: Evolved. Armed and Dangerous: Evolved is said to be a new sniper and shotgun mode featuring exclusively long range and short range weaponry. There are a couple twists. First is that all armor is Evo Shields that require the player to damage other foes to level up in strength. The second is that there are no respawn beacons. Instead, players get portable respawn beacons to use whenever they please and must make the most of them at whatever time they find the most opportune.

With Lost Treasures launching on June 23, we can also look forward to Apex Legends coming to Steam and Nintendo Switch, complete with crossplay this coming Fall 2020. Stay tuned for more details as we roll through Season 5 with all new content and fun.

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