Apex Legends Season 6: New Voice Clip Teases Bangalore Lore And New Character

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The Apex Legends team are at their tricks again, posting the latest lore snippet as a voice clip on Twitter.

With Season 6 on the horizon, this cryptic clue could have a huge impact on what's yet to come.

We're expecting some huge changes next season, including potentially a new map and potentially a new Legend joining the crew.


Twitter Teaser

New Bangalore lore for Apex Legends Season 6.

Image courtesy of EA/Respawn Entertainment

The latest Apex Legends teaser has been dropped on Twitter - but for those of you lucky enough to not be on social media, we've embedded the clip here:

[NEW MESSAGE: RECEIVED 13:02] pic.twitter.com/Ay2djpH9D3
— Apex Legends (@PlayApex)
August 4, 2020

If you didn't quite catch some of that - it's deliberately poor quality - it says, "Hey, it's Williams. Man P, you already done, you ever sleep? Hiatus is coming up soon, so I'll swing by this weekend. Drinks are on me."

Williams is Bangalore's real name, but we don't know anyone called P yet, so it's unclear who she is talking to at the moment.

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What Could It Mean?

Apex Legends new lore

Image courtesy of EA/Respawn Entertainment


The most important part of this teaser is the elusive P, and their relationship to Bangalore.

Bangalore has one brother who is missing, presumed dead, but his name is Jackson which doesn't fit with "P". Her other brothers are all back in the Core Worlds, where communication is impossible.

Others are making connections with Wattson, whose surname is Paquette, and Loba, who Bangalore calls Princess.

However, we feel that she is talking to a new character, who she is going to meet up with while the games are on hiatus.

Her relationship with this character remains to be seen, but it is clear that the two are close.

One thing we're sure about, however, is that the new character is not called "Man Pee" as one Twitter user suggested.