There are currently 60 days of Apex Legends Season 9 as of this writing (June 4, 2021), meaning that players still have a fair amount of time to complete their Battle Passes and move up in Ranked play.
That being said, as soon as a new Season starts it is always a countdown until the next one begins, and the cycle starts all over again.
When Does Season 9: Legacy End?
The current estimated end day for Apex Legends Season 9: Legacy is August 3, 2021.
This means that Apex Legends Season 10 should start on, or shortly after, that date.
Of course, anything that can happen between now and then may change that date, but if everything goes smoothly, players can expect to wrap up the current Season and start the next one in early August.
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What Can Players Look Forward To in Season 10?
New Legend: Pariah
Rumors of a new Recon Legend named Pariah are circulating, fitting the new character with the following abilities:
- Passive: Aplomb Training – Pariah can see enemy health bars. Pariah is also immune to stunning effects and SDM steam.
- Tactical: Sonar Grenade – Throw a sonar grenade revealing enemies in its area of effect. Grenade lasts for 15 seconds.
- Ultimate: Sacrificial Romantic – Pariah activates a SDM device releasing a flurry of steam in all directions but becomes unable to move. Steam causes burn damage directly to health.
Every major update comes with balance changes, and we know that buffs are coming to Revenant and Rampart.
Expect to see more changes to characters, weapons, and drop rates once Season 10 rolls around.
Every new Season brings changes to one or more maps in Apex Legends, the latest being that takeover of Olympus by a parasitic plant.
Will players see this infection spread, or will it clear up leaving permanent changes to Olympus?
Are changes coming to World's End or King's Canyon?
Fans will know closer to Season 10.
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