Apex Legends Season 4: Leaks Suggest Map Changes to Worlds Edge
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Apex Legends Season 4: Leaks Suggest Map Changes to Worlds Edge

Oliver East
20 January 2020

Thanks to the hard work of data miners, we can expect changes to be made to the World's Edge map in Season 4 of Apex Legends.

It’s possible we’ll see some changes made to the World’s Edge map in Apex Legends Season 4.

Found hidden deep within the game files, prominent data miner Shrugtal posted their findings on Twitter indicating changes to the map as well as a series of teasers due for release throughout the month.


According to the mine, three dates in which these teasers will take place are on:

  • January 21st, 2020.
  • January 23rd, 2020.
  • January 28th, 2020.

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There is also going to be some big hologram teasers in World’s Edge which will be a big focus in the lead up to the release of Season 4.

There is no doubt the map is changing in this new season. Depending on what happens in Season 5, it’s looking likely we’ll see two seasons per map.

Season 2 changed King’s Canyon dramatically with the leviathan invasion as well as the widespread destruction that littered the area.

If we are to see a new map then that will be surprising however that’s not completely out of the question. No one, not even the almighty data miners predicted Kings Canyon was to be completely replaced by World’s Edge.

When will Apex Legends Season 4 release?

Apex Legends Season 4 will be released on Tuesday 4th February, 2020. The original plan was to have it released in December however it looks like its been pushed back until after the holiday season.

What is Apex Legends?

Apex Legends is a free-to-play battle royale from Respawn Entertainment, the creators of “Titanfall”. The game launched on February 4th 2019 and had one million concurrent players over a period of 72 hours and reaching 50 million players in less than 30 days.

In comparison, one of its main competitors “Fortnite” took about 100 days to reach 45 million players.

Written by
Ollie East

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