Taking a look at the new Apex Legends Season 4 Battle Pass rewards
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Season 4 of Apex Legends is now available for all players to download on any system. This is perhaps the most excited the Apex Legends community has been in the one year since release. So far, the season seems to be living up to expectations. Respawn released a meaty patch chock-full of legend and weapon changes along with bug fixes.

However, maybe the most anticipated aspect of the new season is the Battle Pass. Complete with several jaw-dropping Legend and weapon skins, this installment is well worth the $10. Let’s hop in and take a more in-depth look at this season’s Battle Pass.

An overview of the Apex Legends Season 4 Battle Pass

As with every season, Respawn has given players 100 tiers worth of content in the pass. While there is a free version, you only unlock a handful of rewards compared to the premium version. So, if you want the full Apex Legends Season 4 experience, it will cost you 950 Apex Coins, or $10.

If you do decide to purchase the premium pass, you will unlock a new reward with every level. Though most of the tiers in the Battle Pass are Apex Packs or cosmetic items for individual legends, there are some remarkable skins available to earn. Here are some images from the highlights of the Season 4 Battle Pass:

Apex Legends Season 4 Battle Pass
Tiers 1-5 of the Apex Legends Battle Pass.
Tiers 22-29.
Tiers 46-53.
Tiers 94-110.

Respawn has clearly stepped up its game this season with the Battle Pass rewards. There are plenty of impressive skins for several different weapons and legends. These high-tier rewards are scattered throughout the pass, so you always have something to look forward to. One interesting thing to note is that tiers 100 and 110 offer two Legendary Flatline skins. So, if you’re a fan of that weapon, you have some grinding to do.

What do you think of the Season 4 Battle Pass? Let us know, and keep up with Daily Esports for all Apex Legends news.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.