Fans are hoping to find out more about the Apex Legends Battle Pass today, however, Respawn Entertainment has yet to announce a release schedule.
Recent rumours claim that new Season 1 content will be launched today (March 12), which could include news of the Battle Pass.
However, Respawn has shared nothing on their plans yet, apart from what will be included in their new Battle Pass.
“The Battle Pass is a seasonal system that rewards players with exclusive cosmetic items,” the official website confirms.
“These rewards are a mix of exclusive seasonal cosmetics and Apex Packs.
“Every player can unlock some of these items each season through normal play; those who choose to purchase the Battle Pass can earn everything available that season, around 100 different rewards.
“Everything you earn with the Battle Pass is yours to keep, even after the Season is over.
“Legends will not be included in the Battle Pass. The Battle Pass gives players exclusive cosmetic items and Apex Packs.”
It’s also been confirmed that each season will run for three months on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
The last major news regarding the Apex Legends Battle Pass was shared by Respawn last week, following an update that nerfed the Wingman and Peacekeeper weapons.
Tuesdays have become the usual day for Respawn to release updates, meaning a new patch could be on its way.
“We know you folks are fired up for info on Season 1 and Battle Pass. We still have work to do to get everything ready for prime time and won’t be talking about it yet,” the official patch notes read.
“There are a lot of moving parts and coordination that go into big announcements and launches like this. I know the wait sucks, but it’s coming and ask that you all, please be patient with us.”
The Respawn goes on to name some of the new changes being planned for the start of Season 1 but doesn’t provide a date when that might be.
Fans were given hope that an update like that was being planned for today, following a tweet from the AMD Gaming account.
This suggested that a balance patch would be released today, possibly signalling the start of Season 1 soon after.
“Two of Apex Legend’s most popular weapons caught nerfs this week, and Tuesday ushers in balance patches for some of your favourite Legends,” the AMD Gaming message reads.
“Battle Pass and Season 1 are on the horizon.”
However, while this may have sounded like a promising development, the team has since explained that they posted this by mistake and do not have prior information on when the next major Apex Legends update will land.
“No insider info and no clickbait — just a mistake! At the time of this posting, we thought 3/12 was the patch with info on Battle Pass and Season 1 pending,” a second reply explains from AMD Gaming.
One thing we do know for sure is that the Season 1 Battle Pass will definitely launch this month.
The Apex Legends release roadmap confirms as much, explaining that the first season will run from March until June.
And data miners have started picking up information on skins and other cosmetics that will be made available as part of Season 1.
So that’s another good sign that the Battle Pass will be arriving later this month and will not be delayed.