The popular Michael 'Suaire' streamer, Grzesiek might have hinted at the start of season 1 of Apex Legends.
Just like Fortnite, which sets the standard for royal battle games in many ways, Apex Legends will have a continuous schedule of new content divided into "seasons".
The first of these seasons is expected to begin in March, but Respawn Entertainment has not yet announced a specific date, leaving fans wondering if the launch of Season 1 will be in a few days or weeks.
However, during a recent stream, Shroud may have dropped that the season could begin almost immediately. During a flood on February 28, Shroud suggested that the update could arrive as early as March 1, before repeating it rather mistrustfully that he "had no knowledge".
"I'm excited for the update of this game. Wait, if it comes out tomorrow, maybe, who knows, they might surprise you. I do not know, I do not know anything, I do not know, I've never played this game before. Already."
It's not impossible that Shroud has insider knowledge of Apex Legends' upcoming season. He was not only one of the many popular streamers invited to play the game before it was released, but he even claims to have directly influenced the game by suggesting a change in the setback of the weapons implemented by Respawn Entertainment.
It is therefore quite possible that Shroud's relationship with the Apex developers let him know exactly when the first season should be expected.
Although Respawn Entertainment did not give much details about the first season of Apex Legends, some details are known.
The season will feature new weapons, new loot, new legends and a battle pass that will give access to additional cosmetic packs and Apex Legends packs. Each season should last about three months.
The roadmap for the first year of Apex Legends.
Leaks revealed that Octane was a future legend and it is likely to be one of the first additions to the list of players. The L-STAR light machine gun also sank next to the Havoc rifle, which has already been added to the game. L-STAR can therefore be expected to join the new season.
Apex Legends has already broken several player records, surpassing 25 million players a week after the game's launch. Adding new content less than a month after the game's launch should help keep the game going on the incredible trajectory that he has followed up to now. .