Apex Legends Announces Huge Changes To World’s Edge In Season 10
The new season of Apex Legends is set to bring a lot of exciting additions to the game. Not only has it introduced Seer, the mysterious new legend, but there’s also a brand new LMG and the long-awaited addition of ranked Arenas.
But, as is the case with many new seasons, a big map change is coming, and it’s coming to World’s Edge this time around. Here’s what’s coming to the map during the exciting new season.
Apex Legends Reveal New Changes To World’s Edge
In the wake of Season 10’s gameplay reveal trailer, a blog post has appeared on EA’s website detailing every change coming to World’s Edge. Here’s everything new that’s on the way.
First is the addition of the Climatizer, a large POI that is taking the place of the refinery after its demolition from a molten lava fissure. The interior of the Climatizer will offer some close-quarters battles, plus a brand-new means of traversal.
Similar in approach to World’s Edge’s trains when they were in-game, the gondolas will appear in the Climatizer and the Lava Siphon, giving you a safe but confined means of traversal throughout the POIs and giving you passage over the lava. Speaking of the Lava Siphon…
The Sorting Factory has been swallowed by a behemoth sinkhole, and has been replaced by the Lava Siphon. Embedding it into the mountain offers for a lot of close-quarters combat, but the sinkhole that engulfed the previous POI offers a new way to play, threatening players if they’re careless enough to fall in.
The Fissure Extension
A huge crack has appeared between the Climatizer to Fragment East, that will inflict damage on players if they fall in. It’s caused a big division between the locations, leading players to be forced to choose which side of the crack to take on.
The seismic activity in the area of the Train Yard spelled disaster for the location, leading it to be replaced with an industrial building site. The loot here is in a similar number, but it’s a little more spread out. The tight corners might not be present, but that offers for some more long-range firefights.
The climate of World’s Edge has changed too, bringing a gorgeous blue sky to the map and changing its lighting drastically across the entire island. Plus, there’s a little more snow in the northern region too.
A new route has been opened up too - a path between Geyser and Outlook has been opened, via the connecting mountain.
And that’s everything that’s changed with World’s Edge in the latest update! We’re excited to get in and test the changes out for ourselves. See you on the gondola!