Tuesday, 29 September, 2020

Duo Mode Is Back In Apex Legends

Apex Legends Valentine’s Day event postponed at least 24 hours Duos return to Apex Legends tomorrow as part of Valentine's Day celebrations
Cecil Davis | 13 February, 2020, 17:19

Apex Legends, which was very popular at the time of its debut, has lost its popularity for a number of reasons.

Apex Legends released a quick update overnight but there's a more significant change coming to the game later today. For this reason, not being able to play the game alone.

ALSO: Is there an Apex Legends Nintendo Switch release date? Master your Legend's abilities, make strategic calls on the fly, and use your team's strengths to your advantage in vicious 60-player matches. This is the first time that Duos has been in Apex Legends since November 2019.

Apex Valentines Badge
Image via Respawn

Valentine's Day Rendezvous is the official name for the new duos mode, and will be held from February 11 to February 18. Just in case you missed out on the earlier Valentine's event, Apex Legends dev will be bringing them back too. This event comes in the wake of Apex's Season 4, which introduced a new Legend, Revenant, a cyber-ninja with talents that improve the survivability of both you and your allies. Players will receive the "Valentine's 2020 Badge" badge when they log into the game. Pairs will earn the player twice the experience points in Rendezvous, as much as 20,000 points per day.

Players can grab their most trusted partner (or the one with the best aim) and dive into World's Edge for the Duos mode, where 30 squads will face off against each other for the title of Apex Champion. Along with Valentine's Day equipment, old equipment is also returning to the game.

The only real reward during the event includes a Valentines 2020 badge for logging in, while the in-game store will have two new gun charms, a returning Longbow weapon skin, and returning Pathfinder frame.

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