Apex Legends’ newest character is just happy to be here. Conduit, the game’s first Filipino Legend, will join the roster with season 19 on Oct. 31, and she’s a big fan of the Apex Games. Expect her to be fangirling out as she meets (and defeats) the rest of the Legend lineup using powers she gained from a harvested Monarch Titan battery.
Conduit isn’t the only thing coming to season 19 of Apex Legends, a season known as Ignite. There are big changes coming to the Storm Point map, which developer Respawn Entertainment describes as “faster and deadlier” with new points of interest.
Season 19 also comes with the requisite battle pass full of cosmetic stuff (weapon skins, character skins, emotes, etc.) and cross-platform progression. The latter will include an account merge, and Respawn is promising that you’ll keep all the stuff you’ve earned in a centralized single account.
Here’s a more detailed look at everything new in Apex Legends season 19.
Respawn has designed Conduit to be a “tiny titan of optimism,” a characteristic that really comes through thanks to her enthusiasm for the Apex Games and her cheerful interactions with teammates and opponents. One of her finishers is a selfie taken just before she clocks her opponent in the face with a haymaker. Voice actor Frankie Kevich is the force behind Conduit’s endearing attitude.
On the gameplay side of things, here’s a breakdown of Conduit’s ability kit:
The colorful Storm Point map is getting a refresh in season 19, changes that Respawn says will make it easier to “quickly find action during casual play.” Respawn hopes to “improve the fun factor without sacrificing competitive integrity” of Storm Point by adding new points of interest (Wattson’s Pylon, CETO Station, aRead more on polygon.com