While a recent series of leaks took some of the luster off of the news, Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment has both announced and launched a brand-new game that’s out now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Apex Legends is a free-to-play battle royale title that features elements of Overwatch, among other games, and utilizes a class-based setup. And, as you’d expect, there are skins to collect.
Despite being a free-to-play game, there are of course still ways to spend money. We’ve already detailed how Apex Legends’ monetization works, but it boils down to customization. Alongside a battle pass, you can buy cosmetics that don’t impact gameplay; there are skins, poses, and banners to help distinguish your in-game look. Among the most desirable items are sure to be the Legendary skins you can collect.
There are a ton of skins in Apex Legends already, and below we’ve rounded up the Legendary ones to give you a sense for how varied your appearance can be. Each of the game’s eight characters has their own; six of those characters are available right out of the gate, with the other two needing to be unlocked.
Despite coming from Respawn and featuring a variety of elements from Titanfall–it takes place decades after Titanfall 2–you won’t see certain signature features from the series, such as Titans or wallrunning. Apex Legends pits 20 teams of three against each other and introduces some other wrinkles, such as a way to revive teammates by undertaking a risky process. You can read about what we thought in our hands-on impressions of Apex Legends.