It’s finally arrived, Apex Legends Season 2 is here and has introduced us to the new Legend, Wattson, the new L-Scar weapon, and a whole host of weekly challenges to come across the following weeks. On top of that, King’s Canyon has been given a bit of an overhaul, so here’s what the Apex Legends Season 2 map looks like compared to the original from Season 1.
Apex Legends Season 2 Map – What’s Changed?
The main changes on the Season 2 map come from the reshaping of existing locations following a stampede of creatures into the arena after a Repulsor Tower went down. A new containment outpost and a number of additional camps have been constructed across the arena.
The most impressive of these camps is The Cage, which has now replaced The Bridges. It’s a giant six-story building that promises a plethora of loot for players to get their hands on, as long as they’re prepared to fight off other players vying for it. It’s essentially the equivalent of Fortnite’s Neo Tilted. Further, Cascades has been replaced by a new area called Containment.
You can check out what the map looks like in-game below.
How It Compares to Season 1 Map
Here’s what the map looked like in Season 1, just for comparison’s sake. For the most part, there isn’t a whole lot that’s changed in terms of new named locations on the map, but the general look and feel will be somewhat different, what with the whole Leviathans and Flyers making a mess of the arena.
There you have everything you need to know about the Apex Legends Season 2 map changes, look, and more. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out our Season 2 guide wiki, or more of our guides down below.