Apex Legends ‘Beast of Prey’ Is the First Collection Event of Season 14

Apex Legends ‘Beast of Prey’ Is the First Collection Event of Season 14

Apex Legends collection events are always awesome, and Beast of Prey continues that trend.

A new trailer has dropped for the Beast of Prey collection event coming to Apex Legends. While the Gaiden collection event from Season 13 featured plenty of anime references, this time we’re looking more toward classic alien movies. The Beast of Prey collection event will run from Sept. 20 to Oct. 4.

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A skin shown off for both Lifeline and Octane directly references Predator whereas a Horizon skin is clearly meant to be a Xenomorph from the Alien movies. This themed pack goes at an interesting time, only two months out from the release of the Predator prequel Prey.

Beast of Prey will also be introducing a brand new LTM to the battle royale, as well. Gun Run promises to be a bit like Call of Duty’s classic Gun Game. This time, however, it’s a 3v3v3 variant. Playing out something like Arenas but it seems that progression happens as a group, not individually.

The post on the EA site gives more detail:

Each time you get a kill with a weapon, you leapfrog over teammates and are given the next highest weapon on the track. Play as a team and get through the track as fast as you can, with some help from infinite ammo, health items and automatic respawns.

You can see the trailer for yourself below before we dive into more detail.

This collection event will also include a new Heirloom, this time for Loba. This Heirloom takes the shape of a knife that turns into a fan called the Garra de Alanza, which Google translates into “Lance Claw”.

As usual, the Heirloom can either be made with the very rare Heirloom shared or earned by buying all other cosmetics during the event.

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Cameron Waldrop
Cameron is a freelance writer for Twinfinite and regularly covers battle royales like Fortnite and Apex Legends. He started writing for Twinfinite in late 2019 and has been lucky enough to review many really great games. While he loves a good shooter, his heart will always belong to JRPGs.