Apex Legends Season 11 Ash

What’s New in Apex Legends Season 11? Everything You Need to Know

Apex Legends Season 11: Escape is going live on Nov. 2and it’s bringing a number of new additions and changes that you’ll want to learn more about before jumping into some matches. The update is adding a new gun from Titanfall, a huge new map, a deadly new Legend, and more. Here’s everything you need to know.

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New Legend: Ash

Everything New in Apex Legends Season 11

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Dr. Ashleigh Reid became a simulacrum — an artificial body controlled by a human brain — after a near-fatal incident in a lab. She’s now simply known as Ash, and Titanfall 2 fans will remember her as a boss from that game’s campaign.

She was introduced to Apex Legends in Season 5’s Broken Ghost Quest and has run the 3v3 Arenas mode in the game since Season 9. This season, Ash is joining the Apex games with a few Titanfall callbacks in her list of abilities.

Her Passive, Marked for Death, allows her to see Deathboxes on the map, then interact with them to locate the attacking team that won the fight. Her Arc Snare Tactical Ability is a trap that tethers an enemy that gets too close to it, leaving them vulnerable. And finally, Ash’s Ultimate, Phase Breach, is a one-way portal that’s great for instant flanking or repositioning.


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