Apex Leaks

  • Apex Legends Season 18 Resurrection Details!
    Apex Legends Season 18 Resurrection Details!

    With the new season only a week away, we have new details being leaked by data miner iLootGames

    In todays Kill Code Part 2 Trailer, Apex's Revenant was fully revealed with his new look for Revenant Reborn.

    While patch notes do not come out till August 7th , we have gathered the leaked details from iLootGame's Season 18 Apex Leaks Video here:

    Revenant's Passive

    Unlimited Climb

    Crab Walk

    Marked Low Health Enemies


    Super Jump that allows you to leap forward or vertical at distances up to that of Octane's jump pad. You can hold to charge it and leap further.


    To be revealed soon by iLootGame's on his youtube channel but he does state that it contains some sort of Shadow Mode. His prior leaks claimed a health and armor leech when finishing kills in a fight.

    Charge Rifle Rework

    No longer hit scan, has bullet drop, needs to be charged up to do most damage, similar to a rail gun or the charge rifle from TItanfall. Along with this its been stated to now have ammo magazines and do more damage the further away a target is!


    Prowler will be going to the care package and select fire will return to it!


    Gun Run and Team Deathmatch will be added to The Core POI on Broken Moon

    Control will get the new POI of Production Yard added from Broken Moon.

    We expect more leaks to be coming soon and will keep you updated!


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  • Pro Apex Player HisWattson Discloses Catfishing Incident
    Pro Apex Player HisWattson Discloses Catfishing Incident

    Apex Legends professional player HisWattson has broken his silence today, revealing that he was recently the victim of a catfishing incident. The 21-year-old pro player opened up about the issue, exposing the individual's deceit regarding her age and weight.

    HisWattson, one of the brightest stars in the competitive gaming scene, took to his social media platforms to share the upsetting experience. In a surprising twist, the esports player divulged how an online relationship he believed he was involved in, was based on false pretenses.

    According to HisWattson, the woman claimed to be a 25-year-old, projecting an image of a lifestyle and physical appearance that was far from the truth. As it turned out, she was actually 32 years old, seven years older than she initially stated, and weighed significantly more than she had led him to believe.

    HisWattson was drawn in by her charming personality and shared interests, both of which appear to have been genuine. However, the lies about her age and weight came as a shock, leaving the young professional player feeling deceived and disheartened.

    Such experiences are becoming increasingly common in today's digital age, where anonymity and deception can be easily facilitated. This incident highlights the importance of vigilance and verification when forming connections online, particularly when personal or romantic elements are involved.

    HisWattson's revelation has sparked a conversation within the gaming community about online safety, digital identity verification, and the importance of honesty in personal relationships. His fans and fellow gamers have rallied around him, praising his courage in sharing this personal experience and sparking a much-needed discussion on the realities of online relationships.

    While this incident was undoubtedly distressing, it can serve as a cautionary tale for others. It underscores the need for wariness in online interactions, and the importance of cultivating connections based on honesty, openness, and mutual respect.

    As HisWattson bravely moves forward from this incident, it's clear that his character extends beyond his talents in Apex Legends. By sharing his experience, he continues to make a significant impact off the screen, using his platform to raise awareness about online deception and catfishing.

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