Apex Legends Octane Edition: price, items and where to buy

Everything you need to know about the new Apex Legends Octane Edition.

Free to play battle royale Apex Legends isn’t slim on cosmetic options, but this newly announced skin set is still managing to tempt us. The Apex Legend Octane edition follows in the footsteps of the Bloodhound and Lifeline versions, bringing a unique set of skins and badges to anyone who coughs up the cash. Want to find out more? We’ve got all the details on the price, items included and where to buy the Apex Legends Octane Edition.

Apex Legends Octane Edition: price, items and where to buy

Apex Legends Octane Edition price items skins where to buy
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Much like the Lifeline and Bloodhound Editions, the Apex Legends Octane Edition is being released as a new way to pick up the battle royale game, and includes the following items:

  • Legendary Arachnoid Rush Octane skin
  • Legendary Arachnoid Charge Rifle skin
  • Exclusive Violet Widow Gun Charm
  • Exclusive Venomous Badge
  • 1000 Apex Coins

The Arachnoid Rush Octane skin is clearly the big draw here, and it’s certainly a fancy design, covered in spider-like motifs and a fairly terrifying mask. We wouldn’t want to see that zipping across the map towards us. Stimmed up spiders seems like a baaaad idea. Also included is a special Charge Rifle skin, a Violet Widow Gun Charm, and a Venemous badge. Oh, and how could we forget that lovely little bonus of 1000 Apex Coins well. All of the items are exclusive to this version, meaning you can’t buy them separately in-game.

If you want all of the above, the Apex Legends Octane Edition price is listed as  $19.99 (£17.99). You can buy the Octane Edition via EA’s Origin service on PC, or through the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 stores. In addition, it’ll be getting a physical box at certain retailers (unlisted on the Apex Legends website).

What do you think of the Apex Legends Octane Edition? Let us know your thoughts down in that comment box below!

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