Dark Depths, the latest Apex Legends event, is now live through February 1st, bringing new cosmetic items and a new Arena map to the game. In addition, the event brings three free reward tracks, each lasting one week. Here is everything you need to know about completing Dark Depths’ free reward paths.
Overview of the free reward track
Features of Dark Depths three reward tracks, each available for one week of the event. This means that players will need to earn 3,000 Event Points each week during the event in order to claim all of the free rewards. Players can earn 100 crafting materials, a loading screen, and three apex packs in terms of basic rewards. The free reward tracks also include 60 Battle Pass Stars, which equates to six Battle Pass levels. There are fewer than 30 days to the end of Season 11 Battle Pass, so six Battle Pass levels will likely be a long way off.
The larger rewards available are three Epic Holosprays, one Epic Alternator Skin, and one Epic Revenant Skin. Players can also earn a Dark Depths Apex Pack, which guarantees a non-duplicated item from the Dark Depths cosmetic collection.
Here is the data for each reward path:
- Week 1: 11-18 January
- Week 2: 18.-25. January
- Week 3: January 15th – February 1st
There are five event challenges, all of which are pretty easy to complete. One challenge is completing games of all types. There are challenges to get knockdowns in arenas and win arena matches. The last two challenges are dealing damage in Battle Royale matches and finishing in the top ten. Each challenge must complete a second level, which means that there will be a total of 1,500 points available each day if you maxed out all challenges.
The challenges are reset daily and are the same every day. This means that reaching the highest reward on the reward path of each week can be achieved in just two days if you strive for it. If not, you should play a few Battle Royale or Arenas matches every day during the event without putting in too much extra effort.
If you’re looking to check out the new Arenas Habitat map, check out GameSpot’s Arenas Mode guide for tips and tricks. If you want to get better at the static defender, check out GameSpot’s Wattson character guide.
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