Apex Legends leak revealed all the locations in the new map Olympus

Nafiu Aziz
By Nafiu Aziz
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Screen grab via Apex Legends season 7 Ascension trailer

Respawn just released its new cinematic trailer for season 7 of Apex Legends which featured a new map called “Olympus”.

The trailer gave players a glimpse into how the cloud city actually looks. Furthermore, Respawn claims that this is the biggest map in Apex Legends so far. That automatically makes it even bigger than World’s Edge which is already a pretty big map.

Olympus is so big that Respawn also decided to introduce vehicles in the form of a Hoverbike called the Trident. The trident will be able to carry an entire squad to any destination around the map.

Olympus map locations
Screen grab via Apex Legends season 7 Ascension trailer

Olympus map first look:

YouTube video

The sheer scale of the map will be huge according to some data miners. Biast12 who is a pretty reliable data miner in the Apex Legends datamining scene just revealed all the location and their respective names on the new map Olympus.

Olympus map location
Image via Biast12

Basically, there are 16 new locations on the new map. All of them look really unique in some way or another.

Olympus map location names:


Orbital Cannon



Hammond Labs

Power Grid





Bonsai Plaza

Solar Array

Grow Towers


Energy Depot


The new map will have a completely different vibe than all the other maps that are available in the game right now. And there is also a chance that this new map might add fall damage to the game.

Ascend to a beautiful, lush city in the clouds. Just watch your step — it’s a long way down to the planet below

In the official announcement, Respawn wrote “just watch your step” as it is a long way down to the planet below. Till now there is no fall damage in Apex Legends. Although the new tagline surrounding the map tells another story. Seems like players will be able to figure that one out for themselves on November 4th when season 7 officially arrives.

Nafiu Aziz is an avid gamer and a writer at GameRiv, covering Apex Legends, CS:GO, VALORANT, and plenty of other popular FPS titles in between. He scours the internet daily to get the latest scoop in esports.