After much speculation, Respawn has finally revealed the Gifting System. Unfortunately, it is not what players were hoping for.
Just before Season 14, we had some words from the developers about a Gifting System being developed. However, there was no information on how Respawn planned to execute this in Apex Legends without “ruining” it.
After that, more leaks surfaced on the Apex Legends community along with some related icons and codes. KralRindo, a prominent data miner, shared his thoughts on how the Gifting System might work. And it seems like his idea were spot on.
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Respawn Announced Gifting System
Season 15 of Apex Legends will bring exciting content, a new map called Divided Moon, a new Legend called Catalyst, and more. Respawn is also adding another feature in the game that’ll allow players to gift cosmetic items to their friends and family.
To be eligible for Gifting System, players need to turn on Login Verification and be at least Level 10. Also, to send or receive gifts, senders and receivers must be friends in Apex Legends for at least 2 weeks.
Gifts can be acquired with Apex Coins from the Store tabs at launch, and range from single items like legend and weapon skins to bundles. You can give up to five Gifts every 24 hours so you can be generous in showing your friends that you appreciate them!
When you are ready to surprise your friend with that special something, all you need to do is navigate to the item you want to give to your friend, confirm you have enough Apex Coins for the Gift you wish to get, select your friend’s username from your friends’ list, and press the “Gift” button after confirming all details.
When you receive a gift it will be added to your inventory and you will be notified through your inbox in the game.
When Will Gifting System Go Live?
The Gifting System will go live along with the launch of Season 15 Eclipse, which is on November 1, 2022.
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