The recent launch of Apex Legends Mobile by Respawn Entertainment has brought many features that are currently exclusive to mobile. One such feature is the season’s debut legend: Fade. But unlike previous Legends, Fade has not been formally introduced to players through an episode of Stories from the Outlands. But there’s a very good reason for that: Revealing Fade’s mysterious history is up to Apex players themselves.
Apex Legends Mobile Season 1: Prime Time launched with a much smaller Battle Pass, and many players have already noticed that the transition screens unlocked in the console/PC version of the game are missing from the Prime Time Battle Pass. Players typically get information about each season’s plot through weekly in-game story chapters and transition screens, which are full of knowledge. But a closer look at Apex Mobile reveals a Fade-centered story event that players must literally put together. Here’s an overview of the Unleash Punishment event and how you can reap the benefits.
To unlock Fade as a playable character, players must collect 10 Fade Pieces, which can be found in the Prime Time premium battle pass. Once you reach level 25, you’ll have enough Fade Pieces to unlock it. If you’re impatient, you can also buy it for 750 Syndicate Gold.
Not to be confused with Fade Pieces, Fade Chips are collectibles found in Apex Mobile. Collecting 11 of them unlocks Fade’s Unwavering Focus skin, and collecting all 12 unlocks the 6th and final piece of his backstory, along with a set of stat trackers and some currency that can be used to unlock items. to buy the Event Store.
Fade Chips can only be found in unranked Battle Royale mode and can be discovered while looting in-game. So far, we’ve had the best luck finding them in storage bins – the Fade chip instantly pops to the floor, similar to the way daily Treasure Packs are used in the console/PC version of the game.
Like Treasure packs, you can only loot one Fade Chip per day, so it’s a good idea to log in daily if you’re hoping to complete the story before the event ends on May 27. Apex Legends Mobile is available for iOS and Android.
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