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and for individuals that wan na see it a little bit more clear about Switch releasing on February 2, there here is the danish text
” And play on Switch when season 8 comes out on February 2nd!” pic.twitter.com/5DNpszG5oM— Biast12 (Tobias) (@Biast12) January 18, 2021
Polish pic.twitter.com/2zzxdAZs5o— Arysto98? (@Arysto98) January 18, 2021
Well, we wont have to wait much longer to find out if that release date is true. Somewhere else in Season 8, you can expect to find brand-new legend Fuse – an Aussie with a fondness for explosives – along with a brand-new lever-action rifle called The 30-30 Repeater, and an “obliterated Kings Canyon”. Thanks a bunch, Fuse.
Thus lots of things in 2020, in 2015 the Switch version of Apex Legends had to be postponed due to the difficulties of working in a pandemic, however it appears like that port might be showing up rather quickly. According to a release date that inadvertently slipped out during the discounts for Season 8, at least.
A release date of 2nd February, the very same day as the launch of the new season, was found in the Japanese version of a Stories from the Outlands trailer for Season 8. “On February 2nd, it will be possible to use Switch at the very same time as the start of Season 8”, the description read (as found by Apex Legends News).
Peak Legends: Stories from the Outlands – Good as Gold The same message was spotted in a number of other descriptions for the video, including the Danish and polish versions, so it seems this wasnt a separated slip-up. The text never featured in the English-language variation of the trailer, while the referral to a Switch release has actually now been gotten rid of from the other language variations.
Well, we wont need to wait much longer to learn if that release date is true. Elsewhere in Season 8, you can expect to discover new legend Fuse – an Aussie with a fondness for dynamites – in addition to a new lever-action rifle called The 30-30 Repeater, and an “obliterated Kings Canyon”. Thanks a lot, Fuse.
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