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Now there are no more lies. And soon, no more Hammond. You target one Hammond facility after another. And the skinsuits are too busy waging war to care. They blame the Militia, write the dead off as casualties of war. It's not really a lie. It's someone's war... just not theirs. When you slit the last employee's throat… now what? Whatever your heart desires, I suppose… except you don't have a heart, and all you desire is what you were programmed to do in the first place. Ain't that a bitch. Question: who gets to die next? Answer: Anybody you want. This is the Outlands, baby. There's no law. No order. And you're the boogeyman. Or, at least, you will be. Soon enough. So when somebody vanishes without a trace? That's you. When murder goes unsolved? That's you. Your revenge isn't aimed at one person. It's aimed at every person. It's aimed at any person. An endless supply of skin suits, and so much time to kill. What are you waiting for, little simulacrum? Get to work...[1]

Synthetic Nightmare
Real Name Kaleb Cross[2]
Gender Male
Age 44 (as a human)[2]
313 (as a simulacrum)
Homeworld Solace
Height 6'8" (203 cm)[3]
Legend Type Offensive.svg Offensive
Tactical Ability Silence.svg Silence
Passive Ability Stalker.svg Stalker
Ultimate Ability Death Totem.svg Death Totem
Real-world Info
Voice Actor Darin De Paul

Revenant is a Legend introduced in Season 4.svg Season 4 that is locked from the base game. He can be unlocked using digital currency: either Legend Tokens 12,000 or Apex Coins 750, or by buying the Champion Edition.

Revenant is an Offensive.svg Offensive Legend who specializes in ambushes and aggression. His tactical ability Silence.svg Silence fires an orb that sticks to where it lands, dealing damage and preventing the use of abilities to any enemy who touches it. His passive ability Stalker.svg Stalker increases his crouched movement speed, climbing speed, and maximum climbing height. His ultimate ability Death Totem.svg Death Totem causes any player that interacts with it to enter a state where if damaged enough, they will teleport back to the totem and back to a normal state rather than being knocked down.



Silence.svg Tactical Q/LB/L1/LB
Description Throw a device that deals damage and disables enemy abilities for 15 seconds.
Cooldown 25 seconds

  • The device explodes on contact and leaves a lingering cloud for 10 seconds.
  • Getting hit either directly or by walking into the cloud deals 10 damage and disables tactical, ultimate, and some specific passive abilities. (Click here to see the list of affected passives.)
  • Has 2 charges.

  • You can throw this and use other items (Reloading, Healing, etc.) at the same time, as each takes only one hand.
  • When it explodes against a door, the cloud moves with the face of the door when people open it.
  • Silencing a Wraith while she's placing her Dimensional Rift.svg Dimensional Rift will cancel the ult. Wraith will be able to use it again once the silence runs out.
  • The device can be shot down by Wattson's Interception Pylon.svg Interception Pylon.
  • Throwing this at a Caustic's Nox Gas Trap.svg Nox Gas Traps will set the trap(s) off.

  • Do not expect the ability to fully kill an enemy unless their health is extremely low.
  • You can throw this device and a Frag Grenade.svg Frag Grenade at the same time. Use this to ambush an enemy and gain a huge upper hand.
  • You can use this as an area of denial to block a path for 10 seconds such as a doorway, stairs, etc. This can potentially buy you some time to pop a heal or revive a knockdown teammate.
  • If you're going through Wraith's Dimensional Rift.svg Dimensional Rift portal and know you're about to be pushed, throw Silence on it to catch the enemies off guard and instantly damage and disable their abilities that chase you through it.
  • If you look directly up and shoot your Silence in the air, it'll come down 4 seconds later landing directly on you. Combine this technique with a Frag Grenade.svg Frag Grenade for a devastating surprise.
  • The Silence causes a lot of visual clutter. You can use this as cover for when you revive a teammate.

  • In rare cases, the player who is silenced may not see the orange effect that takes up the edge of the screen while they are silenced.

  • Stalker[]

    Stalker.svg Passive
    Description You crouch walk faster and can climb walls higher.
    Cooldown N/A seconds

    • Revenant's crouch-walking speed is the same as his walking speed.
    • Revenant can climb walls more than 6 times as high as a normal Legend. He can also climb shorter walls 25% faster because it takes longer for his climbing speed to decelerate.

  • Use this to outflank enemy squads or ambush squads in high buildings, if your team is attacking in one direction try to use this to attack from the side.
  • Crouch ADS strafing is faster than normal strafing and makes your hitbox smaller.
  • All legends make no noise in a crouch. Use this and your extra speed to confuse enemies and shake them off your tail.
  • With many weapons, crouching can increase accuracy. Use this to have increased accuracy at the same time as strafe speed.

  • Death Totem[]

    Death Totem.svg Ultimate Z/LB+RB/L1+R1/LB+RB
    Death Totem
    Description Drop a totem that protects users from death. Instead of getting killed or downed, you will return to the totem.
    Charge time 3 minutes

    • The totem takes 1 second to create, lasts 30 seconds, and has 100 Health.
    • When placed, the totem emits a visual effect that can be seen by enemies.
    • Both squadmates and enemies can use the totem one time each to turn themselves into a shadow for 25 seconds.
      • The Death Totem's default 30-second timer is extended by whoever is the last person to become a shadow. When that person's shadow form ends, so will the totem.
      • Shadows can't use healing items, and all received damage ignores their Body Shield.svg Body Shields or Evo Shield.svg Evo Shields.
      • When a shadow is killed, they return to the totem with 50 Health (or whatever health they had when they activated it, if lower) and other players see a short whispy red trail providing an approximate clue where the totem is placed.

  • You can use enemy death totems.
  • Players cannot use Wraith’s Dimensional Rift.svg Dimensional Rift for two seconds after returning to the totem.
  • Death Protection will immediately wear off as soon as you enter the boxing ring at Pathfinder's Fight Night. This will not come back upon exiting the ring.

  • Unlike other placeable ultimates, the totem doesn't preview where it will go before you place it.
  • Recharge your shields before activating the totem on yourself.
  • Make sure you have Health before using the death totem. Any damage you take in shadow form mode is based on your health bar and not your shield bar.
  • Octane's passive, Swift Mend.svg Swift Mend can still restore his health even during shadow form.
  • If you're killed in shadow form, the first thing you should do is pop a Med Kit.svg Med Kit or Phoenix Kit.svg Phoenix Kit if you forgot to heal beforehand.
  • In shadow form, you'll want to be as aggressive as you possibly can be because you have nothing to lose. Try to get as much damage in as you can in the 25 seconds you have on the timer. Thirst knockdown enemies as fast as possible since you won't be punished for it if you're killed.
  • Avoid placing the totem in the open, as it can be easily destroyed.
  • While in shadow form, if you use Finishers, you'll completely refill your Body Shield.svg Body Shield at the end even though you cannot heal in this form.
  • Be aware of enemy Caustics as their Nox Gas Trap.svg Nox Gas Trap bypasses shields if you're caught returning to the totem. Try to look around for any enemy Caustic before placing the totem.
  • Sometimes you can enter shadow form and use the Death Totem as a small piece of cover if you're in the open.
  • Enter shadow form mode if you want to take the risk of reviving a knocked down teammate or making risky Respawn Beacon plays.
  • Place the totem on high ground places or platforms, so you can prepare to drop down and go crazy without worrying about any enemies getting to your totem's location.
  • When you are low on time with the Death Totem and you need to go back for health or team support, try standing still and letting the enemies kill you, sending you back to the Death Totem.
  • Combine this ability with Octane's Launch Pad.svg Launch Pad to get to the fight quickly and return to the fight much quicker.
  • Combine this ability with Wraith’s Dimensional Rift.svg Dimensional Rift to get into the fight quickly and without being sent back to the Totem when entering the fight.
  • Be wary of using this ability against a Crypto, as his Drone EMP.svg Drone EMP can destroy it instantly.

  • In rare cases, if Revenant gets punched by an enemy while at low health in Death Protection, the enemy will teleport with Revenant back to the totem.
  • While in Shadow form and executing a finisher, if the Death Protection is expired before completing the finisher, the player will get stuck and end up unable to perform any action besides opening the menu. Only getting attacked will release from the bug/unfinished finisher.
  • Sometimes, when the totem is placed too near or touching objects and walls, it disappears, wasting the use of your ultimate ability. The ultimate UI also shows that the ultimate is in use when this glitch occurs.

  • Lore[]

    Revenant used to be human. He used to be the greatest hitman the Mercenary Syndicate ever had. He used to look in the mirror and see his human face looking back. But time changes everything, and when his programming finally failed, he saw what he had become at the hands of the Mercenary Syndicate and Hammond Robotics: a walking nightmare of steel and vestigial flesh. His masters resurrected him as a simulacrum, snatching him from death’s embrace again and again and programming him to forget.

    He swore he would hunt down every last person who did this to him, but more than two centuries have passed, and they're all gone… or so he thought. The return of Hammond Robotics to the Outlands has renewed his thirst for vengeance, and he won’t stop until anybody connected to Hammond is dead. Of course, he doesn’t mind eviscerating a few of the Legends along the way. He used to need a reason to kill… but he’s not that man anymore.


    Kaleb Cross was born in 2356 somewhere in the Outlands. Cross was known as the greatest assassin the Mercenary Syndicate had ever employed. A man with no morals, Cross would effortlessly eliminate any target presented to him. Cross had a rough relationship with his father, and was possibly abused by him. [4]

    In the year 2400, a man named Bob Woods witnessed an extortion by members of the Syndicate that resulted in a man dying. Believing these actors to be rogue Syndicate members, he told his wife what he had seen, and she told him to report it to the Syndicate. However, this was an intended action by the Syndicate, and they could not risk this information getting out. Placing a target on Woods’ back, Cross was contacted to eliminate him.

    When Woods returned home that evening, he found his wife’s dismembered face in his house’s entryway, with Cross patiently waiting for him. Horrified, Woods frantically went to retrieve his children from school and left the planet for Gaea. Despite the state of mind that he and his family were safe, Woods awoke to find his children murdered by Cross. With assistance from the Gaea Global Task Force, Cross was arrested for the homicide. Soon after, the Syndicate was able to free Cross from imprisonment.

    Woods, hearing about this, plotted his revenge against Cross. Poisoning the latter’s liquor, he took his family’s slaughterer to a sewage facility and gleefully drowned him. The Syndicate immediately killed Woods for this act, quickly retrieving Cross’s body for delivery to the nearest Hammond Robotics facility. [5]

    Whether or not this is entirely true is unknown, as he was trying to scare and confuse Pathfinder when recounting stories from his old life.

    Development of Revenant[]

    Experiments quickly began to attempt to preserve Cross’s consciousness in a robotic body. Initial tests were very unsuccessful, with side effects ranging from data corruption to hysteria of the subject. Eventually, the researchers decided to mitigate this by storing Cross’s “source code”, or the biological remains of his brain, separately from the robotic body they were testing. This remote access proved successful. Despite this, the issue of data degradation upon transfer between bodies could not be resolved. [6] After twenty years of testing, the first simulacrum was brought online. [5]

    The simulacrum Revenant first booted up in 2420. For nearly three hundred years, he was used as a versatile hitman by the Mercenary Syndicate. He was the perfect assassin - one with all of the violent tendencies of Kaleb Cross, but without the mortality or limitations of a human body.

    A cult supposedly followed Revenant in the 2560's.[2]

    Season 4 Launch Trailer[]

    In 2708, Revenant was contracted to kill the notorious thief Marcos Andrade. Attacking Tenmei, a restaurant on Olympus, he swiftly and violently killed Andrade and his entourage, additionally killing his wife Alanza after she fired at him in self defense. Preparing to leave Tenmei, he walked past a mirror, sensing something was amiss when he noticed a large shard of glass lodged in his neck, as well as the lack of a tongue in his reflection. [7] The glass had damaged his Ego Retention System, a mechanism that prevented him from realizing his lack of humanity. Pulling the shard out, the illusion fell apart, showing his true robotic form. At that moment, the memories and pain of all of his deaths returned to him, a result of the corruption of so many faulty data transfers. Noticing the Hammond Robotics emblem on the back of his left hand, he shattered his reflection and swore revenge on all those who had done this to him. [8]

    This event left a single survivor - Loba Andrade, the daughter of Marcos and Alanza. [8]

    After learning of his true nature, Revenant relentlessly pursued those within the Mercenary Syndicate and Hammond Robotics. He first attacked a man named Lowell, a member of the Syndicate, who told Revenant of the mechanics of his killings. [9] He next targets a Hammond worker, who tells him of his “deaths”, “rebirths”, and memory wipes, and informs him of when his operations began - 288 years ago. [10] Finding that his creators and torturers are all long gone, he shifts the focus of his revenge - not against a specific person, but against all “skinsuits.” [11]

    Up Close and Personal[]

    Outlands TV hosts an interview with James “The Forge” McCormick, a popular new Legend who is sponsored by Hammond Robotics. At 10:02 A.M., [12] during the broadcast, McCormick is murdered by Revenant live on television. [13] OTV later issued a statement of condolences for McCormick. [12]

    Revenant continued to attack Hammond Robotics installations, including a facility outside of World’s Edge on Talos. [14] This led to a great amount of unease among Hammond employees, resulting in Syndicate officials using various loopholes to induct Revenant into the Apex Games in order to satiate his unending bloodlust. [15]

    Season 5 Launch Trailer[]

    When Loba Andrade was informed that Revenant had joined the Games, she immediately worked to join in order to exact revenge. Infiltrating a hidden facility below Skull Town on Kings Canyon, Loba discovered that it was filled with copies of Revenant’s body. Finding his source code at the center, she impulsively attempts to shoot it, causing it to be transported to a separate facility on Psamathe and activating the corps of Spectres within. Fighting her way out, she destroys the facility, causing it and Skull Town to collapse into the Duchess River. As she climbs out of the debris, she comes face to face with Revenant. [16]

    The Broken Ghost[]

    After joining the Games, Loba enlists the help of the other Legends to retrieve the pieces of an artifact from the Shadowfall dimension, where the Shadow Revenant rules. [17] Caustic enlisted himself as a mole within the group to provide Revenant with intel. [18] During their quest, Revenant shows up on multiple occasions to threaten or intimidate the Legends. After Wattson was injured during a trip to the Shadowfall realm, [19] he shows up to act menacing toward the injured Legend, while revealing that there is a traitor among the group and that he wants nothing to do with the Shadow Revenant, as he “can’t think of anything more pathetic than being King of the Skinbags.” [20] He later appears through Crypto’s drone, which was previously thought unhackable, in an attempt to frame him as the mole and to sow further distrust among the Legends. [21]

    After the legends retrieve the final piece of the artifact, Revenant follows Loba to her ship, revealing his wish to finally truly die. He proposes a deal with Loba to find his source code, allowing both to get what they have been seeking: for Revenant, death; for Loba, revenge. [22]


    One Saturday in 2733, Revenant accepted a contract from Boss Willis to retrieve a stolen communications unit from Crypto in exchange for the deactivation of his source code.[23] He attacked the Legend inside the Paradise Lounge and pursued Crypto and Mirage through the streets of Solace City. The chase eventually ended on a rooftop, where Revenant captured Crypto before Mirage escaped with the briefcase. [24]

    Revenant brought Crypto to Willis, who took them and Mirage aboard his aircraft. The ship crashed into a local hospital after a fight aboard the vessel, leveling it and burying Revenant. After most of the patients were rescued, Revenant breaks out of the rubble and impales Willis, reminding him that he had promised death. He then handed the now-damaged communications unit to Crypto.[23]

    Season 7[]

    During a meeting with Loba, she reveals that she has found Revenant’s source code. However, rather than destroying it as he wishes, she sent it through a phase runner to Gridiron, as she wants Revenant to suffer like she has. Enraged, a fight breaks out between the two, with Loba emerging victorious. As she walks away, Revenant declares that, when Loba finds something or someone she loves with all her heart, he will destroy it. [25]

    Pathfinder's Quest[]

    Revenant begrudgingly met with Pathfinder during the latter’s search for his creators. He spoke of his history as an assassin and of his unending bloodlust. Near the end of their conversation, Revenant manages to briefly convince Pathfinder that he killed his creators. [5]

    The Legacy Antigen[]

    After the Legends stopped the Medusa epidemic on Olympus, Loba was devastated to hear Bangalore say that the two are “just friends.” [26] Valkyrie, also seemingly vying for Loba’s attention, comforted her and offered to “catch [her] again.” Revenant, wanting to make good on his promise to make Loba suffer, mused over whether he would kill Bangalore or Valkyrie first. [27]

    Season 10[]

    Revenant encountered and attacked Horizon as she entered the destroyed facility beneath Skull town beneath Kings Canyon. Breaking free of his grasp, she reveals that she wishes to know how to awaken the original personality of a simulacrum, as Revenant was the first to ever do such a thing. He tells her that it was a “design flaw” that caused his awakening, and that moden simulacra hold codes within their systems that are required to bring back their original identity.

    Horizon departs in an attempt to crack these codes, and he follows. [28] Upon arriving, he attacks Ash in an attempt to kill her, fracturing her faceplate. He frames this as an act of merciful euthanasia, as he considers his knowledge of his true self to be hell. He fails, however, and Ash fully awakens to her original personality. [29]

    Season 11[]

    One evening, Revenant entered Bangalore’s apartment, wishing to strike a deal with the Legend. [30] Insisting that Jackson must be dead or in hiding, he proposes that the two pool their funds to shorten the length of the normally 20-year trip to Gridiron, allowing Bangalore to return to what’s left of her family, and likely wishing to search for his source code as well. He later engages with her once more on the Apex Games dropship, reiterating his offer.

    Soon after, he follows Loba, Valkyrie, and Jaime to a carnival, with the simulacrum setting his sights on the latter. [31]

    The Williams Sendoff[]

    Bangalore, after learning of her brother's death and breaking ties with Loba, agreed to join Revenant on a journey to Gridiron.[32]

    Season 13 Launch Trailer[]

    Revenant begrudgingly attended Bangalore's retirement party.[33] Afterwards, Bangalore backed out of their deal, much to the simulacrum's anger.

    Cosmetic Items[]


    There are a total of 68 Legend skins for Revenant; 20 Legendary, 10 Epic, 22 Rare and 16 Common.


    1. Included in the Holiday Spirit Bundle.

    1. Included in the Winged Beauty Bundle.


    Main article: Finisher


    Heirloom Set[]

    Revenant's Heirloom Set.

    The set contains:

    • Banner Pose: No Escape
    • Melee weapon skin: Dead Man's Curve
    • Intro Quip: "You don't wanna see this up close, skin bag."

    Skydive Emotes[]

    Main article: Skydive Emote


    Main article: Emote
    • Overload - Crafting Metals 1,200
    • Robotic Scourge - Crafting Metals 1,200
    • Suffering Silence - Crafting Metals 400
    • Stay Sharp - Default



    Main article: Holospray

    Music Packs[]

    Main article: Music Pack


    Main article: Transitions

    Voice lines[]



    • Revenant was teased throughout Season 3.svg Season 3 before his reveal in Season 4.svg Season 4.
      • His first appearance was as the announcer in the Shadowfall game mode. He also appeared in its promotional material, such as in the trailer as a silhouette in front of the moon.
      • When Season 4 was officially announced, the developers announced that Forge would be the next Legend added and was given lots of promotional material, only to be murdered by Revenant in the short 'Up Close and Personal'. This was later revealed to be a misdirect not just for average players, but also for data miners, which included many pieces of fake Forge data planted in the game's files. [34]
    • Revenant was conceptualized as a 'synthetic shinobi' character. Many different abilities were tested for him, including a 'Mark for Death' ability which permanently put a marker above a target's head so they could be tracked by Revenant's squad. This ability would later be altered slightly and given to Ash, another 'shinobi' type simulacrum character, as her passive.[34]
      • Earlier datamining reveals other abilities tested include a poison bomb, a decoy you could teleport to, an ability that briefly makes you faster and silent, and an ultimate that creates a doorway in a wall. Datamining also reveals his name was at one point 'Blackout'.


    • During his creation at Hammond Robotics' Project 617, Revenant was designated as Subject XAC. There were at least 7,578 trials before he was fully operational, and Spectres were likely used as his original bodies. [35]
    • When asked for a canonical explanation of Revenant's Death Totem.svg Death Totem ability, former writer Tom Casiello responded that there is a story behind it, but he couldn't say what because it is tied to a future Legend.[36]
      • Tom has since regretted saying this and explained that plans can change easily.[37]
    • Revenant feels pain, and after learning he is a simulacrum, he remembers all the previous times in which he "died" and got transferred to a new body.[38]
    • In a rare animation, Revenant will do a series of hand signs while summoning the Death Totem. The five signs are hand signs from the manga series Naruto, specifically that of Tiger → Snake → Dog → Dragon → Clap hands, the hand signs for "Summoning: Impure World Reincarnation".
      • Revenant has another animation causing him to pull out his skull and pressing in the eyes to summon Death Totem.
      • Revenant has a newer animation, his right-hand intertwines with a shadow version emerging from his wrist and they flip places when activating the totem, which is a reference to the character June Moon turning into Enchantress from 2016's Suicide Squad movie.
    • His Shadow on the Sun and Bird of Prey skins are based on the Egyptian god Ra, who was the god of the sun, order, kings, and the sky, and is depicted with a similar bird head. False Idol and Unholy Beast skins may also be based on the Egyptian god Ra; when he ruled the underworld, he would be in his Ram-Headed form. Alternatively, they may be based on Baphomet.
    • Another reference to ancient Egypt is Revenant's Death Totem.svg Death Totem, which resembles an obelisk. In ancient Egypt, the obelisk symbolized the sun god Ra.
    • In his reveal trailer, the "What are you? - Death" scene may be a reference to the beginning of "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales".
    • It is confirmed by Tom Casiello that Revenant is the tallest Legend compared to Caustic and Gibraltar.
    • Revenant's hitbox is large enough to be considered having Fortified.svg Fortified, but the developers are worried of community backlash.[39]
    • Revenant launched with Low Profile.svg Low Profile because he originally shared the same skinny hitbox as Pathfinder (who also had Low Profile at the time), but Revenant's hitbox was modified last-minute without the developers knowing.[40] Low Profile was later taken off him.
    • Revenant claims to have a kill count in the millions. However, he includes those he kills in his dreams and imagination.[41]
    • Revenant is the first simulacrum that had its original identity restored, which was originally considered an impossibility. He attributed this to being the prototype of other simulacra, and thus having various design flaws, unlike other simulacra which have additional codes to prevent their awakening. Ash, another simulacrum, had her human identity restored after having her Ego Retention Code read out to her by Horizon.
    • Revenant is the oldest Legend.
    • While under the control of the Mercenary Syndicate, Revenant had a variety of handlers, engineers, and programmers, each having different opinions on what seems "deadly," leading to his skills and designs having a variety of cultural influences. [42] [43]
    • A staff member at Hammond once attempted to rename Revenant to "Darkborne" or "Deathwish," but was quickly demoted out of the simulacrum department for these efforts. [44]
    • Due to a bug,[45] Revenant's Death Row skin incorrectly lists his initials as AC instead of KC.
    • Revenant believes that, even if all of his physical bodies were to be destroyed, his source code would find a way to keep him alive and sentient.[46]




    1. Revenant Loading Screen text “No More Lies”
    2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Pathfinder's Quest, chapter 10
    3. @tommiecas on Twitter
    4. Shadow Royale voice line - "I once had a father who talked to me like that. Once..."
    5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Pathfinder's Quest Chapter 10 - "Drowning in Darkness"
    6. Hammond test results
    7. Season 4 Loading Screen - "Mirror Images"
    8. 8.0 8.1 Season 4 Launch Trailer
    9. Season 4 Loading Screen - "The Program"
    10. Season 4 Loading Screen - "The Cycle"
    11. Season 4 Loading Screen - "No More Lies"
    12. 12.0 12.1 OTV press release
    13. Stories from the Outlands - Up Close and Personal
    14. Hammond security email
    15. Revenant entry transcript
    16. Season 5 Launch Trailer
    17. The Broken Ghost Prologue - "The Duplicitous Snake"
    18. The Broken Ghost Chapter 8 - "The Unwavering Protector"
    19. The Broken Ghost Chapter 2 - "The Detached Chaperone"
    20. The Broken Ghost Chapter 3 - "The Liberated Narc"
    21. The Broken Ghost Chapter 6 - "The Oblivious Mole"
    22. The Broken Ghost Chapter 9 - "The Broken Ghost"
    23. 23.0 23.1 Overtime Issue 4
    24. Overtime Issue 1
    25. A Worse Fate
    26. The Legacy Antigen Part 10 - "Legacy Found"
    27. The Legacy Antigen Epilogue
    28. How to Wake Up
    29. You're Not Alone
    30. Home Is Where The Hurt Is
    31. An Offer She Just Can't Refuse
    32. The Williams Sendoff Chapter 3 - "Broken Hearts Break Hearts"
    33. Season 13 Launch Trailer
    34. 34.0 34.1 It took “a little over a year” and “some pretty big gameplay changes” to create Revenant, Apex Legends design director Jason McCord says
    35. Project 617 Trial 7578
    36. Analyzing/Reacting to "Fortune's Favor" with the Respawn Devs!! (Loba Trailer Season 5 Apex Legends)
    37. Tom Casiello on Twitter
    38. Tom Casiello on Twitter
    39. Balance w/ Respawn Dev Jaybiebs & Liquid Hodsic | "The Bird's Eye" Competitive Apex Legends Podcast
    40. Carlos Pineda on Twitter
    41. Pathfinder's Quest
    42. Tom Casiello on Twitter
    43. Tom Casiello on Twitter
    44. Tom Casiello on Twitter
    45. David on Twitter
    46. FrozenFroh on Twitter
    47. Apex Legends on Twitter
    48. Apex Legends on Twitter
    49. Apex Legends on Twitter
    50. 50.0 50.1 50.2 50.3 Revenant teasers: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
    51. 51.0 51.1 51.2 Hethe Srodawa on Twitter
    52. Luca Xu on Twitter