Apex Legends leaker streams two hours of unreleased content

Joseph Pascoulis
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An Apex Legends leaker casually streamed unreleased content for Respawn’s battle royale for two hours on Twitch.

Apex Legends is almost at the halfway point for Season 13, which, according to leaks, is set to bring a new update with various content such as the Armed and Dangerous LTM and Awakening Collection Event.

Despite the Apex Legends 13.1 patch releasing this month, leakers have been eager to share the content, with one member of the community even streaming the unreleased content on Twitch.

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Apex Legends leaker AG420 streamed unreleased content from the 13.1 patch on Twitch for two hours without the stream being taken down.

The stream showed various leaked Apex Legends content, such as Lifeline’s new skin from her Stories from the Outlands trailer, the Valkyrie Heirloom, the Lifeline buffs, cosmetics for unreleased events, and more.

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At the time of writing this, the stream has still not been taken down, and players are starting to feel bad for the developers who have spent so many hours creating the content for it to be revealed by a leaker.

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Apex Legends leaks are extremely common nowadays, and there seems to be no punishment for those revealing unreleased content for the game, or perhaps Respawn are unable to find out who this leaker is.

In the comments of AlphaIntel‘s Twitter post highlighting the stream, one user states: “It’s legit the same dude every season. How does AG420 keep getting access to ENTIRE seasons of content.”

It’s unclear what Respawn are doing to counteract this issue, but leaks like this have been happening for some time now, making players think that the devs don’t care: “Guess Respawn doesn’t care at this point after the huge leak.”

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For more on Apex Legends, check out what PC and console players think about Apex Legends Mobile Season 2’s new content.

Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment

About The Author

After graduating from the University of Southampton, Joseph joined CharlieIntel as a Games Writer after a short stint of freelance journalism. Joseph enjoys most genres of games and will play anything that sparks his interest, but his expertise lies within the FPS category, specifically Apex Legends. If Joey isn't writing about games, then he's most likely playing them. You can contact Joseph at [email protected]