Apex Legends Season 9: Legacy Arenas Flash event: Skins, schedule, more

Joseph Pascoulis
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The second installment for Apex Legends’ Arenas Flash event has finally landed, offering some new rewards for players to get their hands on.

After a recent new update for Season 9: Legacy, which fixed Wattson’s fence bug, Valkyrie’s ultimate, and added an abandonment penalty for Arenas, the 3v3 mode gains its second Flash event, which has more rewards than the last.

As predicted by dataminers, the last Arenas Flash event was dropped on May 11 but didn’t feature a reward tracker. This time, the event is back and features even more rewards than the last. Let’s take a look at what players can earn.

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What is the Apex Legends Arenas Flash event?

The Arenas Flash event is a limited-time event that lasts one week, featuring Arenas only challenges for players to complete and gain prizes in the reward tracker. The event has three installments, May 11, May 25, and June 8.

As stated by dataminers, the second installment on May 25, which is available now, is the biggest, with more rewards than the other installments.

May 25 Apex Legends Arenas Flash event reward tracker

Unlike the Flash events on May 11 and June 8, the May 25 event has a larger reward tracker with Wattson, Bloodhound, and Eva-8 skins for players to obtain.

On top of this, players can also get two Apex Packs, one of which has a guaranteed Epic rarity item.

By completing the set Arenas challenges that players can view on the lobby screen, players will receive a certain number of points. The points needed to complete the reward tracker are set at 5,000, so make sure you’re playing Arenas throughout the week.

Please note that Arenas Flash is not an heirloom collection event, so don’t expect there to be an abundance of skins and a new heirloom.

Kawaii Voltage Wattson skin

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Bright Plumage

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Playing Koi

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These are all the cosmetics available in the Arenas Flash event on May 25.

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About The Author

Joseph is a Senior Writer at CharlieIntel, specializing in shooters such as Call of Duty, Apex Legends, Fortnite, and Overwatch. He also enjoys Souls-likes, the Resident Evil franchise, and Tekken. After writing for KeenGamer, he joined CharlieIntel in 2021. If Joseph isn't writing about games, he's most likely playing them. You can contact him at [email protected].

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