Apex Legends’ Imperial Guard Collection Event has arrived on March 7, 2023, bringing with it a whole new playlist in the form of a mixtape and a dazzling assortment of seasonal cosmetics.
This article serves as a detailed guide to everything you need to know about the Imperial Guard Collection event in Apex Legends.
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List of Songs for a Mixtape
Team Deathmatch, Control, and Gun Run are now permanently included on Mixtape, a new permanent playlist. This is ideal for players who want to refine their skills in a non-Battle Royale setting while also experimenting with some novel additions to the gameplay.
As of March 7th, 2023, Custom Matches now features Mixtapes modes as well. The following are the updated minimums for each available option to initiate a match:
- Battle Royale Mode requires at least 30 players to begin.
- There must be 12 players in order to begin Team Deathmatch.
- Number of players required to activate Control Mode: 6
- Minimum number of players to start Gun Run: 6
The Imperial Guard Event Collection
Twenty-four unique cosmetics, including Legendary skins for Wraith, Gibraltar, Loba, and more, are available for a short time only during this event.
Over the length of the Imperial Guard Collection Event, all 24 items can be purchased using Apex Coins or Crafting Metals, or obtained in special event packs. As the event’s crafting costs have been lowered, you now have a better chance of making every item.
The prices of all Crafting Metal goods at the event have been cut in half (e.g. Legendaries that would have cost 2,400 will be reduced to 1,200). All of the Collection Event’s products can now be crafted for 50% off their normal Crafting Metals cost. As a result, the cost to acquire Wraith’s Hope Dawn Kunai during this Collection Event is reduced by 50% compared to that of other similar events.
You can unlock new animations, VFX, color variants, a Mythic emote, and a Mythic Banner by purchasing the new Hope’s Dawn Kunai set. If you already own the classic Kunai, you will receive the updated animations and VFX created for Hope’s Dawn at no additional cost, and you will have the option to equip either version in your equipment menu.
Face your threats with pride in the Imperial Guard Collection Event! Show off your prowess in Mixtape and unlock cosmetics to receive the “Hope’s Dawn” Heirloom 💫
Check it out when it lands on March 7.
— Apex Legends (@PlayApex) March 2, 2023
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Frequently asked questions
Can you convert Apex Coins to crafting Metals?
Although Apex Coins can't be used to purchase Crafting Metals outright, the only way to get some is to open packs. The Crafting Metal found in these packs can be found in four different rarities: Metalworking skill level 15 is the norm.
What should I use crafting Metals for in Apex?
In Apex Legends, players can use Crafting Metals to buy in-game cosmetics. Using Crafting Metals grants instant access to newly added cosmetics including Legend skins, Banners, Quips, Trackers, and Finishers. Check the upper right corner of your screen to see how many Crafting Metals you have.