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Apex Legends Season 13 teasers hint at arrival of huge sea monster

Apex Legends Season 13 is coming and evidence is mounting that could suggest a huge sea monster is going to hit Storm Point on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC

Apex Legends Season 13 Teasers Sea Monster: An image of Crypto from an Apex Legends short and the Radar from the latest teaser

Apex Legends is just getting weirder and weirder – and we love it. We’re still weeks away from the Apex Legends Season 13 release date, but that hasn’t stopped Respawn Entertainment from teasing what’s coming to the popular battle royale shooter on social media. There are a lot of questions that still need answering, but fans think that the latest Apex Legends Season 13 teasers hint at the arrival of a monstrous sea monster – that’ll sure make the Apex Games a little more interesting, won’t it?

Last month, eagle-eyed Apex Legends players started spotting towering Leviathans wading in the waters around Storm Point – the latest map to be released. ‘NamelessWinters’ shared a screenshot on ApexUncovered, a subreddit focused on Apex Legends’ teasers and leaks.

This isn’t the first time players have seen Leviathans stomping around an Apex Legends map, but the recent teasers suggest that something a lot bigger is on the horizon. With a fast-moving anomaly on the scanners and huge underwater seismic activity readings, they might just be right.

Apex Legends’ first Season 13 teaser was shared online on April 6 and, as you can see below, it shows a warning for a “deep sea seismic event” with the caption “It’s probably just an equipment malfunction.” At first, this could mean an underwater earthquake as much as it could mean a sea monster – however, the second teaser is much more telling.

Apex Legends’ second Season 13 teaser, which was shared on April 13, shows the radar detection of a huge anomaly. If you look closely above the “anomaly detected” text, you can actually see the radar pings for the two Leviathans that have been spotted off the coast of Storm Point.

The difference in size between the two Leviathan radar pings and the new strange anomaly is enough to suggest that whatever is headed to Storm Point is huge – Leviathans are reported to be around 400 metres tall.

Apex Legends’ next major update is expected to be released around May 10, so we’re still a little ways off finding out what’s really going on. Be sure to keep an eye on the PlayApex Twitter account for the latest teasers from Respawn Entertainment. If you’re wondering who’s joining the Apex Games alongside the mysterious anomaly, then check out all the latest Apex Legends character leaks here.