Respawn Entertainment aren’t as generous as they have been in the past when it comes to giving players free gifts in-game, but this holiday season they’re taking a leaf out of post-Christmas Carol Scrooge’s book and being a little more festive. If you want to earn some cool in-game cosmetics during the festive period, you can get up to 15 cosmetics with this Apex Legends’ Twitch drops schedule.
Between December 26 and December 30, Apex Legends players will be able to hop onto Twitch and get their hands on a selection of loading screens, weapon charms, character skins, and more.
All you need to do is link your Apex Legends-associated EA account with your Twitch account and watch up to three hours of anyone streaming Apex Legends on the platform. So, even if you don’t fancy watching a big-name streamer during the holidays, you earn these by watching your friends and family too.
If you’re looking for specifics, here’s what you can get your hands on:
- December 26
- Noxlotl loading screen (One Hour)
- Iced Out gun charm (Two Hours)
- Aura of Vengeance Revenant skin (Three Hours)
- December 27
- Kazama loading screen (One Hour)
- Winners are Grinners holospray (Two Hours)
- Cult Classic Devotion weapon skin (Three Hours)
- December 28
- Zonotaida loading screen (One Hour)
- Ocean’s Spear gun charm (Two Hours)
- Giggle Guard Bangalore skin (Three Hours)
- December 29
- Heiro loading screen (One Hour)
- I Am Beautiful holospray (Two Hours)
- Tribal Glyph RE-45 weapon skin (Three Hours)
- December 30
- Iwamoto loading screen (One Hour)
- Packaged gun charm (Two Hours)
- Singularity Bloodhound skin (Three Hours)
It’s worth noting that it looks like these are consecutive hours of viewing, so you’re going to need to make sure you have some time free if you want to earn all the rewards. You can find out more on Apex Legends’ official site here.
Are you going to use this time to learn those heroes higher up on the Apex Legends tier list? Maybe pick up some tips on climbing the Apex Legends ranks? Whether you’re there to learn or banter, it’s worth watching some Apex Legends on Twitch this holiday season – even if it’s just on in the background.