According to a new leak, Titans are coming to Apex Legends, courtesy of Season 9’s new Legend, unofficially known as Blisk. Apex Legends Season 8 is coming to a close soon, and the anticipation is Season 9 will add a new character named Blisk. Of course, none of this has been confirmed, but a new gameplay video has surfaced online that supposedly shows off the character and their ultimate, which lets them summon a Titan from Titanfall.
Apex Legends is giving the exciting clues
Leak seemingly reveals Blisk abilities
Firstly, An Apex Legends gameplay leak appears to have revealed the abilities for the upcoming character Kuben Blisk. Besides, it will be including an ultimate that lets the Apex Games founder call in a Titan and a “Ring Flare” tactical ability.
Secondly, Titans appear to be coming to Apex Legends… kind of.
The huge set of Apex Legends leaks were originally posted as still images by insider TheNeon_Beast. Popular battle royale data miner Biast12 shared both text & gameplay video versions soon after. Also, In both sets of leaks, it appears an upcoming character believed to be Blisk, deploys a Titan in the training yard.
Dexerto has been told the video is allegedly from a “test build.”
In the video, filmed on a Nintendo Switch, the deployed Titan sprays bullets after landing, then activates a Bloodhound-style scan as it walks behind the player. For instance, the “Auto-Titan” stops moving and self-destructs.
The ultimate reads, “Blisk summons an Auto-Titan to suppress an area.”
That said, these new Apex Legends leaks — especially the Switch gameplay video — do appear to be quite convincing. In conclusion, Keep your eyes peeled for Respawn’s reply.
The Bottom Line
For now, while these leaks are exciting, it’s worth taking them with a hefty helping of skepticism. Respawn has previously pledged to never bring Titanfall 2’s lumbering robot warriors to their battle royale, and the Apex Legends devs gave wall-running a similar red cross.
In conclusion, “It’s improbable we’d ever put wall running on a full legend,” the devs said back in Oct. 2020. “Anecdotally, people absolutely loved the constant sugar high of Titanfall multiplayer, but then also very quickly burned out on it.”