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Apex Legends: How to Get Valentine’s Day Items

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Respawn has made a huge splash with their new Titanfall-inspired battle royale title, Apex Legends. The game has been able to overtake Fortnite on Twitch, and has even grossed more than 10 million players in just three days. The game is a huge success, and now players are hankering for more.

Lucky for them, Respawn has delivered the first batch of themed event items, and in this case three Valentine’s Day items are now out. Those items are a badge, weapon skin, and banner frame. One of these Valentine’s Day items can be earned in-game while the other two are solely available through the Apex Legends Store using Apex Coins.

The unique Epic The Through the Heart skin for the Longbow and the Legendary Love of the Game banner frame for Pathfinder are only sold for Apex Coins through the Apex Store in-game. This means you’ll have to spend real money to get them, luckily there are multiple price points for Apex Coins which can be bought to afford these new skins. The Coins are sold in bundles of 1,000 ($10), 2,000 ($20), 4,000 ($40), 6,000 ($60), and 10,000 ($100).

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In total, these two items together cost 2,200 Coins if you want both of them, so that means you will need to spend a minimum of $30 if you want both new skins.

There is a way around this though, with the Starter Pack. The $5 pack contains 600 Coins, so combining that with the $20 Coin pack can make the new skins a little cheaper. Although if you’ve already bought the Starter bundle, you’ll still need to spend $30.

These Valentine’s Day items are only available in Apex Legends from February 13th through February 19th.

Apex Legends is available now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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