Respawn Entertainment is one of the longest-running developers to participate in the Prime Gaming service. Formerly known as Twitch Prime, this service gives players the chance to earn exclusive rewards in their favorite games simply for being an Amazon Prime member. Dozens of developers have partnered with Amazon to give their community access to these rewards; the Apex Legends team at Respawn is part of this group, and they continue to deliver exclusive content via the service.
For the month of July in 2022, Respawn has once again released a skin and other cosmetics through Prime Gaming. This time around, the cosmetics are centered around Wraith, arguably the most popular character in Apex Legends. The highlight of the Prime Gaming drop for July is the “Fleur De Lethal” Epic skin but players can also pick up some other items as well.
To see how to claim the Prime Gaming rewards for July 2022 in Apex Legends, keep reading below.
Prime Gaming rewards in Apex Legends
To start, players will need to be members of Amazon Prime, or have access to a Prime account. Once this information has been figured out, players can go to the Apex Legends Prime Gaming website and begin the process of claiming the rewards.
The bundle for July 2022 is called the “Fleur De Lethal,” and it’s viewable as soon as players visit the Apex page of Prime Gaming. Players can follow the steps below to claim the bundle and its contents:
- Click the “Claim Now” button above the bundle’s box on the Apex Prime Gaming website
- Link your Amazon account
- Link your EA account by going to its website
- Claim the bundle
- Load up Apex Legends to find the contents in your locker
The contents of the Fleur De Lethal bundle include the following:
- “Fleur De Lethal” Epic Wraith skin
- “Royale Hunter” Devotion weapon skin
- “Royal Decree” Wraith Banner Frame
The Fleur De Lethal bundle will only be available until August 18, so Apex Legends players should act fast to claim the Prime Gaming rewards.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.