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Apex Legends has officially released its winter event, Holo-Day Bash. The event features everyone’s favorite holographic Legend Mirage and brings tons of content to Apex Legends. Mirage will be taking over the Supply Ship and turning it into the “Mirage Voyage.” Along with the Town Takeover, the Winter Express Limited Time Mode (LTM) is also arriving with the Holo-Day Bash event. We currently don’t have an end date for the event, but it will presumably run into the new year. It’s available now for all players across every system.
Holo-Day Bash comes to Apex Legends
This event has been rumored and leaked for a couple of weeks. However, we didn’t know how Holo-Day Bash would work in terms of the various events. On one hand, we have the Mirage Town Takeover, which we now know takes place on the Supply Ship, which is docked on the western side of the map.
Although, we also receive the Winter Express LTM, which takes place on the train that moves around World’s Edge. The mode’s rules are fairly simple: “Capture the objective or be the last squad alive.” The mode features set class loadouts for you to choose, which is a change-up for the battle royale genre as a whole.
You got bamboozled! Admit it, I totally had you fooled but no hard feelings, ok? That was all so I could get your attention and invite you to my amazing Holo-day Bash! And guess what? It starts…right now!
— Apex Legends (@PlayApex) December 13, 2019
Each Legend comes with a primary weapon, being an LMG or AR, and usually a Wingman as a secondary. All of the weapons have varying attachments on them to improve the weapon, but none are severely overpowered.
Lastly, some new skins arrive with the winter event. The images for each holiday-themed skin were leaked a couple of days ago, so go check out our post for images of those. Some of the Holo-Day Bash skins, especially Octane’s Rudolph outfit, are some of the best in Apex Legends.
You can hop in right now and play the Winter Express LTM as well as enjoy Mirage’s Town Takeover. Make sure to keep up with Daily Esports for all of your Apex Legends coverage.
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.