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The hype for Season 6 of Apex Legends is starting to heat up, as new teasers are now live on World’s Edge. While there’s nothing too specific, there’s enough to get fans speculating on what Respawn Entertainment could be planning for the new installment. Last month, we found a teaser that hinted at Hammond Robotics, Apex Legends‘ main villain, constructing something near The Dome. However, these new teasers are a bit more ominous and could mean a few different things. Although, the most popular theory is the confirmation of Rampart as the next legend.
Apex Legends confirming Rampart in Season 6?
The teasers found today are scattered in various parts of the World’s Edge map. Most commonly, they’re located on large signs and feature some kind of spray-painted word or phrase. As of right now, it seems that Kings Canyon doesn’t have any teasers, only World’s Edge.
These spray-painted words and phrases are ominous, as mentioned above. There’s some familiarity in the teasers, but not enough to fully confirm anything for Season 6. Down below, you can see a few of the spray-painted signs courtesy of @Apex_Intel.
— Apex Legends INTEL (@apex_intel) August 5, 2020
One sign has the phrase “All Hail Sheila,” which is a complete mystery to the community. Though, the other two feature a fancy “R” symbol, which some believe is a hint towards Rampart joining Apex Legends in Season 6.
However, thanks to some keen-eyed fans, the R is actually a familiar sight in Apex Legends. The same symbol is found on a few different weapon skins in the game, as shown below.
While this doesn’t completely dismiss Rampart being involved, it is an interesting development. At this time, it’s hard to truly speculate with the information we currently have. Although, there is one thing we can confirm with near certainty, which is Sprays are coming with the Season 6 update. Like in Fortnite, Sprays can be equipped while in-game and used to graffiti the ground, a wall, etc. Presumably, Sprays will be featured in some way on the new Battle Pass.
There will likely be more teasers in the coming days, so stay tuned to Daily Esports for those updates and all Apex Legends news.
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.