Apex Legends Season 1 is live now and with it comes the Apex Legends Battle Pass. As in other similar games, you can level up through Tiers, right up to Apex Legends Tier 100. You earn XP every time you play a match, earning more for kills, wins, and such. How many hours to complete the Apex Legends Battle Pass, though? Read on to discover how long it should take for you to get to Tier 100 in Apex Legends.
Apex Legends Tier 100 | How long does it take to complete the Battle Pass?
While it will take different players different numbers of hours to complete the Apex Legends Season 1 Battle Pass, we do have official word from the developers on an approximate length of time. Thanks to this Reddit thread, we know that it should take around 100 hours to reach Tier 100 in Apex Legends. Across the 90-day Season, this means just over an hour spent on the game every day. This should be around 25 percent quicker than going from Player Level 1-100.
Of course, it’s more complicated than simply playing Apex Legends for just over an hour every day. It should according to a Respawn developer, it should take around 100 hours to complete the Battle Pass if you have bought the Battle Pass, used all the XP bonuses, and bagging yourself a few kills.
If you take a look at our Apex Legends Battle Pass Tiers guide, you’ll see that every so often, you will be awarded with XP bonuses for reaching a new Tier Level. It turns out that you’ll reach new levels quicker if you buy the Battle Pass, rather than playing through it for free. Once you have the XP bonuses going, “you get 6XP/sec for surviving… so that’s 1.3 hours/level if you do literally nothing in the match but live and never do a point of damage.”
If you bought the Battle Pass and make use of the XP bonuses while getting a few kills and wins, you should be able to complete the Season 1 Battle Pass in around 100 hours. Don’t be surprised if it takes longer, however. There are several variables in play here.