Apex Legends: Why were Valentines Day Skins Removed?

Apex Legends is keeping things interesting with quick updates but players are wondering why some of Valentines Day skins disappeared. Keep on reading to find out.

The game has been gaining traction since its release two weeks ago. They’ve been quickly updating the game fixing the problems and glitches as well as adding in some interesting Easter Eggs. Similarly, the also had plan for Valentines Day for which they released Valentines Day themed items. Unfortunately, some of the Valentines Day skins were removed after a short period of time.

Why were the Valentines Day skins disabled in Apex Legends?

The developers decided to surprise the players with Valentines Day themed items for all. Unfortunately, the developers found some unexpected issues which forced them into disabling some of the skins. Respawn also updated their twitter page to address the issue by clarifying that “We discovered an unfortunate issue with the Through the Heart Valentines DMR skin, Gibraltar’s Daemon Hunter and Neural Net skins that are causing crashes on Xbox One,” they said. “We’ve disabled the skins while we investigate“.

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This was unfortunate for Apex Legends that they had to remove Valentines Days skins. However, it can also be considered impressive how they reacted quickly and removed the skins along with explaining why the Valentines Day skins were disabled in Apex Legends on twitter.

When will the Valentines Day skins be returned to store in Apex Legends?

Although, the developer did not update on how long it will take them to fix the issue. Never the less, it has been observed that the developer have been quick with updates and fixes. So, the players can expect the removed Valentines Day skins in Apex Legends returned to the store very soon.

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

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