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Apex Legends Mobile: How to unlock the all-new Legend Ash

Unlocking the latest legend in the game!

Ash, the new exclusive Legend for mobile, has arrived and is waiting to dominate the Apex Games. Players are incredibly excited about the new Legend and are interested in seeing how it works compared to the other Legends. All the initial nine Legends can be unlocked by leveling up in the game, but that is not the case for the new releases of Fade, Loba, Rhapsody, Crypto and Ash. In this article, we have mentioned two ways to unlock Ash in Apex Legends Mobile.

How to unlock Ash in Apex Legends Mobile

1. Battle Pass

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This is the only way to grab hold of the brand-new legend for free-to-play players. Ash can be unlocked with 10 Ash fragments, and players can get exactly that from the free Battle Pass rewards. The Ash pieces are present in Free Battle Pass tiers 1, 9, 13, 17 and 25, with each mentioned tier containing two Ash fragments.

2. Syndicate Gold

Players can go to the details of the Legend, click on Unlock and purchase him using Syndicate Gold. Syndicate Gold is an in-game currency, which can only be purchased with real-life money. If players have insufficient Syndicate Gold, they can be bought from the Store, using their preferred mode of payment.

Final Thoughts

By providing fair options to unlock Ash for the free-to-play players, they will definitely make use of this opportunity and begin the grind to catch hold of the new Legend.

Ash is completely worth the grind, for his skill set and abilities, would be something new to ponder upon. To get to Tier 25 in the Battle Pass quicker, players must play more ranked and BR games and complete the seasonal missions and challenges on the go to receive more Battle Pass points.

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