When will Kings Canyon and Olympus return in Apex Legends?

After Apex Legends Season 13 debuts, Kings Canyon will be on hold for a while, but when will it return to the game?

As with every new season in Apex Legends, the game’s map rotation is set for a major shake-up. This time, that means removing Kings Canyon to thaw wintry World’s Edge for a while and letting tropical-themed Storm Point spend its time in the sun.

For players hoping to experience the classic Apex map, it’ll be a long time before we see it back in-game, but Respawn has a good reason for taking it away for so long.

When is Kings Canyon back in Apex Legends?

Aerial view of King's Canyon from Apex Legends
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King’s Canyon is the game’s original map, and while it’s been updated since its release, it still remains the classic Apex Legends experience.

Kings Canyon will be removed at the beginning of Season 13 and will not return until Season 14 at the earliest.

There’s also no official return date, but we do know it won’t be in the rotation for the first part of the season, according to the Saviors patch notes

Various versions of Kings Canyon have previously returned in LTMs such as B. Shadowfall, but unless Respawn comes up with something special for its original battlefield, players won’t see it for a while.

Keep in mind that map rotation changes are usually announced through the game’s official channels just before a new split or season is released. So if you’re looking for updates, come back here when it’s time to get ready for Season 13 Split 2.

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