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What is the Apex Legends season 20 map rotation?

Here's the new order of operations.

Apex Legends’ season 20, Breakout, featured the return of a fan favorite POI, remastered and reimagined as a Mixtape map, alongside updates to Museum on World’s Edge and changes to the standard map rotation.

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Apex has featured five playable battle royale maps in its five-year lifespan, with Broken Moon as the newest addition in November 2022. However, while every map is accessible in the custom game browser, not all are featured in the pubs and ranked rotation each season. Respawn Entertainment changes the map rotation with each major adjustment to the scenery.

Starting in season 16, Apex’s live map rotation was thrust into the spotlight as Respawn made sweeping changes to the ranked playlist to accommodate the seasonal map rotation. Instead of one map for entire splits, three will rotate at a time—every 24 hours in ranked and roughly every hour in pubs.

Not sure if your favorite map is currently in rotation? We’ve got you covered. Here is the map rotation in Apex Legends season 20 for all game modes.

All Apex Legends season 20 maps in rotation for pubs and ranked

The new Monument and Museum POI on World's Edge, as part of Apex's Season 17 and 20 map updates.
New exhibits, new loot, all in one central location. Image via Respawn Entertainment

The map rotation for season 20. The maps for Trios and Duos are now as follows:

  • Broken Moon
  • Storm Point
  • Olympus

Despite Season 20 bringing one significant map change to World’s Edge, the iconic map and the newly updated Monument and Museum POIs have been rotated out for Broken Moon after being missing from the pubs map pool for three seasons. Olympus also returns to standard map rotation after two seasons, replacing King’s Canyon in standard and ranked modes.

The map rotation for season 20. The maps for Ranked are now as follows:

  • World’s Edge
  • Storm Point
  • Olympus

Despite Broken Moon’s return to the standard map pool, the Ranked map rotation has stayed the same, but will likely change with the upcoming Split Reset on April 2.

All Apex Legends season 20 maps in rotation for Mixtape

The iconic Apex Predator skull mountain from the Thunderdome Mixtape map.
Thunderdome is featured in all game modes and is already a fan favorite. Image via Respawn Entertainment

Season 20 features the new Thunderdome map, the biggest map introduced to the Mixtape playlist, which features three main lanes and three levels of elevation, allowing multiple different strategies of attack and defense when playing on any of the three core game modes.

Here is the current map rotation for Control, Gun Run, and Team Deathmatch in the Mixtape Playlist of Apex Legends:

Control

  • Storm Point: Barometer
  • Broken Moon: Production Yard
  • Thunderdome

Team Deathmatch

  • World’s Edge: Monument
  • Storm Point: Zeus Station
  • Thunderdome

Gun Run

  • World’s Edge: Monument
  • King’s Canyon: Skulltown
  • Thunderdome

The new rotations, as well as the system updates to Legend armor and the Legend upgrades for all 25 playable characters, are available in Apex now across all platforms.


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