How to get Ash’s heirloom in Apex Legends

Ash is the latest Legend to receive an heirloom in Apex Legends. That’s how you deserve it.

As part of Apex Legends’ new Sun Squad Collection event, players can get their hands on a brand new heirloom for Ash, everyone’s favorite simulacrum – the Strongest Link heirloom. Ash’s heirloom takes on the appearance of some fancy, electrifying nunchucks. Most of the Ash leads assumed the legend would get a sword since she’s known for wielding one, but these nunchucks have retractable blades to keep the theme going.

As with any heirloom obtainable in Apex Legends, there are a few ways to obtain it. But of course it won’t be cheap. Here’s how to earn Ash’s Strongest Link heirloom.

The most notable way to get your hands on Ash’s Heirloom in Apex Legends is to purchase all 24 limited-time event cosmetics from the Sun Squad Collection. This includes legendary skins for Ash, Mirage, Fuse, and more. This collectible event runs from March 28th to April 11th, so players have two weeks to get them all.

Each of the 24 items can be purchased with Apex Coins, crafting metals, or Sun Squad event packs. Additionally, the in-game shop also has two limited-time offers offering skins and event packs at a reduced price of Apex Coins.

If you can’t manage to unlock Ash’s Heirloom by purchasing all of the limited-time cosmetics before the end of the event, or aren’t too keen on dropping the grand total of all 24 items, you can purchase it from the Mythic Store instead.

Purchasing Ash’s Strongest Link Heirloom costs 150 Heirloom Shards, which can be obtained through Apex Packs or other limited-time heirloom shard gathering events. If you’re already sitting on some heirloom chips, now might be the time to spend them. How to get Ash’s heirloom in Apex Legends

Greg Norman

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