Every Prize Tracker reward for Gaiden Event Week 2 in Apex Legends

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The second week of the Gaiden Event is here, and with it comes a new Prize Tracker. This prize tracker doesn’t have any skins on it, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth grinding. The Week 2 Prize Tracker still has a limited-time cosmetic on it, as well as some other non-cosmetic goodies. It also ends the Prize Tracker with one free Gaiden Event Pack. Inside will be a guaranteed Gaiden Event item (one of the 40 cosmetics introduced for the event) and two other items.

Gaiden Event Week 2 Prize Tracker Rewards

Gaiden Event Prize Tracker Week 2
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The Gaiden Event Week 2 Prize Tracker has less Battle Pass Stars as the previous week, however there are also crafting metals and unlockable packs this time around. Remember that the Weapon Charm on this Prize Tracker can only be earned via gameplay, and will not be available after the event. Here is every reward for the Gaiden Event Week 2 Prize Tracker, along with what point value they are unlocked at.

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Gaiden Pack (Rare Event Pack) | 3,000 points

Gaiden Pack
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OK (Epic Holo-spray) | 1,500 points

OK Nessie Holo-Spray
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Non-Cosmetic Rewards

  • Rare Apex Pack (1,000 points)
  • 25 Crafting Metals (250, 2,000 points)
  • 10 Battle Pass Stars (500 points)
  • 3 Battle Pass Stars (750, 1,250, 2,500 points)

The Gaiden Event Week 1 Prize Tracker is available from July 26 until August 2. After August 2, the rewards will no longer be unlockable, and will not return. Event points can only be earned through gameplay via completely daily challenges.

You will need to earn 3,000 points in order to unlock all rewards on the Gaiden Event Week 2 Prize Tracker. The Prize Tracker for Week 1 of the Gaiden Event is no longer available.

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