Apex Legends FF Event Packs Lost Fix

If your Apex Legends FF Event Packs are gone, don’t worry. We have a solution! Apex Legends and Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth crossover event is now live! This strange collaboration brings many FF-themed cosmetics to the popular battle royale title, including skins for Wattson, Crypto, Wraith, and other Legends. However, some players have issue with the Apex FF Event Packs Lost bug. If you are one of them, here’s what we know about this, and how it can be fixed.

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Apex Legends FF Event Packs Lost Fix
Apex Legends FF Event Packs Lost Fix

Apex Legends Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth Event Packs Lost Fix

The Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth crossover event in Apex Legends is probably not something many people had on their bingo cards for 2024. Nevertheless, it’s here, and we have to admit that it is actually a rather fun experience. Time-limited gameplay elements such as Materia Hop-Ups and the legendary Buster Sword R2R5 are fun and refreshing, while FF-inspired skins are well-designed and nice to look at.

As is usual with these kinds of events, some cosmetics can be unlocked while progressing through the event, while others will only be available through event packs. Naturally, many fans of both games were extremely excited. Unfortunately, many players have also experienced a rather unpleasant moment at the event’s start. Namely, if you leave the FF pack opening screen before opening all of your event packs, they will seemingly disappear. Why is this happening, and can it be fixed?

We have good news for you! Namely, this is not a bug. That is, you didn’t lose your Apex Legends FF Event Packs. Rather, if you don’t open them all before leaving the pack screen, they will simply open automatically. Hence, you didn’t lose any of them. The items from them were added to your inventory in the background. And that’s all you need to know about this issue. Have fun during the event!

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