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Where To Find Bloodhound's White Raven In Apex Legends

"Apex Legends" has been steadily adding new content to the game and going beyond just Battle Royale. One of the new ways to play the game introduces a bit more lore to the story. The Apex Chronicles: Old Ways, New Dawn event is just the first part of incorporating lore, and it revolves around Bloodhound. Players that want to start the event will have to queue up in a non-ranked Battle Royale game on the map World's Edge, since that's where Bloodhound is actually from. Gamers must play as Bloodhound in order to complete any of the event chapters.

Bloodhound's event has multiple chapters to go through, and players can continue wherever they left off in another game. EA specifically pointed out that there are different routes around the map so that players' paths won't be crossing faced with a horde of Bloodhounds at once. In order to start the event, players have to look for a white raven. However, World's Edge is pretty big, so finding the elusive raven isn't exactly an easy task.

The white raven in World's Edge

Shrutgal, a popular "Apex Legends" player, compiled the 15 different starting locations of the white raven. Additionally, Redditor thedutchlegion created a guide for anyone that prefers video walkthroughs. Luckily, there are only three main areas where the raven will appear, so all you need to do is drop in one of those locations and do a quick search.

All of the locations are in Skyhook, Countdown, and The Epicenter. Just be careful heading to any of them — other players are more than likely going to be trying to complete the event on their own, and no one wants to miss out because of a chaotic shootout. While the raven's locations aren't all in the same place, they're not that distant from each other, and players can easily navigate between spots if they need to.

While the raven isn't in one exact location, make sure to loop up when searching. The bright white raven stands out compared to the geography of the map, but it can be difficult to look around at times when you're worried about enemies ending your game before you even started.

The Bloodhound event added a new depth to the game, making "Apex Legends" even more worth it to play in 2021. Fans will have to wait to see what characters are featured next as the Apex Chronicles series continues.