Apex Legends' next Collection Event, System Override, is almost upon us. Starting on March 3, players will be able to dabble in the new Limited Time Mode, Deja Loot, try out a new type of equipment and unlock more rewards in the event prize track.
System Override's headline attraction is Deja Loot, a new LTM that has fixed loot. Instead of your weapon loadout being at the mercy of RNG, all loot will spawn in the same location throughout the event.
Deja Loot will hit World's Edge on March 3, but for the second week it will be moving to Kings Canyon, Apex Legends' original map. If you've been missing the classic map, you'll be able to revisit all your old haunts, but there's no word on whether or not it will be sticking around after the event. It also reappeared last weekend, so even if it vanishes again we'll likely see it reappear before too long.
The Evo Shield starts out as weaker than a Common Body Shield, but doing damage to other players makes it beefier, to the point where it's stronger than a purple shield. Progress carries over if you kill someone and loot the shield, too, and it's possible to identify how strong a player's shield is by its colour. The shield is exclusive to the Deja Loot event, but Respawn will consider adding it to the rest of the game.
Apex Legends' System Override event will begin on 3 March 2020 and conclude on 17 March 2020.