Finally, the Broken Ghost quest from Apex Legends season 5 has ended. The recently ended season was packed with PvE encounters, which were somewhat lacklustre. Majority of players appreciated the challenges, and hopefully, it will help create relevant quests in the future. It has already been teased that in season 6, Bangalore is going to be on spotlight for quests, and according to this, there is still a high chance that Broken Ghost is not entirely over yet.
In the upcoming season 6, there are two significant details about Broken Ghost coming out. There will be an all-new map release based on the Olympus, which is the home of Octane and Lifeline. Along with it, Ash is also coming into the game. Some of the players are curious about who is Ash, what her existence would mean in the Apex Legends season 6?
Who is Ash?
Ash is an enemy that players will encounter at the time of the campaign of the Titanfall 2. Before being put into the robot body, she was an elite pilot, and later on, she became a Simulacrum just like Revenant. She decided to join the Kuben Blisk and Apex Predators There was a moment when she was defeated and was rebuilt by the Vinson Dynamics with no past memory.
She is also described as calculating and cold with the monotone vocal. She is a completely opposite character from Revenant’s attitude and playstyle. She isn’t the one who reveals her feelings easily and also does not like to play with her target. She has some sense of honour and her own way of fighting with her enemies. Even though Vinson Dynamics rebuilt her, she still has some honour in her that makes her more humble than before.
Apex Legends: What Abilities Would Ash Have?
Right now, the necessary thing to check out is the availability of class and then which niche she could get. Currently, in Apex Legends there are a total of 3 tank classes (Caustic, Gibraltar, and Wattson), 5 assault classes (Bangalore, Octane, Revenant, Mirage, and Wraith), 3 recon classes (Bloodhound, Pathfinder, and Crypto), and 2 support classes (Loba, and Lifeline).
It seems like Ash could be a recon class. Jetpack and skydive ability could be a new tactical offensive move. Another possibility of the character move is from Titanfall: Assault, where Ash is a playable character. In the game, Ash uses the Vortex Shield to block the front damage but getting attacked from behind damages her. Through the shield, she can operate the robots. If the company decides to expand the character even more, then she could be another tank class character. So until the release of season 6, right now, players can only guess what’s going to happen.