An Apex Legends Cookbook is coming this month

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Yup, you read that right. The folks at Respawn Entertainment, Electronic Arts, and Insight Editions are cooking something up (literally) with the Apex Legends IP and it is not exactly what you would think for it to be. Squad up and cook some dishes with the official Apex Legends Cookbook dropping on October 18, 2023. 

If there’s anything a rat from Disney has taught us, it is that anyone can cook. And now, that includes gamers! Releasing a cookbook tied to a game is no revolutionary concept. Franchises like Assassin’s Creed, Destiny, Halo, and The Elder Scrolls have all dipped their spatulas into this idea. 

There are moments where it would make sense given how many of these in-game universes have some pretty enticing-looking dishes such as Skyrim’s Sweet Rolls, or Destiny’s obsession with ramen. But there are cases that do seem odd and yet, work in a more amusing way. While I can’t say that I’ve had the pleasure of trying out each one, it is great to see studios flesh out their IPs in more unexpected ways. Besides, who doesn’t like food?

Apex Legends Cookbook

The Apex Legends Cookbook is no slouch of a culinary piece of literature. Fans of the game will know that a number of the loading screens feature a number of dishes. If you were wondering what they would all taste like, now’s your chance. 

Honestly, the dish names alone make the Apex Legends Cookbook worth checking out. Put on your chef’s hat for Mirage’s “Glazed Pork Chops” and quite possibly my favorite amongst the confirmed ones so far, Lifeline’s “Pas Me Dat Suga.” There are over 70 easy-to-make recipes ranging from breakfast, entrees, lunch, dinner, desserts, appetizers, drinks, baked goods, soups, and a lot more. You probably can live off of this one cookbook alone while you try to chase that elusive Apex Predator rank. 

The Apex Legends Cookbook will be available for pre-order for $34.99 USD on the Play Apex Shop and Amazon. It’ll have localized editions for North America, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Spain, China, Japan, Brazil and Russia.