What is the Node Tracker Takeover in Apex Legends

Track down those Computer Nodes!

The Node Tracker Takeover in Apex Legends is a special activity to participate in during the Neon Network Collection Event. The Neon Tracker Collection Event will run from July 25, 2023, to August 8, 2023, and will feature the Node Tracker Takeover, Valkyrie's Prestige Skin, 24 collection items, and more.

What are Computer Nodes in Apex Legends?

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To participate in the Node Tracker Takeover, jump into any non-ranked Battle Royale match and use a Node Tracker to find locations to hack into to receive exclusive rewards. During the match, your Node Tracker will ping locations on the map for you to travel to and collect Computer Nodes.

Here are all the rewards you can get and how many Computer Nodes they cost:

  • Epic Loba Skin - 7,000 Computer Nodes
  • Epic R-301 Skin - 5,000 Computer Nodes
  • Charm and Neon Network Pack - 4,000 Computer Nodes
  • Epic Banner Frame - 3,000 Computer Nodes
  • Epic Holospray - 3,000 Computer Nodes
  • Battle Pass Level (Repeatable) - 2,000 Computer Nodes

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Computer Nodes are the new currency used in the Neon Network Collection Event in Apex Legends. Once you collect the Computer Nodes in a non-ranked Battle Royale match, you will then be rewarded after the match to spend in the Rewards Shop.

There are three Charm and Neon Network Pack bundles to collect in the Rewards Shop, and the Battle Pass Level reward is only unlocked after purchasing all items in the Rewards Shop. Once you purchase all items, you will be able to purchase a Battle Pass level as many times as you want while the event is running.

Collecting Computer Nodes will also unlock the Neon Network Badges. Collecting 30,000 Computer Nodes will unlock all four badges for the event.

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Bishop Lister is a writer and sports data analyst covering video games since 2019 after graduating from Arizona State University with a bachelor's in Sports Business, minoring in Digital Media Literacy. Bishop enjoys covering RPGs, sports, fighting, strategy titles, and FPS titles, with a focus on Apex Legends.

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