Apex Legends has seen some controversy recently with the addition of Seer, who is seen as one of the most overpowered operatives available. However, recent patches have dialed back his power, and the most recent update has focused on other things altogether, mainly small fixes.
Season 10 of Apex Legends is right around the corner, and it will feature the addition of a new Legend known as Seer. As Seer’s name suggests, he is a legend built around the idea of keeping track of enemy positions and ensuring that you have all of the intel possible on where they are and where they’re going.
Apex Legends has a new update coming up, and while Respawn hasn’t mentioned much about it though leakers have also provided some info to the community. From what we’ve seen so far, we can expect to see the Worlds Edge map get updated due to a cataclysmic event that’s about to happen, changing up some POIs.
Apex Legends’ update 1.69 has shown us that Respawn is still listening to the fans, and a long-awaited fix is finally here. Wattson’s electric fences once again have the ability to significantly slow enemies, and though they may not do that much damage, they will certainly snare your opponents with ease.
Apex Legends is a free-to-play BR game that manages to stand out despite being in one of the most saturated genres in recent years. It is developed by Respawn Entertainment, the same studio behind the acclaimed Titanfall series.
Apex Legends is the midchild in the family of PUBG
You can support the game by purchasing the battle pass or buying the premium currency in order to unlock cosmetic skins. You will still be able to unlock almost everything in the game simply by accumulating wins.
The most popular game mode is trios where there 60 players composed of 20 teams of three. Players may form a team of friends or be paired with other players at random. There are 16 unique characters, each with their own playstyle, though it is current forbidden to play duplicate heroes.
As is the case in most BR games, players drop from a high altitude before the ring begins to close. The jumpmaster is responsible for guiding the initial take-off before allowing the squad to diverge slightly before touching ground.
The map is full of chests with various loot items of varying rarity. The pinging system is perhaps the most intuitive out of any game, with almost any interactable game asset to be clearly highlighted visually and with a sound cue. This makes the game somewhat more playable with random team mates than other BRs.
The dynamic movement mechanics allows you to “wall-ride” and gain momentum by slide jumping. There are other already-present movement interactables such as zip-lines though these can also be created anywhere with one of the characters.
The map’s battlefield shrinks over time, forcing the players to a point of singularity, as is the case in almost all BR titles. If caught outside the safe zone, players take damage over time and can even be killed.
To win, one must claim the title of "Apex Champions" by surviving with no other teams alive. Every win gives players the largest sum of every point needed to progress various titles, skins and other things. While you will get these points regardless of where you place on the scoreboard, the winning team gets a much heftier amount and is also put ahead in getting certain elite cosmetics.
Apex does have a revive system for downed players. When a player is killed, they are allowed to spectate their remaining team members until their respawn flag is deposited at a beacon.
This last aspect will be very important, as it is here that your teammates will be able to see when you are cheating.
Respawn regularly bans massive waves of players for cheating, as it has infested the title pretty much since launch. There are many measures in place to deal with hacking, but the primary one is still manual human reporting of other players.
If you’re still ready to proceed knowing the risks involved, then this guide will largely cover some of the most important features that our Apex Legends hacks boast.