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From 0-100. If I were talking about a new car, there wouldn’t be a whole lot you could learn in that timeframe. But, in Apex Legends, as I hit level 100 and reflected, there were so many things that I had figured out, on my own, with the help of friends, or from total strangers on the subreddit dedicated to Respawn’s popular Battle Royale.
Here’s a look at some of the things that I know now which would’ve been extremely helpful when I first downloaded the game.
* The gold backpack is the best item in the game. If you’re playing Lifeline, it’s so powerful that you can out-heal the damage taken from being outside the final ring. So, if you’re on your own versus a full team and got a significant number of med kits, you’ve still got a shot.
* If you’re barreling toward another person on a zipline, you can time your jump to knock them off, bounce off their head, and then keep on going.
* If you pick up an extended mag for your weapon, you’ll need to reload that gun to get the extra rounds.
* If you have two weapons that use the same attachment, e.g. a barrel stabilizer for an R301 and a Spitfire, it’ll go on whichever weapon you have out. If you want it to go on the other, you’ll have to go into the menu and change it over.
* There’s a noticeable difference between Lifeline and map care packages. You can hear that the Lifeline package drops much faster than a map one.
* Shield cells and syringes don’t take as long as you think to refill. Use them whenever you can to give yourself a better chance at winning the fight you’re in.
* Care packages will instakill you, not just down you.
* A care package can also never land on a supply ship. It goes straight through.
* It doesn’t matter which teammate picks up the banner. Either teammate can respawn your downed friend at a respawn beacon.
* Stocks help you switch weapons faster.
* There’s no need to ping armor that your teammates already have. You can see which tier of armor they’re wearing by checking the bottom left corner of your screen.
* Skull Town is an overrated drop spot. It has only mid-tier loot and the number of people that land there can set off an audio bug that makes the game unplayable. Find a high-tier loot zone.
* Unless you’ve got really good spray control or you’re great at up-close fighting, don’t bother with the R99 until you’ve got a decent barrel stabilizer and extended mag.
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