Anybody, from complete newbies to seasoned veterans, may enjoy these pointers.
So, you want to improve in Apex Legends, but you have no idea where to begin. You are not alone; this is an age-old story. We’ve all been complete beginners in Apex Legends, and we’ve all been forced to take it easy while other, more aggressive players teach us some very hard lessons. And so that you don’t have to go through the same pain I had to reach where I am, I’m going to take some time right now to teach you the lessons I learned the hard way.
You should go through our instructions below since they will teach you all you need to know to enter the fight in Apex Legends and come out on top, but you should also check out our entire Apex Legends tier list if you need a darn good legend to play as.
1. Be Aware of Your Antagonists
Having an understanding of mythology is crucial. After some time playing, you’ll be able to identify which legend is which from a distance thanks to their distinguishable run animations and silhouettes. When that’s done, you’ll have a better idea of what to expect from them during combat based on their skills and equipment. Know these key points and you will be more prepared for any conflict.
2. Can You See Them?
It’s a big deal, but can your opponent see your whole mental model? If that’s the case, you shouldn’t be here. Keep in mind that the opponent can only fire at what is in plain sight, so always hide your body behind something.
Whatever you can get your hands on: a wall, a barrel, a fallen teammate who can act as a human shield. Sticking to a nearby impediment, such as a supply bin, while shooting at an adversary would increase your chances of survival.
3. Aim and Fire.
In direct opposition to the last piece of advice, you should always take the shot if you can even make out an enemy’s foot or forehead. It’s easy to get caught up in the heat of battle and wait for the right opportunity to fire your weapon in Apex Legends, particularly if you’re using a sniper rifle.
But, unless your ammunition supply is very low, you should always try to shoot whenever an opponent is in your line of sight. When you cause even a little harm to an opponent, they become more fearful for their lives and retreat, providing you an opening to advance.
4. Make good use of the shooting range.
Learn the proper use of any weapons you get before you need them. I mean, come on, that’s hardly rocket science. To learn the ins and outs of every firearm in the game, players need to go to the firing range and practice with it until they have a firm grasp on its damage output, firing rate, bullet drop range, and everything else.
5. Theoretical Approaches From Way Back When.
A good rule of thumb for any multiplayer competition is to always try to guess your opponent’s next move. What would you do if your shields were damaged and you were up against an opponent that was fleeing? You could be thinking that having the opposing team push you is the worst conceivable consequence right now.
So, it is recommended that you exert some force on your rival. The same holds true if you expect that your opponents will go to a certain location, hurl a grenade, etc. Do something about your worries now, before they turn into a crisis. What if you can’t change the situation? Oh well, we can’t win them all.
Lead developer at Lost Rabbit Digital. Writer for Good2Games. Boden began freelancing for Good2Game in 2021. He got his start making games and is still interested in the inner workings of games via the modding and speedrunning communities. He is addicted to co-op crafting games, lengthy novels, and multiplayer cryptid hunts.