Apex Legends Cheat Codes: ———— Submitted by: David K. Tips and Tricks: —————- Apex Legends beginners’ tips and things to know: 1.You’re always in a squad of 3 players – if there are fewer than 3 of you playing, you’ll be matchmade with strangers. 2.Apex Legends has a fantastic Ping system – so if you’re not a fan of voice chat, you can communicate entirely by pings instead. 3.You can mute squadmates, too – head to the second tab of your inventory in-game, and go to that player’s name where there’s an option to mute (you’re welcome). 4.There’s also both a text-to-speech and speech-to-text function – the text-to- speech is PC only as far as we can tell. They’re found in the main menu’s settings page at the bottom of Game Settings under Accessibility Options. 5.Each game has 60 players – that’s 20 squads in total, each round. The in-game counter in the top right of your HUD keeps track of squads, rather than players for the most part, because the high amount of survivability you have in the Apex Legends means eliminating squads is much more important than focusing on individuals. 6.Rounds tend to last for between 14 and 25 minutes – much shorter than most battle royales, thanks to the smaller player count and high mobility, combined with a seemingly smaller map than usual. 7.The indicator on the middle-left of your HUD shows when the next ‘phase’ is coming – in other words, when the circle is going to close in next and force you to the next safe area (marked in faded white on your mini-map and map). 8.There are no vehicles – and of course no Titans. Movement is, instead, a case using your squad’s character abilies and the environment efficiently. 9.Loot is generally spread out evenly, with the Hot Zone, Supply Ship and supply drops the main points of focus instead of specific, high-loot areas – you’ll still generally find more loot in places with lots of buildings, however. 10.You drop from the ship at the start in a fixed formation, following the “Jumpmaster”, but you can suggest and veto other suggestions with the Ping system as you go – you can also break off and go your own way by holding the button as prompted on your UI, if you like, but we recommend sticking with your squad! 11.Generally speaking, Apex Legends is about one specific playstyle: fast, constantly-moving gunplay with your squad. It’s not a game for lone rangers, contemplative moments of solitude, or camping – although you’re welcome to try! Other Tips and Tricks: ———————- 1.There’s no fall damage – this is another key design decision, that lets you move around incredibly quickly when combined with hopping on and off ziplines, buildings and more. 2.All characters move at the same speed – as confired by Apex Legends designer Carlos Pineda on Twitter. 3.When you pick up a gun, it always has one full magazine of ammo in it – so even if your pals has snaffled all the ammo nearby, for instance, you can still pick the gun up and use it -briefly – in a pinch. 4.Death boxes are colour-coded to the highest-quality loot inside – so if you kill an enemy with a top-tier, golden yellow backpack, their death box will be glowing yellow until you loot it out of there. Keep an eye out for purple and gold ones in particular then when you’ve finished a firefight, for some great loot! 5.Give your ultimate accelarants to Lifeline, so she can call in supply pods regularly – she should be doing it as soon as it’s available, until the late game where it’s a bit of a positional giveaway, in order to keep your squad maxed out with great gear. Ultimate accelerants help her do this faster! 6.Equipment auto-attaches to weapons if it can – if it can attach to both, then it defaults to the one with a free slot or, if they both have a free slot, the one you have out at the time. You can swap attachments between them in the inventory screen. 7.Gear and ammo that can’t be used with anything you have equipped will have a red crossout line over it in your inventory – unless it’s amazing, drop it, as inventory space is limited! 8.Loot is generally spread quite evenly between buildings, so places with more buildings tend to have more (and a higher chance of better) loot – the best loot, however is from drop pods, hot zones and supply ships. 9.Gold loot has the same stats as purple loot, the tier below it, only it comes with special bonus, like the gold body armour which fully regenerates your shield on using a finisher on an enemy. 10.You can smash doors with melee attacks – this is great if you get pinned behind one by things like enemies and death boxes, which can leave you in a tricky spot. Also it looks cool because you kick it. 11.There is, actually a kind of wall-climbing in the game – no proper wallrunning or triple-jumps like Titanfall of course, but you can ‘wall-climb’ up to about 3 or 4 times your height by sprinting at a wall and holding the Jump button whilst looking upwards. Often your character will get surprisingly far up a wall and onto ledges you wouldn’t think were accessible, without any help. Worth practising and mastering! 12.Use doors to climb even higher – old-school PUBG players will recognise this one. Open a door and wall-climb onto the top of that, and then from there wall-climb further up the wall to reach otherwise inaccessible ledges and roofs of those mid- height buildings. Great way to surprise people. Inventory Management: ——————— Written by AvondaleTheProma How to understand what exactly you need to have in your inventory? Guide mostly for beginners. -=Part I: The Problem=- You’re unlucky enough not to have a backpack? You running out of ammo all the time? You think grenades are useless? “Do i need 3 medkits or 3 phoenix kits?” If you’re on that list then this guide is for you! -=Part II: The Questions=- The most important question you have to ask yourself when you looking in your inventory is: -=Is this stuff enough for 1 fight?=- Also some minor questions you should know answers to: * Grenades are useless? * How much grenades do i need? * How much ammo do i need? * Which weapon needs more ammo? * Health or armor? * Med kits/Shield batteries or a Phoenix Kit? -=Part III: The Answers=- This is probably perfect amount of stuff for 1 fight without a backpack. Why? -=Ammo=- If both of your guns are ARs, SMGs or LMGs then 120 for each is enough for a fight. For SRs, Shotguns and Pistols 1 slot(60 ammo or 16 for a shotgun) is enough and other gun could get 3 slots(160 ammo). If you use one type of bullets for each weapon nothing changes, still 240 ammo(4 slots) total. Good at shooting? then you can try to swap one ammo slot with a nade. -=Heal=- In close or mid-range fight you definetly don’t need more than that. If your shield is level 3 or more then you might want to swap syringes or medkits with more shield cells. Armor is more important then health unless you have level 1 or less shield. A battery or a medkit is more profitable then a Phoenix kit cause you can have 2 in one slot. 8 cells and 2 batteries + 1 slot medkits/syringes is enough for a fight! -=Grenades=- But 60 ammo will do more damage than a nade! No. If you haven’t killed an enemy with 240 bullets then 60 more won’t help at all. * Arc star deal 70 damage around plus 90 damage to a player if you hit him. Damage TRIPLES against armor! * A Perfect Frag Grenade will do 100 damage, but mostly around 60-90. * Thermite nade deals 4 damage per tick(around 30 damage per second) when standing inside the flames and 25 more damage after exiting the flames. 2 nades is good enough. -=Part IV: What if?=- But I have a Backpack Collect more ammo and nades, heals are the same amount, maybe more shield cells or one phoenix kit. Also mobile respawner if you have one. -=Attachments=- If you realy need to carry attachemts for weapon you might find, drop nades and ammo for current weapon(if it isn’t using same ammo as future one), also you may drop 1 slot of medkits/syringes. How to Move the Game from Origin to Steam: —————————————— Written by Ching-Cheng-Hanji How to do it properly, and then you don’t have to redownload 31gb the game files. -=Steps=- * First, you must update Apex Legends origin version to the latest version. * After that, rename the game folder Origin version from Apex to Apex Legends (In my case, be like that). * After that, Move the game folder to the installation directory (SteamLibrary/steamapps/common) * Then install via steam, steam automatically discover the existing game files. * That’s it, you good to go.
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