Apex Legends Pro Settings & Gear List
Just a couple of days ago developers Respawn (of Titanfall fame) quietly dropped their newest game: Apex Legends.
It’s their take on the massively popular BR genre and introduces a bunch of new and exciting features, such as the ability to respawn your eliminated squadmates and the already lauded pinging system which makes communicating with your squadmates (even if they’re randoms) an absolute breeze.
Combining a couple of successful features from other games (you need to select a specific character with specific abilities at the start of every game, for example) and plugging in enough of their own ideas, Respawn has managed to create a game that’s drawn in over ten million players in just three days. We’re among those ten million players, and we’re absolutely loving Respawn’s take on the BR genre. So does Twitch. Apex Legends has been the most viewed game on the popular streaming website for a couple of days now, so we set forth our analysts as forward scouts to check what our professionals are using, both ingame and out of the game.
This listing combines what we’ve learned so far and serves as an ideal baseline for people who are keen to try out this new game. It’s free to play as well (with only cosmetic microtransactions) so there’s really no excuse to not jump in.
This list is of course very much still a work in progress. We’re adding new players and information every single day once we find some time away from the game ourselves, so if you see anything that’s wrong or out of date don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments or shoot us a message on Twitter. We’re always working on keeping these lists as up to date as possible and that’s only possible thanks to our great community.
Thank you for reading, and have fun in the game!