Apex Legends Pro Settings and Gear List
There was a time when every developer wanted to get a piece of the Battle Royale pie. A lot have tried, but few have succeeded. Apex Legends is one of those success stories, and today it is one of the most played BR games in the world.
Mix the ability to respawn fallen teammates, selecting specific characters with specific abilities and an absolutely revolutionary pinging system (making it so that you don’t have to be talking ingame to work as an effective squad) and you get something that’s managed to seduce millions of players in the course of just three days back when it came out. Those numbers have since died down a little, but it's still one of the most popular games out there. You, too, can experience this craze for yourself since Apex Legends is completely free to play.
We’ve managed to stop ourselves from playing it just long enough to bring you our list of Apex Legends settings and setups that our analyzed professionals are using. This is list is a work in progress that is constantly being updated and tweaked (just like all of lists and articles) in order to reflect the current scene as accurately as possible. If you’re excited to begin your own Apex Legends journey this list can serve as an ideal baseline, but it's also a great resource for experienced players. As always, if you have any corrections or want to make suggestions on which players to add, please feel free to comment them here or let us know on Twitter or Discord.
In our list you will sometimes see a capitalized letter behind an organization. That is to indicate that the player in question isn't (currently) a pro player on the main roster but still part of the organization. We use the following abbreviations: coach (C), manager/organization entourage (M), content creator/streamer (S), benched/inactive (B).
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