Apex Legends Pro Settings and Gear List
Every developer wants to get a piece of the Battle Royale pie these days, but Apex Legends is different and its tremendous success shows it’s absolutely deserved. Apex Legends offers a fresh and interesting take on the Battle Royale genre.
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 deceive millions of players in the course of just three days. You, too, can experience this new craze for yourself. Apex Legends is completely free to play, with the only form of monetization in the game coming in the form of cosmetics for the several ingame characters. We’re super excited to see what this game can bring, and 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 obviously still very much a work in progress, and since this game is brand new, players will be added shortly. However, if you’re excited to begin your own Apex Legends journey this list can serve as an ideal baseline. 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.
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