Most of my Apex Legends parts have gone on to curl up in corners or crawl slowly into a combat zone, hoping to finish someone while you 're out there. he is almost dead. Instead of being a royal battle superhero, I live by proxy the incredible moments experienced by other players. And for a game as young, there have already been many.
I've put together the best of what I've seen up to here below: plays, amazing strikes and tragicomedies on the Apex Legends stage.
Boom, shot in the head
What. A shot.
The flying dropkick
Now, that's what you call a dropkick. Thanks to Highlight Reel for spotting this one.
Do not make the finishers at the end of a match …
This crazy finish is hosted on Reddit and therefore can not be integrated, but it's worth clicking and watching. Watch out for those who finish.
The Esports player turned into a Shroud streamer is playing at an insane level. Watch him destroy himself some enemy squads. Shroud Shredding is really a genre of clips: there's a lot more on Twitch that kills whole groups at once.
What are the chances
In the beginning, everything will come for this player, Milhouse: a lifeboat drifts on the path of their naked return on the map, filled with pristine loot. Not so fast, say the gods Apex.
When you're a little too eager to give up.
& # 39; Round & & # 39; round
This is a way to use the grappling hook.
In the victory phase
The BEST 200IQ #Apex is playing right now? What do you think ?! The Wraith phase is too strong ? pic.twitter.com/7r6JXpPLKvFebruary 12, 2019
Why head for circle safety on the last turn, when you can heal damage and use Mirage and Wraith's deception to survive all the others?
# If you put one of Wraith's portals inside a door and close it, it instantly kills all players crossing it #ApexLegends pic.twitter.com/MuWXdR1G28February 15, 2019
I really want to know if the developers knew this would happen or if they played cool after the discovery of the post-launch.
Revive in the sky
I think I just had experience of a fall in trust in Apex Legends. pic.twitter.com/CScWbmVWEJFebruary 5, 2019
Our own EIC, Evan Lahti, discovers the strange physics of trying to revive a person on the refueling ship while roaming.
Yet another proof that you should not run unless you're really sure to be safe, but with a perfect comic framing.
Buy one get one free
Do not stay too close to your teammate. You never know when someone looks at you with a Kraber.