5 Things I Learned After 150 Hours In Apex Legends!



From Legends’ Hitboxes, to Weapon priorities, to Mid-Game and Late Game fights – these are the most important things I’ve learned after my first 150 hours and 500+ Kills in Apex Legends! If you’re a beginner or new to the game, watch this before you play! Have another lesson you learned – hit me up in the comments below! If you found this valuable, leave a like to support the video! Subscribe & Hit the bell to get my uploads! | Twitter: | Follow the stream, Raynstorm! ►

Apex Legends is a pretty difficult game to grasp at first, with all of the moving pieces of a battle Royale, yet also adding the element of classes. Apex legends brings another layer of depth to it’s battle royale with significant recoil patterns, clip size adjustments, headshot bonuses and more to the various weapons in the game. Here, I’ll give you some gameplay of Wraith while discussing the five most important lessons I’ve learned in my time playing Apex Legends. This is just a straight up guide based on experience and things you should keep in mind when you start as a beginner, or to improve to an intermediate/advanced player who consistently gets wins!

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31 thoughts on “5 Things I Learned After 150 Hours In Apex Legends!

  1. From the best of moments to the worst – I've learned a lot since the release of Apex Legends and I wanted to share the most pivotal and helpful lessons with you all! As a beginner, an intermediate, or even an advanced player – I think this video will be helpful, insightful, and hopefully, just a good reminder of how to have a better time in the game. Stay blessed fam!

  2. My biggest tip: use the guns that you're most comfortable using, but don't underestimate the other weapons, if you're most comfortable with the flatline but all you can find is the hemlock, Pick it up! If you're most comfortable with the r99 but all you can find is the prowler, use it. A gun you're uncomfortable with is better than getting jumped with no gun at all!

    Also; figure out what gun combos work for you

    Also; only loot during fights if you HAVE too ? if you can avoid it, avoid it, only do it if you're desperate

  3. As a noob speaking for all noobs Caustic is epic…only one catch is always tell your team mates to bait the fights in doors. Used properly Caustic is like Bangalore, Bloodhound in 1!

  4. Yes I agree I just started and Bangalore was the easiest to get my first elims with. I think I have played maybe 10 games and got all of my 3 elims with the Bangalore.

  5. Great vid. Always good to hear a young man have such a great outlook nowadays. Your AWESOME!! And I may be the oldest Appex player around. 50!!! Never played FPS games and am now hooked like a worm on a hook. Gonna be a minute before i get there but I'll get there.

  6. I actually have more wins with caustic. I like to fully equip the alternator or R99 as my main weapon, then switch to a shotgun or heavy weapon. I found that If you fully unload those those first, while connecting your shots, then switch to your heavy secondary, it knocks down enemy’s quick. You just have to make sure you utilize cover as to try and not take to much damage to get those knock downs.

  7. hitbox smallest to biggest excluding octane, wraith, lifeline, bloodhound (bloodhounds head is really big), banglore, mirage, pathfinder, caustic and gibby gib gib, just look up apex hitboxes, wraith is legit half the size of any other legend, also i think crypto will be the smallest or jericho meaning wraith wont have the smallest hitbox foreva which is kind of scary to think of

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