Apex LegendsNEW TO APEX NEED HELP
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So I started in season 1 thought it was odd but now I'm back giving it a chance and I really don't understand that game. If someone could come duo with me or trios I don't mind to tell me the basics and show me how to play would mean a lot! My GT on Xbox is REEDWS

If you genuinely help me and tell me how to play and a really sound guy/girl I'll give you something in return either a skin or what ever you want around the same price.

Comment or just add and message me.

I'm 23 from UK
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in all fairness mate just playing the game and finding which gun works best for you is key and also which legend suits your play style... plus playing with others will make it harder with SBMM as yeah you may get wins and get carried but you wont stand a chance... just play the game have fun and you will see improvement
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Like the dude above me said, Just keep playing and youll get the hand of it. It plays very different to other BR's and you'll figure out what character you'll main and it'll make the game even better. Takes a lot of practice and patience to get used to the game
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I recommend watching a few YouTube vids to help yourself out. Of course jumping into it and learning first hand would help, but going in with some knowledge won't hurt either. I'd start with figuring out what type of player you are.. Aggressive and push everything, supportive and heal / ping things / places. Intelligent, making counterintuitive plays, laying traps, and know fundamentals of positioning. Figuring out how you play best will help out when it comes to what legend fits you best. Also, look up a couple of settings videos. I changed my sensitivity and fov around a bit and my yaw speed and my gameplay has changed drastically for the better.
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Ive been pred is s3 and diamond 3 every other season after that and honestly its all about the playstyle you enjoy. You don't have to always follow the meta but following it makes your life a hell of a lot easier in my opinion.

I personally play pathfinder/bang in pubs and wraith in ranked, loadouts are all preference but i run wingman/r99 or wingman/mastiff if i feel that my aim is on that day. When i play pubs i usually just go for 3v1's and outplays but if i'm being serious about winning i could probably go on 4-5 game winstreaks.

If i had to give advice, learn the circle rotations, getting to the edge before everyone else sets you up for easy wins most of the time if your team is healthy enough (4 batts/2 medkits etc)

Also, get comfortable with all types of weapons. I used to make excuses like " I didn't have select fire on my prowler, that's why i lost"
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Anhur wrote Ive been pred is s3 and diamond 3 every other season after that and honestly its all about the playstyle you enjoy. You don't have to always follow the meta but following it makes your life a hell of a lot easier in my opinion.

I personally play pathfinder/bang in pubs and wraith in ranked, loadouts are all preference but i run wingman/r99 or wingman/mastiff if i feel that my aim is on that day. When i play pubs i usually just go for 3v1's and outplays but if i'm being serious about winning i could probably go on 4-5 game winstreaks.

If i had to give advice, learn the circle rotations, getting to the edge before everyone else sets you up for easy wins most of the time if your team is healthy enough (4 batts/2 medkits etc)

Also, get comfortable with all types of weapons. I used to make excuses like " I didn't have select fire on my prowler, that's why i lost"
yeah. There's a lot of truth to that. I haven't even used the prowler since S1 lol
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Xyloph wrote I recommend watching a few YouTube vids to help yourself out. Of course jumping into it and learning first hand would help, but going in with some knowledge won't hurt either. I'd start with figuring out what type of player you are.. Aggressive and push everything, supportive and heal / ping things / places. Intelligent, making counterintuitive plays, laying traps, and know fundamentals of positioning. Figuring out how you play best will help out when it comes to what legend fits you best. Also, look up a couple of settings videos. I changed my sensitivity and fov around a bit and my yaw speed and my gameplay has changed drastically for the better.

yes, that true sometimes people play with ridiculous high sensitivity, need to lower sens and add some FOV.
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