Apex Legends Review

Apex Legends Review

Today we bring you the game that has taken over the battle royale world by storm, the Apex Legends. Aside from being the BR game, it is also a first-person shooter which makes it that more interesting. The game is free to play on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation. Also, the mobile version is in works. Without further ado, enjoy Apex Legends review.

How good is Apex Legends?

Well, the 25 million players in just a week from releasing the game should be enough for most people. When we said this game had taken the gaming world by storm, we meant it! The game sticks to proven basics of the genre, like plane drop and joining up in teams but also includes eight different characters to choose from. That’s why the game became so popular in such a small amount of time.


As we said, the match starts with a plane drop to a selected part of the map. Each game begins with a total of 60 players divided into 20 teams. For you to beat others and become the last survivor, it is essential to cooperate with your teammates. Developers did a great job by reducing the importance of microphone communication within the team with an excellent pinging system.

The most interesting thing for us during Apex Legends review is the first-person shooter novelty. After playing the game, we must say we like it very much. Weapon usage experience is much better than in the 3rd person view. When we started the game, everything seemed too fast, but we got used to it quickly. All in all, this game fully justified our expectations.

Legends of Apex

The completely new thing for the BR genre is brought by this game, choosing a Legend! Playing a different character is more than just cosmetics because each of them has a different unique ability. While picking, you should pay attention to pair up a good team with your teammates. Lots of fun and useful skills are at your disposal. You should also know that reviving your teammate is possible.

Parent Advisor

Apex Legends has a lot of bloody finishing moves that are not appropriate for everyone. For the concerned parents, if your child has less than 16 years, you probably shouldn’t let them play. After all, that is what the PEGI grade 16 tells us. We must agree with this because the essence of this game is killing everybody else on the map.

Overall Experience

During this Apex Legends review, we expressed our delightment with this game several times, and we would recommend it to everyone. The thrilling gameplay, interesting characters, and great graphics are the perfect recipe for an excellent game. We promise you won’t be disappointed if you try this game.

Recommended system requirements

Hard drive: Minimum 22 GB of free space
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 or equivalent
CPU: Intel i5 3570K or equivalent
Operating system: 64-bit Windows 7


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