How to Get Gun Charms in Apex Legends

Remigio Civitarese
Dicembre 8, 2019

Apex Legends recently got a hefty update that increased the level cap and tweaked player progression, which previously had quite the slope at around level 26.

Respawn announced the new skin on December 4, 2019 on the Apex Legends Twitter and website. Many suggest that, as a casual BR game, Apex Legends shouldn't feature SBMM. The new progression system also changes the rate at which players level up to level 100, streamlining the new player experience. The most common way to get these new cosmetics is to use the Apex packs, which fall as you go as your new player progresses. ranks. The patch will take the max level from 100 to 500. Additionally, the total XP required to hit level 100 will be reduced by approximately 5%.

The change makes sense as some players have already reached max level or are close. The game's most potent weapon, a shotgun that, when in possession of a high-level shotgun bolt and choke, could shred armor and health in a matter of seconds.

Here's a close-up look at the new skin, alongside the robot that inspired it. The people at Respawn are trying their best to improve the game, hopefully, we are yet to see the best of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The skin is free for all players in Apex Legends, and all you have to do is login to the game between now and January 14, 2020 to earn it.

Fans of Apex Legends can breathe easier now because the Peacekeeper has been nerfed further through a server patch pushed out today.

The innovations don't stop there as Apex Legends also delivers Respawn Beacons, one-time use locations where defeated teammates can be revived, a contextual Ping communication system that allows players to call out enemies, weapons, locations and more with the push of a button, and an intelligent inventory system which automatically attaches gear and equipment to the appropriate weapons once players pick them up.

Apex Legends Update 1.25 is now ready for download, for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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