Apex Legends: Official Legend Changes Revealed

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Apex Legends Season 10 is being thoroughly enjoyed by many and the developers recently revealed some recent changes they have made to some of the Legends in the game.

The battle royale game has seen a lot more new players during this season due to the fact that the gaming community have become incredibly frustrated due to the sheer number of hackers in other games like Call of Duty.

This combined with the great new content and legend season 10 brought has seen it become one of the most popular battle royale games around.

The current season has seen many grow even more excited for the release of season 11 which will go live in November 2021.

Read More: Apex Legends Season 11: Release Date, Patch Notes, New Legend, Trailer, Ranked Rewards, Battle Pass And Everything You Need To Know

Apex Legends Official Legend Changes

As always, Legends in Apex undergo many changes during seasons and these changes are typically nerfs and buffs.

At the start of season 10, new Legend Seer was seen as too overpowered, so developers Respawn quickly nerfed the character.

As the season has continued we have seen big changes happen to other Legends, and these recent changes have been posted on Twitter by Apex Legends News.

The changes are:

  • Revenant’s Ultimate has received a VFX tune up. This allows his totems to be more easily spotted by other players.
  • Rampart: Sheila can now be used whilst you are running with Rampart; however, the spin up is longer and only has one magazine.
  • Octane: The horizontal jump pad distance has now been reduced by 10-15%. The Stim Regen has also been reduced from 1.5 HP/S to 1 HP/S.
  • Bloodhound: When you communicate clues with Bloodhound to your teammates in the quick chat, they will now know how long it happened.

As you can see, the majority of these are nerfs, and this is good for the game as it will make the legends on more of an equal level and mean you can play as whichever Legend you fancy without worrying about a meta.

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