So I got a little bit of a late start playing Apex with any kind of serious nature. One thing that helps was using the training option. However, I really think adding a few things would be very helpful to incoming players as well as newly-established.
*1= It would be very nice to have the ability to use weapon attachments and body armor, as well as backpacks. I can't tell you how many times I've been killed just looking at the "hop ups", trying to figure out what they do so, how much I can carry excetera.
*2=It would also be nice to have some moving targets, as well as grenades. It would also be great to be able to check out the map oh, that may be a technical issue making it impossible but.....
*3= Almost as important as the weapon attachments would be the ability to change characters. It would be really nice to figure out how they move sand to play with passive, Technical, and ultimate abilities.
Agreed, not for me personally but I have recently been trying to get some friends into it and they just do not stand a chance playing fresh now and I really don’t have the time to sit and explain every single attachment and weapon to them etc .
A lot of people I’ve showed the game to have been put off due to not having a chance to learn without getting destroyed .
July - last edited July
Yeah, adding all that in the training would be cool.
Excluding Fortnite (because there are no attachments), Apex has the easiest and simplest looting system of all the BRs out there. If you pick up an attachment, it will show you if you can attach it to the guns you have equipped. If you pick it up, it will automatically attach it to that gun. If you come across another attachment that is equal or lesser, it won't let you attach it. If you have an item in your inventory that you can't use, it will be indicated by a red circle with a line through it. I drop those. The gun(s) your carrying shows you what attachments are filled and unfilled. It even has a little picture that you can match up with the attachment you find. But once you play it more and more, you'll know exactly which attachments go with what, and you won't need to pause and read what it does.