Apex Legends Mobile Cheats and Tips


Apex Legends Mobile Cheats and Tips


Adjust the controls

When jumping into a mobile shooter for the first time, adjusting the controls to your liking is essential. By default the game will offer you several UI choices, one for experienced Apex players who wish to imitate that experience, one for players of other mobile FPS games, and another for people brand new to Apex Legends and mobile shooters. 

You can further customize your choices in the settings menu after your initial decision, and you should. There is a myriad of tiny tweaks you can make to ensure playing the game feels as natural as possible, depending on what you’re used to dealing with.

Weapon practice

Apex Legends Mobile has multiple new modes for you to use to get in some quick games instead of a lengthy battle royale session, and of course, you can also find the Firing Range here, in addition to a new tutorial and training mode. 

You can use these modes to adjust to the weapons – with mobile shooters you’ll be feeling recoil much more than on console or PC, so be ready to compensate and adjust your weapon choices if you’re a regular Apex Legends player.





New multiplayer modes

We mentioned new multiplayer modes already, but they really are worth mentioning. Battle Royale and Arena modes are present, of course, but we also have classic Team Deathmatch to keep us entertained, with random a base respawn variants to keep things fresh. There are also new event modes, which include a Battle Royale quickplay, which is where you’ll find familiar Apex gameplay, squeezed into a tight timeframe.

Auto functions

Tapping buttons on a controller or keyboard is easy and feels like second nature to anyone that has played video games for more than a few hours, but tapping a touch screen in multiple precise locations – whilst also being able to see – is a different experience. That’s why mobile games often simplify the experience and automate certain actions. 

You can automate the process of opening loot bins, doors, and picking up weapons and ammo. By default you’ll automatically pick up ammo for weapons you have equipped, up to a certain amount, but you’ll need to swap out weapons for better weapons manually, and this also does not pick up weapon attachments you might want.

Complete challenges

Sounds obvious, but if you’re just coming over from regular Apex, they’re easy to miss. You do have your usual selection of daily and weekly challenges to complete, but there are even more challenges with include leveling up, logging in daily, and more. Even if you don’t intend to actually play a game, it’s a good idea to log in once daily and check for any challenges you can tick off the list.