Apex Legends’ psychic has a handy trick to make Ultimate stronger
Apex Legend’s 3v3 mode, Arenas, imposes a new and isolated way of playing battle royale, which makes some Legends more useful than others. We have therefore created a list of levels to help you decide on the composition of the team.
Since the launch of Season 10, players have familiarized themselves with all of the changes listed in the patch notes. From a new edge of the decimated world to explore to the new legend seer, players have had their hands full of new content.
On top of all that, players have finally received a Ranked Playlist for Arenas, which has been in high demand since the 3v3 mode launched in Season 9. To help you out in this competitive mode, here is our tier list for the best legends to use in Arenas.
Keep in mind that this tier list is only based on a legend’s contribution to the team within the arenas. Some of these legends are still great. However, they may be lower on the list due to their lack of contribution to the team.
The level system:
- Level S Captions are the most useful
- Level A are amazing in themselves
- Level B The legends are just missing something
- Level C are outclassed Legends
Apex Legends Arenas tier list
- Level S: Lifeline, Octane, Seer, Gibraltar
- Level A: Pathfinder, Bulwark, Valkyrie, Bangalore, Fuse, Bloodhound
- Level B: Crypto, Horizon, Mirage, Wraith, Revenant
- Level C: Wattson, Caustic, Loba
Best Legends in Apex Legends Arenas
Lifeline is a great option for Arenas, especially with Low Profile removed from the game in the Season 9 patch notes.
Not only is Lifeline much better at staying alive these days, but she’s also a valuable asset to the team and could win you the match just because of her revive abilities.
With the Legendary Backpack costing just 250 crafting credits, Lifeline can revive teammates and put them right back into combat effortlessly. Most seasoned teams already know this, so having Lifeline on your team will either give you a big advantage or a level playing field.
Octane is the best mobility character in Arenas due to his ability to quickly boost healing and build credit pools. An Octane who knows exactly how to use Stim effectively and head straight to consumables and crafting credits will give your team an instant advantage every turn.
Octane can reach these important points on the map faster than any other Legend, and can even take the team with him when purchasing his Launch Pad Ultimate. Flanking teams, taking consumables, and taking different angles while being able to get back into the team quickly is exactly why Octane is so strong in Arenas.
Finally, we have Seer, whose abilities are excellent in arenas due to their effectiveness in gaining information about the enemy team. Seer’s abilities are very strong in arenas, however, you will definitely need to master them before you get the most out of his kit.
The Focus of Attention tactical ability can prevent the enemy team from reviving a downed player, healing, using abilities, and also showing you their health so you know if it’s a good idea to push or not . Paired with Seer’s passive heart rate monitor, it’s ideal for letting your team know where the enemy is.
Additionally, Seer’s Ultimate is also very useful in arenas, as although you won’t have access to it every turn when you do, you might just win the turn if used correctly. Seer’s Ultimate’s area of effect can cover most of an Arena map. This means that if you throw it in the right place, you will have constant information about where the enemy team is, or prevent them from playing aggressively.
It’s the amount of information Seer provides his team that makes him so strong in Arenas and it’s also why he’s so high on our Arenas tier list.
That’s it for our Apex Legends Arenas tier list. For more on Apex Legends, stay tuned to Charlie INTEL and check out our other tier list on the best weapons to use in Season 10.
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