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Apex Legends: How to get Level 3 Body Shield from Lifeline’s Care Package

Published: 31/Jul/2019 18:54 Updated: 31/Jul/2019 19:11

by Alan Bernal


Looting up a Level 3 Body Shield from Lifeline’s ultimate ability in Apex Legends gets a lot easier if a player knows where to look as soon as the Care Package makes landfall.

Typically, Apex Legends players go on a mad dash to be the first person in their team to loot up Lifeline’s Care Package, regardless if the Combat Medic who called down the ordinance gets left out.

Whether you’re the Lifeline in this situation or not, knowing what items normally spawn behind the different Care Package doors would go a long way to get desired loot as soon as the ult arrives.

Respawn EntertainmentGetting the Care Package’s best look is all about location.

In a July 31 post, Reddit user ‘Ringo308’ gave a look into what loot items tend to spawn behind specific doors on a Care Package, which vastly narrows down where to hunt for a Level 3 Armor.

“The Facts: A care package consists of 3 doors and each door can only drop an item from a specific loot list for each door,” Ringo308 said. “And the Care Package lands in a specific orientation determined by Lifelines position when she uses her ult.”

Ringo308 via RedditRingo308’s graph that shows what loot tends to spawn behind which Care Package doors.

The key here is knowing how Lifeline is positioned once she calls for her Care Package, since Door 1 will always be facing her at the point of when the ordinance was summoned.

Door 1 will contain “either weapon attachments, the backpack or the knockdown shield.” Then Door 2, which is the next door over moving in a clockwise rotation, will have either a First Aid, a Shield Battery, or a Pheonix Kit.

Respawn EntertainmentNo need to check every Care Package door if you know where to look.

Easy Level 3 Body Armor

This leaves only Door 3 remaining, and it’s here where players will be able to find a Knockdown Shield, a Helmet or the Level 3 Body Armor.

Obviously every door’s loot is subject to Apex Legends’ RNG, but going to Door 3 seems like it’ll yield the best chance of snagging the set of armor.

While this is definitely the best way of getting priority on the Armor, it should be noted that good teamwork consists of communicating to a squad on what loot a player needs, instead of trying to quickly nab the best loot for themselves.

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Apex Predator shows off 28 genius tips & tricks to get better at Apex Legends

Published: 24/Jan/2021 12:50

by Joe Craven


Apex Legends content creator and Apex Predator ‘chiknnuggey’ has offered players of Respawn’s battle royale 28 tips and tricks to instantly improve in-game. 

Regardless of your rank in Apex Legends, chances are you have certain areas you can improve. Whether it’s recoil control, movement around the map or deciding how to balance your loadout, no player is completely flawless, as much as they might like to tell themselves.

Chiknnuggey, an Apex YouTuber and Predator-rank player, sits at 13,000 YouTube subscribers, and regularly posts Apex content to try and help his subscribers.

That’s exactly the aim of his January 15 video, which offers a whopping 28 tips and tricks to Apex Legends players, ensuring they’ve got the game’s basics completely nailed.

Apex Legends trio of character standing side by side
To be great at Apex Legends, you need to make sure you’ve got the basics done.

As you can imagine with 28 tips and tricks, they cover a lot of bases. The Predator’s movement tricks involve ‘zipline bouncing’ meaning you can use ziplines positioned near buildings to instantly reach an elevated position.

Another awesome trick is being able to throw grenades through closed doors. To do this, aim for the very bottom corner of the door, and use the projectile indicator. When it disappears, it means your grenade will slip through the corner of the closed doors. It’s a great way to damage an enemy you know is one the other side.

We also really like the tip to enable fast armor swaps. If you’re in a heavy loot area and planning on hanging around there, drop all the available armor on the floor. In an engagement, you can easily swap your armor for a new one, without having to open a loot box. This will give you a major health boost instantly, and could be the difference between winning and losing a fight.

There are also some more well-known tips, such as how to avoid the fall stun by meleeing a nearby surface (meleeing the ground was patched out long ago, but there’s a new way).

Your play-style may differ from some of the tips, but anything recommended by an Apex Predator should be worth trying out. If you don’t like a tactic or can’t pull it off, then drop it and stick to ones you know you’re capable of. Other than that, drop in and gives these tricks a go!