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Apex Legends streamer uses classic Summit1g meme to humiliate opponents

Published: 27/Oct/2019 17:35 Updated: 27/Oct/2019 17:49

by Daniel Cleary

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Jaryd ‘summit1g’ Lazar has built a massive following during his years broadcasting on Twitch and has had many memes born from his stream highlights.

Apex Legends streamer, iiTzTimmy, decided to utilize one the Twitch star’s most iconic memes in an ingenious fashion to mock his opponent for the final kill of the game.

respawn entertainmentThe Apex Legends streamer made perfect use of the pathfinder finisher.

Respawn Entertainment’s popular battle royale game allows players to perform finishers on opponents who have been knocked down, letting them finish the kill in style.

However, this creative streamer took things to a new level and perfectly synced up Pathfinder’s default finisher with the infamous clip of summit1g punching his monitor.

Viewers were impressed with his timing, considering that he barely looked like he moved at all on his facecam to quickly change the scene in time.

While the classic summit1g meme was playing, iiTzTimmy’s teammate had managed to secure the win for the squad allowing them to close the game out in perfect fashion.

Summit has not yet commented on the streamer using the clip of him raging, although even he would likely approve of how well it was executed.

Summit1g has had a few unfortunate moments during his career, such as his 1G Molotov fail, which he has embraced as memes and tends to look towards the funny side in them, but his monitor punch will go down as one of his finest rage moments.

Although the Twitch star has not spent too much time on Apex Legends, when he did stream Respawn’s battle royale he opted to use his Sea of Thieves tactics to entertain fans.

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Smart Apex Legends trick gives Horizon OP movement speed

Published: 17/Nov/2020 11:47

by Connor Bennett

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Apex Legends players have got an interesting use for Horizon’s Gravity Lift tactical ability that could help her become a pain to deal with in tight spaces.

After all the rumors and speculation about Valk, Horizon joined the Apex Legends party with the start of Season 7, giving players the chance to tweak their playstyle thanks to her abilities. 

Her ultimate, the Black Hole is the star of the show as it gives Horizon and her teammates the chance to suck enemies towards them with a mini black hole, resulting in free damage and kills as the enemies struggle to crawl away from it. 

As for Horizon’s tactical, the Gravity Lift, it might bear a resemblance to Octane’s launch pad – given that you can use it to jump to higher spots. However, it might be more powerful if you need to outplay an enemy while in a tight space.

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Season 7 also introduced Horizon to the roster of Legends in the game.

As Reddit user loseryeet shows, instead of using the Gravity Lift to propel yourself to another spot, it’s actually better to use the air strafe speed boost that you get from it to outplay an opponent. 

If you toss the Gravity Lift down under, say one of the floating homes at Estates or Gardens, you can simply use the floor above you to control your movement instead of blasting off into the sky. 

It might be a quite situational tip, given that you’d need to be in a part of the map where your head can pretty much hit a roof of a floor, but the speed boost you get – as seen in loseryeet’s video – is pretty great and can leave your opponents bamboozled. 

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As situational as it is, you will still need to have some solid movement skills in your back pocket, otherwise, you’ll go flying off to one side and give your enemy a chance to win the gunfight. 

If you manage to master the situational tip, you’ll definitely get a leg up on some foes, plus, you’ll be able to look out for it if someone tries to use it against you.