Apex Legends

Apex Legends: List of all badges and how to get them

Published: 30/Mar/2019 21:59 Updated: 19/Jan/2021 16:18

by Eli Becht

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For players who enjoy a grind, Apex Legends has a lot of badges for players to collect. Here are all of the known badges in the game and how to get them.

With Apex Legends Season 1 came a Battle Pass with a whole new set of badges for players to earn. This is good news for players who like to unlock and earn things but even without the Battle Pass, there are several badges for players to unlock.

The badges aren’t really worth anything on their own as they don’t get you any special unlocks or anything but they can still be fun to earn and work for. 

There are a lot of challenges that come from doing certain things in the game with any character but there are also several that are only obtainable with a certain Legend.

Thanks to this list, we have a clear idea on how to unlock all the different badges that can currently be found in Apex Legends.

Account-wide badges

PRO GEAR SETTINGSAccount-wide Apex Legends badges.
  • Account Level – Automatically unlocked
  • Baller – Own 125 Legendary items
  • Banner Legend – Equipped an item in every banner slot on 8 different legends
  • Fashionista – Own a Legendary skin and Legendary finisher for 8 different legends
  • Founder – Own the Founder’s Pack
  • Fully Kitted – Equip two fully kitted weapons at the same time in a game
  • Long Shot – Downed a player from distance greater than 300 meters
  • Group Theatrics (Level 1) – With a full pre-made squad, win 1 game where each person executes an enemy
  • Group Theatrics (Level 2) – With a full pre-made squad, win 2 games where each person executes an enemy
  • Group Theatrics (Level 3) – With a full pre-made squad, win 3 games where each person executes an enemy
  • Master of All – Win at least 10 times with 8 different Legends
  • Pack Victory – With a full pre-made squad, win a game
  • Starter – Own the Starter Pack
  • Live Die Live – Revive or respawn a player. Available for a limited time around Valentine’s Day
PRO GEAR SETTINGSMore account wide Apex Legends badges.
  • Team. Work. (Level 1) – With a full pre-made squad, play a game where each player gets 3 kills
  • Team. Work. (Level 2) – With a full pre-made squad, play a game where each player gets 5 kills
  • Team. Work. (Level 3) – With a full pre-made squad, play a game where each player gets 7 kills
  • Team. Work. (Level 4) – With a full pre-made squad, play a game where each player gets 10 kills
  • Warlord – Own a Legendary skin for 15 weapons
  • Well-Rounded – Deal 20,000 damage with 8 different Legends
  • Wild Frontier Level 1 – Season 1 – Purchase the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 5 – Season 1 – Reach tier 5 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 10 – Season 1 – Reach tier 10 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 15 – Season 1 – Reach tier 15 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 20 – Season 1 – Reach tier 20 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 25 – Season 1 – Reach tier 25 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 30 – Season 1 – Reach tier 30 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 35 – Season 1 – Reach tier 35 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
PRO GEAR SETTINGSThere’s quite a few of these account wide Apex Legends badges, huh?
  • Wild Frontier Level 40 – Season 1 – Reach tier 40 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 45 – Season 1 – Reach tier 45 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 50 – Season 1 – Reach tier 50 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 55 – Season 1 – Reach tier 55 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 60 – Season 1 – Reach tier 60 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 65 – Season 1 – Reach tier 65 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 70 – Season 1 – Reach tier 70 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 75 – Season 1 – Reach tier 75 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 80 – Season 1 – Reach tier 80 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 85 – Season 1 – Reach tier 85 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 90 – Season 1 – Reach tier 90 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 95 – Season 1 – Reach tier 95 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 100 – Season 1 – Reach tier 100 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
  • Wild Frontier Level 110 – Season 1 – Reach tier 110 in the Season 1 premium Battle Pass
PRO GEAR SETTINGSThe final batch of account wide Apex Legends badges.
  • Variety Show (Season 1) (Level 1) – In Season 1, get 1 kill with 7 different Legends
  • Variety Show (Season 1) (Level 2) – In Season 1, get 5 kills with 7 different Legends
  • Variety Show (Season 1) (Level 3) – In Season 1, get 25 kills with 7 different Legends
  • Variety Show (Season 1) (Level 4) – In Season 1, get 50 kills with 7 different Legends
  • Variety Show (Season 1) (Level 5) – In Season 1, get 100 kills with 7 different Legends
  • Glory Seeker (Season 1) (Level 1) – In Season 1, achieve a top 5 squads standing 1 time with 7 different Legends
  • Glory Seeker (Season 1) (Level 2) – In Season 1, achieve a top 5 squads standing 5 times with 7 different Legends
  • Glory Seeker (Season 1) (Level 3) – In Season 1, achieve a top 5 squads standing 10 times with 7 different Legends
  • Glory Seeker (Season 1) (Level 4) – In Season 1, achieve a top 5 squads standing 25 times with 7 different Legends
  • Glory Seeker (Season 1) (Level 5) – In Season 1, achieve a top 5 squads standing 50 times with 7 different Legends
  • Wild Frontier Champion (Season 1) (Level 1) – In Season 1, win 1 game with 7 different Legends
  • Wild Frontier Champion (Season 1) (Level 2) – In Season 1, win 5 games with 7 different Legends
  • Wild Frontier Champion (Season 1) (Level 3) – In Season 1, win 10 games with 7 different Legends
  • Wild Frontier Champion (Season 1) (Level 4) – In Season 1, win 25 games with 7 different Legends
  • Wild Frontier Champion (Season 1) (Level 5) – In Season 1, win 50 games with 7 different Legends
  • Bonus Round (Season 1) (Level 1) – In Season 1, earn 250,000 Battle Pass points with 7 different Legends
  • Bonus Round (Season 1) (Level 2) – In Season 1, earn 250,000 Battle Pass points with 9 different Legends
  • Origin Access Badge – Be an active subscriber to Origin Access

Bloodhound badges

Pro Gear SettingsEvery Bloodhound badge in Apex Legends.
  • Apex Bloodhound (Level 1) – Win 1 game as Bloodhound
  • Apex Bloodhound (Level 2) – Win 5 games as Bloodhound
  • Apex Bloodhound (Level 3) – Win 15 games as Bloodhound
  • Apex Bloodhound (Level 4) – Win 50 games as Bloodhound
  • Apex Bloodhound (Level 5) – Win 100 games as Bloodhound
  • Bloodhound’s Wake – Kill at least 20 enemies in one game
  • Bloodhound’s Wrath (Level 1) – Deal 2000 damage in a single game
  • Bloodhound’s Wrath (Level 2) – Deal 2500 damage in a single game
  • Bloodhound’s Wrath (Level 3) – Deal 3000 damage in a single game
  • Bloodhound’s Wrath (Level 4) – Deal 4000 damage in a single game

Gibraltar badges

Pro Gear SettingsEvery Gibraltar badge in Apex Legends.
  • Apex Gibraltar (Level 1) – Win 1 game as Gibraltar
  • Apex Gibraltar (Level 2) – Win 5 games as Gibraltar
  • Apex Gibraltar (Level 3) – Win 15 games as Gibraltar
  • Apex Gibraltar (Level 4) – Win 50 games as Gibraltar
  • Apex Gibraltar (Level 5) – Win 100 games as Gibraltar
  • Gibraltar’s Wake – Kill at least 20 enemies in one game
  • Gibraltar’s Wrath (Level 1) – Deal 2000 damage in a single game
  • Gibraltar’s Wrath (Level 2) – Deal 2500 damage in a single game
  • Gibraltar’s Wrath (Level 3) – Deal 3000 damage in a single game
  • Gibraltar’s Wrath (Level 4) – Deal 4000 damage in a single game

Lifeline badges

Pro Gear SettingsEvery Lifeline badge in Apex Legends.
  • Apex Lifeline (Level 1) – Win 1 game as Lifeline
  • Apex Lifeline (Level 2) – Win 5 games as Lifeline
  • Apex Lifeline (Level 3) – Win 15 games as Lifeline
  • Apex Lifeline (Level 4) – Win 50 games as Lifeline
  • Apex Lifeline (Level 5) – Win 100 games as Lifeline
  • Lifeline’s Wake – Kill at least 20 enemies in one game
  • Lifeline’s Wrath (Level 1) – Deal 2000 damage in a single game
  • Lifeline’s Wrath (Level 2) – Deal 2500 damage in a single game
  • Lifeline’s Wrath (Level 3) – Deal 3000 damage in a single game
  • Lifeline’s Wrath (Level 4) – Deal 4000 damage in a single game

Pathfinder badges

Pro Gear SettingsEvery Pathfinder badge in Apex Legends.
  • Apex Pathfinder (Level 1) – Win 1 game as Pathfinder
  • Apex Pathfinder (Level 2) – Win 5 games as Pathfinder
  • Apex Pathfinder (Level 3) – Win 15 games as Pathfinder
  • Apex Pathfinder (Level 4) – Win 50 games as Pathfinder
  • Apex Pathfinder (Level 5) – Win 100 games as Pathfinder
  • Pathfinder’s Wake – Kill at least 20 enemies in one game
  • Pathfinder’s Wrath (Level 1) – Deal 2000 damage in a single game
  • Pathfinder’s Wrath (Level 2) – Deal 2500 damage in a single game
  • Pathfinder’s Wrath (Level 3) – Deal 3000 damage in a single game
  • Pathfinder’s Wrath (Level 4) – Deal 4000 damage in a single game

Wraith badges

Pro Gear SettingsEvery Wraith badge in Apex Legends.
  • Apex Wraith (Level 1) – Win 1 game as Wraith
  • Apex Wraith (Level 2) – Win 5 games as Wraith
  • Apex Wraith (Level 3) – Win 15 games as Wraith
  • Apex Wraith (Level 4) – Win 50 games as Wraith
  • Apex Wraith (Level 5) – Win 100 games as Wraith
  • Wraith’s Wake – Kill at least 20 enemies in one game
  • Wraith’s Wrath (Level 1) – Deal 2000 damage in a single game
  • Wraith’s Wrath (Level 2) – Deal 2500 damage in a single game
  • Wraith’s  Wrath (Level 3) – Deal 3000 damage in a single game
  • Wraith’s Wrath (Level 4) – Deal 4000 damage in a single game

Bangalore badges

Pro Gear SettingsEvery Bangalore badge in Apex Legends.
  • Apex Bangalore (Level 1) – Win 1 game as Bangalore
  • Apex Bangalore (Level 2) – Win 5 games as Bangalore
  • Apex Bangalore (Level 3) – Win 15 games as Bangalore
  • Apex Bangalore (Level 4) – Win 50 games as Bangalore
  • Apex Bangalore (Level 5) – Win 100 games as Bangalore
  • Bangalore’s Wake – Kill at least 20 enemies in one game
  • Bangalore’s Wrath (Level 1) – Deal 2000 damage in a single game
  • Bangalore’s Wrath (Level 2) – Deal 2500 damage in a single game
  • Bangalore’s Wrath (Level 3) – Deal 3000 damage in a single game
  • Bangalore’s Wrath (Level 4) – Deal 4000 damage in a single game

Caustic badges

PRO GEAR SETTINGSEvery Caustic badge in Apex Legends.
  • Apex Caustic (Level 1) – Win 1 game as Caustic
  • Apex Caustic (Level 2) – Win 5 games as Caustic
  • Apex Caustic (Level 3) – Win 15 games as Caustic
  • Apex Caustic (Level 4) – Win 50 games as Caustic
  • Apex Caustic (Level 5) – Win 100 games as Caustic
  • Caustic’s Wake – Kill at least 20 enemies in one game
  • Caustic’s Wrath (Level 1) – Deal 2000 damage in a single game
  • Caustic’s Wrath (Level 2) – Deal 2500 damage in a single game
  • Caustic’s Wrath (Level 3) – Deal 3000 damage in a single game
  • Caustic’s Wrath (Level 4) – Deal 4000 damage in a single game

Mirage badges

Pro Gear SettingsEvery Mirage badge in Apex Legends.
  • Apex Mirage (Level 1) – Win 1 game as Mirage
  • Apex Mirage (Level 2) – Win 5 games as Mirage
  • Apex Mirage (Level 3) – Win 15 games as Mirage
  • Apex Mirage (Level 4) – Win 50 games as Mirage
  • Apex Mirage (Level 5) – Win 100 games as Mirage
  • Mirage’s Wake – Kill at least 20 enemies in one game
  • Mirage’s Wrath (Level 1) – Deal 2000 damage in a single game
  • Mirage’s Wrath (Level 2) – Deal 2500 damage in a single game
  • Mirage’s Wrath (Level 3) – Deal 3000 damage in a single game
  • Mirage’s Wrath (Level 4) – Deal 4000 damage in a single game

Octane badges

Pro Gear SettingsEvery Octane badge in Apex Legends.
  • Apex Octane (Level 1) – Win 1 game as Octane
  • Apex Octane (Level 2) – Win 5 games as Octane
  • Apex Octane (Level 3) – Win 15 games as Octane
  • Apex Octane (Level 4) – Win 50 games as Octane
  • Apex Octane (Level 5) – Win 100 games as Octane
  • Octane’s Wake – Kill at least 20 enemies in one game
  • Octane’s Wrath (Level 1) – Deal 2000 damage in a single game
  • Octane’s Wrath (Level 2) – Deal 2500 damage in a single game
  • Octane’s Wrath (Level 3) – Deal 3000 damage in a single game
  • Octane’s Wrath (Level 4) – Deal 4000 damage in a single game

Unlockable on all Legends badges

PRO GEAR SETTINGSAny Legend can be used to unlock these badges.
  • Flawless Victory 1 – Win a game where no one in the squad dies during the match
  • Flawless Victory 2 – Win a game where no one in the squad gets knocked down during the match
  • Shot Caller – Win a game as the Jumpmaster
  • Apex Predator – Win a game while being the Kill Leader
  • The Legacy Continue – Win a game where your full squad was alive at the end
  • Deadeye – Get the last kill of a game 
  • Assassin (Level 1) – Play 5 games with 5 or more kills
  • Assassin (Level 2) – Play 15 games with 5 or more kills
  • Assassin (Level 3) – Play 50 games with 5 or more kills
  • Assassin (Level 4) – Play 100 games with 5 or more kills
  • Squad Wipe – Kill all 3 members of an enemy squad
  • Triple Triple – Kill all 3 members of 3 enemy squads in the same
PRO GEAR SETTINGSEven more badges that can be picked up on any Legend.
  • Double Duty – Win a game where you were the Kill Leader and the Champion
  • Headshot Hotshot – Win a game with 5 headshot kills
  • No One Left Behind – Respawn both teammates in the same game
  • Rapid Elimination – Down 4 enemies within 20 seconds
  • Reinforcement Recall – Kill someone within 10 seconds of them landing from a respawn dropship
  • Hot Streak – Using the same Legend, win 2 games in a row
Apex Legends

How to master Octane in Apex Legends: Abilities, tips, more

Published: 23/Feb/2021 11:55 Updated: 23/Feb/2021 11:58

by Alex Garton

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Season 8 has introduced a set of impactful buffs to Octane’s kit making his ultimate ability more reliable and effective. Of course, this means there’s no better time to master the Adrenaline Junkie and take over the Apex Games as Octane.

The launch of Season 8 of Apex Legends brought a range of new content to the game for players to experience. From the new Legend Fuse to the 30-30 Repeater, and of course, the introduction of the reworked King’s Canyon map.

On top of this, a host of buffs and nerfs were applied to existing Legends within the game, with Octane being the recipient of a number of significant changes.

Buffs to the Adrenaline Junkie’s Ultimate ability have made his kit more reliable in high-pressure situations and easier to control. So, mastering Octane in Season 8 could be a great way to win more games and dominate your matches.

If you want to find out how to master any of the weapons in this list, then check out our guides below:
Weapons Tier List | R99 | Mastiff | Spitfire | 30/30 Repeater | Eva-8 Auto | Flatline | Alternator | Volt SMG | L-STAR | Hemlok | Havoc | Sentinel | Wingman |

How to make use of Octane’s abilities

Passive: Swift Mend

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Octane’s passive automatically allows him to restore health.

Octane’s Passive ability Swift Mend allows him to automatically regenerate health over time. When out of combat, the Adrenaline Junkie will restore one health per second, giving him a great source of sustain between fights.

Swift Mend will even continue to work when Octane is knocked down but keep in mind it will not prevent him from bleeding out. Although the ability isn’t an auto-revive, it does mean that if one of your teammates can get you up in a gunfight, you’ll be able to jump into the skirmish a lot quicker than other Legends.

Of course, Octane’s passive won’t significantly impact any aggressive skirmishes, but for drawn-out gunfights, it can be an incredible ability.

Tactical: Stim

Octane stim
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Octane’s Stim is his most iconic ability and the source of his speed.

Octane’s Tactical ability Stim allows him to increase his movement speed significantly for a short period of time. Once activated Stim will increase his sprint speed by 40% and his normal run speed by 30% for six seconds. Keep in mind this ability does cost Octane 12 health per-use, but due to his Passive ability, it doesn’t take Octane long to regenerate that back.

Although Stim can be useful for simple rotations, don’t underestimate the ability’s power in aggressive pushes. Octane is capable of closing the gap on an enemy incredibly quickly, allowing you to catch them off-guard and take them out. Of course, try not to be overly reckless with his movement speed – but it’s definitely a tool that can be used to your advantage.

Finally, keep in mind Octane cannot kill himself with the health cost from his Stim ability, so don’t be afraid to use it if you’re low on health and desperate for a way out.

Ultimate: Launch Pad

Launch Pad Octane
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Every member of a squad can use Octane Ultimate ability.

Octane’s Ultimate Launch Pad gives him the ability to put down a device that propels him into the air and even gives him a double jump to shift direction. Compared to other Ultimate’s in the game, Octane’s Launch Pad is on an extremely low cooldown of 60 seconds, meaning players can regularly use it to make plays and push opponents.

It’s worth noting that in the Season 8 patch, Octane’s Launch Pad was reworked to give players more control over the direction that they fly. So, if you’re looking to fly in a horizontal direction, hit the pad while crouching. However, if you’re looking for a high-arc jump, head onto the pad in a normal standing position.

Although these changes are nothing huge, they do give Octane players more control over how they want to approach a fight using his Ultimate.

Octane tips and tricks

1. Don’t be afraid to use Stim

Octane Stim
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Octane’s Stim ability has a two-second cooldown.

For a lot of new Octane players, using the Stim ability can feel strange as you’re losing health while it’s active, but as Swift Mend is available out of combat, it’s key you use Stim a lot.

Having access to a significant movement speed increase as soon as you drop into the map is incredibly powerful, especially in the early game. So, make sure you’re using Stim while looting to get geared up as quickly as possible. As the ability is on a two-second cooldown, you can afford to spam it and use Octane’s speed to your advantage.

Of course, there’s always a chance you get caught with lower health than an opponent, but Octane is a high-risk Legend that rewards an aggressive playstyle, so play to his strengths.

Look for flanks on enemies

Octane tricks
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Octane has some of the best movement-based abilities in Apex, so make the most of them.

With Octane’s Launch Pad and Stim, you have all the tools to look for some amazing flanks. Whether you fly over the top of the gunfight with his Ultimate ability or use his tactical Stim to run around the side to find a devastating flank, it’s key you make the most of Octane’s movement-based kit.

Of course, this tip comes with the caveat that a flank is not always the right decision in a skirmish. Assess where your teammates are positioned and whether your solo mission may put them in harm’s way. If so, it may be better to take a standard approach and stick with your team.

Use his movement abilities as a getaway option

Octane guide
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Don’t be afraid to use Octane’s Launch Pad as a means of retreat

Although Octane rewards an aggressive playstyle, not every gunfight will go to plan, so having a means of escape is key. For the Adrenaline Junkie, his aggressive abilities are also his defensive ones, so don’t be afraid to use his Ultimate to get out of a sticky situation.

The same applies with Stim, although it costs 12 health to use, the movement speed boost may be the difference-maker in you getting out alive.


Hopefully, this guide has given you plenty of tips and tricks to completely master Octane, the Adrenaline Junkie. Before long, you’ll be dominating the Apex Games and Stimming your way to victory.

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