Apex Legends

How to see your total playtime in Apex Legends

Published: 23/Nov/2020 14:26 Updated: 23/Nov/2020 14:33

by Alex Garton


Keeping an eye on Apex Legends playtime can be difficult for players as it is not recorded on consoles. Luckily, there’s a way you can track your game time and achievements using an outside source.

Apex Legends is an extremely fun game that players can easily sink hundreds if not thousands of hours into. However, it’s not actually very easy for players to keep track of their overall game time as EA has not implemented a tracking feature.

For some, knowing how long they’ve put into the game on competitive titles is important. It shows how much dedication and effort they have committed in order to get better. However, as there is no tracking feature, Apex players are left guessing their overall game time.

Well, using an outside source, it’s now possible to find out exactly how many hours you’ve played Apex on console.

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Season 7 of Apex Legends introduced the new Olympus map to the game.

How to track your playtime on Apex Legends

A thread posted to the Apex Legends subreddit has revealed how players can check their playtime in Apex on console.

The process involves using a website called Exophase which tracks playtime, trophies, and achievements. Let’s check out exactly how you can check your playtime on Apex.

  1. Copy and paste this link into your browser: https://www.exophase.com/psn/user/YourName/
  2. Replace ‘PSN’ with ‘Xbox’ if you’re on an Xbox One or leave it if you’re on PlayStation
  3. Replace ‘YourName’ with your Gamertag on PlayStation or Xbox
  4. Hit enter and Exophase will provide you with your playtime on Apex Legends
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Exophase shows the playtime for all your games, not just Apex.

It’s worth noting that Exophase not only provides you with your Apex playtime, but every game you’ve played on console. On top of this, it will display all the achievements and trophies you have acquired while playing each title.

Finally, if you’re receiving an error message, you’ll need to sign up for an Exophase account and verify your email which is completely free. Knowing what you now know, there should be no problem accessing the data you need!

Apex Legends

Kings Canyon and Mirage Voyage make surprise return to Apex Legends

Published: 15/Jan/2021 20:15

by Theo Salaun


In an impromptu update, Respawn Entertainment have delighted Apex Legends fans by bringing back both the Kings Canyon map and the Mirage Voyage point of interest for a limited time.

The Apex community lit up with a blend of surprise and joy when users logged onto the popular battle royale and found out that Kings Canyon was reintroduced to the game’s playlist options. As an added bonus, the game’s most infamous party boat, the Mirage Voyage, also spontaneously re-emerged as a landing spot.

A common emotional accompaniment to surprise is confusion and this geographical return was not lacking in either, according to Twitter reactions. The option to play on Kings Row was originally speculated to be a mistake because the playlist choice was only showing up for some players and mysteriously appearing then disappearing for others. 

But, following an official announcement from the Apex Legends Twitter account, it’s confirmed that the returns of Kings Canyon and Mirage Voyage are no mistake. In fact, they will be around for a full week.

Echoing the enthusiasm of their fans, Apex’s social media account delivered the news with a simple nod to jubilations: “It’s party time.”

And, as fans have been discovering in the brief time the map’s been made available, there are some tweaks to Kings Canyon and Mirage Voyage this time around — including some notable teasers and easter eggs. 

In one such piece of subtle content, there is a voicemail left to Mirage by his mother, Evelyn Witt, which can be found on a phone or tablet device that’s been left on one of the boat’s green couches. While it’s not a groundbreaking piece of lore, it does add to the game’s longrunning storylines.

This marks the first time since August 2020 that Mirage Voyage is available to contest in Apex Legends and the first time ever that it has sailed into Kings Canyon instead of World’s Edge. This blend of returns is both a chance for nostalgia and for content overlap.

Although the new playlist option will only be available until January 21, fans will be curious to know if this means Respawn intends on continuing to spontaneously bring back limited playlist offerings in the future.