If you were ever trying to quickly capture your experience against a streamer in Apex Legends, this newly created tool will make things a lot easier for you.
If you're an avid player of the game, then you might have come across them in one way or another, and interacted with them. When this happens, players will want to find out what the other streamer said about them or even share a clip with friends if they were able to pull off a sick play.
Instead of having to search through a streamer's VOD or clips, this new tool will allow you to just type in your name, and it'll find your interaction with them for you to easily record it.
This is a much easier method than capturing moments, so if you're ever in a game with a big streamer, it's certainly something to keep in mind.
This tool, which can be found here, is being created by Reddit user Gaploid. It works by watching streams, and keeping track of kills, knocks, assists and anything else related to the game at all times.
Typing in your in-game name will find if you've ever had an interaction with a streamer, and it will reveal it to you, taking away much of the heavy lifting you'd have to do otherwise.
He explains how it currently only works for English speaking streamers, and for streamers who are on PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Apex Legends.
In the future, the tool will expand to include other languages and even more streamers.
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