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Summit1g can’t believe how hilariously bad his aim is on Apex Legends

Published: 5/Feb/2019 20:54 Updated: 6/Feb/2019 1:00

by David Purcell

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Popular streamer Jaryd ‘Summit1g‘ Lazar swapped Sea of Thieves for the new Apex Legends game and he couldn’t believe how badly his aiming has deteriorated over time. 

Summit, who is well-known for his Counter-Strike: Global Offensive exploits, decided to give his viewers something different when he tried out the new free-to-play title from Titanfall’s Respawn studio.

However, nobody could have predicted just how embarrassing one of the streamer’s first performances would turn out to be. 

Apex Legends is the latest game to follow the Battle Royale trend, just like Fortnite and PUBG.

After his teammate JoshOG was knocked down, he quickly called out the location of the player – expecting Summit to rush in and save the day with his pistol. “Guy behind me, guy behind me” he said, before being eliminated. 

Summit spotted the enemy and had the high ground, which – you would think – would make it easier for him to pick the player off. “Bro, full potato!” he shouted, after being mocked by his squad for missing a few shots. “He’s running like a ninja bro!” Summit joked. 

Not many people would have expected it to take not one, not two, but nineteen shots from point-blank range for him to pick up a single kill in this hilariously bad play. 

Summit might gain a lot of attention from this shooting gaffe, but he’s not the only high-profile streamer testing the game at the moment. 

In fact, Dr Disrespect has already found a hilarious new way to use grappling hooks in the game and shroud has also been discussing the impressive weapon recoil features too.  

With hype building for the game right now, the Apex Legends’ developing team Respawn has laid out its objectives for the next 12 months and it’s fair to say things look really exciting for fans.

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Apex Legends Chaos Theory event: Caustic Town Takeover, Leaks, heirloom

Published: 24/Feb/2021 14:43

by Calum Patterson

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Apex Legends Season 8 event, Chaos Theory, is expected to release in March, and will launch alongside the release of Apex on Nintendo Switch. Here’s everything we know about the event so far, including release date, leaks, rumors and even an heirloom to be expected.

When is Chaos Theory event in Apex Legends?

The event is expected to start on March 11, just a couple days after the Switch release for Apex Legends, on March 9. This will follow the conclusion of the Anniversary Collection event on March 3, after it was extended by a week.

Events typically last between two and three weeks, so expect a similar time frame for Chaos Theory.

Despite no official announcement yet, we know it will be called Chaos Theory after Target revealed it early on their Nintendo Switch Champion Edition listing.

Caustic Town Takeover

Respawn have been teasing the next Town Takeover, expected to be for Caustic, in-game. The first teaser dropped on February 23.

The Town Takeover will be at Water Treatment on Kings Canyon, but we will have to wait until Respawn do a full reveal to see what it looks like.

Caustic in Apex Legends
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Caustic is next up for a Town Takeover in Apex Legends

Bangalore Heirloom

Bangalore is the only original launch Legend who hasn’t received an heirloom yet, and all signs point to her being next up.

Numerous leaks from data miners have found what Bangalore’s heirloom will be, so you can check it out here if you don’t mind the spoiler.

The Anniversary Collection event provides the opportunity to get 150 heirloom shards, so if you’re a Bangalore main, you might want to hold on to those shards for a bit.

Bangalore in war paint in apex Legends
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Bangalore is the only original launch Legend without an heirloom – yet.

Chaos Theory event skins

We don’t yet have any images of the skins coming in the event, but data miners have narrowed down which Legends we can expect some new cosmetics for specifically.

Thanks to reliable leaker Biast12, the expected event skins are for the following characters:

Legendary:

  • Caustic
  • Crypto
  • Gibraltar
  • Loba
  • Rampart
  • Revenant
  • Wattson

Epic:

  • Octane
  • Caustic
  • Wattson

There are also files for numerous recolors for past event skins, but we’re not sure yet if these will be available during the Chaos Theory event, or separately.


That’s everything we know so far about the Chaos Theory event, though there are still a lot of details unknown. We’ll keep you updated on everything right here, and on Twitter @TitanfallBlog.

For more Apex Legends Season 8 tips and tricks check out our guides below:
30-30 Repeater guide | All legend buffs and nerfs | All weapon buffs and nerfs | Fuse guide | What is in the Season 8 battle pass? | Season 8 Patch notes | How to open explosive holds | Spitfire guide | R99 guide | Mastiff guide | When is Apex for Switch out?