Even though Apex Legends is chock full of characters, only a few can use their abilities while driving around Olympus on the Trident.
With the start of Apex Legends Season 7, Respawn Entertainment made the move to introduce the battle royale’s first vehicle in the form of the Trident.
The three-seater hovercraft spawns at certain locations around Olympus and can get you from A to B quite quickly, which is ideal if you need to make a long rotation to a circle that is starting to close in.
As players have started to experiment with different legends using the hovercraft, it’s become apparent that not everyone can use their abilities while taking a ride and only a few legends can get a bit of a leg up.
Given that you, sadly, can’t run over enemies with the Trident to rack up eliminations, abilities are your next best bet for picking up kills while whizzing around the new Apex Legends map.
The best of which is, obviously, Rampart’s ultimate – the Sheila minigun. This can be placed at the back of the Trident and operated as a turret. However, it only shoots forward, so you do have to keep enemies in view.
Aside from that, Caustic’s gas traps can be placed all over but you will need to run near an enemy to trigger it. Lifeline’s DOC drone, Crypto’s Drone, and Gibraltar’s dome can also be used while on the Trident.
Every Apex Legends ability that can be used on the Trident vehicles
- Rampart’s Ultimate – Can be placed at the back of the Trident
- Caustic Traps – Can be placed anywhere on top of the Trident
- Lifeline Drone – Can be placed anywhere on top of the Trident
- Crypto Drone – Can be used while riding as a passenger on the trident
- Gibraltar Dome – Can be placed on the middle section of the Trident
As for other legends like Horizon and Octane, their Gravity Lift and Launch Pad can be used to impact the Trident but if you try and place either of them on top of the vehicle, they will simply slide off.
One other notable omissions is Wattson’s Interceptor Pylon, which will also simply slide off if you try to place it on the Trident.
Other abilities simply can’t be used while you’re whizzing around the map, and that could change over the course of the season, but the final decision will ultimately rest with Respawn.
When does Apex Legends Season 10 start? Emergence update release time
Apex Legends Season 10 will be here very soon, so here is the release time for the Emergence update when players will be able to jump into the action.
Apex Legends Season 9 is here, but when does Season 10 start? Here is everything we know about the Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence update release time.
Now, the devs are preparing fans for the Emergence update that will mark the start of Season 10 for the battle royale game.
Here is when the Apex Legends Season 10 Emergence update release time will be taking place so that players can know exactly when they will be able to experience all of the exciting new content the game will be adding.
When does Apex Legends Season 10 start?
Generally, a new season of Apex Legends lasts for three months, and the next update launches the following day. The Legacy update will end on August 2, 2021, with Season 10 launching on August 3.
Apex Legends Emergence update release time
Based upon the previous schedules for new updates in the popular battle royale game, the release time for the update will be taking place at 10 AM PST/1 PM EST/ 6 PM BST on August 3, 2021, barring any delays for the Apex Legends update release time from Respawn Entertainment.
We will update this piece with any new developments regarding the Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence update release time if any are made official.
There is no doubt that the community is extremely excited to see everything new that will be coming to the fan-favorite game become available for them to experience.
From the new character known as Seer to a new Rampart LMG and updates to the World’s Edge map, there will be plenty of content for the community to dive into and enjoy on August 2, 2021.
A new battle pass will also be added to the game when the game’s new season starts, and it contains a treasure trove of unique and exciting cosmetic items players will be able to earn when playing.
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Dr Disrespect explains why he hates Apex Legends: “It’s boring! Shooting shields, I don’t like it!”
Popular streamer Dr Disrespect recently gave his thoughts on Apex Legends while playing and explained why he is a not a fan of the battle royale game.
Apex Legends is one of the most popular battle royale games in the world, but high-profile streamer Dr Disrespect recently explained why he is not a fan of the first-person shooter.
The past couple of years has seen Apex Legends rise to become one of the most popular video games globally. The battle royale game has become a staple in the gaming community thanks to its action-packed gameplay and mechanics.
However, as with every multiplayer game, some players do not enjoy what Apex Legends offers. One player who still has not been bitten by the Apex Legends bug is Dr Disrespect, who recently explained while streaming why he hates the game.
After being eliminated in a match, Dr Disrespect began to explain his frustrations with Apex Legends and what he does not enjoy about the game. A great deal of his criticism focuses on the large number of bullets it takes to down enemies and how the shield healing aspect of Apex legends.
“I hate this game! It’s boring! Shooting shields, I don’t like it. A full spray and the f**king clip is never enough to knock a guy. Right?”
Dr Disrespect then went on to explain why the high time to kill in Apex Legends is why he believes the battle royale has not risen to be a more popular esports game.
That’s why no one wants to watch this game competitively. Nobody wants to! You can’t create that one shot,” Dr Disrespect continued.
“That’s why it didn’t do good in esports. No one wants to watch it! At the end, everyone is camping out with bubble shields on, camping doors like this: opening and closing, opening and closing. Just to shoot someone’s purple or gold shield twice and then have the gas kill everyone…I Just don’t know, man.”
There is no doubt that Apex Legends has a much higher time to kill than other battle royale games like Warzone, which has been seen as a positive and a negative in the video game community.
However, while Dr Disrespect’s latest remarks focused on why he doesn’t enjoy Apex Legends. he has not been shy about his frustrations with Call of Duty: Warzone and other games in the past.
With Dr Disrespect having explained his optimism for Battlefield 2042 in the past, it looks as though that will be the next game the popular streamer will be trying out with Apex Legends and Warzone not quenching his gaming thirst at this time.
For more Apex Legends, check out all of the latest Season 10: Emergence update patch notes, and stay tuned for future news and guides.
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Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence battle pass tiers and rewards
Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence is dropping with new content in the battle pass, let’s take a look at what it is being offered to the community.
Apex Legends have officially revealed details on their Season 10: Emergence battle pass, including skins and cosmetics for various Legends.
As well as this, Respawn Entertainment also dropped a great new battle pass overview trailer, where fans got to see some of the content they can expect to see in the new season.
Apex Legends Season 10 battle pass tiers and rewards
Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence will be dropping on August 3, around 10 AM PST.
Upon release, players will have access to the battle pass, which will cost 950 Apex Coins, with the option to buy a 2,800 Battle Pass Bundle that includes a 25 tier boost for those who want a head start.
The most notable items in the battle pass are:
- Tier 1: Gibraltar, Wattson, Seer skins
- Tier 25: Valkyrie skin
- Tier 50: Horizon skin
- Tier 74: Lifeline skin
- Tier 80: Pathfinder skin
- Tier 100-110: New reactive Volt skin
Apex Legends Season 10 battle pass free rewards
Further, for those who don’t buy the battle pass, you will still have access to a variety of free rewards:
Bloodhound Character Skin, 7 Apex Packs, 11 Weapon Skins, 4 Load Screens, Season 10 Win Trackers for all Legends, 1 Music Pack, 300 Apex Coins, Season Badge.
There you have it, every tier and item available in the Apex Legends Season 10 battle pass.
Plenty of players will be excited to get their hands on all of the new and exciting items in the game’s newest battle pass and show them off when they chase wins and kills in the fan-favorite battle royale game.
For more on Apex Legends, stay tuned via Charlie INTEL, where we will be covering everything on Season 10, including the ranked updates.
Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment
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