I’ve been apex for a couple weeks on ps4 and I struggle a lot. Whenever I come across enemies I die and I mean every time. I feel like I’m make bad movement and decisions when fighting. I really like the game and just want to be a better player and not garbage. I feel like I’m doing everything wrong in this game.
Spend some time in the firing range and try to get the high ground in fights, when possible have 1/3 of your screen covered by some form of cover between you and your opponent. Because I saw that you play caustic try to keep your back covered wirh a trap. Let’s say you are going against a team, you are behind a large rock. They can flank you on the other side of the rock. If you have a trap there it can warn you, it can distract them as a means to escape, it can disorient them and cause them damage while you regroup .ID: gq66dpg
What do I do in the firing range
Who do you play?ID: gq64hr8
Honestly I'd recommend not starting with Caustic. He requires a knowledge of Apex just so you know when and where to apply his abilities. If you haven't set him up before a fight his ability set doesn't really help midfight.
I'd recommend choosing someone who has abilities that work midcombat to help offset your lower skill level.
Do you have crossplay enabled? If you do I suggest turning it off first, until you're confident in your skills. There are a lot of pc smurf players.ID: gq7rx4s
Bad advice since you only enter PC lobbies if you’re a pre-made squad with other PC players. It’s recommended to enable crossplay for console player because the player pool increases and therefore the chances to get „fair“ lobbies becomes higher.
It takes time, you are just a few weeks in. i started playing on day 1 and it took me until season 4 to not be garbage. Sure aiming is important of it but honestly in Apex , movement and game sense are in my opinion more important than aiming.
There is tons of videos on movement that you can watch, and i dont mean those fancy movement like bunny hopping, wall jumping or the backward slide. Yes they help but get comfortable with the basic , running , walking , crouching , sliding , climbing first.
Knowing the maps and the building layout, where and what you can climb helps but that will come with time.
Game sense is another story... it just comes with experience and getting a feeling for where teams might be coming from, anticipating another players movement/reactions ,etc