How to get Apex Legends 20 kill badge: Tips & tricks
Respawn’s battle royale has many badges for players to obtain, but possibly the most difficult to gain is the Apex Legends 20 kill badge. Here are our tips and tricks to improve your chances.
Respawn’s Apex Legends is now in Season 17, and the seasonal update has added a ton of changes for players to check out, such as a few buffs and nerfs to existing Legends as well as the addition of the new character, Ballistic.
As you play Apex Legends matches, you’ll be able to earn badges for each Legend, and the Apex Legends 20 kill badge is possibly the most sought-after badge in the game. If you want to get your hands on it then these tips and tricks will make things much easier.
How to get Apex Legends 20 kill badge
In order to get the 20 kill badge, players must rack up 20 kills in a single battle royale match. Unfortunately, players cannot gain the 20 kill badge in the Mixtape playlist or LTMs, but it would be a pretty big achievement if you got that number of kills in any LTM.
You may think that only Apex Predators and Masters are good enough to get this kind of badge. However, in reality, it takes time and patience to get the 20 kill badge, as well as a little bit of luck.
Here are our tips and tricks for getting the Apex Legends 20 kill badge.
If you’re off to a good start in a match and have picked up some kills off the drop, stay patient and don’t start losing composure. Work out how many enemies are left alive, figure out a plan to eliminate the number of enemies you need, and stick with it.
Just getting a victory can be demanding some days in Apex Legends, but patience is the key to reaching your goals and getting the 20 kill badge. Having a mentality of taking your time and working to achieve something can also be applied to your gameplay.
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Similarly to being patient, players will also have to be persistent on their journey to getting the 20 kill badge. Not every match will have the same opportunities, some games will end early, and the chance to get 20 kills may be distant after the first round.
Some games will be different and have an abundance of players right up until the final circles. Just stay persistent and don’t give up, that perfect lobby will come.
Sometimes dropping hot may give you the best chance of obtaining the 20 kill badge, especially if you get off to a good start and survive the chaos. However, sometimes it’s best to drop strategically, get the loot you need, and push the areas you know players will be fighting.
No fill or find a teammate to assist
The worst thing that can happen is for you to be close to your 20 kill badge, and some random teammates swoop in, taking the final kills you need to reach the goal. You can avoid this by simply unticking “Fill Teammates” in the lobby, allowing you to play games as a solo.
Alternatively, you can get one of your friends to help you obtain the badge by asking them to assist you, doing damage to enemies so that you can still get the kills.
Hopefully, these tips can help you get the Apex Legends 20 kill badge in the battle royale title. As the saying goes, practice makes perfect, so keep trying!
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