How to infinitely slide in Apex Legends
One fan has found a new way to infinitely slide in Apex Legends while playing with a mouse and keyboard. The trick involves using crouch, and although it’s not the most groundbreaking technique; it’s fun.
Mobility is a huge aspect of any Apex Legends match. If you want to stay ahead of your opponents, then you’ll have to move fast and avoid their attacks. Sliding is one of the most fun maneuvers that you can pull off in the game.
This ability is useful for traversing across the map as you slide down slopes, and it’s also a good way to avoid damage during combat since you’ll be harder to hit. If you could go through the entire map while sliding, then you’d be much better at dodging.
Now you can perform a trick with crouch to do just that in Apex Legends Season 7
Apex player discovers infinite slide exploit
One Apex Legends player has discovered a new trick that you can use to infinitely slide in a match while playing with a mouse and keyboard. Reddit user u/KremitOG posted a clip in the Apex Legends subreddit, in which he showed off this ability.
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The best part is that you don’t need to exploit any bug or glitch to perform this maneuver. Just rebind crouch to your mouse’s scroll wheel. Now you can keep sliding for as long as you’re spinning the wheel. You will become incredibly annoying to your enemies as your move too quick for them to hit.
Needless to say, this trick is only accessible to those with a mouse and keyboard at their disposal. Meaning that if you’re playing Apex Legends on a console, then you’re out of luck. You can see this happen in the clip below:
The player starts sliding and then starts scrolling his mouse wheel to hit the crouch input. This lets them slide continuously which looks cool, and helps you avoid enemy attacks while moving. It also looks a bit funny and is more entertaining than it is practical.
This trick is fun, and we doubt that Respawn will want to get rid of it since it doesn’t hurt your gameplay experience. It’s a nice little maneuver that’s exclusive for PC players.
Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment/Diamond