Curious to see how your Apex Legends stats stack up compared to others? Or maybe you just want to find out if your KD is above or below the average. Let’s find out by looking at the Apex Legends average KD.
How many times have you hesitated when someone has asked what your KD ratio is on Apex Legends because you’re unsure what the average is and whether yours is good or bad.
Whether it’s the guns you’re using, or the Legend, here at Charlie INTEL, we don’t judge. However, we can show you what an average KD looks like in Apex Legends to ease your mind or make you work harder to achieve better.
Apex Legends average KD
KD, or kill to death ratio, has always been a big part of measuring skill in multiplayer FPS games. However, due to the recent obsession with battle royales, SBMM, and the addition of Ranked Leagues, KDs have become more inconspicuous and really depend on what type of lobbies you’re playing in.
The general consensus is that any KD just above or below 1.0 is considered an average KD on Apex Legends. This means that for every death you have, you will have at least secured one kill.
If your KD is lower than 1.0 and looks more like 0.80 or lower, this would be considered below average as you are dying more than you are killing. To increase your KD back up more towards the average, you will need to start killing more people before you are eliminated.
If your KD happens to be above 1.0 and looks more like 1.5 or higher, this would be considered above average in Apex Legends as you will be killing more than one person every game before dying.
How to check your KD
You can check your lifetime battle royale KD by pressing your username above the Legend on the lobby screen. This will take you to a page full of your player stats. In th middle will be your lifetime stats, and the right will be your current season stats.
Players can also see stats via each season or even ranked by pressing the title above the stats on the right side, giving you an option to select any season you would like to see your personal stats in.
Alternatively, you can also use websites like Apex Legends Tracker to see your KD and any other stat you might be interested in finding out, including your recent performances.
That’s it for average KDs on Apex Legends. For more, stay tuned on Charlie INTEL and check out our article on ranked Arenas.
Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment
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