Apex Legends Season 18 Pick Rates: Most Popular Legends

Apex Legends Season 18 pick rates reveal some surprising choices as the most popular Legends.

Even though Apex Legends: Resurrection released over a month ago, the pick rates for the most popular Legends are still changing from day to day. The legend claiming the top spot today can easily be dethroned by this time next week. Additionally, with the conclusion of the 2023 ALGS Championship, the desire to try out new legends is greater than ever.

Here’s a breakdown of all the Apex Legends pick rates in Season 18, per Apex Legends status.

Check out the Apex Legends pick rates in Season 18, including the most popular Legends.

  1. Octane number: 9.2%
  2. Revenant: 8.8%
  3. Boy Scouts: 8.4%
  4. Horizon: 8.2%
  5. Spirit: 8%
  6. Bangalore: 7.9%
  7. Bloodhound: 5.4%
  8. Lifeline: 5.2%
  9. Loba: 4.5%
  10. Catalyst: 4.3%
  11. Backup: 4.1%
  12. Valkyrie: 3.2%
  13. Crazy Maggie: 2.8%
  14. Fata Morgana: 2.6%
  15. Ash: 2.6%
  16. Corrosive: 2.2%
  17. Wattson: 2.1%
  18. Ballistic: 2%
  19. Advantage: 1.9%
  20. Wall: 1.8%
  21. Gibraltar: 1.5%
  22. Newcastle: 1.3%
  23. Seer: 1.2%
  24. Crypto: 1.2%

The Legend with the highest pick rate in Season 18 is Octane. His agility is unmatched, making him the perfect Legend to lead rotations, attack opponents, or retreat from a fight. His popularity isn’t surprising, but he remains at the top, especially in a season focused on Revenant.

Revenant Reborn, a rework of Revenant, capped off Season 18 with new abilities, a collection event, and an improved Heirloom. For most of August, Revenant was the most popular Legend as players explored all of its new features, but just a month later, it had already lost the top spot. He could soon be overtaken by Pathfinder.

Accordingly ActivePlayer, Apex Legends’ player count throughout Season 18 has already surpassed Season 17’s total. As of August 2023, there were an average of 66,115,120 Apex Legends players, the highest average since April.

With rumors of a future Fuse Heirloom and Collection event circulating, player numbers will likely continue to increase.

Greg Norman

Greg Norman is a WSTPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Greg Norman joined WSTPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing edmund gregnorman@wstpost.com.

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