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How to track your stats in Apex Legends

Learn how to track your stats and see how you've been doing in Apex Legends.


Unlike most FPS games out there, if you want to track your stats in Apex Legends, then you’re going to need to jump through a few hoops. The good news is, this guide will tell you everything you need to know to see how you rank in kills, headshots, and more right from the game itself.

How to track your stats in Apex Legends

Most FPS games out there will allow players to check their stats from a place on the main menu. In Apex Legends, though, Respawn has chosen a different way to show off your stats. That’s where the Trackers for your Banners come into play.

Banners are basically cards that showcase your current Legend, as well as some other information like your Pose, Frame, Badges you’ve earned, and Trackers, which showcase different stats for that particular character. Unlike other games, where stats are clearly portrayed, Apex Legends keeps with the gameshow mentality and has them as items that you can unlock for your Banner.

how to track your stats in Apex Legends
You can track your stats in Apex Legends from the Banner tab.

You can see your stats without unlocking the particular Tracker, however you won’t be able to show that stat off until you’ve unlocked it by getting it from a lootbox or by crafting it with 30 Crafting Metals. Each character will also have three specific Trackers, which you can unlock by crafting them with 30 Crafting Metals. As stated before, you can still see the stats yourself, but if you want to show them off when you’re taking part in matches, then you will need to unlock them.

When you have unlocked a Tracker, you can then equip it in one of three spots on your Banner. These can be changed out whenever you want and will be used to showcase your various stats to the world. While you can find some third-party trackers out there, they all require a bit of hoop jumping, and honestly, the best way to track your stats is already built into the game.

Now that you know how to track your stats in Apex Legends, you can dive right in and start working your way back to the top.

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    April 1, 2019 12:00 PM

    Josh Hawkins posted a new article, How to track your stats in Apex Legends

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      April 1, 2019 1:08 PM

      It's not perfect... but this is better than the article.

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        April 1, 2019 2:38 PM

        Cool but those stats aren't accurate are they? Or there are hackers? There are people averaging like 20 kills per game

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          April 1, 2019 2:42 PM

          Ran into one yesterday and spec'd him he ended the round with 23 kills or so, checks out.

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            April 1, 2019 2:47 PM

            But sometimes he must be getting like hot drop killed right? That means there's some games he's getting like 40 kills

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              April 1, 2019 3:55 PM

              Sure it has to happen, his squad had died/disconnected so it was just him by the time we saw him. He almost died in a 3v1 against the last squad, their mistake was letting him heal thinking they had him cornered.

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        April 1, 2019 6:34 PM

        It's actually not really better than the article. It's basically exactly the same as the article and costs crafting material to get tracked on the site and is shitty/clunky to use.

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        April 5, 2019 1:27 PM

        Little late reading this... but I checked into that site and it's just a headache to have to use, in my opinion. That's why I focused on the way that the game offers. /shrug

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      April 1, 2019 2:35 PM

      Yeah it sucks there's no global stats

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