Apex Legends

Apex Legends Arena Mode Legends Tier List July 2021

Here are the best and the worst Legends to play for Arenas. | Photo by Respawn Entertainment, Electronic Arts
Here are the best and the worst Legends to play for Arenas. | Photo by Respawn Entertainment, Electronic Arts

Apex Legends Season 10 is just on the horizon, but as others are rejoicing about the addition of Valkyrie among other news, Arenas is still popping off with events for the game mode to come soon enough.

Those who are interested in experimenting in the Arenas game mode that haven't done so already may come to realize that the same Legends in the regular mode may not be as great as they are in Arenas.

Apex Legends Arena Mode Legends Tier List July 2021

S-Tier

  • Lifeline
  • Pathfinder
  • Bloodhound
  • Wraith
  • Revenant
  • Octane
  • Gibraltar

There is quite a bit of good choices as for who are very dominant in the Arena mode for this game. Primarily, players want to have a good focus being very unpredictable that can also provide as insurance for the team if things were to go wrong. That said, most of these Legends are ideal to use in Arena mode, and should be picked over some of the other cast.

Optimizing the team according to how the team is composed is the main strategy and usually pairing any of these together will provide as a good mesh that can help dominate most games of Arenas.

A-Tier

  • Rampart
  • Bangalore

Rampart and Bangalore nearly have the power to make themselves as great as the ones in the S-tier. However, there are some glaring weaknesses in both Rampart and Bangalore that make it so that they are just slightly under that threshold. That's not to say that these Legends should not be picked because they are both great, but there's a different character that could be more of an asset than these two.

B-Tier

  • Valkyrie
  • Loba
  • Caustic
  • Crypto

These Legends have some strengths, but some members in the higher tiers can do their jobs better while providing more for teams in this mode. Loba could be considered on a higher tier perhaps on paper, however, there are weaknesses to her ultimate that could just be replaced by playing someone like Octane instead.

C-Tier

  • Mirage
  • Horizon
  • Wattson

Though not completely as bad as a Legend like Fuse, Horizon and Mirage require too much set ups that proves unnecessary in this game mode. Players are better off selecting someone a bit more aggressive that can give a team a higher chance of winning based on the abilities alone, rather than just relying on a gimmick to win a round.

F-Tier (Fuse-Tier)

  • Fuse

If there was a tier that could more accurately describe Fuse in Arenas - maybe even for the entire game - Fuse would have his own tier, or maybe just having him as a non-playable character would be best. Yes, he has two knuckle clusters, but no, it does not matter. Simply put, don't pick Fuse in Arenas.