Apex Legends Season 13 Legend Pick Rates: Full List

Here's a breakdown of the Legend pick rates in Apex Legends Season 13: Saviors.
Here's a breakdown of the Legend pick rates in Apex Legends Season 13: Saviors. / Image courtesy of Respawn Entertainment

With Season 13 of Apex Legends, Saviors, about a month into its run, now is perhaps as good of a time as ever to go over the pick rates of the 21 Legends.

Saviors launched on May 10, to record-breaking numbers, and saw Newcastle's addition to the Legend pool. As always pick rates — a common measure of popularity within the community — are always interesting to track considering they could be tells for what Legend nerfs and buffs are prioritized next. As such, here's a breakdown of the Legend pick rates in Apex Legends Season 13: Saviors.

Apex Legends: Saviors Pick Rates

According to Apex Legends Status, here is how the Legend pick rates/popularity data shakes out about a month into Season 13.

  1. Wraith: 11.1%
  2. Octane: 10.6%
  3. Valkyrie: 9.6%
  4. Bloodhound: 9.2%
  5. Pathfinder: 8.2%
  6. Horizon: 6.8%
  7. Bangalore: 4.7%
  8. Lifeline: 4.2%
  9. Ash: 3.9%
  10. Newcastle: 3.8%
  11. Loba: 3.4%
  12. Fuse: 3.4%
  13. Gibraltar: 3%
  14. Mirage: 2.9%
  15. Rampart: 2.8%
  16. Caustic: 2.8%
  17. Revenant: 2.2%
  18. Seer: 2.2%
  19. Wattson: 2.1%
  20. Mad Maggie: 1.6%
  21. Crypto: 1.6%

Keep in mind that this data was taken at the time of publication on June 2, at 8:50 p.m. ET. According to Apex Legends Status, this data was taken using a 13.1 million player sample in their API database. This includes data from players who are unranked, all the way to those who've reached Apex Predator.

Going by the data, Newcastle has settled in pretty nicely with a solid, middle-of-the-pack pick rate good for the 10th most popular Legend in the game.

Meanwhile, another major jump has been seen for Rampart, who was dead last in Defiance. As mentioned in our Legend Tier List made at the start of Season 13, Rampart did see quite a nice boost with her kit in the latest patch, so it certainly makes sense to see that reflected in her pick rate.

Unfortunately for Mad Maggie, her descension into irrelevancy continues it seems as her pick rate has dropped from 2.1% to 1.6% since the end of last season.

Lastly, Gibraltar continues to see a mere 3.1% pick rate overall, a stark contrast to the 100% pick rate he had in the NA Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) Pro League Split 1 Playoffs. This remains one of the most interesting balance topics moving forward as Respawn Entertainment has already acknowledged in the past that it's tough to nerf Gibby for the pros without making him even worse in the eyes of the general community.