Apex Legends Season 4 Tier List will rank all 12 Legends currently playable in Season 4.
In Season 4, Legends with larger models were given some additional defenses to mitigate the larger hitbox, while smaller models like Wraith and Pathfinder actually receive more 5% more damage. How do these changes stack up?
Apex Legends: Season 4 Legends Tier List
Wraith is consistently one of the best Legends in game. Her mobility skills make her extremely difficult to kill, and her Ultimate can get your squad escape a dicey encounter.
The only tank type character in Tier 1, Gibraltar received numerous buffs and now his defensive capabilities compensate for his large hit box. The ability to survive and mobility are the most important aspects of Apex Legends, and Gibraltar has the former in spades.
Pathfinder is another Legend with powerful mobility skills. Grapple lets you escape or engage, and the Zipline Ultimate lets you and your team re-position. With the flexible mobility skills and small hit box, it's also difficult to kill Pathfinder.
Support Legends shine in Tier 2, and Wattson has some of the best support skills if you coordinate with your squad. Her abilities help your squad maintain positions, but she relies on good communication to perform well.
Lifeline is the healer, and any team in any game needs a good healer. She'll help keep your squad alive and lets you hang around for the long game. Lifeline herself also can keep alive as she uses healing items faster than other Legends.
Bloodhound's tracking abilities give your squad additional information to keep tabs on your opponents. The Ultimate ability Beast of the Hunt received a buff, extending the time of the skill for for five seconds when you down an enemy. You can use this to chain kills and wipe out the enemy squad.
Bangalore has a more confrontational kit, giving your squad additional benefits in skirmishes. Her Ultimate Rolling Thunder can freeze a group of enemies and make them easy targets.
Caustic falls short of the other big Legends because of his large size and lack of defensive skills. He does have ridiculous damage output between his gas traps and and Ultimate. He works best to slow down the enemy, and he protects his squad in a different way.
The flanker Mirage's skills make him hard to hit, as he can turn invisible when knocked down. His abilities seem like escape options, but Mirage is best used to take down and flank unsuspecting opponents.
The newest Legend Revenant unfortunately is low on the list, as his mobility abilities aren't as good as those of his fellow Legends. His Ultimate Death Totem might swing the game back in your favor, his damage output doesn't make his slightly above average mobility to good use.
Octane is another Legend that focuses only on mobility, but has little utility outside of that. His recovery oriented kit is awkward with his mobility skills, as he can't hold his own in a fight and is designed to escape and re-position.
The worst Legend. Crypto has no ways to defend himself, and has no real mobility skills. In a game all about positioning and survival, Crypto falls extremely short.