Wondering how to check the Apex Predator ranked leaderboards list in Apex Legends? We've got you covered.
In Apex Legends, Ranked Battle Royale has long invited and tested players to reach the top of the summit, and the Apex Predator rank is exclusive to the Top 750 players per platform in any given season. While the task sounds straightforward, breaking at least past the 10,000 RP milestone to reach Master, players are wondering just how much further they need to push themselves to become an Apex Predator. Here's a breakdown of how to check the Apex Predator ranked leaderboards list in Apex Legends.
Apex Predator Ranked Leaderboard List
Although other games (e.g. Valorant) have official, in-game leaderboards constantly showing who in the region has fallen in and out of the top ranks, Apex Legends does not.
As such, aspiring Apex Predators and Apex Legends fans alike on all platforms are urged to head to the third-party website, ApexTracker.
There, players should be able to get all the information on the Apex Legends Ranked Battle Royale leaderboard that they need, from their latest Rank Scores on each of the platforms, to a bar chart showing how the player base has shaken out across the various ranks.
Aside from simply checking who is at the top of the game at the moment, players can also see how much RP is needed to break into the Top 750 Apex Predator rankings. At the time of writing, that number is 11,715 RP.