Although Apex Legends launched four years ago, players are still looking for the best way to track their Apex Legends Heirloom progress.
Opening Apex Packs and waiting for Heirloom Shards can be a tiring, frustrating process. Fortunately, there is a maximum number of 500 Apex Packs players can open without receiving Heirloom Shards. Tracking how many Apex Packs you open on the way to 500, though, is only slightly less difficult then receiving Heirloom Shards.
Here's the easiest way to keep track of your Apex Packs and Heirloom progress.
How to Track Your Apex Legends Heirloom Progress
To track your Apex Legends Heirloom progress, you must find a way to keep tabs with how many Apex Packs you open. Fortunately, there is an Apex Packs Calculator that offers players all the information they need regarding their Heirloom progress.
Head to the Apex Packs Calculator to begin monitoring your Apex Packs. On the website, you must input quite a lot of information, including:
- Account Level
- Number of Purchased Packs
- Number of Season 19 Treasure Packs
- Season 19 Battle Pass Level
- Twitch Prime Information
Players must repeat the process for each season to accurately track their Heirloom progress in Apex Legends.
The process might take some time, but it is worth it to successfully track your Apex Packs so you have a better idea when possible Heirloom Shards are on their way.
How to Get Heirlooms in Apex Legends
To get Heirlooms in Apex Legends, players must either unlock them through a special Collection Event or purchase them for 150 Heirloom Shards. As the rarest cosmetic in the game, they are also the most difficult and expensive to obtain.
It is much easier to get an Heirloom through a Collection Event, but you still must unlock all 24 cosmetics in the event.
Who is Getting the Next Heirloom in Apex Legends?
As of now, it is unknown who is getting the next Heirloom in Apex Legends. Although there are no leaks yet for a Season 19 Heirloom, we do know Loba is receiving the next Prestige skin in Apex Legends.