Wondering who are the most popular Legends in Apex Legends Season 19? We have all the latest pick rates for November 2023.
Apex Legends Season 19 started off with a bang. From the release of new Legend, Conduit, to major Storm Point changes, the season offers fresh gameplay experiences Apex Legends: Resurrection lacked. Plus, Respawn Entertainment partnered with Post Malone to launch a limited-time Apex Legends x Post Malone Event with exclusive modes, skins, and Twitch drops.
As the season unfolds, it is becoming more and more clear which Legends are the most popular in the game.
The Most Popular Legends in Apex Legends Season 19
The most popular Legends in Apex Legends Season 19 consist of a few fan-favorites, as well as a new face in the Battle Royale. Here's the ten Legends with the highest pick rates in Apex Legends: Ignite, per Apex Legends Status.
- Conduit: 11.6%
- Octane: 8.8%
- Pathfinder: 8.4%
- Wraith: 7.7%
- Bangalore: 7.1%
- Horizon: 5.8%
- Bloodhound: 5.5%
- Lifeline: 5.3%
- Fuse: 4.7%
- Revenant: 4.6%
Unsurprisingly, Conduit is by far the most popular Legend in Season 19. Everyone wants to try out her kit and see how she plays alongside different Legends. We expect her to remain in the top three for the entire season.
Despite a nerf to Bangalore in the Season 19 patch notes, she still comes in as the fifth most popular Legend, just behind Conduit, Octane, Pathfinder, and Wraith.
After headlining Season 18 and remaining the most popular Legend for most of Apex Legends: Resurrection, Revenant dropped down to tenth in the current pick rates. As the season progresses, we expect him to keep declining in popularity.
The Least Popular Legends in Apex Legends Season 19
Here's the ten least popular Legends in Apex Legends Season 19.
- Seer: 0.8%
- Crypto: 1.1%
- Gibraltar: 1.3%
- Newcastle: 1.4%
- Ballistic: 1.7%
- Rampart: 1.8%
- Vantage: 1.9%
- Caustic: 2%
- Wattson: 2.1%
- Mad Maggie: 2.3%
Compared to the fluctuating top ten, these Legends are typically always unpopular choices. In fact, Seer has not had a pick rate above 1% in the past several months.
As of now, one of the only ways a Legend can break free from the bottom half of the Legend pool is by receiving a massive buff or a new Heirloom.