In Apex Legends, players have been wondering how to track stats like kills earned and number of games won. As of the time of this writing, Apex Legends doesn’t offer a comprehensive leaderboard function where you can compare your total stats to the stats of other players. Instead, Apex Legends utilizes individual trackers for each Legend character.
For example, if you earn 30 kills with Bangalore, you won’t be able to display those kills when playing a different character like Lifeline or Gibraltar. If you’ve earned 0 kills as Gibraltar, that’s the number that will display. Confused? We’ve got you covered! Below, we’ve put together a quick guide on how to track your stats in Apex Legends.
How to Track Your Stats in Apex Legends
As noted above, Apex Legends lacks an easy way to track your stats such as a leaderboard function or itemized player profile. Instead, players can track individual stats for each Legend character they’ve used. Note that these stats don’t transfer from character to character, meaning if you earn kills with one character, they won’t display when playing a different character.
To skirt around this inconvenience, many players will pick one Legend as their main in order to keep all of their stats (like total kills) in the same place. In the future, Respawn Entertainment may add a universal tracking method to the game, possibly alongside a Ranked Mode. Until a new tracking method is added though, the best way to track stats is to look at each individual Legend you’ve played and tally everything up.
How to View and Change Stat Trackers in Apex Legends
To view your stats in Apex Legends, you’ll need to select the “Legends” tab from the home screen. Inside the Legends tab, select the Legend you use the most and open the customization menu. Inside the customization menu, select the “Banners” tab, then interact with one of the Tracker tabs near the bottom.
In Apex Legends, you can attach three different Trackers to your character banner, though you can scroll through and view all of the tracking details for your Legend regardless of whether or not you’ve unlocked that tracker. The “Kills” tracker is unlocked by default. To unlock new stat trackers, you’ll either need to earn them by opening Apex
Other things you can change on your banner include your character’s pose, background, and Badges (as you meet the criteria to unlock them). Again, the easiest way to track your stats in Apex Legends is by using one Legend rather than switching between Legends as stats are tracked by Legend rather than by the player.
Additionally, when you select a Legend in the Legends tab, that’ll be the Legend and banner that’s displayed on your player profile. When a teammate selects the “inspect” option over your name and views your profile, they’ll see the Legend you’ve selected along with that Legend’s stats
If you have 30 kills with Bangalore and 10 kills with Wraith, your total kills are 40 even though you’ll only be able to display 30 kills by keeping Bangalore as your selected Legend. What do you think about the way Apex Legends tracks stats? Are you sad you can’t get a full tally to display on your profile, or do you only use one Legend making the point moot? Let us know down in the comments below!
Apex Legends is free-to-play and available on PC via Origin, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. For more on Apex Legends, be sure to check out some of our previous guides including all item and armor stats in Apex Legends, how to fix the party not ready error in Apex Legends, and the best weapons in Apex Legends.