Apex Legends makes no bones about being a sport the place gamers try to be one of the best. That’s, primarily, the entire level of making the Apex Predator tier within the sport’s ranked system. As a substitute of a set level threshold for gamers to achieve, solely the sport’s high 750 gamers world wide are Apex Predators, and competitors for the highest spot on the Predator checklist each season is fierce.
There’s only one obvious drawback with the system within the sport: there’s no option to test the present checklist of Predators within the sport itself. In actual fact, if gamers wish to see how distant they’re from the highest spot on the leaderboard, or how a lot RP they’ll want to achieve in the event that they wish to break into the Predator rank, they’ve to make use of third-party websites to take action.
One Apex fan seeks to alter that, although, by making a Twitch extension that may enable viewers to see precisely what the Predator checklist seems to be like in real-time.
Reddit consumer bryes created the extension, which is out there to obtain and activate on Twitch. When a streamer has the extension downloaded and activated, their viewers can scroll by means of the total checklist of Apex Predators, seeing their names, ranks, the quantity of RP they’ve, and even when the participant is at present taking part in in a sport or not. There’s additionally an “Energetic Matches” tab that permits viewers to see if Predators are at present in a ranked match. If a number of Predators are in the identical ranked match, they’ll be grouped collectively within the Energetic Matches tab.
It’s not an ideal substitute for having an in-game display screen the place gamers can take a look at the checklist of the highest gamers on the earth, contemplating particular person streamers must activate the extension on their very own streams for viewers to make use of the perform. However it does an ideal job of taking data from a third-party web site (on this case, Apex Legends Standing) and making it simply accessible to folks simply making an attempt to look at a stream and cheer on their favourite gamers.