Have you played a lot Apex Legends but you just can not get a win? Does it seem like you're dying a lot or can not kill? You may need to train more or maybe your character fucks you.
Apex Legends players share clips and posts discussing something odd in the game. In Apex Legends players have a choice of different characters to play with. Each character has different abilities, such as a shield or a medic. But it turns out that each of these heroes also has different game sizes and that's where things are probably unfair. , The Wpns_Grade video shows that a smaller hero, Pathfinder, has a bigger, bigger-size character, Bloodhound. What it really means is that players who choose Pathfinder will be easier targets than players who choose Bloodhound. Some even choose to stop playing like these bigger characters. "I stopped playing the poisoned man just because everyone is much more accurate against him," says Reddit's embedded user. Another user in the same thread shared a similar story. "I have the same experience with Caustic. I have a much easier time if I play Lifeline, Bloodhound or Bangalore. "
I personally love to play as Gibraltar and I often felt like losing the shootings more often than I would have expected. I'm not a professional in any way, but it seems to me that I have to do better than now. Maybe this is because my hitbox is much easier to hit than other smaller heroes like Wraith.
Wraith in particular seems to have a lot of anger around her. The character moves fast, has a low position while moving a smaller hitbox from the bigger characters.
The community does not fully agree on how to deal with these differences in the hitbox. Some players want Respawn to make all the characters the same size and shape. These players believe this is the best way to make the game fair. Others believe that bigger characters should be easier to hit because they are bigger. Some have offered to allow these bigger characters or healthy lovers to balance them more. I love my big and cool Gibraltar, but I also want to win more often. I'm sorry, brother.