Image via Respawn Entertainment

The 10 best gifts for Apex Legends fans

These gifts will turn you into a legend.

It’s hard to believe, but the holiday season is approaching faster than an Octane main flying off a Jump Pad. It’s already time to make your list and check it twice, particularly for any gamers you may know.

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The choice can be difficult: with so much gaming merchandise on the market already, what do you get the fan who already has everything?

If the gamer in your life is a big fan of Apex Legends, we’ve got you covered. We’ve rounded up the 10 best Apex-themed gift ideas on the internet and collected them here for your ease of shopping. Even if you don’t know their favorite character or you’re not a fan of the game yourself, you can’t go wrong with anything on this list.

While all of these items are available at the time of writing, processing and shipping times vary, so make sure to put in your order as soon as possible.

Without further ado, here are the eight best Apex Legends gift ideas.

Official clothes

If your gamer is the one to show off their fandom publicly, the Apex official shop has some very cool clothes. This year, Respawn released a Holiday collection to bring the spirit of Christmas to your wardrobe. It includes a classic sweater and the cutest Nessie onesie.

Octane mains are also in for a treat, since a time-limited, exclusive collection has entered the shop. It features a plush and stylish hoodie. If the receiver of your gifts is more of the discreet kind, you can also find lots of clothes with subtle Apex logos. There are also socks, hats, hoodies, and other cool outerwear for Apex fans of all kinds.

Apex action figures

When you walk into a gamer’s room, chances are you’ll be slightly dazzled by their RGB lights. While RGB does a great job of creating a nice atmosphere, a room needs collectibles to have more spirit.

Apex action figures are the perfect gift for anyone looking to decorate their desk or shelves with the game they love. These action figures showcase each Apex character’s core parts and will serve as great reminders of how much fun your giftee has while playing. Several new figures were released this year, so make sure to check the full available suite.

If you know their favorite legend, getting the matching action figure will make it even more of a thoughtful gift.

Nessie plush

A purple Nessie plush.
Screengrab via Entertainment Earth

Nessie (sometimes written as Nessy) is Apex’s mascot of sorts. Carried around by Wattson, it appears as a hidden secret on several of the games’ maps and can be seen frequently in other parts of the game.

If your gamer enjoys plushies or stuffed animals, this Nessie plush is a perfect choice for them. It’s six inches tall, making it perfect for smaller hands, and it’s an official Apex Legends item.

This plush can sometimes be difficult to find. At the time of writing, all four models are out of stock, except the Longboi one. So if you’ve got your eye on it, it’s best to order quickly. Fortunately, you can find other ones in the official shop, inspired by Legends.

Performance Thumbsticks

If your giftee plays Apex on console and is serious about improving their play, get them a set of these performance thumbsticks from KontrolFreek. Available in both PlayStation and Xbox varieties, these special attachments increase accuracy while also improving controller grip comfort. It’s also a great way to customize your controller in a unique way. They make great stocking stuffers for players of all ages.

Apex Legends official cookbook

Apex Legends cookbook's cover.
You can’t join the games, but you can taste them. Image via Respawn Entertainment

Video game-themed cookbooks are surprising gifts to bring your favorite game to your home. In late November, the official for Apex Legends is releasing, featuring 65 original recipes to follow.

Most are inspired by the Legends, with a Leviathan Stew for Pathfinder, a Flan from Vantage’s grandmother, or Lifeline cookies. If you’re aiming at more, you can also get the full chef’s panoply with the apreon, plush, and oven mitts.

Apex Legends Funko figurines

Action figures frequently reflect every single detail of the character they’re modeled after, but depending on the artistic preferences of your giftee, they may prefer something a little cuter. Enter: Funko’s POP Vinyl collection, a pop culture staple for the last several years. Those are affordable and will add nicely to your giftee’s collection, if they have already gotten several others.

POP Vinyl figurines feature more of a cartoon-y approach, which lends itself to a different look. They also tend to be smaller in size, which makes displaying them on a shelf or desk easier. If you’re buying for a small child, POPs are less fragile than regular figures, though they of course include small parts like many action figures.

There’s a POP Vinyl for many of the game’s most popular and recognizable characters, including Lifeline, Bangalore, and Mirage. More will almost certainly be added in the future, as the game is as popular as it’s ever been.

Threads and Thistles Apex Legends apparel collection

If your gamer is looking for something a little more understated, this shirt and sweatshirt collection from Threads & Thistles boutique will be right up their alley. Threads & Thistles is a small business that creates unique gaming-themed apparel, prints, and accessories for appearance-minded gamers.

Our personal favorite is the “Drowning in Cuteness” sweatshirt, but there are tons of other designs for every Apex fan. If your giftee is also a fan of games like VALORANT and Fortnite, Threads & Thistles carries apparel for those games as well.

Weapon replicas

A replica Volt prop.
Screengrab via Senpai3D

If your giftee is a serious Apex fan, look no further than these unbelievably gorgeous 3D-printed weapon replicas from Etsy shop Senpai3D. Those are pricier than many other gifts, but they’re also high quality.

Beyond weapons, they also carry replicas of Heirlooms and other iconic items from the game. If you consider yourself crafty, you can order unpainted versions and paint them yourself, but the shop offers fully-painted versions. Their designs feature some of the game’s most iconic skins: just look at this incredible Aftershock R-301.

The Art of Apex Legends art book

Almost all major video games these days have complementary art books, which showcase the game’s art, characters, and design process. If your giftee is an artist, game designer, or simply a lover of the game’s stunning vistas, they’ll love the official Apex Legends art book.

The hefty volume includes copious commentary from the game’s developers and a look toward the future of Apex. If they’re more interested in the game’s history and characters, try the Pathfinder’s Quest lore book instead.

Apex Legends water bottle

Water bottle resembling a Phoenix Kit.
That’s one way to bring the games to you. Image via Respawn Entertainment

Staying hydrated is key to improve your performance in Apex Legends, above your aim and global skills. A water bottle is always useful, and this Phoenix Kit-themed one can bring an extra point of style to your giftee’s bag or desk.

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Emily Morrow
Emily is a staff writer covering Apex Legends, Overwatch, Pokemon, and general gaming for Dot Esports. Her other bylines include Digital Trends, Screen Rant, and GameSpew. She also works as a narrative designer in games. Get in touch with her on Twitter @thepokeflute.
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Eva is a Staff Writer from Paris. Her part-time job is charging into walls with Reinhardt. She has been covering League of Legends esports and other titles for six years. She still believes in a Moscow Five comeback. She also fell into the MMO pit and covers FFXIV and Genshin.