Released in early February, the latest battle royale set in the Titanfall universe Apex Legends celebrated its first 50 million downloads on its one-month anniversary. Now that players have had over a full month to grind matches, many people have already reached the highest obtainable level, while others may still be wondering what the level cap in Apex is.
Players can level up by earning experience toward the end of matches. Each game will grant players a certain amount of experience depending on their performance in the match and how many kills they lock down by the end of a round. Players will stop leveling once they reach the level cap, but they can continue collecting additional Legend Tokens by gaining experience during matches.
What is the level cap in Apex Legends?
According to the game’s frequently asked questions page on the EA site, the highest level that a player can obtain in Apex is level 100.
It remains unclear whether the level cap will be raised in the future, although Apex could potentially see some changes with the release of season one and its battle pass. There’s no definitive release date on the game’s first season, but it’s expected to drop later this month.