Wondering why there are so little Apex Legends stats on your page? Read our guide to find out how to unlock more of them.
Apex Legends is one of the biggest games out there right now, even eclipsing Fortnite in Twitch viewership most of the time. The game is a competitive one, so players naturally want to find out where they stack up against others.
Our sister site, FortniteTracker, can track your kills, wins, K/D, and win percentage, including a season-by-season breakdown of how you perform. Unfortunately, stat tracking for Apex Legends hasn't gotten there just yet.
You may have logged into our site only to be disappointed with the information on our page. Like you, we're hamstrung by the way Apex Legends tracks your statistics. We can only see what you have equipped on your banner.
Thankfully, it's easy to open up more stats that you and we can track over time. Here's a walkthrough of how to unlock more stats for each legend.
Unlocking Your In-Game Statistics
Before you can view your stats on our site, you'll first have to unlock them. To do so, click on the legend you want and cycle over to the "banner" tab (next to skins).
You'll then see all of the statistics that Apex Legends tracks. As you can see, they aren't forgetting about your kills, wins, headshots, and other information - you just can't show it off yet.
You have to unlock these stats in Apex Packs or through crafting material. Each stat only costs 30 crafting material to unlock, so you can probably open a few more stats for each legend you play.
This is probably the best use of crafting material right now since it's so rare and weapon/legend skins are so expensive to craft.
After that, you'll be able to track these statistics in-game and through our website. To show off your stats on your main legend through Apex Tracker, make sure to equip them as your showcase legend before logging off.
To switch active heroes on our site, set them as your showcase hero and then hit the "force update" button on your stats page (on Apex Tracker). You can find this under the "Add Legend" tab. It might take a minute or two to refresh the page. Here are my updated stats after I unlocked some stat trackers on my banner.
Hopefully this tutorial will help you follow along with how you're doing in Apex Legends. I can imagine that Respawn will open the door to more stat tracking opportunities as the game grows, but this is the only way to accurately track your stats at the moment.
If you're having any problems with tracking your stats, hit us up on Twitter @Apex_Tracker, and stay tuned for more news and updates as they come.