Apex Legends Mobile FADE Guide: Abilities, Tips and Tricks, and More

Apex Legends Mobile FADE Guide: Abilities, Tips and Tricks, and More

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Fade is one of the strongest legends to play with in Apex Legends Mobile if you know how to use him correctly. He’s the newest legend never before seen, and to be honest he’s my new favorite. Let’s guide you through all of Fade’s abilities, how to play him correctly, plus some tips and tricks.

Apex Legends Mobile FADE

Fade is one of the most versatile legends in the entire game. He can be used for a lot of different situations, this is what makes Fade one of the best. Now let’s dive into his abilities.

Fade’s Passive Ability: Slipstream

You gain a short movement speed boost at the end of a slide. 15% to be exact. This may not seem like much, but this is insane. You can get a crazy movement advantage over your enemies when you’re using Fade. However, this ability does have a cooldown of 10 seconds. So, you’re not going to be able to run super-fast after every single slide that honestly makes it balanced. Otherwise, it will be super overpowered. You can use Fade’s passive ability to get away from enemies, rotate a lot faster around the map, and so much more.

Fade’s Tactical Ability: Flashback

Go back to where you were a while ago from the void. So basically you can teleport back to a previous location up to 60 meters. This is very strong, this gives you an easy escape route every single time. You can get yourself in a bad situation and just use Fade’s tactical ability and you’re good to go. You can reposition and heal up. Fade’s tactical can also be used to block incoming explosives, like grenades or arc stars. As soon as it comes your way just pop his tactical ability, and you jump into the void and cannot take any damage for a couple of seconds.

Fade’s Ultimate Ability: Phase Chamber

Fade throws down a phase cage to send all legends within range of it into the void. Basically what happens is you throw it down and anyone inside of it is unable to deal or take any damage for a few seconds. It also deals 10 damage. This has no player limit, meaning if there are like five enemies standing together and you throw it down it will affect all of them.

When you use this ability your enemies will be highlighted in orange. So this is super good for keeping a close eye on exactly where your enemies are. You can use this ultimate ability in so many different ways. Well first off you can use it to isolate a fight. Let’s say there are two teams in front of you, you can throw it down and focus solely on one team first, without having to worry about the other team. You can also use this ability to get you and your team out of very bad situations. Because it affects your teammates too. How cool is that? So stick together with your team and use it to your advantage.

A really useful tip for Fate’s ultimate is you can use it to counter Mirage. You know that annoying legend that spawns all those fake decoys. Basically when Mirage uses his ultimate ability and spawns a ton of decoys. Throw Fades ultimate ability down and the fake Mirage decoys will disappear. Only the real Mirage will be shown. This is an excellent counter to Mirage, and I highly suggest you use this to your advantage in the game.

Also, something very useful to mention for Fade’s tactical ability is you can use it to go in and out of the storm. Let’s say you need to grab your teammate’s respawn banner, or you’re just trying to scout around go in the storm a little bit, and when you’re ready to come back out just use Fade’s tactical ability and you’ll teleport back to your previous location.

Fade is one of the best legends if not my new favorite legend in all of Apex Mobile and now that you’ve learned everything you need to know about him. How about learning about all of the other legends:

  • Bloodhound: The technological tracker who can see enemy locations and footprints. Great for hunting down enemies.
  • Gibraltar: The defensive tank who can throw down a dome shield for protection and call in airstrikes.
  • Lifeline: The combat medic who can heal teammates and revive them faster with her drone.
  • Pathfinder: The friendly robot who can use a grappling hook for mobility and scan survey beacons.
  • Wraith: The mysterious soldier who can phase shift into the void for invincibility and create portals for her team.
  • Bangalore: The professional soldier who can run faster when shot at and call in artillery strikes.
  • Caustic: The evil scientist who uses toxic gas traps to damage and disorient enemies.
  • Mirage: The flamboyant trickster who creates decoys to confuse enemies.
  • Octane: The adrenaline junkie who can run fast and heal passively for constant action.
  • Wattson: The energetic engineer who can place electrical fences to block enemies.
  • Crypto: The hacking expert who uses drones to spy on enemies.
  • Revenant: The sinister robot who can climb walls and disable enemy abilities.
  • Loba: The translocating thief who can teleport and see high-tier loot through walls.
  • Rampart: The gunner who places down turrets and walls for heavy firepower.
  • Horizon: The astrophysicist who can use gravity lifts to reposition her team.
  • Fuse: The explosives expert who launches knuckle clusters and fire rings.
  • Valkyrie: The VTOL pilot who can redeploy her team with a jetpack.
  • Seer: The tracker who uses microdrones to detect heartbeats and interrupt heals.
  • Ash: The simulacrum assassin who marks deathboxes and teleports to them.

So now you’re fully equipped with everything you need to know to master Fade and all of the other unique legends in Apex Legends Mobile. Get out there in the arena and use these tips and tricks to secure more wins and dominate the competition!

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