Apex Legends artwork showing off the new Legend Seer

[Update #2]: Apex Legends' Season 11 will be adding Titanfall 2's Ash, a brand new tropical map, and more.

[Update]: Apex Legends' newest update has beefed up Rampart and added a new Rampart themed map location.

Apex Legends' recent Season 10 update brought with it a brand new Legend by the name of Seer. Unfortunately, while his visual design was phenomenal, Seer launched in such an overpowered state that he quickly and decisively took hold over the entire game. As it turns out, having permanent wall hacks along with the ability to interrupt healing is a pretty potent combo!

With all of that in mind, I'm happy to say that Seer's reign of terror seems to be coming to to an end thanks to the newest balance update. This one has nerfed literally every single aspect of his kit, some of it quite severely, so I do hope it'll be enough to keep Seer from overshadowing every other Legend. As for the actual changes, here are the relevant bits:


- Increased wait time between sensor spikes for full HP targets (1.25s to 1.75s)
- Removed center circle ellipses
- Reduced range beyond 75m (blue spikes)
- Reduced field of view


- Increased detonation delay from 1.4s to 1.6s
- Players hit are no longer damaged or flashed. Screen shake from being hit is also reduced
- Move slow added while holding tactical
- Lowered volume on audio
- Fixed tactical FX being visible in firing range when it's not supposed to be


- Increase cooldown from 90s to 120s
- Lowered volume on audio

The funny thing is, despite being hit with some of the most numerous nerfs in all of Apex's history, I still think that Seer is going to be an incredibly strong Legend. Whether he will be overpowered or not, that still remains to be seen. But whatever the case may be with Seer, low tier heroes like Crypto and Rampart will definitely need some serious buffs in order to be even remotely relevant in this new and powered up version of Apex Legends.

Once the next major update goes live I'll make sure to let you know. Until then, have fun and here's to hoping we'll see at least a little bit less of Seer!