Vignesh Raja
Vignesh Raja
Vignesh "Ranyel" Raja started playing video games at the age of 5. He has played multiple titles like FIFA, Paladins & Apex Legends on a semi-professional level. He now covers news from the world of Valorant & Apex Legends for ESTNN. He has written for media groups like Gameexp, Gamingonphone & Gamezo.

Apex Legends Rule 35- What Does It Mean?

Apex Legends legends Crypto, Revenant and Wraith pose together and a tan background with a red stripe through the center.
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Apex nerds form their own rules.


Apex Legends is one of the most successful battle royale games ever made. The game was released in February 2019 and quickly rose to fame due to its unique gameplay and character design. As of 2021, the game has more than 100 million registered players and continues to grow each day. The game has garnered a large, faithful community throughout the years that has stuck around throughout its highs and lows. Recently, The Apex Legends community has whipped up some fictional rules and guidelines each player must adhere to inside a game. The rules are pretty creative and describe how beautiful a community can turn out to be. Out of all the rules, Apex Legends Rule 35 has been the most discussed topic. So, let’s have a look at Rule 35 and the remaining fan-made rules.

Apex Legends Rule 24:

This rule states that players have the right to "third party" a fight in Apex Legends. Battle Royale games have this negative reputation where two fighting squads can be third-partied by another overlooking team. The rule normalizes the existence of the phenomena.

Apex Legends Rule 32:

Any Apex Legends player cannot claim a feat if they cannot back it up with solid evidence proof. The evidence must be in the form of an image or a video. It includes in-game achievements like 20 kills in a match, 4,000 Damage, and four eliminations in 20 seconds.

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Apex Legends Rule 33:

Players are not supposed to use the in-game communication system, audio and text chat, unless required for serious discussion. In simple words, players must not indulge in unnecessary chit-chat during a game.

Apex Legends Rule 34:

Apex Legends fans are allowed to view and publish any content regarding their favorite characters on the various forums of the internet. The content can vary from simple digital art to anything discreet.

Apex Legends Rule 35:

Apex Legends Rule 35 states that if there is no content to your liking about rule 34, it will be published soon by the community. You need to request the community on respective forums to fulfill your crazy ideas. A picture of Mona Lisa with a morphed face of Lifeline? Sounds interesting.

Apex Legends Rule 63:

The last rule allows any players to confirm and refer to their gender-swapped version of their favorite characters. The community approves the existence of a male Wraith and a female Crypto.

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