If you’re looking for an Apex Legends heirloom pack calculator, you’re in the right place. We mentioned it previously in our How to Get Heirloom Shards guide, but I wanted to make it easier to understand for everyone.
Creator Mike Zarandona made this tool on February 12, 2020, a little after a year from when Apex Legends was first released. Since there isn’t a way to know in-game how many packs you’ve opened, it can feel impossible to find out. Especially if you’re trying to learn how close you are to getting an Heirloom.
Use the Apex Packs Calculator to See How Many Packs You Have
By using information like your account level, amount of treasure packs, battle pass levels, and more, you can find out how many you’ve gotten. But, who wants to try and figure that all out on their own? That’s why we have Zarandona’s Apex Packs Calculator to track all that information. Unfortunately, you’ll still need to input it all to get the results.
Since the original launch of the calculator in 2020, it’s come a long way with updates completely overhauling it. The image below provides a quick idea of what it looks like after you’ve put some information in. For example, you can see across several seasons I managed to gather 210 Apex Packs on the way to 500. Check out the calculator for yourself or continue reading below for how it works.
How to Use the Calculator and Find Season Levels
Before you can see any information in the Apex Pack Calculator like above, you’ll need to use the “Activity” tab beneath “Apex Packs Calc”. This area lets you input all sorts of information as we’ve previously mentioned. It can be tough to find some info in-game, but you can check your season badges for what level you reached.
The best way to do this is by first going to the legends tab and then clicking on any legend. Afterward, switch to the Banners tab at the top of your screen. Then, click on the Badges tab and scroll down until you see the seasonal badges. This section will show your level for each season.
Zarandona’s Apex Packs Calculator also has a few settings for if you’ve purchased packs or gotten them through other methods. According to the “Activity” tab, some players have reported receiving more packs than normal.
Therefore, if you’re one of them, you can add those in the “Bugs + Misc Packs” area for them to count. Chances are more likely most of you haven’t received extra packs via other means. But, it’s still nice to have the feature there just in case.
Every Heirloom Currently in Apex Legends
Respawn Entertainment keeps introducing new heirlooms across each season. As explained in our other guide, they tend to launch alongside Collection Events where you can get them for free. Otherwise, you’ll need to get lucky with the 1 in 500 Apex Pack heirloom chance.
This is why the calculator mentioned above is useful for seeing how close you are. Regardless, each legend’s heirloom is listed below alongside their name. It’s worth mentioning that not every character currently has one, but more are being added over time.
Which heirloom do you think has the best design? It’s definitely a hard choice between cool-looking ones and silly ones like Mirage’s Too Much Witt statue. I think I’d have to go with Pathfinder’s Boxing Gloves myself. Be sure to let us know which heirloom you get first!
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Apex Legends released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, on February 4, 2019. Then, it released later for Nintendo Switch on March 9, 2021. Even though it also launched on mobile devices for iOS and Android, it was shutdown. Cross-platform play is available between consoles and PC at this time.
Jeff is a journalist with over 10 years of experience writing, streaming, and making content about video games. With an associate degree in journalism, he’s a sucker for RPGs, survival games, roguelikes, and more.