03 Aug 2021 5:33 PM +00:00

How to Download Apex Legends Season 10 Update Faster

Apex Legends Season 10 is just hours away and with it comes the newest legend Seer, the Rampage LMG and ranked Arenas! We're all excited to jump in, so learning how to download Apex Legends Season 10 update faster will help you find a match quicker and get involved in the new season before hundreds of others.

Along with the above, you'll see some new World's Edge changes and as always plenty of nerfs, buffs, bug fixes and more!

Here are some tips to make sure players can get right into the game, as soon as possible once it is available.

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How To Download Apex Legends Season 10 Update Faster

Here are our recommendations for downloading the Apex Legends Season 10 update faster:

Apex Legends Season 10 Update Size

The updates for Apex Legends seem to be getting bigger and bigger, with the most recent at a whopping 6.7GB on Steam, 5.47GB on Origin and 10GB on console.

The title currently sits at about 56GB to install on steam, only last season it was 38GB. Although some may find this annoying, the plus side is that there's plenty of content. This size will likely rise as the game continues to grow.

The Season 10 update size is:

  • Steam: 6.4GB
  • Origin: 8GB
  • PS: 30GB
  • Xbox: 61GB
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Xbox players can now update the game, only half an hour after everyone else!

Can You Preload Apex Legends Season 10?

It doesn't seem players will be able to preload the next season similar to the likes of Warzone. Previously players have been able to preload the update but this doesn't seem to be a regular occurrence.

It makes you wonder whether this is something that Respawn should be implementing as it's becoming more of standard practice in gaming.

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Apex Legends PC Minimum System Requirements

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7
  • CPU: Intel Core i3-6300 3.8GHz / AMD FX-4350 4.2 GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • RAM: 6GB
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 640 / Radeon HD 7730
  • GPU RAM: 1 GB
  • HARD DRIVE: Minimum 22 GB of free space
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Apex Legends PC Recommended System Requirements

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7
  • CPU: Intel i5 3570K or equivalent
  • RAM: 8GB
  • GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 / AMD Radeon R9 290
  • GPU RAM: 8GB
  • HARD DRIVE: Minimum 22 GB of free space
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How To Download Apex Legends Updates Faster

Here are some tips and tricks to ensure your update downloads as fast as possible! 

Close All Games And Applications

The more things you're using on your PC, console, and mobile will slow down your update as these will take up bandwidth. 

Some of these applications may even take priority over your update.

Be sure to close them down and ensure other people in your household aren't using them.

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Put Your Console Into Rest Mode

When your console is turned on, it will constantly use bandwidth to check for new messages, friend requests, and online notifications that prioritize updates.

If you put your console into Rest Mode, turn on automatic downloads, or select 'Stay Connected to the Internet', the Apex Legends update should download much faster.

Move Your Console Closer To Your WiFi Router Or Use An Ethernet Cable

Sounds like a no-brainer? You’d be surprised how many people try to download things onto machines miles away from the router.

Using a wired connection is the best way to increase your download speeds for the Apex Legends update.

Ethernet cables use a direct connection to your router to ensure any connection issues stemming from the distance between your console and the router do not affect your internet stability.

If you don’t have an ethernet cable on hand, even just moving your console or setup closer to your WiFi router will help.

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Enable Automatic Updates

For PC players, make sure automatic updates are enabled in either Steam or Origin.

Steam:

To enable automatic updates for Apex Legends in Steam, right-click the game and select Manage->Properties.

Once there, click the Updates table and choose "High Priority" from the available choices Automatic Updates settings.

Origin:

For Apex Legends players who use Origin, choose Origin –> Application Settings within the client and select the Application tab.

From there, players can adjust the client settings to enable Automatic Updates.

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