Mordhau vs Apex Legends: In this article, we will be comparing two very popular games of our generation. However, Mordhau is fighting a really tough opponent here, as we all know how popular Apex Legends currently is. But is Apex Legends better than Mordhau at gameplay? Let’s find out.
Mordhau is a multiplayer medieval hack ‘n slash video game developed by Slovenian independent studio Triternion. However, the Battle Royale version of Mordhau is the most famous. Since Apex Legends is also a Battle Royale game, these games tend to get compared with each other.
In Mordhau’s Battle Royale game-mode, 64 players will compete against each other in a free-for-all match. When a player is defeated, they will lose the game and not spawn again. The last player standing will be the winner. As you might have wondered, this is very similar to Apex Legends.
Apex Legends is also a Battle Royale game, but it is unique in its own way. The players select from about ten pre-made ‘Legends’, each of which have unique appearances and sets of passive and activated abilities with cooldown timers. They also have an ultimate ability that requires charging up over the period of the match.
Another difference between Apex Legends and other Battle Royale games is that Apex only has the ‘Squad mode’ available. This is very much similar to MOBA games. This makes a huge difference, because it forces players to communicate between one another to win games.
Mordhau vs Apex Legends: Mordhau and Apex Legends are two completely different games in many aspects. Gameplay wise, Apex Legends feels like a modern shooter game, while Mordhau gives a Battle Royale adventure in a Medieval age scenario. If you like FPS games, I suggest you to play Apex Legends, but if you are a fan of hack ‘n slash, go for Mordhau.
Hello, my name is Rishabh Bhagvath. My gaming alias is Pawn. I am an aspiring Dota 2 player from Hyderabad, India. I have always been interested in writing articles and when esportsportal presented me with an opportunity, I came on board right away.
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