Viral Apex Legends TikTok reveals exploit for loopy lengthy Pathfinder ziplines
An Apex Legends TikTok went viral showing how to perform a Pathfinder Ultimate exploit that doubles the Forward Scout’s zipline length.
Since each character in Apex Legends has unique skills, players are dying to find out all about their main legend.
Whether Seer, Gibraltar, Bloodhound or one of the other legends in the roster, the community is always discovering new mechanics, strategies and sometimes even exploits that they can use in the game.
It’s these newfound tricks that are grabbing the attention of the Apex community, and that’s exactly what happened on a viral TikTok demonstrating an exploit using Pathfinders Ultimate.
While it’s a relatively simple trick, it allows the Forward Scout to double the length of their zipline.
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TikTok reveals Pathfinder Ultimate exploit in Apex Legends
While the majority of players looking to master Pathfinder are focused on its Tactical grappling hook, a viral TikTok has unveiled a new mechanic or exploit with its Ultimate ability.
Although his zipline might seem relatively easy at first, Rossbobsquirrel discovered that it was possible to double the length with a few simple steps.
The content creator begins by pointing the Pathfinder Ultimate at a location of their choice and then canceling it to disable the indicator. Then he runs to a distant place that still has the original location in view
After reactivating the Ultimate and pointing it in the air above the first position, you can put it down, but this time at almost twice the length of the original zipline.
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While this technique is certainly not an intended mechanic and is therefore considered an exploit, it is difficult to say whether Respawn deems it necessary to fix it.
Any player trying to do the trick will have to run backwards, which makes the technique a poor rotary tool, but definitely fun to fly on a 200m zipline.
Since there are other bugs in the game that affect gameplay gameplay, it is unlikely that the developers will make this exploit their primary focus.