Apex Legends Olympus Best Landing Spots

 Apex Legends Olympus Best Landing Spots

Every Apex Legends player is currently enjoying the new map, Olympus. This new location is a floating city in the sky. Everyone was surprised after seeing it as it’s totally different from Kings Canyon and World’s Edge.

Olympus has its own set of wonderful locations. Respawn has even introduced an LTM through which you can explore the new map and see the ring rotations without any fights. The LTM will stay for around one week so you have plenty of time to do the exploration.

Apex Legends Olympus Top Landing Spots

Just like how it is with the other two maps, there are some locations in Olympus that offer low to mid-tier loot. These locations are not that important and are hence free of threat. However, other locations offer top-tier loot and are always swarming with enemies. These locations will always offer some sort of a challenge, and you might instantly get sent back to the lobby if you’re not good enough. Today, we will be talking about the best landing spots in Olympus.

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Rift Aftermath

The Rift Aftermath is easily one of the best landing spots in Apex Legends’ Olympus. This new location is not at the center of the map, but still its main highlight. It gives us a nice touch to the overall feel of the map and has plenty of top-tier loot to offer. The best part about it is that once you’re done looting, you and your squad-mates can use the energy ball right at the center of the Rift to launch back in the sky. This will allow you to visit any other location with ease. The only thing you need to keep in mind is that the Rift is currently a hotspot, and it will continue like this until the end of Season 7. Therefore, make sure you’re prepared to take down some enemy squads right after landing.


Now, I know what you’re thinking, this location is not that popular right? Well, you’re actually wrong. Hydroponics actually has a lot of high-end loot to offer and is usually not that much crowded. The only reason why some players avoid going there is that there aren’t any popular locations near it. Once you’re done cleaning the area, you will have to travel a little further. However, if you are someone who wants a good start without any major gunfights, then we’ll suggest land at Hydroponics and judge for yourself whether this location is the right one for you or not.

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Bonsai Plaza

Many players have started referring to the Bonsai Plaza as the Skull Town of Olympus. This is mainly because of its tight angles and corridors. The best part about it is that it offers some of the best loot that you can find, and most of it is present in the Reverie Lounge. So if you’re someone whose a fan of close-ranged combat and is always looking for some quick action, then this place is for you. But just like Skull Town, the Bonsai Plaza is also a crowded place. Therefore, you need to remain careful right after landing until you’re sure there’s no enemy nearby. 

Velvet Oasis

The fourth and final location we’ll suggest you land in Olympus is the Velvet Oasis. Located right near the center of the map, this location is known to offer a lot of high-tier loot. In fact, some players have been lucky enough to find gold weapons, something that can help you dominate your enemies. The best part about this location is that you can rotate to other popular locations through it. There’s a place called the Aquatic Cafe located right in the middle of the Velvet Oasis that is filled with a lot of loot. So make sure to start off from this place before cleaning up the rest of the area.

These were some of the best locations to land in Apex Legends Season 7. Make sure to explore the whole map as you might find some other locations better than these ones. You can also now use the Trident to go from one place to another, something that can speed up the looting process. There are around 11 Trident Spawn Points all across the map, so make sure to make the best use of them.

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