Apex Legends Macros
Macros for Apex Legends incorporate all the many years of experience writing scripts.
Professional versions are written using the most accurate mathematical models, so our macros are extremely accurate compared to any other no recoil macros.
You can buy and download our professional "PRO" macros only:
If for some reason one of the sites does not work or payment methods do not work, then the other will certainly work. Updates and support are provided at both sites.
Demonstration of macros for Apex Legends
List of macros:
Macros have formats for A4Tech Bloody, X7 and Logitech G series mouses (Lua macros), in addition, each macro for A4Tech is supplemented with a version for the left mouse button (for A4Tech X7 mouses).
Apex Legends settings for macros:
The main and most important settings are:
- Sensitivity: 2.0
- Mouse acceleration: OFF
- FOV: 70-110
- Mouse Sensitivity Multiplier in ADS: 1.0
- Sensitivity for Different Magnification: OFF
- Mouse Acceleration: OFF
The rest of the settings are standard, in fact, like the sensitivity in ADS.
A4Tech Bloody and X7
For A4Tech mouses, the *.amc format is universal and allows you to easily load our macros into an A4Tech X7 mouse through the Oscar program or into an A4Tech Bloody mouse through the Bloody 7 program.
Our macros are suitable for both pro players and streamers. Macros only work in aiming mode and are switched by our own system.
Additional game setting for Logitech macros
To comfortably use macros with a new type of activation, you need to change “ADS aiming (press)” to “ADS aiming (hold)”.
Now the aiming mode, and with it the work of the macro, will last as long as you keep the right mouse button pressed.
Our Lua Apex Legends macros for Logitech G HUB and LGS work perfectly on any version of Windows!
Activating and enabling macros
A special activation system allows you to control the activity of macros at 100%.
- CapsLock (On/Off) – global activation of macros
- ScrollLock (On/Off) – enable/disable the mode with a turbo booster (if it is provided on the weapon)
- Left Alt + proMouseButton (default mouse button 5) – Macro #1 enabled
- Left Ctrl + proMouseButton (default mouse button 5) – Macro #2 enabled
- Left Shift + proMouseButton (default mouse button 5) – Macro #3 enabled
- Left Mouse Button + Right Mouse Button = Shoot without recoil with our macro
Changing the mouse button proMouseButton
You can independently change the activation button (and with it the final keyboard shortcut) proMouseButton and put another one instead of mouse button 5, for example 4 or 3 (pressing the wheel).
Just open the macro with any text editor and change the number 5 in the proMouseButton variable (we have specially selected it) to the number of the mouse button that seems more convenient to you.