After opening 500 Apex Legends packs, every player is guaranteed to get an Heirloom; this has left many players curious as to how many packs they'll need to open to reach that threshold. After all, if you've been playing Apex for a while, you've no doubt lost count of how many packs you've opened unless you've been keeping a very careful count.
Thankfully, Apex Legends pack calculators can do the work for you. Here's how to see how many Apex Legends packs you've opened.
How To See How Many Apex Legends Packs You’ve Opened
There are two different ways to see your Apex Legends pack count; you can either link your account to an Apex Packs Calculator, or you can use the calculator to fill out the information manually and see your result.
Easy Method: Automatic Apex Legends Packs Calculator
The easiest way to see how many Apex Legends packs you've opened is to use this Apex Pack calculator, which uses the game's API to identify how many packs you have. You'll only need to enter a few details and link your Apex account; then, you'll be able to see your total.
Note that this is a third-party application, so, while we've found it to be reliable, it's not guaranteed to work for everyone.
Alternate Method: Manual Apex Legends Packs Calculator
Alternatively, if you don't want to link your account with the website, you can manually see how many Apex Legends packs you've opened, but it'll take a little more work. Here's what you'll need to do:
- Go to the Apex Packs Calculator.
- Type in the required information, including:
- Your account level
- How many packs you've purchased (to figure this out, check your platform's purchase history)
- Your level each season
- Whether you purchased the Battle Pass
Once you input that information, you'll be able to see exactly how many Apex Legends packs you've opened without needing to do anything else. While this method isn't quite as easy as the automatic calculator, it's still much faster than figuring out all the information yourself.
Those are the two methods to see how many Apex Legends packs you've opened. This information can help give you an idea of how many more you'll need to get a guaranteed Heirloom if you haven't gotten one yet.