Easter Eggs, Cheats, and Secrets – Apex Legends Wiki Guide
Last Edited: 14 Feb 2019 10:49 pm
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Let’s Get Apex Legends Cheats Out of the Way
If you’re searching for Apex Legends Cheats, you should know that cheating in Apex Legends forbidden and you absolutely should not do it. Apex Legends is an online multiplayer game, and Respawn has equipped Apex Legends with tools to counter cheating. Here’s a note from the official Apex Legends page:
“We take cheating very seriously, employ a variety of methods to prevent it, and will take action on EA Accounts that violate the User Agreement. Apex Legends utilizes Easy Anti-Cheat from Kamu (an industry-leading anti-cheat service) on PC, and the built-in anti-cheat features available on Xbox One and PlayStation® 4.
Our goal is to make Apex Legends fun and fair for all our players. If you think you have discovered someone cheating please visit [the] EA Help article to learn more about reporting.” 
If you suspect someone is cheating, please visit this page.
When you’re not looting or engaging in tense fire fights, you might find some of these neat things hidden around Kings Canyon.
Nessie Is Back (The Dino Doll)
Nessie is a reoccuring Easter egg in Respawn games, and this adorable dinosaur can be found in several odd places throughout Apex Legends.
The easiest (and safest) place to find it is in the Training/Tutorial map.
According to a video from Twitch user GarbageKogMain, if you shoot all of the Nessie plushes in a specific order, a massive version of the lock ness monster will emerge from the waters next to the final plush location.
The exact location and order in which you have to shoot the Nessy Doll’s can be seen in the map above.
Several weapon frames are stamped with the brand Lastimosa Armory. Tai Lastimosa was a key character in Titanfall 2’s campaign – he was your captain who bequeathed control of his titan to your player character.
One of Pathfinder’s Legendary banner poses is called For the Birds, and features the bot being attacked by an angry raven. This is likely a reference to Overwatch’s Bastion, another robot warrior with a fondness for winged wildlife.
Shadie’s Dog Plushie
Lead Level Designer Jason McCord has hidden a plushie of his late furry friend in the South West corner of the training/tutorial map.
Shadie’s plushie is hidden between a small rock ledge, so a little bit of climbing will be required.