Lifeline is one of the best support characters in Apex Legends. She can heal, provide her squad with gear, and many more tactics you can uncover through our guide!
Ajay Che aka Lifeline is the most supportive of all the Legends, offering her and her team the means to survive and make it till the end.
Her abilities are consisted of D.O.C. Heal Drone which can heal herself and her teammates, her passive Combat Revive that allows her to revive her team mates with D.O.C. and be free to fight or revive another member of her team. And her ultimate Care Package that drops from the sky providing random high tier loot for her team.
Lifeline is a really good Legend for people who want to help their teammates be the best they can be, with healing abilities and an ultimate that gives a chance for having an edge in the Apex Games, Lifeline is always a solid choice.
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Ajay Che is hardly someone you would expect in the Apex Games. She is a child of a rich family that profits from wars, when she learned about their schemes she abandoned it and she enlisted in the Frontier Corps, a humanitarian organization that aids Frontier communities in need. Since then she devoted herself to help others and joined the Apex Games to fund the Frontier Corps with her winnings.
Innocence is not a thing to be found in the Apex Games and they all know what they signed up for, every victory she gets though means more help will come to those who need it, that means Lifeline has no problem engaging in the popular bloodsport. Or so she tells herself. She may seem sarcastic and callous, but deep down she wants to help people and make the world a better place. If that means taking a few people down in the process, so be it.
|D.O.C. Heal Drone||Tactical|
to heal you
or any nearby
players over time
Every ability lifeline has is very useful and her drone is no exception, in order to use it efficiently you have to communicate with your team and let them know that you have your drone ready so voice chat while playing Lifeline is a huge bonus.
The drone can be used before your allies heal so they can keep their consumables when they will really need them, it is also extremely useful when a teammate is down and you revive them because the moment they get up they heal immediately giving them time to recharge their shields first.
Having Lifeline in your teams makes staying outside the first and second ring more tolerable because once you get out you can use the drone to get your health back and waste no consumables.
You can use it behind cover in and out of fights, or push it while healing to cover ground faster and keep moving with your team, although a bit slower it’s better than nothing.
to revive your teammate
lifeline is free to fight
or revive another teammate.
Blue supply bins provide
extra items from Lifeline
|The blue supply bins in Arenas always contain 8 Shield Cells in the extra compartment.|
While this passive might seem very useful at first glamnce, it’s can be a double edged sword because when you revive someone you can be heard from near by enemies.
Lifeline can provide more items to her teammates when opening the Blue Extended Supply Bins because she unlocks a secret compartment within.
While reviving someone it’s smart to stay close to your teammate for a couple seconds and fire at the enemies covering your teammate, or decide to revive another member of your squad if they are also knocked down, and don’t forget you can cancel the D.O.C.’s revive anytime to let your friends use their Knockdown Shield.
Another good way to revive your team safely is from a distance where it’s harder for the enemy to hit you.
|Charge Time||360 seconds|
|Description||Call in a drop pod
with a chance to
get high quality
consumables or gears
Never use the care package in the presence of enemies and never use it when there are less than 5 squads left they will most probably come running to you and it might cost you the game. Otherwise you could use it to ambush enemies yourselves but take note that most of the time they are not interested when they see that the package has already been opened.
You should find a
level 2 backpack or better yet a
Legendary backpack and hoard as many
as you can carry do not overdo it though as you will of course need to hold ammo and consumables in your inventory. With roughly 5 seconds to use one, you should be able to drop at least 3 from early to mid-game, after that it’s a gamble whether or not you’re going to need the items it has or maybe an enemy squad will find you if you use it, but it can still be a good option for ambushes in an open field, if you open it though enemies will surely keep their distance and lose interest unless there’s some good loot they can use.
It will also work as a cover and an obstacle that you can climb and sometimes if you’re lucky you can crush someone underneath it.
Because Lifeline is a support and her abilities do not let her engage and disengage enemies from close quarters easily it is better to keep mid to long range distance weapons, but having a short distance weapon helps too, that depends however mainly on her team composition and how their playstyle is.
The go to load out for any support or defensive Legend. Want to spam enemies with countless bullets ? Get that Spitfire out and if equipped with any Extended Heavy Magazine you can suppress them until they get flanked by your team. Have a Peacekeeper or an EVA-8 in your second slot for those choke moments, keep always in mind that the Peacekeeper can equip a “Precision Choke” Hop up and the EVA-8 a “Double Tap” Hop up.
Since the Peacekeeper has entered the Care Package rotation and is now a Golden weapon you can switch it up with Mastiff Shotgun It’s a fast semi-auto weapon that although it’s underpowered now it can still rival the Peacekeeper and it has no leg damage reduction.
NOTE: The “Double Tap” Hop Up has been removed from the loot pool for Season 8.
Lifeline is a Legend that needs to drop as much HP from the enemy as she can and for that reason the Wingman in combination with either the R-301 or the Flatline provide enough DPS (Damage Per Second) but also be intimidating enough to keep them away.
The Wingman can take an Extended Heavy Magazine so it can be more forgiving when you miss your shots and reload faster the higher the level is, you can also equip it with a 1x HCOG Classic, a 1x Holo and a 1x-2x Variable Holo.
The assault rifles can be used from close to long range as they both take the “Anvil Receiver” Hop up (Which is out of the loot pool for now as of Season 5). While the automatic fire mode favors the 2x HCOG Bruiser, the 3x HCOG Ranger is also a solid choice when you have the Hop up.
NOTE: As of Season 5 the “Skullpiercer Rifling” Hop up is back and deals 2x to 2.25x Headshot Damage for the Wingman
NOTE: After Season 7 a new hop up for the Wingman has been introduced, it is called “Quickdraw Holster” Hop Up which increases the speed of your ADS, Weapon Swap, and reduces Hip Fire spread.
NOTE: The “Anvil Receiver” Hop Up has returned to the loot pool for Season 8.
This loadout is perfect for covering fire and keeping the enemy busy but also give you the chance to get kills, the Prowler with “Select Fire” Hop up and any Extended Heavy Magazine brings fear to every enemy’s heart in the area, and the R-99 falling not far behind which can do about the same while having any Extended Light Magazine for more DPS.
The Sentinel while being a sniper rifle the most suitable optics it could take are the 3x HCOG Ranger or the 2x – 4x Variable AOG, because of its ability to get charged with 2 Shield Cells and deal increased damage 70 -> 88.
The Triple Take on the other hand being able to equip the “Precision Choke” Hop up is perfect for initiating the first shot from long range, and then move in closer as it will take time to charge its next hit and the enemy will know you’re there so you have to plan accordingly.
It is recommended to equip Triple Take with a 6x Sniper, 4x-8x Variable Sniper or a 4x-10x Digital Sniper Threat but the 3x HCOG Ranger and the 2x – 4x Variable AOG work really good as well.
NOTE: The Triple Take has been entered in the Care Package Rotation a good weapon to replace it is the newly added Bocek Compound Bow (Which can take two Hop Ups, “Shatter Caps” allowing your weapon to work like a shotgun and “Deadeye’s Tempo” that increases the rate of fire of your weapon when you firing at the perfect moment.
Lifeline’s kit is very simple and straightforward, this makes her one of the easiest legends for newcomers to the game, however this doesn’t mean that if you master her you won’t be kicking some butts.
Her abilities are perfect for restoring her team to tip top shape and provide them with gear or attachments that they might not had the chance to find before.
Her drone is very important for the team as it heals a substantial amount without having to spend any Syringes or Medkits and the whole squad can use it simultaneously, just be careful because the enemies can use it as well. Never use it mid-air and always drop it behind cover so it can heal you or your team without taking damage.
In order to be efficient with Lifeline you need to be close to your team so you can heal and keep an eye on them, if one of your team is knocked down try and be next to them so you can get the chance to revive them immediately by using D.O.C. Her passive allows her to find secret compartments in Blue Extended Supply bins and revive two teammates at once if need be, one with her trusty D.O.C. and another by herself, you should be careful though because her revive shield makes noise, clips through buildings and is noticeable very easily out in the open.
Her ultimate is very useful early or mid-game but end game it’s a bit harder to make out whether you should use it or not, it really depends on the situation, the strategy you have in mind and the knowledge of the enemy you possess, while you can use it to climb up places you couldn’t reach before, its main use is to provide you and your team with better gear, attachments and consumables. The moment you call the package will alert every nearby enemies and some of them will most likely come running for a fight, it can be seen from afar by the trail of smoke it leaves behind, the blue light when it’s still unopened and it also makes a loud noise when it’s called so it’s best to grab everything as fast as you can and leave.