Apex Legends player creates real-life Wattson Heirloom that is playable in the game

One Apex Legends player managed to create an impressive replica of Wattson’s Heirloom, which functions as a portable device capable of playing the game as both a controller and a screen.

There is one aspect that never ceases to impress, and that is the ingenuity of gamers when it comes to playing video games.

As an illustration, a Fortnite player excelled in the Festival mode by utilizing four bananas, which is certainly noteworthy. However, their achievement pales in comparison to that of a Dark Souls 3 streamer who effortlessly played the game with a staggering eight bananas.

In line with the latest trend of finding unconventional ways to play games, a player of Apex Legends recently showcased their distinctive setup – Wattson’s Heirloom.

Posted on the Apex Legends subreddit, user grahamw01, also known as G-Man Projects, showcased their functioning replica of the Energy Reader, capable of running the game.

Playing Apex on Wattson’s Heirloom byu/grahamw01 inapexlegends

Grahamow1 revealed that they initiated this project a couple of months back, but had to pause it as they welcomed their child. Nevertheless, they resumed the project after their child was born and successfully completed it.

They expressed their strong desire to have one of the pros try out Wattson’s Heirloom and see what they could do with it. Perhaps a professional will take interest and give it a try in real life.

The full YouTube video, in contrast to the Reddit clip which is only a highlight, provides a comprehensive view of the device’s construction process, including control mapping and the successful integration of the Energy Reader as a screen.

Despite receiving a sea of support and praise, OP clarified that using the device was a bit painful. In response to a comment suggesting that the device must cause discomfort after extended Apex Legends sessions, they stated, “It causes discomfort in the eyes, ears, and hands.”

Funnily enough, this isn’t the first time OP has created something for Apex Legends. Three years ago, they successfully made a functional Apex Loot Tick, although it did not have a loot explosion when destroyed.

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