Apex Legends Mobile: Fade Abilities List

Apex Legends Mobile is finally here and with it comes a brand-new mobile-exclusive character for players to try out. If you’re wondering what this new Legend has to offer, we’ve got all the details you need right here. Here are all of Fade’s abilities in Apex Legends Mobile.

All of Fade’s Abilities in Apex Legends Mobile

Passive Ability — Slipstream

Apex Legends Mobile Fade Abilities Passive

Slipstream is a movement ability that boosts Fade’s speed after he slides, allowing him to get around the map much faster than most other Legends — excluding the likes of Octane, of course.

The speed boost is a short one that comes with a 10-second cooldown, so it can’t exactly be spammed for an infinite burst of speed.

Tactical Ability — Flash Back

Apex Legends Mobile Fade Abilities Tactical

Fade’s Tactical Ability, Flash Back, is essentially a rewind power. With it, he can travel back to a spot where he was just located prior to the activation.

It’s a Void ability, much like Wraith’s teleport and portal, so the visuals are nearly identical in that Fade moves through an alternate dimension. And like Wraith, this allows him to escape unfavorable situations quicker than other Legends.

Ultimate Ability — Phase Chamber

Apex Legends Mobile Fade Abilities Ultimate

Finally, Fade’s Ultimate Ability, Phase Chamber, is an unexpected one when it comes to what we know about Void powers. He’s actually able to aim and throw a “phase cage” that traps other Legends in the Void for a short period of time.

While in the Void, characters can’t attack or see their surroundings clearly — again, like Wraith and Ash’s phase abilities. This means that Fade can eliminate certain threats for long enough to deal with more pressing issues, or even to escape pressure.

That’s everything you need to know about all of Fade’s abilities in Apex Legends Mobile. If you’re also playing the PC and console versions, be sure to check out our breakdown of all the changes found in Apex Legends Season 13: Saviors as well, including a Newcastle ability breakdown, the patch notes, and more.

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Ethan Anderson

Ethan was formerly Deputy Guides Editor at Twinfinite, having worked at the site from 2019 to 2022. A lover of anime, RPGs and all things Genshin Impact, Apex Legends, Zelda, Pokémon, Dragon Age, or Tales related. He can usually be found either struggling/failing to get 100% completions, or praying for a Jak 4.