- 1 The Best Weapons
- 2 The Best Legends
- 3 Best Landing Spots
- 4 Top Tips
The Best Weapons
There are 19 weapons that can be equipped in Apex Legends. Here are the best to the worst guns to use in this game:-
Mastiff (Shotgun), Kraber .50 (Sniper), Peacekeeper (Shotgun) w/ Precision Choke.
Really Damn Good:-
Wingman (Pistol), VK-47 Flatline (AR), Spitfire (LMG), G7 Scout, Prowler (SMG) w/ Select Fire upgrade.
Devotion (LMG) w/ Turbocharge, EVA-8 Auto (Shotgun), R-301 (Assault Rifle), Longbow (Sniper), Hemlock (Assault Rifle), R-99 (SMG).
Alternator (SMG), Triple Take (Sniper).
Basically, anything else you find you’ll want to swap out ASAP. This includes the P2020 and RE-45 pistols and the Mozambique shotgun.
The Best Legends
The big question is going to be “Who’s the best character?”, This depends on your personal play style, but here’s our ranking of the best legends so far.
Between her care packages ultimate and healing drone, It provides exceptional support and is the best addition to any squad.
With her Void Run ability allowing her to escape dangerous situations or to flank unsuspecting enemies, Wraith is both a highly effective combatant and a very survivable Legend.
Bloodhound / Gibraltar:-
It ranks third depends on your style of play or the needs of your squad. Bloodhound’s tracking abilities are excellent for teams that want to hunt down their competitors (or avoid them altogether), while Gibraltar’s defensive capabilities pair excellently with Lifeline’s healing skills to protect the squad.
Best Landing Spots
The question at the start of every match, though, is always “where to land?” here are our recommendations on the best landing spots in King’s Canyon:-
It may not be a massive settlement, but it will almost always have enough loot for your entire squad to get a good start without being an exceptionally hot LZ.
You’ll almost definitely end up in a hectic firefight if you aim for the supply ship, but you’re also likely to get some excellent gear if you survive.
It is another great choice for those who like to loot in peace, & then go looking for trouble.
As one of the larger structures in the south of King’s Canyon, the treatment plant offers a bunch of loot along with great hiding spots to duck out of the way of incoming enemy fire.
There are some tips and tricks you should know if you want to be a Champion Legend:
When attacking an enemy, you’ll notice that the numbers ticking off the damage you’re doing may differ depending on the enemy your targeting. This color indicates what quality armor your opponent is wearing: purple for Level 3, Blue for Level 2, White for Level 1 and Red if they have no armor at all.
You’ll be able to climb up surfaces significantly taller than you will expect for FPS. Jump at a tall wall and hold forward to scramble up it – you can typically climb up to the wall one story above you.
You don’t necessarily need to “open” a door – you could just melee it into nonexistence instead!.
Turn on Compact Loot Prompts in the options menu for a less cluttered UI once you’ve familiarized yourself with all the pickups.
Wear a Helmet:-
Helmets, unlike armor, do not require consumables to recharge. They simply reduce incoming headshot damage for as long as you’re wearing it.
On the Lookout:-
You can ping empty slots in your inventory to have your friends keep their eyes peeled for useful loot you could carry.