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Apex Legends quick gun reference sheet reveals weapon stats

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If you’ve been cleaning house in Season 2 of Apex Legends then you already know there have been some big changes made since last season. There’s new Ranked Leagues to grant in-game rewards to competitive players, a newly transformed Kings Canyon, a shocking new Legend added to the roster, and another hinted to follow sometime soon.

If that’s not enough to shake up the game, Esports Host and Twitch Partner JetSetJamerson just put out an incredibly useful bit of information that players have been wondering and debating about since release: A quick gun reference sheet that displays everything you’d want to know about any weapon in the game. It’s especially useful since Season 2 has changed many of the weapons. If you think you know what’s good, it may be worth your while to take another look:

Apex Legends Quick Gun Reference Chart Season 2

Unfortunately, the chart is missing a few details, such as how long it takes to kill with a particular gun (taking into account details like DPS vs RoF), but there’s still a ton of info here, even including body shot damage vs a hit to the leg or head (looks like body shots do slightly more than leg, while head shots deal almost twice as much damage as either).

Apex Legends Wingman
Spoiler: The Wingman still dominates.

If you’re one of the many players who’s been dissing the Mozambique, take a good look at what happens once you mod it with a Hammerpoint! If you’ve got the backpack space for them, you might consider sacrificing a few for hop-ups; they’ll radically change up your game. Check out this detailed video for a full breakdown!

Big thank you shout-out to JetSetJamerson for creating (and editing) this awesome chart.

Let us know in the comments below whether this changes up the way you’ll be playing Apex Legends in Season 2, and we’ll see you in Kings Canyon!

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