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5 new weapon attachments we want to see in Apex Legends

Published: 31/Mar/2019 17:20 Updated: 31/Mar/2019 17:53

by Eli Becht

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There are several weapon attachments available for players in Apex Legends but there’s certainly many more that can be added in the future. Here are five weapon attachments that we’d like to see added to the game in the future.

Apex Legends has grown quite a playerbase since its launch in February and it is still growing larger by the day.

It doesn’t receive updates as quickly as some players would like it to, notably Fortnite players, but it does receive a lot of support.

The Season 1 Battle Pass has given players a lot more content to go through but it left a lot to be desired for many players.

Apex Legends has a good amount of weapon attachments currently in the game but with any game that receives regular updates, players expect more.

There are a number of attachments that can come to the game, and it all likelihood they probably are. Things like laser sights and silencers come to mind but there are also some other ideas for attachments.

Let’s take a look at five attachments we’d like to see come to Apex Legends.

Top 5 weapon attachments we want to see

Weapon Mod Concepts

As mentioned above, silencers and laser sights seem like they’d be logical choices but as the image above shows, there are also other attachments we’d like to see.

The imgur post was originally posted to Reddit by user thetruemaddox and not only are the attachments highlighted, but potential features are shown along with them.

Here’s what thetruemaddox has in mind, according to the graphic.

  • Suppressor
    • Level 1: Reduce gunshot audible range by 10%
    • Level 2: Reduce gunshot audible range by 20%
    • Level 3: Reduce gunshot audible range by 30%
    • Level 4: Eliminates muzzle flash visible to enemy. Reduces gunshot audible range by 30%.
  • Extended Barrel
    • Level 1: Increase bullet speed by 10%
    • Level 2: Increase bullet speed by 20%
    • Level 3: Increase bullet speed by 30%
    • Level 4: Increase bullet speed by 30%. Eliminates tracers.
  • Laser Sight
    • Level 1: Reduce hipfire diameter by 10%
    • Level 2: Reduce hipfire diameter by 20%
    • Level 3: Reduce hipfire diameter by 30%
    • Level 4: Reduce hipfire diameter by 30%. Interferes with target’s vision slightly.
  • Dual Mags
    • Level 1: Reduces reload by 30%
    • Level 2: Reduces reload by 40%
    • Level 3: Reduces reload by 50%
  • Folding Stock
    • Level 1: Increase strafe speed by 5%
    • Level 2: Increase strafe speed by 10%
    • Level 3: Increase strafe speed by 15%
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Apex Legends dev reveals top 5 most played legends in Season 7

Published: 27/Nov/2020 10:08

by Connor Bennett

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Apex Legends developer Daniel Klein has revealed the five most popular legends from Season 7 – and it should come as no surprise that Horizon is right up there already.

As the Apex Legends seasons have unfolded, it’s been easy for players to chop and change the legends they use seeing as a new character is introduced which each major, season starting update. 

The new character always receives huge attention as players want to test out the new content, but sometimes, they don’t stick around and can immediately fall to the bottom of the pile once fans are seemingly bored with them. 

In the case of Horizon and Apex Legends Season 7, she has been able to stick around as one of the most played legends – even cementing her spot amongst some of the battle royale’s long-term favorites.

Wraith in World's Edge Apex Legends
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Wraith still leads the way as Apex’s most-used legend.

Speaking on The Third Party: An Apex Legends podcast, Respawn Senior Game Designer Daniel Klein revealed how the list of most played legends in the new season had started to shape up.

“Wraith, Bloodhound, Horizon, Octane, and then Lifeline, that’s the pick order right now,” Klein told the podcast hosts in relation to the top five, noting that Horizon had started to settle in the top five after her initial explosion in use. 

Octane being so high might surprise a few players, and as Klein points out, he doesn’t “win a lot of games,” but he’s so fun to play because of his speedy abilities. Klein also noted that there is an “interesting situation” with Bloodhound because they have a high pick rate, but they don’t win a lot of games. 

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Additionally, the Apex developer revealed that Loba has also seen a rise in her trios win rate after her Ultimate received a bit of a shake up at the start of Season 7. Though, he didn’t note just how popular and used that she has become. 

As the season unfolds, some currently lesser-played legends might see a boost in usage after Respawn rolls out patches, so, we’ll have to wait and see as to whether or not the top five is shaken up or if it stays the same moving forward.