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Apex Legends • Apr 15, 2019

Apex Legends L-Star weapon animations leaked

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Apex Legends L-Star weapon animations leaked
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A brand new L-Star weapon is expected to be the next added to Apex Legends and many of its animations have already been leaked for fans to see. 

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It didn't take long for data miners to get their hands on some more exclusive information on the upcoming submachine gun, with new animations being revealed for fans to get their eyes on. 

A first glimpse of the L-Star was revealed by a leak on March 19, which showed detailed images of it from several different angles, but now we have a much better look at how the weapon may operate when its in the hands of players - courtesy of @RealApexLeaks.

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Apex Legends players cool soon be seeing L-Star submachine guns appear around Kings Canyon.

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There's been no official indication from Apex Legends' developer Respawn Entertainment about when it is to be added to the game, despite featuring on load screens just after the launch of their Season 1 Battle Pass. 

However, that doesn't seem to have stopped data miners from getting a better understanding of how it will look in-game, with several animations surfacing on Twitter. 

These gifs show what players might expect to see from the new Apex Legends weapon, with this animation showing how it can be reloaded - along with an inspect view of it. 

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The previous animation shows how characters will reload the gun using only one hand, but the one found below one shows a normal two-handed reload. 

These animations show three different functionalities that the L-Star could have when it's added to the game, showing some interesting angles. 

Other dataminers have claimed to have known the release date, among other things, for this weapon already. However, those have not come to fruition. 

While the source of this leak has been proven to be typically reliable, it's still uncertain if these animations will be exactly the same when they're added to the popular battle royale title. 

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