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How to control spray patterns and recoil in Apex Legends

Published: 10/Apr/2019 18:53 Updated: 11/Apr/2019 4:31

by Eli Becht


All guns have different recoils in Apex Legends. Learn to control your spray with this chart showing where your bullets go.

On the surface, Apex Legends looks a lot like your traditional battle royale game but Respawn does just enough to set it apart from the competition.

One of the ways it does so is by offering a vast array of weapons instead of the traditionally named guns you see in a game like Fortnite.

Each weapon operates in its own way in Apex Legends so it’s important to know the ins and outs for each of them.

For example, there are several different assault rifles in the game that each operate differently from the others.

These guns all have different sprays but this guide will help you control and learn different patterns, allowing you to deal more damage to enemies.

How to control your weapon spray in Apex Legends

The latest spray pattern chart will help players master the recoil of every Apex Legends weapon.

The chart, which was posted to Reddit by user potatoddas, shows the normal spread of your bullets if you just hit the trigger.

What’s important to note is the chart also shows how players can control their shots depending on how they move their mouse or analog stick.

Take the G7 Scout, for example, if you drag the mouse down as you take shots it will make the shots more accurate as you adjust for the recoil of the weapon.

This results in dealing more consistent damage to your enemy and could be the difference in winning a battle and losing one.

Apex Legends has a vast assortment of weapons.

Some guns are still just better than others

Of course, hitting all of your shots might not matter with some of the guns. Yes, we’re looking at you, Mozambique. 

Nonetheless, this chart will certainly be of help for anyone looking to rake in more wins during Season 1 of Apex Legends.

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Apex Legends dev confirms fix coming for frustrating Season 7 Clubs bug

Published: 26/Nov/2020 23:18

by Alan Bernal


The Apex Legends community has been encountering a bizarre bug that’s randomly kicking people out of their Club, even if they were the one to create the group in the first place – and Respawn is on the case.

The hyped Season 7 feature finally let Apex players initiate randos into recurring squadmates by inviting them into the social hub for friends. This was integrated for the purposes of growing communities and making teams easier to fill.

But now, some Club creators are getting kicked out of their own group and even finding that the guilds they made are getting deactivated with little explanation to account for.

While Clubs can get instantly deleted if they’re found with inappropriate names or the like, players have been reporting no such infractions while still getting ousted from their org.

Got removed from my own club that i created? my friend who is admin was not even online in the past few hours. and cant find any club if i click find club. Other clubs got deleted aswell? from apexlegends

“My club was up since Season 7 dropped,” user ‘IIIOxygenRSC’ wrote. “No offensive name or tag, no offensive text chat, usernames or anything. Logged onto apex today with a notification that said my club had been deleted by club admins. Anyone else or any idea why?”

It’s been happening more to different people, prompting Respawn Entertainment to take a closer look at what could be causing the problematic trend.

Clubs Designer at Respawn, Chad Armstrong gave a little comfort to people who’ve been dealing with the glitch: “Thanks for letting me know. We’re looking into this now.”

Now that the developers are on the case, it could soon lead to a meaningful fix to why people are getting met with a random ‘Exited Club’ notification as soon as they log into the game.

“Several players are reporting that they were removed from their club by the admins, even if THEY were the admins,” The Dot’s Pedro Peres said. “This is probably a major bug with Apex and I know Respawn will push out a fix for it ASAP.”

Though his incident was quickly resolved, more players have been wondering if that would be the case with them as well.

The Apex devs could be working on a speedy fix for Clubs to make sure their new Season 7 feature is working without a hitch.