Apex Legends Loadouts

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Apex Legends Loadouts Guide: Best Weapon Combinations To Use

Apex Legends Loadouts

We have gone over all the guns that you can use in Apex Legends, so now you should know about the best loadouts. Which guns work best with one another? That is a question that you might be wondering about. In this Apex Legends loadouts guide, we are going to go over just that and tell you about the best weapon combinations that you should use in the arena.

Apex Legends Loadouts

The following are the best loadouts that you can use in the game to have a better chance of making it to the end:

R-301 Carbine and Peacekeeper

The R-301 Carbine is a mid-range weapon that has a slow rate of fire but can deal some serious damage. The Peacekeeper, on the other hand, is one of the best close-range shotguns that you will find in Apex Legends. With both these weapons, you will be able to take down enemies in close quarters and from a distance.

You can use the R-301 Carbine to scout ahead and land a few shots from a distance and then rush the enemy with the Peacekeeper.

G7 Scout and Prowler SMG

This loadout is ideal for players that are looking to push enemies as soon as they are spotted. If you are an aggressive player then you should use the G7 Scout and Prowler SMG. Use the G7 to spot the enemy and land some shots from a distance and then take them out by rushing and using the Prowler SMG.

M600 Spitfire LMG and Mastiff Shotgun

The Spitfire LMG has plenty of bullets in a single magazine and does some decent damage. Add the Mastiff Shotgun and eliminating enemy players just seems like cheating. You will have to be accurate with the shotgun as you only get a few rounds in the magazine before having to reload.

Longbow and Peacekeeper or Wingman

This is one of the best loadouts that you can use in Apex Legends if you like sniping the enemy. The Longbow is a heavy sniper that uses heavy ammo. You can snipe enemies from a long distance.

If you find yourself close to the enemy then you can use Peacekeeper or Wingman. Both are great for rushing and taking down enemies.

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