Apex Legends transforms into Dark Souls to show how powerful Rampage really is

To show just how powerful the Rampage LMG really is in Apex Legends, one player turned a showdown with a weapon-wielding Gibraltar into a Dark Souls-style boss fight.

Apex is always on the move, weapons are constantly being upgraded and nerfed over time.

Often the developers only do something after players have complained about a particular weapon for months. What weapons are considered “balanced” tends to vary from person to person.

However, many users seem to agree that the Rampage LMG is a bit OP at this point based on reaction to a video that turns the weapon’s face into a Dark Souls boss fight.

Rampage LMG turns Apex into Dark Souls

How it feels to fight the rampage: out of top legends

On April 10th, a video showing what it feels like to fight the Rampage quickly garnered over 1000 upvotes on the Apex subreddit.

In it, King’s Canyon transforms into the world of Dark Souls, complete with loading screen and boss music, as Revenant tries to take down a Rampage-wielding Gibby.

Like most Soulsborne boss fights on the first try, Gibraltar absolutely melts Revenant, who might have better luck using a weapon instead of his heirloom as well.

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Poor Revenant never stood a chance.

From exploits to just being more powerful than many other weapons, it’s not the first time players have complained about how OP the Rampage is in Apex.

Respawn developers already provided an overhaul for Season 12’s Rampage in early 2022, so it remains to be seen if there will be another one anytime soon or not. One thing is for sure though, many players believe it is still one of the most powerful in the game.

https://www.dexerto.com/apex-legends/apex-legends-into-dark-souls-show-strong-rampage-really-is-1801474/ Apex Legends transforms into Dark Souls to show how powerful Rampage really is

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