Apex Legends’ “worst weapon” is even more unpopular than Mozambique

After debating which weapon is the worst in the game, Apex Legends players finally agree.

Apex houses almost 30 different weapons. From the standard assault rifles and submachine guns to shotguns and sniper rifles, each player has their own preferences.

However, the Apex community has come up with their main culprit when it comes to being the worst weapon, one even less popular than the Mozambique: the P2020.

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Apex Legends Community Declares P2020 ‘Worst Weapon’

In a thread by Reddit user FlatAd5285 On the official Apex subreddit, players discussed what they thought was the “worst weapon” in the game.

Some players suggested weapons like the EVA-8 and the Havoc as candidates. However, none could overcome the consensus of the P2020 as the worst of all.

Just because players thought it was the “worst thing” doesn’t mean it’s a terrible weapon. Instead, it was slammed by players for being too “ordinary” and boasting nothing to set it apart.

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The P2020 is one of the most common weapons in Apex Legends.

The P2020 is often viewed as a kind of “lowest common denominator” that comes up all the time, but isn’t really worth picking up.

Apex fans have been calling out for buffs for the pistol many times, which the devs have answered somewhat with the Season 12 Defiance patch update.

However, it seems like that wasn’t enough for Apex fans. Only time will tell if Respawn Entertainment will respond with more buffs to get the gun out of the doghouse going forward.

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