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Apex Legends 30-30 Repeater Weapon Guide

You can make good use of the 30-30 Repeater in Apex Legends Season 8 by keeping a few helpful tips in mind.



The 30-30 repeater in Apex Legends

Respawn Entertainment introduced the new 30-30 Repeater Rifle to the loot pool in Apex Legends Season 8, and this weapon can be a great choice if you know how to use it.

Apex Legends Season 8 is here, and Respawn have brought a ton of new changes in the battle royale. Kings Canyon has been completely reformed, and a new character named Fuse has been added to the roster.

Fuse wields his trusty 30-30 Repeater Rifle, which is capable of dishing out some serious damage at medium-range. This can be an exemplary weapon choice if you know how to use it, so it’s important that you play your cards right.

That’s why we’ve prepared a few tips to keep in mind, as well as some ideal attachments to use with this rifle.

Fuse's 30-30 Repeater

Fire the 30-30 Repeater from a distance

The first thing you should know is that the 30-30 Repeater is not a great weapon to use in close-quarters combat. As we mentioned before, the gun is effective at medium range, and you can keep an SMG or Assault Rifle as your secondary for when you’re surrounded.

We also recommend that you don’t equip this lever-action rifle during long-range combat, as the slow travel speed of the bullets will cause them to miss their targets at times. The most efficient strategy is to keep your enemies at a moderate distance.

The weapon shares similarities with the Longbow and G7 Scout and is reliable due to its power along with its rate of fire. However, there is room for improvement in certain areas, and you can get that done with a few attachments.

Fuse 30 30 repeater in apex legends

Attach the Extended Mag

While the 30-30 Repeater has an impressive fire rate, its slow reload time leaves a lot to be desired. Luckily, you can reduce the number of times that can become a hassle by adding an extended mag to your weapon.

You can see the number of rounds each mag rarity will give you below:

  • Stock: 6 rounds
  • White Mag: 8 rounds
  • Blue Mag: 10 rounds
  • Purple/Gold: 12 rounds

Generally, you’ll get the best results by finding Purple and Gold mags since those are the rarest kind in Apex Legends. However, these aren’t always easy to find early on during a match, so you’ll have to make do with a Blue Mag.

However, having an Extended Mag 30-30 Repeater while slow down reload time even further, so you should find some cover to hide behind if you’re running low on ammo.

Which Optics to put on the 30-30 Repeater

You can equip the following scopes onto the rifle:

  • 1x Holo
  • 1x HCOG “Classic”
  • 2x HCOG “Bruiser”
  • 1x-2x Variable Holo
  • 3x HCOG “Ranger”
  • 2x-4x Variable AOG

30-30 Repeater damage stats

As we mentioned earlier, this weapon is capable of dishing out some impressive damage to your enemies if you use it correctly. You can maximize the amount of pain you deal by charging the rifle in bursts.

You can take a look at the weapon’s stats below:

Head74-100 (1.75x)
Legs32-43 (0.75x)
Body DPS97,02

Make the most of the 30-30 repeater’s charge

Charging the weapon for every single shot is not a good idea, as you would constantly slow yourself down and leave you vulnerable to enemy attacks. Slowing down your rate of fire is a dangerous tactic, so you’ll have to make the most of every charge.

One useful strategy is to fire a couple of shots at your opponent, and then charge the final one until it turns blue before firing again. This will disorient your opponents, and that last shot can boost your damage by 35% per hit.

30 30 repeater charge in apex legends

That covers everything you need to know about Fuse’s 30-30 Repeater, and it’s now up to you to decide if you’re going to make the most of this powerful weapon.

With Season 8 of Apex Legends now live, there is a ton of new content in the game, including King’s Canyon map changes and a “no fill” option too.

Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment / EA

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Apex Legends Season 10 Ranked updates: Arenas, map rotation, split dates, & rewards

A new season of Apex Legends means a new season of Ranked Leagues, from map rotation to split dates, we’ve got you covered.



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Apex Legends Season 10: Emergence is almost here, which also means an update for Ranked Leagues, so let’s get into the details.

Apex Legends Ranked Leagues is a great place for those who want to test their skills out and play for points in a competitive environment, which starting in Season 10, will also be available in Arenas.

No matter how good you are, Apex Legends has a detailed ranking system that will place you on a similar playing field once you play enough games. With Season 10 incoming, let’s check out the updates arriving for the ranked playlist.

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Although there are no major changes for Ranked Leagues this season, there are still a few things to go over such as split dates, rewards, and map rotation.

Split dates

As Apex Legends Season 10 begins on August 3, this would then mean that the first ranked split will also begin on the same day, with the second split coming halfway through the season.

Seasons usually last around 3 months, so with that being said, the halfway mark for Season 10 will be around September 7, so expect the second split to begin around then.

Map rotation

apex legends worlds edge decimated

Every new season two maps get picked for Ranked Leagues, one which spans the first split, and another that spans the second.

For Season 10 players will be dropping into Decimated World’s Edge, which has been showcased in the trailers leading up to Season 10’s release.

In the second split, players will be back on Kings Canyon, or at least the Season 8 version of Kings Canyon, with all the changes that were most recently made to it.

Season 10 rewards

apex legends season 10 ranked

Depending on what level you managed to reach in Ranked Leagues for Season 9, players will receive rewards at the start of Season 10.

The rewards include gun charms, badges, season-long dive trails for those who manage to reach the higher ranks, and new this season, Holo Sprays.

The rewards for Season 9’s Ranked Leagues have actually been revealed by EA, showing off the badges and dive trails players will receive.

Ranked Arenas

apex legends ranked arenas

Season 10 will also mark the first season of Ranked Arenas, which Respawn released details about fairly recently.

3 new BR maps will join Phase Runner, Party Crasher, and Overflow, with one of them joining the trio and rotating with each other every two weeks. The new maps include:

  • King’s Canyon – Hillside
  • World’s Edge – Dome
  • Olympus – Oasis

As well as new maps, Ranked Arenas will also feature new maps and an exclusive ranking system.

Although not much has been shared about how ranking will work in Arenas, we suspect the names and ranks will be the same, however, the way in which you actually receive points and the number of points you need to rank up will be different from the Battle Royale mode.

That’s all for the ranked playlist in Apex Legends Season 10, for more updates stay tuned on Charlie INTEL and if you’ve been a victim of the recent unfair banning, check out our article for an explanation.

Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment

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EA address accidental Apex Legends account bans

EA have issued an apology for the accidental suspensions of various Apex Legends accounts and are working on a fix.



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Various Apex Legends player accounts were hit with accidental bans after EA cracked down on clubs that violated the terms of service, and now the devs have issued an apology for this problem.

Much like Activision’s Warzone, EA’s Apex Legends has its fair share of players who tend to break the game’s terms of service. As a result, the developers decided to crack down on Apex Clubs with offensive or derogatory names.

However, this ended up backfiring on players, as multiple accounts were hit with bans accidentally on July 29. The Apex Legends community saw this as unfair, and now EA has addressed the issue.

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Various Apex Legends players noted that their accounts had been banned, even though they hadn’t broken any terms of service. This was simply due to their affiliation with a club with an inappropriate or blacklisted name.

Community manager EA_Mako confirmed that club-based suspensions were only supposed to be warnings, and EA has reassured players that they are now working on this problem.

“Sorry for the confusion on this one,” Mako said. While a number of warnings did go out for this, it looks like there were a small number of suspensions that unintentionally accompanied those warnings in some cases.”

EA Help forum for accidental Apex Legends account bans.

If players are still banned then there are some steps that the community manager suggested to get around it. Simply restart Apex Legends, sign out, and sign back in to check the account’s status.

If that doesn’t work, then players can try reaching out to EA’s Terms of Service team to get their accounts back. This may take a while, but they’ll get to play Apex Legends again soon enough.

With Season 10: Emergence on its way, players will want to ensure that their accounts are active so that they can enjoy the new update.

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Warzone players call for popular Apex Legends feature to be added

Some Warzone players are calling for the developers to implement a feature from Apex Legends, which involves player K/D ratios.



apex legends and Warzone k/d

With both Warzone and Apex Legends being extremely popular battle royales, of course, people are going to compare them, with some calling for a feature from Respawn’s game to be added in Warzone.

With the recent news surrounding Apex Legends’ upcoming season, some Warzone players may have been intrigued to check the game out and give it a shot, especially as CouRageJD recently stated that Apex was the best battle royale currently available.

In doing so, players may have noticed differences, not just in gameplay, but also in the stats and recordings of player progression, which some players want for Warzone.


Reddit user and Warzone player Excellent_Pass3746 posted his opinion online of which specific Apex Legends feature they would like to see in Warzone.

The post is entitled “KD should reset every season (Or at least show your KD for each season)”

This is a feature that is currently in Apex Legends, however, it doesn’t reset, it simply shows you your K/D for each season, while also showing your overall K/D from every season combined.

This would be great for Warzone, as then players can look back and see how much they have progressed, while also seeing how much of an effect each season’s K/D has on the overall number.

The argument presented is that players would like to see this progression and improvement, and not be defined by their K/D that got off to a bad start when they were learning the game.

Experienced Call of Duty players may have taken to Warzone much faster then those who are new to the franchise, thus this change would be a nice quality-of-life update for players.

Fans in the comments also agree, as although there are alternatives out there for checking your K/D monthly on Warzone, it “would be nice to have it on the game.”

For more on Warzone, stay tuned via Charlie INTEL and check out our recent article on when a FOV slider is coming to Warzone on console.

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