A unique new Light Machine Gun called the “Dragon” has been revealed in some Apex Legend leaks, and this unique weapon is the first of its kind to make use of Light Ammo.
When you hop into a match of Apex Legends, you’ll immediately have to search for some top tier weapons to boost your chances of victory. The battle royale has only had three unique LMGs since launch, but now a fourth might be on its way.
One Apex Legend data miner uncovered some brand-new weapons in the game files, and a notable addition was the “Dragon.” This is a new LMG that’s different from the others because it uses Light Rounds.
These leaks came from prominent Apex Legends data miner ‘Biast12’, who revealed a handful of new weapons on April 11. The Dragon LMG caught the attention of many fans due to one important detail.
This might be the first weapon of its kind to use Light Rounds in the battle royale. There are currently only six weapons in Apex that rely on this type of ammo, and LMGs mainly utilize Heavy Rounds or Energy Ammo.
If the Dragon is added to the game, then making use of Light Rounds will give it an extremely fast rate of fire. This means that you’ll be able to use it to cause some serious pain in a short amount of time.
Those are the only known details about this weapon at the time of writing. We currently don’t know its power, recoil, or where to find it on the map. Biast12 shared a close look at the in-game model, and it seems lightweight compared to other LMGs.
While this model seems unique, it’s important to keep in mind that these are just leaks, so there’s a chance that we might not see the Dragon in the game. Hopefully, Respawn will announce something official to confirm its arrival.
Perhaps it will be part of the upcoming Season 9 update for Apex Legends. We’ll keep checking for any new developments regarding this, and will inform you of anything new that we learn.
Image Credits: Respawn Entertiainment
How to do Valkyrie’s portal trap in Apex Legends Season 9: Legacy
Apex Legends’ Valkyrie has more to her play than expected, as players find an alternative use for her ultimate in the form of a trap.
Apex Legends players have found an extremely amusing trap with new Legend Valkyrie in Season 9: Legacy.
It seems some players have taken it upon themselves to find out if you can combine Valkyrie’s ultimate ability, Skyward Drive, with some of the other Legends.
Players have found that they can combine Valkyrie’s Skyward Dive, which is essentially a portable redeploy balloon, along with other Legend’s abilities to maximize potential.
One great example of this is Valkyrie and Revenant. We’re sure you’ve heard of Revenant and Octane combining their ultimate abilities to essentially push a team and third-party fights without worrying about positioning or elimination.
This was considered very powerful in Season 8, as teams would use Revenants Death Totem and Octane’s Launch Pad to traverse huge distances and save time while in shadow form.
However, soon after Valkyrie’s launch, players found they could perform a similar routine with the Skyward Dive instead of the Launch Pad, which effectively took the team in shadow form across huge distances.
Apex Legends Valkyrie portal trap
One combination some players found success with is Wraith, combining her Dimensional Rift/Portal ultimate with Valkyrie’s Skyward Dive to trap unsuspecting enemies.
The trap is simple:
- Activate Valkyrie’s Skyward Dive
- Wait for Wraith to activate Dimensional Rift and join the Dive
- Valkyrie will then launch and fly over a hazardous part of the map
- While over this part of the map, Wraith will end her portal leaving anyone who takes it doomed
Although this trap is best for Olympus due to the many gaps and holes in the floating city, this can also be done off the side of any map or even into the lava in World’s Edge.
There is so much potential with this trap, as you can also pull it off without dropping enemies off the map.
Say you have a Wattson, Caustic, or Rampart set up, and you place a portal directly above where these characters have placed traps. Unsuspecting enemies will take the portal and land in a very stick situation.
That’s all for this cool Valkyrie and Wraith portal trap. For more on Apex Legends, keep it locked on Charlie INTEL, and check out our article on the average K/D ratio for Apex Legends.
Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment
What is the average K/D ratio for Apex Legends?
Interested in finding out the Apex Legends average KD and how it compares to others? Let’s look at the benchmark and see where you stand.
Curious to see how your Apex Legends stats stack up compared to others? Or maybe you just want to find out if your KD is above or below the average. Let’s find out by looking at the Apex Legends average KD.
How many times have you hesitated when someone has asked what your KD ratio is on Apex Legends because you’re unsure what the average is and whether yours is good or bad.
Whether it’s the guns you’re using, or the Legend, here at Charlie INTEL, we don’t judge. However, we can show you what an average KD looks like in Apex Legends to ease your mind or make you work harder to achieve better.
Apex Legends average KD
KD, or kill to death ratio, has always been a big part of measuring skill in multiplayer FPS games. However, due to the recent obsession with battle royales, SBMM, and the addition of Ranked Leagues, KDs have become more inconspicuous and really depend on what type of lobbies you’re playing in.
The general consensus is that any KD just above or below 1.0 is considered an average KD on Apex Legends. This means that for every death you have, you will have at least secured one kill.
If your KD is lower than 1.0 and looks more like 0.80 or lower, this would be considered below average as you are dying more than you are killing. To increase your KD back up more towards the average, you will need to start killing more people before you are eliminated.
If your KD happens to be above 1.0 and looks more like 1.5 or higher, this would be considered above average in Apex Legends as you will be killing more than one person every game before dying.
How to check your KD
You can check your lifetime battle royale KD by pressing your username above the Legend on the lobby screen. This will take you to a page full of your player stats. In th middle will be your lifetime stats, and the right will be your current season stats.
Players can also see stats via each season or even ranked by pressing the title above the stats on the right side, giving you an option to select any season you would like to see your personal stats in.
Alternatively, you can also use websites like Apex Legends Tracker to see your KD and any other stat you might be interested in finding out, including your recent performances.
That’s it for average KDs on Apex Legends. For more, stay tuned on Charlie INTEL and check out our article on ranked Arenas.
Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment
How to get Valkyrie Punk Rocket Twitch Prime skin in Apex Legends
The ‘Punk Rocket’ Twitch Prime Gaming skin for Valkyrie in Apex Legends Season 9: Legacy is now available for players to add to their collections.
Learn how you can redeem the Punk Rocket Valkyrie Twitch Prime skin for free in Apex Legends before the deal ends.
Every new month brings another installment of Twitch Prime loot to Apex Legends, and this month it’s time for the newest Legend to receive a new skin.
Along with the new content brought into Apex Legends through the Season 9: Legacy update, which included a new mode, weapon, map update, and even third-person emotes, even more content is available for those with a linked Twitch Prime Gaming account.
How to redeem Valkyrie’s Apex Legends Twitch Prime skin
Kairi Imahara, code name Valkyrie, is the latest Legend to enter the Apex Games and receive a new Twitch Prime skin.
The description over on EA’s website reads:
“One day, Valkyrie was doing some self-reflection and was like: Is my energy chaotic enough? I mean, yeah sure I’ve got a jetpack and rocket launchers, but what if I really upped the ante here with like… a studded belt. YES.“
To redeem this skin, you must access the Prime Gaming website and link your active Amazon Prime membership account to your EA account, or you can start a free trial with prime to claim it without an active membership. Here’s the full process:
- Log in to the Prime Gaming website
- Visit the Apex Legends section
- Click “Claim Now” on the Punk Rocket skin
- Link your Prime and EA accounts to complete the claim
- The skin will then become available in your in-game inventory
After you enter your Amazon account details, you will then be redirected to EA to link your Prime account with your Apex Legends account. Once you have completed this, you will be redirected back to the Prime Gaming website, where you will be informed that the skin has been successfully claimed.
The next time you boot up Apex Legends on the EA account you linked with Prime Gaming, you will receive a notification upon passing the main menu that will inform you of your claim.
When in-game, head over to Legends, select Valkyrie if you have her unlocked, and you will find the ‘Punk Rocket’ among her collection. Make sure to grab this skin as it is only available for a limited time between May 12th – June 21st.
You still have time to redeem the previous Twitch Prime skin for Caustic as well, which will end on May 14th.
For more on Apex Legends, keep it locked on Charlie INTEL and check out our recent article on Ranked Arenas.
Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment
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