Apex Legends has finally landed on our mobile devices, and it has already got popular among millions of players. If you plan to make your first drop-in World’s Edge, you better be equipped with the best weapon.
To help you figure out which weapon surpasses the other, we have made a detailed Apex Legends mobile weapon tier list that you can go through to find a weapon suitable to your play style.
So let’s get started!
Each Tier consists of weapons from different classes ranked from most impactful to the weakest. At this moment, Apex legends mobile offers seven weapon classes in the loadout section with 25 weapons to choose from.
R301 is the best assault rifle Apex has to offer at the moment. It provides the highest rate of fire at the damage rate of 14 per shot which is deadly against the enemies. Combine with a high-tier magazine; carbine can down a fully geared enemy in one clip.
What separates it from other assault rifles in the game is its high-speed 816 rate of fire with an excellent vertical recoil pattern to keep your hands steady for a more extended period.
Volt is an excellent choice for those getting into the game for the first time and struggling with recoil patterns. It packs a good punch with 17 base damage per hit and an RPM of 780, making it one of the best available SMGs in the game.
Unlike other SMGs, volt consumes energy ammo that is very efficient and deals a good amount of damage. It offers a low initial burst recoil to keep the weapon stable and suitable for close-range engagements.
Kraber is hands down the best and the most brutal weapon in our Apex legends mobile guns tier list. This bolt-action sniper houses a massive 145 damage per shot to down your enemies in a single hit.
It offers a massive 980 meters range compared to its competitors. This is the highest number we got so far, but unlike other snipers, Kraber comes with a small magazine without upgrades, which means you have to make every shot count. Reloading can also be quite a drag with Kraber, but this all comes with the package.
Despite its fast fire rate, it falls slightly behind Volt Smg due to its smaller magazine size and hard-to-control recoil. Reducing damage in exchange for a faster fire rate is not always the best option; it is still a pretty accurate gun for close-range combat and hip-fire, especially when paired with a high-tier extended magazine.
R-99 requires quite a good amount of practice due to 1092 RPM, which makes it hard to control; you can extend the magazine size up to 27 bullets max. After going above the 200m range, you start losing substantial damage, which is not the case with Alternator.
The only thing take keeps Flatline from being in S-Tier is its slower fire rate. Unlike R-301, it has more damage but a 14% less fire rate making it a second option to pick if the best one is not available. It’s an excellent choice for hip-fire-focused players as it offers slight spread recoil.
Flatline misses the first spot due to its slow rate of fire of 600, but you can get up to 30 bullets per magazine compared to R-301 carbine’s 27 shells which can be a life saver in many situations. It also offers less distant accuracy than other guns, and recoil kicks in hard at farther distances.
A fan-favorite gun that had the potential to make it to S-tier but requires a lot of precision and accuracy to benefit from landed it here. The slow fire rate and limited mag capacity can be a problem for some players, Yet the wingman shows no mercy to its targets with that 45 DPS.
It comes with 222 meters of the range, which is not very common on pistols, making Wingman a great weapon to engage with in mid-range fights. Fortunately, the magazine size can be upgraded to gain a few extra shots. It surpasses Mozambique and P2020 in damage output and range considerably.
This LMG feeds on energy ammo and offers a variable rate of fire ranging from 300 RPM to a massive 900 RPM while continuously firing it. Combining it with a turbocharger can achieve that RPM much faster, even with slightly low base damage; it’s an A-Tier gun due to high DPS.
Devotion can have up to 55 bullets in its magazine, allowing you to bring a whole squad down. Devotion outputs significant damage and a very high fire rate, unlike spitfire with a similar magazine size. Even with a capability of hitting above 500m, it has a poor recoil pattern.
Another bolt-action sniper with far inferior damage compares to Kraber. Sentinel offers good base damage at an extended range and has a significantly increased fire rate if paired with the right hop-up.
It comes right under Kraber in sniper class and has a similar hit range as Kraber, going as high as 915 meters. The area where Sentinal lacks is the damage, which is half of what Kraber can do. But the good thing is that its magazine size can be increased, and it has a faster reload and transition time which makes up for some of the deficiencies.
A fully auto assault rifle with variable RPM provides a similar type of gameplay as that of devotion. Havoc can also utilize “Turbo Charger hop-up” to be viable in fast-paced combat, but it doesn’t come close to S-tier options due to its long firing delay.
While other rifles consume light or heavy ammo, Havoc goes with energy ammo, It’s very similar to devotion, but the part where it lacks is the bullet’s trajectory. It’s not easy to hit targets at the distance which you can with Flatline or Carbine. Reloading is relatively slow, which can be problematic for players during combat.
Even with the highest rate of fire in the Assault category, hemlok only offers burst fire mode or single fire mode, making it a very situational weapon to pick. It’s still a competent weapon outputting 22 damage per hit, which is higher than we get on other assaults.
With a good range of 612 meters and magazine capacity up to 30 rounds per clip, all that also makes it a great mid-range weapon to pick.
Alternator lacks the speed of its competitors, such as the R-99 and Volt, making it not the best option to pick as your primary weapon. It offers high stability and great hip-fire accuracy, which can help new players get used to the game’s mechanics.
A burst-fire SMG offers high-speed RPM, but what makes prowler different is that if you can find a select-fire hop-up, you can make it fully automatic, which can be a game-changer for many.
With 1254 RPM and a 30-round magazine, you can output 400+ dmg to your targets which is enough to knock them out.
If you plan to shoot all day, you can consider Spitfire, as it offers a slow rate of fire but a massive magazine capacity that can get you a squad wipe if used wisely. It lacks the range and the speed of its competitors. The reload time is pretty long, but it can keep going for a good while providing cover fire for teammates once reloaded.
Peacekeeper, a close-range monster, is a lever-action shotgun that allows you to charge it up for high precision shots but to achieve it, you need to put a choke on it as an external hop-up. The choke reduces the spread and makes your shots more accurate which isn’t the case with other shotguns in the category.
You can easily take out your enemies with 110 base damage and 150+ headshot damage with 2-3 hits.
G7 offers a 34 per hit damage, which is decent for mid-range scouts but does not entirely take over the assault class even being a marksman due to its poor recoil pattern; it can be used in burst mode as well for increased impact, which can be helpful in tight combat situations.
We still prefer it over 30-30 repeater as it’s much quicker and accurate and has burst fire mode, which increases damage.
Mid rage efficient DMR sniper with a decent ammo capacity to get you started in your sniper career. Longbow lacks the damage as a bolt-action, but it surpasses other snipers and scouts in-game such as Tripletake, G7, etc., in terms of accuracy and base damage.
It goes head to head with Sentinal with a similar range yet faster fire rate and tap fire ability. It can shoot faster, yet the recoil is much poor as that of sentinal.
This fully automatic pistol is extremely helpful when you can’t get your hands on an SMG like R-99 or Volt. Furthermore, this pistol has a high-speed rpm paired up with a good stock mag size to keep you loaded in case of ambush.
RE-45, surprisingly enough, can output a good amount of damage even above 150 meters; it surpasses P2020 in terms of damage output and being automatic instead of a single fire. Pretty handy gun to pick, especially in your arena’s battle.
In addition to being a low recoil pistol. P2020 is also very accurate, but even with that, it’s still not favored over the RE-45 mentioned above due to its tap fire trigger; therefore, it’s always a second option among the legends who pick it.
Out of all LMGs available in the game, L-STAR has the worst recoil and spread patterns; therefore, it’s the weakest of all other options. It offers a fast rate of fire, but it’s hard to control it, and it doesn’t come with a magazine and requires a cooldown after a while.
Unlike other shotguns, Mastiff offers the highest shotgun damage yet has a horizontal recoil pattern, which is tricky for new players to control. It’s a great weapon to be used in close combat and hip-firing.
Charge rifle landed on C-Tier due to its over-the-time charging capability; otherwise, it’s the easiest sniper to play with and can output a significant amount of damage.
Charge rifle also offers a bigger magazine size, considering how fast you run out of ammo on this sniper. The 1824 RPM is the fastest available on any sniper tested, making it a perfect long-range beginner’s weapon.
Mozambique is here in D-Tier due to its prolonged fire rate compared to other pistols and small range. It’s a situational weapon to use when no other option is available to defend yourself.
It’s also a fully automatic pistol that can benefit from increased RMP if paired with a shotgun bolt.
Eva-8, besides being an auto shotgun, lacks a good recoil pattern as most of the bullets are projected on the right side during ADS making it a tricky weapon to play with for beginners. A shotgun bolt can be used to give it some similar worth that of Peacekeeper.
A liver-action rifle that is somewhat good for mid to long-range flights. It has a prolonged fire rate but a stable recoil, but it’s not something extraordinary to look forward to. Furthermore, the tap firing can be an issue in a close combat situation with a poor hip-fire pattern.
30-30 falls behind all the available options such as G7 as they already provide everything it offers and more, making it a D Tier gun.
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