ImperialHal says Apexs-hated gun will become a staple in drops, but others cry trolls


    The P2020 is an underwhelming gun for an Apex Legend. Even in times when the Hammerpoint Rounds hop-up was in the loot pool, it seemed like a chore to pick up a P2020 just because you didn’t waste a full weapon slot on a gun that didn’t go along with it until you found a single-handed bounce of epicarity hop-up.

    The worst of Apex is landing near another couple of teams looking to fight rapidly, opening up a loot bin, and not finding all of a P2020 (or a multiple P2020s) inside. But wasn’t Hal just giving a little information for season 16 or was he just trolling them?

    Hal confirmed spawning with p2020? from ApexUncovered.

    Thanks for starting with a P2020 next season, Hal said. Are you ready to do that?

    If that is true, it wouldn’t be the first time Apex shook the game by adding items players automatically spawn with. Starting in season nine, Apex created players into game with a single evo shield, two syringes, and two syringes. It might seem like an obvious sight for those who only recently started playing the game, but at the moment, players actually started to go about finding their own level one shield when they dropped.

    Spawning with the P2020 could also be one of a kind of issue with Axe. One can use gun thrown out of the loot pool, and so can to spawn weapons. These new weapons let out more space for Apex fans, despite the rumors already in season 16. They frequently cited concerns about the loot pool and how much weapons and items bloated with, and avoiding the prospect of too many weapons and weapons, and more serious questions about the loot pool.

    Some Reddit users correctly noted that it was a bit unusual for Hal to speak so candidly about the changes coming for next season that hasn’t yet been publicly announced. There is a possibility that someone at Respawn could tell the player certain things were fine to leak to his viewers, but it doesn’t seem like a usual occurrence.

    Others mentioned an issue of different magnitude: giving one a P2020 to everyone when spawning. In hot drop situations, being a very nuisance isn’t enough.

    It’s not uncommon for teams to gain confidence in their opponents by forcing all three players to land on enemy that has separated away from their squad off of drop. Usually, those players don’t worry about getting a gun and begin to fight their solo enemy to death, so it’s usually simple, even if he finds a weapon. Now imagine that strategy. In the end, everybody has P2020s. It is a pea shooter, sure, but if three pea shooters are all trained on one player that one player will lose their fight.

    In theory, this can discourage players from hot dropping further, making the team to look for less crowded drop spotsor, knowing the Apex player base, it could just happen to massive hot drops and poor game pacing.

    As long as you fumble for a year if your limbs spawn with an end of season 69, you might turn off the Dive Trails.

    GG Thordan Smash (@thordansmash) December 28, 2022

    The common practice of using predator dive trails while in a game and teaming up with enemies for an adventure and bringing them to life is quickly and brutally efficient with P2020s in every hand.

    It is unclear whether Hal is telling the truth here or just trying to convince me about the matter. And the potential costs and benefits of such a move seem relatively unbiased, all of which will be considered. The Apex players probably won’t know the final fate of the P2020 until season 16 in 2023 actually starts.


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