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Best guns in Apex Legends Season 14: Ultimate weapon S tier list


Wise Member
Mar 16, 2022
A lot has changed since last season with ground loot weapons as well, considering the 30-30 and EVA got some serious buffs. In comparison to Season 13’s tierlist, a lot has moved around.
And, although it may be appealing to try and find the best guns in Apex Legends Season 14 when you can, sometimes, you’ll get stuck with a lower tier weapon. Knowing their pros and cons may get you out of a sticky situation.
Here are the best (and worst)S tier list guns in Apex Legends Season 14, tiered based on their strength. But first, a short introduction to our tier system and what each tier means about the weapons in it.
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Kraber .50 CAL — Care Package Sniper
In the sniper category, the Kraber is the clear king. Even with it’s Season 13 nerfs, there’s no way the Kraber isn’t still an S-tier weapon.
Although it’s one-shot headshot potential has been reduced, the Kraber is still an unbelievably strong weapon. This bolt-action sniper does massive damage at pretty much any range. And, even if you miss the head, you’ll soften up opponents enough for a quick weapon swap or an assist from a teammate to easily confirm the kill.

Eva-8 Auto — Shotgun
After spending a few seasons on the bench, the EVA-8 is back and better than ever. Well, ok, it’s not quite as broken as it was in early seasons, but it’s finally worth picking up again.
Buffs to the EVA-8’s fire rate, the return of the Double Tap hop-up, and the stock attachment slot give the EVA its own identity as a shotgun that’s speedy in every way. It shoots fast, swaps fast, reloads fast, and goes through ammo fast.

Mastiff — Care Package Shotgun
This shotty’s power lies in its horizontal spread, combined with its lack of leg-shot drop-off. If you hit an opponent in the chest with the Mastiff, you could deal 104 damage. It can also scrape their heads with the spread, adding another 128 to the pile.
Having a consistent 2-shot kill that has above-average accuracy at range for a shotgun makes the Mastiff incredibly lethal at close range. Even with a 4 shot magazine and a somewhat slow rate of fire, the Mastiff’s close range prowess is unrivaled in Apex.
However, the fact that the Mastiff is so rare keeps it in line with the other Shotguns.

Peacekeeper — Shotgun
The Peacekeeper is an incredibly popular Shotgun choice, and for good reason. Its high damage, accuracy at range, and incredibly satisfying 2-hit kills make it an incredibly potent option.
The EVA, Mastiff, and Peacekeeper are all in S-tier for a reason. They’re each good for their own reasons. The big difference for the Peacekeeper is how heavily it rewards accuracy. Being able to hit targets center mass while moving at breakneck speed is essential with this weapon.

R-301 Carbine — Light Assault Rifle
The R-301 has been an all-rounder since Apex Legends first dropped, and it’s remained that way ever since. Now that it’s out of the replicator and back on the ground, it’s an absolute blessing to find this rifle early on.
Good at close to medium-long range with the right optics, good hipfire, and one of the few weapons that takes all those purple barrel stabilizers people leave on the ground these days, the R-301 is never a bad option.

VK-47 Flatline — Heavy Assault Rifle
The Flatline is one of the best Assault Rifles in Apex Legends in terms of raw damage output. Despite having some pretty awful ironsights and more recoil than the R-301, its Light ammo counterpart, the Flatline has a place in the S tier for a few reasons.
One of the key areas where the Flatline shines is its unchanging nature. Its recoil is solid, its damage is mid-range but good, and it boasts decent range for an assault rifle.
With the Spitfire being swapped to Light ammo, the Rampage being put in the care package, and the Wingman now taking Sniper ammo, Heavy ammo and mags are lying everywhere.

Rampage — Care Package LMG
The latest Apex Legends LMG hits like a truck, but its slow rate of fire is its one downside.
The Rampage shines when you can find a Thermite Grenade to activate its passive. Revving the heavy LMG up changes its RPM from 300 to 390, and boy can you feel the difference. As long as you can feed Thermites into this hungry beast, it’s always going to be a strong power pick. And, now that it’s in the care package, a Thermite grenade comes packaged with it. Handy!

Bocek — Care Package Compound Bow
The Bocek Bow came into Apex Legends as a monstrous weapon, one that broke the meta and was an absolute terror in mid-range engagements. The Bocek being restricted to the care package has landed it a bit closer to its release state, along with some extra perks.
Shatter Caps and Deadeye’s Tempo don’t exist as floor pickups anymore. Instead, they just come stock standard with the Bocek. And, despite not being able to pick up arrows anymore, 80 arrows is more than enough to last though most games of Apex.