Apex Legends Season 15 Weapon Tier List

DBLTAP's weapon tier list for Apex Legends, updated for Season 15: Eclipse.
DBLTAP's weapon tier list for Apex Legends, updated for Season 15: Eclipse. / Respawn Entertainment

Our Apex Legends Season 15 weapon tier list is here to break down which of the guns are the best to use now that the meta has been shifted once again with the launch of Respawn Entertainment's latest major balancing update.

With the Eclipse patch, although we didn't get a new firearm, there were a handful of major nerfs and buffs to a wide variety of meta options in the existing loot pool. As such, here is how the weapons stack up in Apex Legends: Eclipse.

Apex Legends Season 15 Weapon Tier List

S Tier

Kicking off the list, the RE-45 Auto, Kraber .50-Cal Sniper, Bocek Compound Bow and Rampage LMG all get free passes to the S Tier considering that they still make up this season's Supply Drop rotation. Meanwhile, the Volt SMG and R-301 remain to be two of the game's most popular guns to no surprise considering how strong they are. Being how nasty shotguns continue to be in Apex, both the EVA-Auto and Peacekeeper are in S Tier as well, with the latter being a little bit weaker due to the nerf to its projectile growth. Even equipped with just an optic, the G7 Scout is a devastating option for poking enemies constantly. Lastly, the ever-dependable Flatline, Wingman and C.A.R. are still core pillars of the game, as they have been for as long as most remember.

A Tier

These five weapons could easily be considered S Tier to some, but are slightly edged out by those above who do their jobs a bit better. The R-99 is still a demon at times, the HAVOC is still very competitive if it's paired with a Turbocharger despite the minor nerf, and the 30-30 is still a problem to deal with at range. Lastly, the Charge Rifle is perhaps the most-hated weapon in the game for good reason and allows its users to upgrade their armor with ease. After its buffs, the Triple Take is much more useful as it is now way easier to use.

B Tier

In B Tier are weapons that fare better than average and give you that sense of feeling solid and ready to go after looting for some time. Since returning to the floor rotation, the Mastiff has been a bit disappointing as it's just not as strong as it used to be even before entering the crate rotation. Although they can be used to finish games, there are likely better guns out there for you to rely on. The Longbow DMR is a great sniper, but is outshined by the marksman rifle offerings, as well as the Charge Rifle. Meanwhile, the Spitfire is still viable in most scenarios thanks to its mildly high damage output for those who bother to craft it. The Prowler Burst PDW and Hemlok can be considered useful to some, but are likely not worth mastering.

C Tier

In the grand scheme of things, these six weapons aren't that bad. Well, except for the P2020, which has become even worse now that Hammerpoint Rounds have been removed from floor loot and crafting bundles. You can indeed win fights with these weapons if you play your cards right. However, it's probably best to go other routes in your matches than using these after the initial drop.