Response has temporarily disabled both the Rampage LMG and the Sentinel sniper rifle at Apex Legends because of the impression among fans that an exploit in the war royals is unfairly subduing both weapons. The skin of the legendary MIL-SPEC Bangalore has also been deactivated, following repeated issues where the cosmetic game was causing the crash.
The exploits under discussion for both Rampage and Sentinel include the fact that both weapons can be charged uniquely, first with a thermite grenade and then with shield cells. Charged rioters will fire faster, while charged sentinels will deal. Helpless The amount of damage. The exploits discovered allowed players to charge both weapons indefinitely, creating a cheaper way to eliminate enemies throughout the match.
We’ve just pushed a LaPlayapex Updates to temporarily disable Sentinel weapons and riot in all ways due to an exploitation.
The updated MIL-SPEC also disables the skin of Bangalore. However, it can still be purchased from the store and will be available once valid and reactivated.
– Respawn (esRespawn) January 6, 2022
Unlimited charge exploitation was actually first discovered last year, and Respawn implemented one. Hotfix patches to fix the issue in December. However, the exploitation has resurfaced in recent weeks, as players seek a new solution to the uproar and exploitation of the Sentinel.
Response producer Josh Medina on January 4 Tweeted That the team had just returned from a vacation, and was working on an exploitative solution. Also Apex Legends Live Balance designer John Larson Tweeted Regarding exploitation, indicating that those who used it may be banned from the account in the near future.
Respawn, meanwhile, has only decided to remove the riot and the Sentinel from the ground looting, preventing anyone from using the exploit. Both firearms are inactive by all means, so you cannot use Rampage or Sentinel in Trios, Duos, Ranked, or Arenas.
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