Just because there are tons of ways to be effective and deal damage in Realm Royale, does not mean that you cannot go back to the age old tried and tested method of using your weapon to blast off enemies. Moreover, to assist you with that, we have the Realm Royale Weapons Guide.
Our Realm Royale Weapons Guide will tell you about some of the best weapons that can be found in Realm Royale as of this moment, and what is it exactly that makes them better than the other ones in the game.
Realm Royale Weapons
Before we begin, it is important to remember that Realm Royale is an Early Access game and that it is constantly changing as newer items are added into the game and over powered items are balanced to ensure that the game is running smoothly for all players.
For that reason, it is best to take a look at some of the stats of the weapons before you start making use of this guide, as it may not be up to date on some of the weapons.
The weapons themselves are one of the best ways to deal damage in the game. The legendary weapon of your class will definitely be one of your go to methods for taking control of a fight and raining blood. You will of course, also find smaller weapons that can be effective situationally depending on their statistics and their rarity.
First of all, let us go ahead and discuss the rarities of the weapons. As players who have played Fortnite will already know, weapons can have multiple different variants and these variants can have different stats. Here are a total of 4 different variants for each of the guns including Crossbows, Pistols, Rifles, Shotguns, and Swords.
As you might have expected after reading the above paragraph, the rarest variant will be the one that has the best stats and is the most useful. That for this game is known as the Legendary Variant. After that, we have the Epic Variant that does lesser damage followed by the Rare Variant and the Common Variant. Remember that these variants mainly impact the damage of the weapon and the rate of fire does stay same for the most part.
These weapons are by far the most fun to use and have the highest amount of impact on firefights. There are 5 different classes in the game and each class has its very own Legendary Weapon.
These weapons all have a unique characteristic that makes them suitable for their own class such as the Sniper Rifle that is made for the Assassin class. The assassin class is predicated on the fact that it can take out enemies while avoiding confrontation as much as possible, and that is exactly what the Sniper Rifle helps it achieve.
There also has been a new update that allows you to have Elemental Weapons for use. Elemental Weapons are a very fun concept that add an exciting new dimension to the game. There is really nothing you can do to get the Elemental Weapons since they are given by chance when you are crafting a Legendary Weapon.
There are 3 different types of Elements that can be fused with the weapon. Fire will burn enemies for some time, dealing extra damage and reducing healing. Frost will slow down enemies and Spirit will reveal the enemies if they are stealthed or hiding behind a wall to not only you but your team as well.
Let us go ahead and look at each of the Legendary Weapons individually to see what sets them apart from the rest of the pack.
Throwing Axe is the Legendary Weapon that is used by a Warrior. As you would expect with an axe that is thrown at enemies, it does not really travel that quickly and can only be used at close to medium range.
However, it deals 900 damage and you can dish out damage at a very quick rate since the axes can be thrown one after the other without reloading. Lastly, you never run out of ammo so this gives you enough leeway to make mistakes when wielding this weapon.
As discussed earlier, this gun is a staple of the Assassin and has a massively long range that allows you to avoid damage altogether and take out enemies from afar. The bullets travel at a decent pace and deal 1100 damage. You can fire 1 shot per second with this but you have to lead your targets at long range so as to account for the distance. There is no drop in the bullets so you do not need to account for gravity.
This is the weapon of choice of the Mage. You can only fire 1.2 shots per second and they deal 300 damage. However, each shot has 3 projectiles and the damage can stack onto an enemy meaning you can do up to 900 damage to an enemy provided you are able to hit him or her with all 3 of the projectiles. The speed of these projectiles has also been recently increased so trying out this weapon might be worthwhile.
This gun shoots Plasma and is a favorite of the engineer class. The plasma can do a ton of damage so try to hit enemies with it to make short work of them. 800 damage per shot that you can fire once a second. There is also splash damage so you can damage multiple enemies of a squad if you are fighting them in close quarters.
The Hunter uses the Longbow and it deals 900 damage. There is an awfully long loading time as it takes 2 seconds to draw the bow but you do not have to wait that long as you can fire the bow whenever you want it in between. Once again, the bullets are slow so you may need to account for targets moving at long ranges.
This is all we have for our Realm Royale Weapons Guide. Let us know if we missed something using the comments section below!