Current Gold fully-kitted weapon rotation in Apex Legends

Full-kitted and ready for action

A huge part of Battle Royale mode in Apex Legends is getting good enough loot to get the upper-hand in battle. Finding weapons that you prefer is part of the struggle, but kitting them out is a whole different battle in and of itself. But there is a way around having to search for stocks, and extended magazines, and the like: fully-kitted weapons. Gold weapons, or called fully-kitted weapons, come with all the bells and whistles already built-in. Let’s take a look.

Gold fully-kitted weapons

It is easiest to find Fully-kitted Gold weapons in Hot Drop Zones and high-tier loot sub-locations. Gold weapons rotate every season and usually feature a wide variety of weapon types in the line-up.

Current Gold weapon Rotation

Gold weapon rotations come in waves of five. Each weapon usually comes from a different weapon class, but may use the same type of ammo as another weapon in the rotation.

  • Longbow DMR (Sniper Rifle)
  • G7 Scout (Marksman)
  • Mozambique (Shotgun)
  • R-99 (Sub-machine Gun)
  • Hemlok Burst AR (Assault Rifle)

Related: Current Care Package weapon rotation in Apex Legends

Previous Gold weapon Rotation

Weapons are never in the Gold weapon rotation for two seasons in a row. Gold weapons also must be in the floor loot during the season they are featured.

  • EVA-8 Auto (Shotgun)
  • Bocek Bow (Marksman)
  • VK-47 Flatline (Assault Rifle)
  • P2020 (Pistol)
  • M600 Spitfire (Light Machine Gun)

Gold Fully-Kitted Weapon Details

Unlike with Care Package weapons and Replicator weapons, Gold fully-kitted weapons do appear on the ground. Their non-fully-kitted variants also still appear in the loot pool as normal. Gold weapons have built-in attachments players cannot remove, aside from their optic. The optic can be switched out at any time. Gold weapons also generally auto-reload when docked, as part of the base built-in kit is a Level 4 Gold Extended Magazine.

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Radiant G is Press SPACE to Jump's site lead, as well as their Apex Legends beat writer. He has covered Apex Legends across various sites since Season 3: Meltdown. In addition to his journalism, he is also an indie dev, artist, narrative writer, and producer. He is currently working on a queer narrative adventure game called Himbo Hunter.

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