The poor old P2020 Pistol has always occupied the very lowest portion of the Apex Legends power curve of weapons – until now, that is. With the release of Season 2 and the new Hammerpoint Rounds attachment, the P2020 has suddenly become one of the most powerful weapons in the game. No, I’m not joking. Our Apex Legends P2020 guide will walk you through everything you need to know about the P2020, from damage and mag size to in-depth DSP and time-to-kill (TTK) stats.
Note: we will be fleshing out these individual weapons pages with in-depth tips, facts, and strategies as time goes on; but until then, just take a look below for all the most up-to-date and useful statistics on the P2020 Pistol.
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Apex Legends P2020 stats – DPS, TTK, fire rate
The below tables go through just about every statistic that might be useful to know about the P2020 Pistol. The first gives basic stats, and the second gives the Time To Kill (TTK) under different circumstances.
P2020 stats (basic)
|Fire Rate (SPS)||8.5|
|Att. Slots||Hop-Up, Mag, Optic|
|ADS Movement Speed|
(% of non-ADS speed)
|Max Headshot Distance||1500|
P2020 stats (TTK)
Note: the below figures are displayed in the format of how long it takes to deal 100/150/175/200 HP damage, as this reflects the TTK depending on the enemy’s Body Shield quality.
|DMG Type||DMG||Shots To Kill||Time To Kill|
Lvl 1 Helmet (10%)
Lvl 2 Helmet (20%)
Lvl 3/4 Helmet (25%)
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