Pixel Gun 3D is first-person shooter pixel game. Along the gameplay, the weapon is your major concern. In Pixel Gun 3D weaponry has statistics which inform you with the grade, efficiency, fire rate, capacity, mobility, and attack of the weapon. These statistics affects the performance of the weapon in the gameplay. These statistics are further divided into a more specific. For now, we’ll have a look at the Pixel Gun 3d weaponry statistics.
The weapons of Pixel Gun 3D are available following their grades which are actually based on the rarity. You’ll find the weapons with these classification: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Epic, Legendary and Mythical. The Common weapons have the highest quantities in the Pixel Gun 3D gameplay while the Mythical weapons are the rarest ones. Weapon grades also represent specs and features, the rarer weapons seem to be the stronger ones.
Each weapon has a different efficiency rate usually measured with Death Per Second(DPS). The DPS shows how lethal the weapon is in the gameplay. The higher DPS, the deadlier the weapons are. In the same weapon type, the rarer weapons seems to be more lethal. It should be noted that even deadliest weapons demand a professional control and adjustment to be “deadly”.
3. Fire Rate
Fire rate measures how many bullets the weapon can shoot per second. Of course, fire rate not always represent the lethality since it mostly depends the weapon type and bullet type. The highest fire rate is 8 bullets per second measured with number 99. The higher fire rate, the more bullets are spilled by the weapon in a second. To some extent, the higher rate could support the damage depending on your shooter control.
It literally represents how many bullets the magazine can load per unit. The measurement simply the number of the bullets. The Capacity somehow also affects the efficiency, at least, indirectly. The more bullets in your magazine allow you to have a wider chance to shoot the opponent before it has to be reloaded. In the tactical circumstances, the bigger magazines increase your survival rate and killing rate. Of course, they also depend on how you accurately control the weapon in the gameplay. Check the starter weapon pack.
The mobility stat shows how fast the players move in the gameplay. Unlike other stats, the measurement of mobility stats is likely numerically reversed. The higher mobility is represented with the lower number of the stats. It’s because the mobility stat replaced the former weight stat which literally represented the weight of the player, the heavier player performs a lower mobility.
Last but not least, the Attack stat could be the most crucial aspect of Pixel Gun 3D weaponry. Attack stat shows the damage rate of the weapons. Literally, the higher attack stat it shows the greater and faster damage to the opponent. However, only melee weapons which possess this attack stat.
By knowing these weapon statistics, you can manage your performance even better in the Pixel Gun 3D gameplay. You may require a different type of gun for a different map, landscapes, and circumstances.