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The Energy Assault Rifle is a Primary weapon introduced in the 15.6.0 update.

Appearance

This weapon has a primarily white body with what looks like a neon battery, and also has a red trigger. The scope of the gun is grey with neon on it, and the grip and bottom half of the stock are a dark green or black.

Strategy

It has good damage for a primary weapon, medium mobility, a medium fire rate, and a good capacity for it’s fire rate. It is 6-7 shots when maxed out.

Tips

  • Aim for the head to deal more damage.
  • Use this weapon at close or medium range due to its medium-slow fire rate.
  • It's decent capacity and high damage will compensate for missed shots and somewhat moderate fire rate.
  • Use its 2x scope to advance to longer ranges.
  • Try to make every shot hit so that the ammo is used wisely. This way you can use the weapon for longer whilst still getting kills.

Counters

  • Strafe and jump around the user to confuse them and to empty their mag, then when the user is reloading, shoot them with a shotgun or other close range weapon to finish them off.
  • Do not use the jetpack, as it is easy for users to easily gun you down in the air.

Weapon Setups

Pair this weapon with a strong backup and a good melee for a deadly combination suitable for most, if not all situations.

Trivia

  • This weapon is unlocked at level 54; it was formerly unlocked at level 45 until the 16.2.0 update.
  • The gun has a slight resemblance to the MA58 Assault Rifle from the Halo series. However, this assault rifle is mostly white, and the MA58 is mostly black. It bears a far greater resemblance to the Heavy Pulse Rifle from Overwatch. The Heavy Pulse Rifle in Overwatch is mostly blue, white and black.
  • This weapon is one of the three energy-based guns originally unlocked at level 45, the other two being the Total Annihilator and the Gauss Cannon.
  • The reload animation is identical to the System Admin and the Poisonous Vine.
  • Strangely, the kill icon is that of the Huge Boy, despite this weapon being available several updates before the Huge Boy. This is likely due to a glitch.
    • As a result, it is one of the weapons to share a kill icon with another weapon, the other one being the Elephant Hunter (PG3D).
    • This weapon is now rentable in the 16.7.0 update.
    • The weapon icon was fixed in the 16.7.0 update.
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