Best Exotic Armor for the Crucible

So far, Destiny 2’s exotic armor doesn’t feel quite as powerful as what we found in Destiny. In my mind, the jury’s out on whether this is a good or a bad thing, but for now we may as well use what we have. While many of the armor pieces available across all classes feel as though they’ve been tuned for PvE, and others simply feel lackluster (likely due to balance issues), there are still some good options for Crucible combat. With a few exceptions, I’ve found it much harder to rank D2’s exotic armor, largely due to the fact

riskrunner exotic review

Riskrunner Exotic Review

Charge your soul and let the electrons sing. The Riskrunner is an Exotic Submachine Gun that can be acquired from Exotic/Luminous Engrams, various rank-up packages, or as a quest reward in Destiny 2’s campaign. Upon reaching Io and completing the first campaign step, Asher Mir will prompt Guardians to select what is very likely their first Exotic weapon reward: Sunshot, Riskrunner, or the Graviton Lance. If you select one, subsequent characters will only be able to acquire one of the other two from this quest step. [divider] The Basics Submachine Guns are deadly weapons in close range. They boast low

the fighting lion exotic review

The Fighting Lion Review

The Fighting Lion is an Exotic single-shot grenade launcher that can be equipped as an Energy weapon. But should you use it? Probably not. The good: Grenade launcher in the Energy Weapon slot. The bad: Everything else. Low damage, small blast radius, not worth its Exotic status.   Delayed Gratification: Grenade projectiles will bounce off surfaces. Hold to fire, and release to detonate. Countermass: This weapon is weighted for vertical recoil. Greatly controls recoil. Increases stability. Increases handling speed. Implosion Rounds: This weapon’s projectiles travel faster and have a controlled explosion. Increases projectile speed. Greatly increases stability. Decreases blast radius.

necrochasm exotic review

Necrochasm Exotic Review

Returning from the archives of Year 1, Necrochasm was one of the more difficult weapons to acquire back in the day. Not only did it require an extensive quest, but progressing also hinged upon random drops from Hive knights and Crota himself. Many rage-quits were harvested during those sorrowful times. The new quest line is much easier, but is it worth your time in this new age of nostalgic delights? Pros: Very quick time-to-kill, Arc damage, cursed Thrall explosions on every kill. Cons: Uses a vital exotic slot, dependent on the Zen Moment perk for optimal stability. Perks The Intrinsic

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Weekly Exotic Roundup: Hard Light

Each week, a specific Exotic weapon will be used in every activity of Destiny. So far we’ve inspected Touch of Malice, Universal Remote, & The Last Word! Hard Light Pros: Literally light up your enemies! Over-penetrating rounds work well when enemies are lined up, decent magazine. Cons: Blinding muzzle flash, difficult to stay on target, techno music will play in your head. Perks In the ballistics column, we have Accurized, CQB, and Aggressive. CQB increases Range at the expense of Stability, which is a baffling choice considering this weapon suffers no damage fall-off. The Exotic Perk gives you the over-penetrating rounds

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Khvostov 7G-0X Exotic Review

An ancient instrument of war, renewed and enhanced by Light, not unlike you. Khvostov 7G-0X is an Exotic auto rifle, obtained from its Exotic Quest. 8/10 6.5/10 The good: Fun, customizable, full of nostalgia. The bad: Slow reload speed, low base stability and range. Conclusion: A visceral weapon, but ultimately outclassed. This is an Exotic WeaponAuto Rifle (Primary Weapon) Kinetic Base Damage300+ Best In?PvP Rate of Fire 62 Impact 20 Range 12 Stability 30 Reload 52 Magazine Size 26 Aim Assist 48 Equip Speed 32 Recoil Direction 70 Zoom 15 Weapon Review The Khvostov is a fantastically anachronistic re-addition to

updated telesto exotic review

Updated Telesto Exotic Review

Telesto, colloquially known as the Besto (better than the resto), is an exotic that truly lives up to its billing. Firing fusion rifle bolts that stick to targets upon impact and detonate after a short delay for increased damage, Telesto offers a strong resemblance to another weapom from Bungie’s past: the Halo Needler. Although the gun has been out for some time, it’s often overlooked in multiplayer, due to both fusion rifles’ relative weakness in the meta, and the lack of perceived usefulness of the exotic perk. I set out to take a look at whether this gun is rightfully