The first official trailer is now available for Destiny 2’s first expansion, Curse of Osiris! This expansion will be released for PC, PS4, and X1 on December 5th, 2017.
In the latest Bungie Weekly Update, some of next week’s upcoming patch details were revealed, as well as information about what we can expect in early 2018, Season 2, and beyond! We also got a closer look at the images of the Dawning armor and Iron Banner ornaments that were revealed in the TwitchCon livestream earlier this month. According to Game Director Christopher Barrett, here is a taste of what we can expect from a larger update in 2018: New systems and rewards to give our most engaged players additional, optional pursuits. Better incentives for players who complete challenging Prestige
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Xur is located on Titan. He brought some great stuff this week:
The raid’s hard mode is, indeed, much more difficult. Besides the fact that enemies take more damage, and will hit significantly harder, Revive Tokens are now lost upon death. If you have never completed the raid, click here for a starting guide. Challenge modes are coming soon, which will add even more layers of complexity. For completing the Prestige raid, you’ll earn the “Glory to the Emperor” emblem, “Imperial Aura” and be able to complete the Legend of Acrius Quest for “The Emperor’s Pleasure” Ornament. You’ll also be able to get a slightly different aesthetic version of raid armor. What’s
Xur is located on Nessus. He has the following: Wings of Sacred Dawn While you can certainly string together a series of precision hits to stay airborne, the fact that you’re exposing yourself and are limited from any movement whatsoever is just too big a handicap in content where threats require you to be on the move. Calus’ throne room bomb would wipe you out in an instant, Hobgoblins with frenzied line rifle shots would drop you before you could throw your next Solar Grenade. It possesses mild synergy with both Attunements (Ability recharge for Sky, Phoenix Dive for Flame),
The Forward Path (Adaptive) Pros: Quick reload speed & handling. High aim assist. Cons: Below average magazine size. Perks Red Dot 2 MOA, Red Dot Micro, Rifle Scope SSF Armor Piercing Rounds, Extended Mag Tap the Trigger As far as stats go, this is an impressive weapon. But this auto rifle is let down in the perks department. The scopes are passable, with short and long range options. Short range will offer a wide field of view, but poor damage and aim assist. Long range offers a narrow field of view but better drop off characteristics. Extended Mag is an