After more than two years, Thorn, the legendary Weapon of Sorrow and former bane of the Crucible, has returned with some significant changes. Is it still worthy of its past infamy?
The Season of the Drifter brought with it new weapons rewarded from both of its two new Playlists; Gambit Prime and The Reckoning. You can earn a chance at the curated rolls of these weapons by completing specific tasks in Gambit Prime itself. We are starting our review of these weapons with the new Sub-Machine Gun, the Bug-Out Bag.
Thorn has finally arrived in Destiny 2. The fan-favorite hand cannon from Destiny 1 is back, as promised, within the Season of the Drifter. As expected, there are several quest steps to obtain the legendary gun, some that will be far more difficult than others. This guide should make the journey much easier, should you face issues on any part.
The Trials of the Nine are here and they’ve brought with them a trove of lucrative rewards. Need help deciding which guns to grind for? We’ve got an in-depth look at the unique arsenal and all it has to offer, both good and bad.
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
One of the effects of the move to fixed weapon rolls in Destiny 2 is that, in theory, it levels the Crucible playing field. There are – in theory – countless Kinetic/Energy weapon combinations with which a Crucible combatant can achieve success, without depending on a randomly-granted perk. However, in every FPS, there will always be what’s considered the “meta” or ‘best’ loadout, and Destiny 2 is no exception. Although we’ve only made it a few weeks since launch day, the dust in Lord Shaxx’s prized arena has already begun to settle, and there appear to be some weapons that
Trials is now live, and will be active until the next weekly reset. The map is Eternity, which has a mysterious otherworldly vibe to it. To access Trials, simply go to the Crucible section in the Director and select it. Pre-made teams of 4 will be able to play in this mode as long as they’ve completed the Campaign, Call to Arms Crucible Milestone at least once, and have 260 or more Power. You will not start gaining losses on your ticket until your first win. If you rack up 3 losses on a single ticket, the ticket will automatically