If you played D estiny you may be familiar with Xur, the weekly exotic article merchant. In Destiny 2 he…
If you played D estiny you may be familiar with Xur, the weekly exotic article merchant. In Destiny 2 he is back and is now showing all over the map. This week he is on Io.
Xur’s inventory this week consists of the following:
Xur’s inventory for hats out at 581 if you are at 600 power – a light above your collection. He also offers specific rolls on each armorbit every week, giving different benefits for the same pieces. We have highlighted some good rolls below.
The Crimson hand cannon arrived in Destiny 2 with Curse of Osiris downloadable content. However, Destiny players can recognize it as an offshoot of the fan favorite weapon Red Death. Its first exotic perk is Banned Weapon which makes it burn in three rounded shortcomings. Its secondary advantage. Cruel Remedy causes Crimson killers to heal the player. If they are precise killing, the newspaper is immediately filled.
Crimson is a great hand cannon that can cause real destruction in the right hands. This is one of the weapons that the players will either love or hate, depending on their preferences. If you enjoyed Red Death in Destiny or just love pulse rifles (which also burns in shortcomings) this is a great weapon. If none of it sounds appealing to you, you can probably skip it.
As for Hunter exotics, Dragon’s Shadow is just decent. Its exotic perk, Wraithmetal Mail will reload all Hunter’s weapons as they avoid, which also increases the movement and handling speed a short while later. This bonus is most valuable in PvP. But hunters already have Foetracer and other excellent PvP exotics to take. If you are a hardcore PvP player or find yourself caught 2v1s, pick it up here. If none of it applies to you, skip it.
This Week’s Role : Low mobility and high resilience, with choices between resilience and recovery. Tier 1 provides a choice between uneven fusion guns, uneven arc and uneven sniper rifle visibility. Tier two offers scout rifle reserves and special ammunition seekers. This is an OK role for PvP, nothing to get excited if you do not use snipers or mergers a lot.
Ashen Wake is one of the new exotics in Destiny 2: Warmind . Its primary exotic advantage is Bring Heat which makes the fusion granite used by the sun Titans explodes immediately and travels faster in the air. This is a cool exotic on paper, but it does not damage your grenades.
When other branch-related exotics like Armamentarium are available, Ashen Wake is a hard sale for your only exotic location. However, the effect is still pretty fun to use, especially if you are used to more immediate satisfaction grenades like Striker’s Pulse Grenades. If you are a collector or hammer Titan enthusiast, pick them up.
This Week’s Role : High Resistance, With Choice Between Resilience and Recovery. Tier 1 offers a choice between hand canisters, fusion guns and shock absorbers – melee damage repayments garnet energy. Tier two gives the choice between shotgun and heavy ammunition finder. This is a great role for PvP, and you should definitely download this week.
Crown of Tempests is a fairly big Warlock Exotic, especially if you like Stormcaller. This helmet’s leading zipper, Conduction Tines makes Arc ability kill to charge your Arc abilities and increase your Super Duration. The only bad news about this helmet is that it needs to be used with Stormcaller, which is a good PvP Super now and decent for the enemy who is ready for strikes and raids. If you do not have the helmet for your Warlock, you should definitely consider picking it up.
This Week’s Role : Average Mobility and Low Recovery, with Choice between Mobility and Recovery. Tier 1 offers a choice between bow painting, hand cannon painting and hands-on-melee killing contributions Super Energy. Tier two gives the choice between hail reservoir and heavy ammunition finder. This role is quite decent in PvE, especially if you are an aggressive Warlock player.