Getting new exotic gear is the best part of Destiny 2, Bungie's sci-fi first-person shooter. We've compiled the complete list of exotic weapons you can obtain in Destiny 2, and ranked them based on utility for various Destiny 2 activities.
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A day after releasing their game’s new Black Armory expansion, the creators of Destiny 2 are lowering the power level requirement to participate in the new content’s marquee feature, a series of weapon-based activities called Lost Forges. They’re also acknowledging that the requirement reduction is small but the best they can do at the moment.
Sales for Destiny 2: Forsaken have not lived up to Activision's expectations, the publisher said today on an earnings call, promising investors a faster content model and new forms of monetisation for the game. This comes at a time when the Destiny fanbase is as happy as it's ever been, which raises serious questions about the future of everyone's favourite loot shooter treadmill franchise.
It turns out one of Destiny 2: Forsaken’s most annoying new weapons is bugged after all. In Bungie’s weekly update post for the game yesterday, the studio confirmed that the Edge Transit, a legendary grenade launcher introduced in the latest expansion, has indeed been dropping “more frequently than intended”.
Destiny 2’s infusion system allowed players to easily power up their favourite gear to use throughout their adventure. Forsaken has tweaked how upgrading is handled; the change shakes up player’s arsenals and encourages experimentation, at the cost of making customisation and identity-building more expensive (and grindy) than before.
I know, we’ve done a Fine Art on Destiny 2 already, but there’s so much amazing work that’s gone into the new expansion that I thought it was worth its own showcase.