Coldheart is a base game Destiny 2 Exotic, but for many Guardians it wasn't even accessible for a full year. The reason for this is that it was locked behind exclusivity with Sony for Playstation 4, which undoubtedly harmed its reputation. However, now that it's available for everyone, and because Xur sold it last week, we thought it was high time we did an in-depth look and decided if it was the best of the Exotic Trace Rifles or not.
Bad Juju released last week to the excitement of pretty much every Guardian on the planet. The weapon is a legacy Exotic from Destiny 1, though it's been slightly reworked for Destiny 2 in order to bring it into line with the game's other Exotics. While we know what the weapon's perks are from images, and from owning it, no one knew about this hidden perk.
Since Bad Juju was added to Destiny 2 this week, with an entire quest required to access it, we thought we'd do an in-depth analysis of it. The weapon was powerful in Destiny 1, and it doesn't seem any less so with the transition to Destiny 2, but there are always differences. We know of at least one, but let's smash through the stats and perks on Bad Juju first to get the obvious stuff out of the way.
Lumina is the latest Exotic Hand Cannon to enter the Destiny 2 roster. With so many available now, we thought it was time that we looked at whether it was the best one of the lot. One thing we can definitely say is that it's certainly the most individual.
Queenbreaker was sold by Xur recently, so we thought it was about time we got around to analysing it in some closer detail. Being an Exotic Fusion Rifle the competition for Queenbreaker is; Arbalest, Sleeper Simulant, Merciless, Telesto, Jotunn, and One Thousand Voices. Let's dive in and take a look at the stats on Queenbreaker first.
With each new season in Destiny 2 we get a brand new set of Pinnacle weapons to collect. These weapons are always among the most powerful for the season, but they require a number of tasks to be completed before Guardians can earn them. The effort of earning a Pinnacle weapons is nearly always worth it, and Season of Opulence is no exception. Let's take a look at the three new Pinnacle weapons we can earn after this week's reset.
With Outbreak Perfected being added to Destiny 2 we thought it was time to decide whether it's the best Exotic Pulse Rifle in the game. If you haven't got Outbreak Perfected yet then check out our guide to get yourself up to speed.
With Arbalest being the very lates Exotic Fusion Rifle in Destiny 2 we thought we'd answer that burning question, is it the best Exotic Fusion Rifle in the game? Arbalest is a Linear Fusion Rifle, meaning the only direct competition is Queenbreaker, and Sleeper Simulant, however there are other normal Exotic Fusion Rifles to consider; Merciless, Telesto, Jotunn, and One Thousand Voices.
As of the Forsaken expansion there are now three Exotic Trace Rifles in Destiny 2. We've already taken a look at both Prometheus Lens, but there is also Coldheart and now Wavesplitter in the weapon category. In this article we're going to dive deep into Wavesplitter's stats and compare it to the competition to see if it is indeed the best Exotic Trace Rifle in the game.
Trinity Ghoul is an Exotic Bow that was added to Destiny 2 with the Forsaken expansion. There are only three Exotic Bows in the game, Trinity Ghoul, Le Monarque, and Wish-Ender, but which one is the best? We're here to check out the first one and decide if Trinity Ghoul is the best Exotic Bow in Destiny 2.