Destiny 2: Beyond Light is here and with it a host of new exotic weapons and armor. As always, the In-Game Collection tab gives us a good idea of what Exotic has to offer this season. However, it is entirely possible that Bungie will hide exotics for a later date.
Here is the full list of the new exotics we are currently aware of fate 2: Beyond the light.
There are five new exotic weapons Fate 2: Beyond the light, although Bungie might surprise us with more.
Mortal Polarity: Precise final strikes create lightning at the target’s location.
Bungie announced this sniper rifle in its Exotic Trailer for a few weeks ago Beyond the light. It creates a bolt of lightning when you get a headshot. We’re not sure how to get it yet.
Compression Chamber: Fires a pellet spread out in hipfire, or a single slug with high damage, while you aim.
Duality is the new Season Pass weapon for Season of the Hunt. It’s called duality because it fires a wide spread from the hip and a powerful slug when aimed.
Hawkmoon is a recurring favorite from the original fate. We’re not entirely sure how to get it or how its advantage rate has changed since the original game. In the original fateHawkmoon randomly added bonus damage to bullets throughout the magazine when reloading, which could occasionally result in a one-shot kill in PvP.
Banshee’s Wail: Hold to rotate the blade. Increases damage, shield bypass and adds shield piercing to all attacks. Gain stacks when dealing damage with revised attacks. Extra stacks increase the damage and damage resistance of heavy attacks.
The lament is a new sword in Fate 2 and it’s a chainsaw too. It has a powerful combination that can cut through the shields of the Anti-Barrier Champions.
No time to explain
Again rewind: Precision shots against stasis-slowed or frozen combatants return to the magazine.
No Time To Explain is another return from Exotic from the start fate. When you get precision hits, it creates a small tower that floats next to you and shoots at enemies.
Cryo cannon: Hold to load, release to fire. The projectiles from this weapon create stasis crystals and freeze nearby targets.
The Salvation’s Grip is a Stasis Exotic that fires ice block grenades at targets and creates platforms and the like. We’re not sure how to get this yet.
Eyes of tomorrow
Eyes on All: This weapon can pursue and fire at multiple targets at the same time.
Eyes of Tomorrow is an exotic rocket launcher that can shoot multiple targets at the same time. Every time you kill four or more enemies in a single volley, your next missiles will do more damage.
In Destiny 2: Beyond Light there are six new armor exotics – two for each class. Like guns, Bungie could surprise players with more.
Skittering Stinger: Weighted Knife gets a second jump. Quick, precision hits with your weapons give Weighted Knife a significant damage bonus and the ability to stagger unshielded fighters for short periods of time.
The Athyrs’ Embrace Hunter exotic gauntlets are the first of several good PvP exotics on this list. This exotic makes the Hunter Throwing Knife stronger and makes it ricochet more often.
Rites of Embers: Your daybreak projectiles cause targets to burn on contact, inflicting more damage. All of your burn effects last longer, and you gain a small amount of melee energy every time one of your burns deals damage to a target.
The Dawn Chorus Helm Exotic increases the PvE potency of Warlock’s most powerful PvP super: Dawnblade. Super attacks cause targets to burn and return melee energy.
Glacier Protection: Replaces your barricade ability with a personal armor buff that absorbs minor damage. While amplified, you will be slowed down and Barricade will not charge.
This exotic titanium glove overrides the barricade ability. When creating a barricade, the Titan gives himself an overshield instead.
Light Shift: Replaces your stasis subclass evasive ability with faster, longer range movement that partially obscures you during use. Once moved, your bow weapons will deal increased damage for a short time.
This seems like a solid PvP exotic helmet for hunters. It replaces the hunter’s evasion with a teleport.
Grasp of the Devourer: Damage fighters with melee attacks corrupt them as damage increases over time. Defeating corrupt fighters spreads the corrupting effects on nearby targets and restores melee energy.
Crowd control is all about crowd control in this exotic warlock glove. Warlock melee attacks poison enemies, and defeating a poisoned enemy spreads the poison to nearby targets.
Kintsugi: After being revived or revived, you gain an aura that gives you and nearby allies shields.
This Titan Exotic helmet seems best suited for hardcore PvP and PvE activities with revival. There are allies nearby after being revived an overshield.
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