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Destiny 2 players are not happy with possible re-skinned Lightfall weapons from Shadowkeep
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Destiny 2 players are not happy with possible re-skinned Lightfall weapons from Shadowkeep

Bungie has officially announced new weapons and armor pieces for the Destiny 2 Lightfall expansion. Interested players can head to the official page for Lightfall, and look for all the gears presented in their recent trailer showcase. However, there seem to be mixed feelings amongst the community regarding the looks. The line-up of teased weapons for Lightfall includes Grenade Launcher, Sniper Rifle, Pulse Rifle, Fusion Rifle, and Hand Cannon. Upon close inspection, however, the community pointed out the eerie similarities between these gear pieces and the ones from Shadowkeep. Re-skinned weapons have always been a part of Destiny 2 arsenal, where Bungie uses a Faction narrative to design different weapons with the same design. Destiny 2 community upset over re-skinned d...
Destiny 2 Commemoration god roll guide for PvE and PvP (2023) 
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Destiny 2 Commemoration god roll guide for PvE and PvP (2023) 

Bungie's sudden implementation of deepsight drops with the Destiny 2 Deep Stone Crypt loot pool has made weapons more viable. Across six Legendary weapons to choose from, some of the Raid-exclusive gears have also seen additional perks introduced in The Witch Queen expansion. However, the following article focuses on one particular weapon from the Raid, which is called Commemoration. It is a Void Adaptive Framed Machine Gun, which fires at 450 RPM. Additionally, players can acquire enhanced versions of any perks after leveling it up due to the weapon's craftable nature. Disclaimer: This article is subjective and relies solely on the writer's opinion. Best perk combinations on Commemoration Machine Gun for Destiny 2 PvE and PvP 1) Usage and how to get the weapon P...
How to get Bump in the Night Rocket Launcher in Destiny 2
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How to get Bump in the Night Rocket Launcher in Destiny 2

Rocket Launchers have made quite the name in the current Destiny 2 sandbox. Players can efficiently deal more than enough damage to bosses by pairing the weapon type with Gjallarhorn since Wolfpack Rounds can significantly increase the numbers. Bump in the Night, an Aggressive Framed Rocket Launcher from Season of the Haunted, is considered one of the most potent weapons in its archetype. Since the archetype itself is pretty tough to obtain, this weapon is available from the Crown of Sorrow vendor in the HELM. The following article will guide you through the process of acquiring the weapon, as you will need to have five deepsight patterns to make it craftable. Destiny 2 Bump in the Night Rocket Launcher: How to get, god rolls, and more 1) The fastest way to obtain Since Bu...
All 12 Security Drone locations in Destiny 2 Operation Seraph’s Shield 
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All 12 Security Drone locations in Destiny 2 Operation Seraph’s Shield 

Destiny 2 Operation Seraph's Shield is not just about acquiring the newest Exotic, as Bungie has hidden a lot of stuff behind puzzles. One of the primary puzzles comes in the form of Security Drones that can be found scattered across multiple locations. Typically, 12 of them are located within the mission tileset. Players should note that the 12 Drones mentioned in this article are time-gated, but are accessible via specific exploits. For this, a Sword with Eager Edge or a Fallen Guillotine needs to be equipped. Most of these Drones are locked behind lasers, and players will need to bypass them by performing a heavy Sword attack right in front. Titan's different bashes with three elemental subclasses can work here as well. The video given above might provide a clea...