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Destiny 2: Gofannon Forge

Yesterday brought brand new content for Destiny 2’s Black Armory DLC — the Gofannon Forge on Nessus which awards the Tatara Gaze sniper rifle. It’s a fairly lengthy and questline as well and we’ve got you covered. Reactions to the previous activity, Volundr Forge, have been quite critical of Bungie’s decision to have a higher Power Level requirement. However, owing to community feedback, they actually made it a lot easier. You should definitely check out our guide on how to beat Volundr Forge because that’s actually tied to Gofannon Forge and the secrets you can uncover. Fallen Friends And Frenemies The first step to getting a whiff of Gofannon Forge is from a random drop from Fallen mobs. You might end up with a quest item asking you to find Tainted Fallen Ether. All you’ll need to do for this step is to keep killing Fallen until you obtain all the materials. Once done, you’ll be tasked to visit The Spider in the Tangled Shore. Our resident Fallen merchant will ask you to kill 75 Fallen mobs with melee attacks as well as complete the Heroic Version of the Cryo-Pod Event in Tangled Shore. Next up, you’ll have to complete a mission (Spider’s Competition) in the EDZ – Winding Cove. This acts like a walking tour of sorts for the location’s Lost Sectors. You’ll encounter several Fallen elites shielded by drones. Much like the Fallen Saboteurs and Volundr Forge boss, you’ll have to destroy those drones before you can damage them. You’ll also need to

Season of the Drifter Pinnacle W...

Three new pinnacle weapons are coming to Destiny 2: Season of the Drifter. On the site for the new season, Bungie teased details about three new Season of the Drifter Pinnacle weapons tied to strikes, the Crucible, and Gambit. Pinnacle weapons are guns with unique perks built for certain activities. Like the previous season’s pinnacle weapons, acquiring these guns will require lengthy quest lines and mastery of the given activity. The quests will be available to all players. Oxygen SR3 The Vanguard pinnacle weapon is the Oxygen SR3, and it looks to be a Omolon scout rifle. It comes with the perk Dragonfly, which causes precision kills to create an explosion. However, a unique perk on the gun makes Dragonfly deal more damage based on the number of headshots a player lands before the explosion. Bungie hasn’t detailed the quest yet, but the previous Vanguard quest asked players to get kills with a specific weapon type and complete strikes. Expect the Oxygen SR3 quest to be similar. The Recluse The Crucible pinnacle weapon is The Recluse, and looks to be a Veist submachine gun. This gun has a unique version of the Rampage perk, which usually increases weapon damage after a kill. With The Recluse, kills with any weapon increase The Recluse’s damage for a brief time. Crucible pinnacle weapons are usually the hardest to get, and involve reaching the rank of Fabled in the competitive playlist. It’s unclear if that’ll be the objective for this season, but it’s a safe bet. 21%

Izanami Forge Guide for Destiny 2

Some of the best weapons in Destiny 2 are in the Black Armory’s Forge. Bungie has hinted old content will be removed before Shadowkeep. Get in there and grab them before they’re gone. Like the first two Forges, you’ll have to complete a lengthy mission to locate the Izanami Forge. Destiny isn’t obvious in explaining how you get started. This Forge quest is much more involved than the missions to open the first two, Volundr and Gofannon. The objectives are clear, but what follows are some best practices to complete them with lest frustration and more speed. Unlocking the Izanami Forge will take you to Nessus, where you’ll fight all kinds of Vex enemies. You’ll also need to knock out several Public Events. Also few missions, and even a special version of a Strike that doesn’t include matchmaking. Get your Power level up to at least 630 in order to unlock the Izanami Forge, and possibly even higher. Also, assemble a Fireteam so you’ll have an easier time, although it is fully possible to do everything alone. Here’s how to unlock the Izanami Forge of The Black Armory and how best to get through all the steps. And check out a look at completing the Forge in action above. Get Some Vex To start the quest to access the Izanami Forge, you’ll want to head to Nessus. The quest seems to trigger when you kill Vex, much like the Gofannon Forge quest was started by killing Fallen. However, the seemingly most

The New Exotic Beyond Light Weap...

The weapons and armor you need to reach the top in Season of the Hunt. If it felt like the universe shrunk with the release of Destiny 2: Beyond Light, it’s because it did. Several planets were removed, along with a number of maps, raids, and other content. Bungie had warned us prior to the expansion that the size of the universe was just too big, and it took a considerable amount of resources just to maintain it. So, with the future of the game in mind, Bungie downsized and stuck years of content into the vault. In a genre that prides itself in the expansion of its worlds and the endless waves of content that could keep any human busy for the rest of their lives, this is probably seen as a bad thing. But in this case, is it? Bungie made it very clear that their reasoning behind it was to partition more resources to develop new and unique content in order to fuel the future of Destiny. So while Beyond Light isn’t the most expansive or robust content update, it’s the starting point for something even greater. Beyond Light is a bridge expansion that leads us into a massive amount of new content and worlds to explore. That makes it even more important to gear up and prepare for what’s to come. With 7 new exotic weapons (1 being a throwback to Destiny), and a ton of new gear, it’s more important than ever to secure your

How to Complete Garden of Salvat...

How to Complete Garden of Salvation Raid and Obtain the Divinity According to Raid Report, only 11% of all Destiny 2 players have ever completed a single raid. It’s time for you to join the exclusive club. The most recent addition to the raids of Destiny 2 is Garden of Salvation, a Vex-themed raid that was included with the Shadowkeep Expansion. Raids are 6-player cooperative missions that require high skill level and communication; these activities offer rewards that can be found nowhere else in the game. Destiny 2’s Garden of Salvation raid is quite the challenge to complete, but with this detailed guide, you’ll have a great chance to succeed and obtain the Divinity. Read on for our guide on how to complete the Destiny 2 Garden of Salvation raid and obtain the Divinity. Divinity The Divinity is an exotic trace rifle that can be earned by completing a quest and finishing the raid. This is quite a long quest, but it is worth it to get this extremely rare weapon that can decimate your opponents with a highly powerful laser. You can do the majority of this quest before completing the Garden of Salvation raid. To start the Divinity Key quest, you need to make your way to the Lunar Battlegrounds while in patrol on the Moon. In order to reach the Battlegrounds, you must go through the Alter of Sorrow and then go across a bridge opposite the Scarlet Keep entrance. Once there, you must make your way through a

Destiny 2: The Best Sniper Rifle...

The best sniper rifles in Destiny 2? Lets take a look. With over 40 different sniper rifles to choose from in Destiny 2, knowing which snipers are best for you is an important decision. Destiny 2’s Season of the Worthy is almost complete and the threats of the Darkness are as intense as ever. Bungie themselves have stated that a new war is coming and the Guardians of the Last City will need all of the best weapons possible to fight off this new threat. One of the best classes of weapons is the Sniper Rifle class and these weapons are essential in both Player vs Enemy (PvE) and Player vs Player (PvP) content. Read on to learn which sniper rifles are the best in the game. Best Sniper Rifles 101 In Destiny 2, the sniper rifles are some of the most reliable weapons with some of the highest damage in the game. The best Sniper rifles fill a niche role in dealing high damage with precision aiming. These weapons are extremely effective for taking down boss health bars in PvE content and can take out players in PvP in a single head-shot. Knowing which sniper to use in which situation is key to getting the most efficient use out of the Sniper Rifle class of weapons. As with all weapons, there are many different sniper rifles and while they all work basically the same, their minor differences can make a big change in your gameplay experience. Between different perks, mods, and stats,

Best Sidearms in the Game

There are over 50 different sidearms in the world of Destiny 2. Time to find out which one is right for you. The Season of the Worthy is in full swing in the world of Destiny 2. Now more than ever, it’s a good time to hone your skills and find your best weapons to fight off the darkness. The crew at Destiny Carries LFG has been noting the best weapons of each class during the Season of the Worthy and today, we’ll take a look at the little guns with big punches: the sidearms. When you venture into Season of the Worthy, make sure you have the best Destiny 2 Sidearms and Perks you possibly can. Read on for our complete guide on Destiny 2 sidearms. Understanding Sidearms An important concept to understand when determining which weapons to use in Destiny 2’s Season of the Worthy is where that class of weapons fit within the meta. Luckily, the Destiny 2 Sidearm class has always had a solid place in the meta throughout the years, making them one of the most reliable weapon classes in the game. Destiny 2 Sidearms fill a unique role in the game, as their primary use is to back up your main weapon. These weapons are especially useful in tight situations since their weapon swap speed is the highest of any class, especially with the Quickdraw perk. They also slot themselves as sort of a gap filler between Sub-Machine Guns and Shotguns, filling a close to mid-range role. Destiny 2

The Best Pulse Rifles in Destiny...

The Destiny 2 Season of Worthy has drawn in over 100,000 monthly users and Guardian Games is only keeping that number up. Many players have nicknamed the most recent Destiny 2 season as “Season of the Auto Rifles” due to the massive buffs and changes that Bungie made to the weapon class at the Launch of the Season of the Worthy. However, just because Auto Rifles are getting all the attention, that doesn’t mean you should sleep on the other weapon classes. In fact, we have the scoop on one of the most underrated, yet powerful, weapon classes in the game. Before you start your grind, read on to learn what the best Pulse Rifles are in Destiny 2 Season of Worthy meta, where to get them, and how. Pulse Rifles 101 Understanding where Pulse Rifles fit within the Destiny 2 meta is an important factor in determining where and when to use them, and which ones to use. The Pulse Rifle class in Destiny 2 Season of Worthy sits as a sort of bridge between the Auto Rifle and Scout Rifle classes: they hit harder than Auto Rifles, but fire slower. They also fire faster than Scout Rifles, but don’t dish out as much damage per shot. Knowing this can help you to determine when using the Pulse Rifle class is the best for whichever activity you want to grind. Another important aspect of using any Pulse Rifle is the tactics that you need to utilize while running Pulse Rifles. One of the most

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