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Welcome back, Guardians! It’s Friday. You know what that means; the return of Xur, Agent of the Nine and Exotic vendor. Early signs point to Xur being on Io this week, hiding in that area of the Giant’s Scar he loves so much. Let’s see what he’s got for us. For 29 Legendary Shards, Xur carries: Hard Light An Exotic Auto Rifle dating back to the early days of Destiny 1, Hard Light is currently a force to be reckoned with in the Trials of Osiris. Omolon packed this gun full of tricks, then Bungie gave it a buff and

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Like clockwork, Xur, the Exotic-hoarding Agent of the Nine, has returned for another weekend. This week, reports show Xur at the EDZ, in the Winding Cove area. Let’s see what tracking him down gets us this time. This week, for 29 Legendary Shards, Xur carries: The Huckleberry The Huckleberry is an Exotic Submachine Gun that trades control for power, thanks to Ride the Bull, its Exotic perk. Ride the Bull gives you more power the longer you hold the trigger down, at the cost of far less accuracy. It also gives you a partial ammo refund on kill. Pick it

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Greetings, Guardians! Welcome back! Xur is hanging out in the back hangar of the Tower this week, ready to shower us in sweet, sweet Exotics. What gifts from the Nine is he giving? Read on. This week, for 29 Legendary Shards, Xur carries: Coldheart Worry no more, collectors; Xur is finally selling Coldheart again. This Exotic Trace Rifle was originally a pre-order bonus before Curse of Osiris dropped, so a lot of unlucky people probably haven’t had access to it. Think of it a bit as the ice to Prometheus Lens’ fire. Coldheart’s Exotic perk, Cold Fusion, lets you fire

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Seraph tower is a new public event in Destiny 2. It’s part of the new season’s story line, and it’s rather impenetrable for a lot of folks. There’s a central tower that doesn’t move, other towers that pop up and disappear around it, a percentage counter that doesn’t go up and a timer that does go down. It’s not a pretty sight. If you’re confused by this new activity, this guide will show you how to complete Seraph Tower public event in Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 Seraph Tower Public Event – How to Complete

How does the Seraph tower public event work?

The big, immovable tower is the eponymous Seraph Tower – the one you’re supposed to power. In order to do this, you’ll have to defend the smaller towers that pop up all around the place. When you successfully defend one, it’ll drop eight orbs – throw them all at the glowing orb gliding between the two towers on a beam of light, and it’ll move towards the central tower. If your defense is anything less than stellar, you’ll only get two orbs.

This means all your efforts have to be concentrated on defending the pulsing towers that pop

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Legendary lost sectors are a new activity in Destiny 2. Despite the name, they have absolutely nothing to do with regular lost sectors. Driven by this clear attempt at subterfuge on Bungie’s part, a lot of folks have been wondering how to start legendary lost sectors in Destiny 2, since nothing they tried in regular ones made any kind of difference.

How to Start Legendary Lost Sector in Destiny 2

Destiny 2 legendary lost sector

Once again, legendary lost sectors aren’t actually related to regular lost sectors. Like you, we tried going to the latter ones, looking for a way to make them legendary. Time and energy wasted, never to be regained. However, we did learn the truth in the end, no thanks to Bungie.

Legendary lost sectors are actually adventures, but they are inaccessible until you’ve activated the Seraph bunkers. This is done by following the quest line from the new season – as soon as you buy an upgrade in the EDZ bunker, it’ll light up, allowing you to feed it chipsets in order to raise the rank, and unlocking the computer terminal to the left of the bunch of hanging screens. If you interact with the terminal,

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