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Bungie has responded to the problem of Xur selling Wavesplitter, the gun that’s a timed PlayStation 4 exclusive, to people that are playing on Xbox One and PC. When they deploy a fix, those on PC and Xbox One that have managed to obtain the gun will get to keep it, but won’t be able to use it until it becomes available to everyone in September.

Destiny 2 Xur Sold PS4-Exclusive Weapon to PC & Xbox Players

Yes, indeed, it would seem that the good folks over at Bungie have made a bit of a boo-boo. It would appear that, due to some issue, Xur has been selling the Wavesplitter gun. This wouldn’t have been much of an issue, except for the fact that the Wavesplitter was supposed to be a timed exclusive for the PlayStation 4 crowd. People playing on PC and Xbox One were to get access to it in September. That’s when Bungie meant for the Wavesplitter to enter the general Exotic pool for all to have the chance to earn.

Of course, Bungie has responded to the situation fairly quickly. Cozmo of Bungie wrote a post on the Destiny 2 forum, saying that they’re investigating the

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Prime Sets are new armor sets you can earn in Destiny 2. You can get the Prime Sets by playing Gambit during the Season of the Drifter. However, nothing is ever as simple as that. To get the Season of the Drifter Prime Sets in Destiny 2, you’ll have to earn a Synthesizer, and grind for Synths. And those are just the first steps. All that said, here’s our Destiny 2 How to Get Prime Armor Sets in Season of the Drifter guide to show you how to obtain the Prime Sets, how to get the Synths and a Synthesizer, how to craft Motes and how to bank them, etc.

Destiny 2 How to Get Prime Armor Sets in Season of the Drifter

How to Get Season of the Drifter Prime Sets in Destiny 2?

To get the Prime Sets in Destiny 2 Season of the Drifter, the first step is to get a Synthesizer. This is an item that you’ll get from The Drifter after completing your first Gambit Prime match as a contract. Pretty simple stuff. This item, which you can find in the inventory, is what will produce the Prime Sets, but we’re getting to that. The

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Thorn is an exotic hand cannon in Destiny 2. If you’ve played the previous game, you might remember it as one of the fan favorites. It has made a return, and it’s still as good looking as ever, at least. It has a perk that lets bullets pierce targets and poison them, dealing damage over time. This guide will show you how to get Destiny 2 Thorn exotic hand cannon by breaking down the Independent Study quest line for you.

Destiny 2 Thorn Exotic Hand Cannon Quest – Independent Study

Note: Thorn isn’t in the game yet. It’s supposed to be relased on March 12th, and all the info here comes courtesy of Destiny’s countless data miners.

How to get Thorn in Destiny 2?

You’ll start the quest by getting A Melted Hunk of Metal. Once you bring it to the gunsmith at the tower, the real fun starts. For the first step, he’ll ask you to gather Hardonic Essence. You can do this by completing bounties on Io, killing Warlocks in the Crucible or completing Nightfall strikes. That last one is the most efficient, but it’s also the hardest.

The second step requires you to find Plasteel Plating. To

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Gambit Prime is a new PvPvE mode in Destiny 2. It’s like regular Gambit, only beefed up. There are various differences, but the core remains the same – two teams fight against onslaughts of enemies, all the while trying to sabotage each other by invading and disrupting the other team. If you’re having trouble with the new mechanics or the new Primeval boss, this guide will offer you some Destiny 2 Gambit Prime tips & tricks, to help you out.

Destiny 2 Gambit Prime Tips & Tricks – How to Kill Primeval

There’s only one stage in Gambit Prime, which means you’ll have to work faster and be more in tune with your teammates. Blockers’ power has been increased, and they can allow you to drain motes from the enemy team, provided at least two are active. The blockers themselves have been changes as well – the small is now a Taken Goblin, the medium is a Fallen Captain and the large is a Taken Knight. Once you’ve collected 100 motes, the boss will appear.

How to kill Gambit Prime Primeval boss?

When the boss first appears, it will have a shield. You’ll need to kill the two Envoys (Taken

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The Reckoner Title is a new thing you can earn in Destiny 2 during the Season of the Drifter. Getting the Season of the Drifter Reckoner title involves a lot of playing Gambit Prime and The Reckoning. You’ll have a lot of grinding to do. You’ll have to win matches, perform different feats with auras on, the works. With all of that said, here’s our Destiny 2 Reckoner Title Season of the Drifter Requirements – How to Get guide to show you what you need to do to earn the Reckoner Title in Season of the Drifter. Be forewarned; it’s not gonna be a cakewalk.

Destiny 2 Reckoner Title Season of the Drifter Requirements – How to Get

How to Meet Reckoner Title Requirements in Destiny 2 Season of the Drifter?

To meet the requirements for the Reckoner title in Destiny 2 Season of the Drifter, you’ll have to grind Gambit Prime quite a lot. You’ll have to win a number of them, as well as perform a ton of actions while sporting different auras. There’s a lot to get through, so let’s just jump into it, shall we?

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