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Infusion is a gear upgrade system in Destiny 2. It’s slightly different from the one in the previous games, just enough to confuse a number returning players. The addition of legendary mods complicates things further. It’s really useful, though, so it’s important to get to know it before you hit the final stages of the power level grind. We’ve written this guide to help you get to know the Destiny 2 infusion & legendary mods.

Destiny 2 Infusion & Legendary Mods – How to Infuse Gear

How to infuse gear in Destiny 2?

In order to enhance an item using infusion, it has to be either legendary (purple) or exotic (yellow). The system works by destroying another weapon and transferring its power onto the one you want to improve. There are several limitations, though:

  • The item you’re improving has to be at a lower power level than the item you’re infusing it with.
  • If it’s armor, both have to be for the same class. You can’t infuse Titan armor with Warlock gear.
  • If it’s a weapon, both have to be of the same type. Hand cannons can only be infused with other
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Destiny 2 Legendary Mods are rare items that affect your weapons and armor. They can add different types of damage and give other effects, as well as boost your overall Power Level. There’s a few methods of obtaining Legendary mods; some of them more reliable than others. It can get a little confusing. So, to clear a few things up, we’ve made this guide on how to get Legendary Mods in Destiny 2. We hope it helps you out.

Destiny 2 How to Get Legendary Mods

Destiny 2 Legendary Mods – How to Acquire Them?

There are several ways to get Destiny 2 Legendary Mods. The first possible route is Infusion. Always inspect the exotic gear you get. Often times, you’ll see that they have a Legendary Mod already inserted. If it has the mod you want, even if the gear itself is lower Light level than you’d want, you should keep it. Infuse the modded gear with something else that has a higher Light level. You’ll keep the mod and have a more powerful piece of gear. Be advised, this doesn’t work the other way around. If you try to infuse another weapon with a modded

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