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Destiny 2: Shadowkeep brought several new weapons with its release. You can earn these weapons by gathering and completing their respective essences from activities on the moon, or by killing certain Nightmare Hunt bosses when they’re available for the week. Here’s a look at each weapon, and what I personally consider the best possible roll for them. 1.) A FINE MEMORIAL This weapon is in a weird spot. It comes with Surrounded, but machine guns are exactly the type of weapon you don’t want to use when you’re right next to a lot of enemies. There’s nothing to write home

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The Season of the Drifter brought with it new weapons rewarded from both of its two new Playlists; Gambit Prime and The Reckoning. You can earn a chance at the curated rolls of these weapons by completing specific tasks in Gambit Prime itself. We are starting our review of these weapons with the new Sub-Machine Gun, the Bug-Out Bag. Grab and Go You can earn this specific roll of the weapon by defeating High Value Targets in Gambit Prime. Alternatively, you can also complete a Tier Two Reckoning for a chance at both the curated and random rolls on this

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One of the effects of the move to fixed weapon rolls in Destiny 2 is that, in theory, it levels the Crucible playing field. There are – in theory – countless Kinetic/Energy weapon combinations with which a Crucible combatant can achieve success, without depending on a randomly-granted perk. However, in every FPS, there will always be what’s considered the “meta” or ‘best’ loadout, and Destiny 2 is no exception. Although we’ve only made it a few weeks since launch day, the dust in Lord Shaxx’s prized arena has already begun to settle, and there appear to be some weapons that stand above others. Big thanks to Reddit contributor u/Mercules904, whose Massive Breakdowns are the stuff of legend.


Nameless Midnight

This Scout Rifle is perhaps the best example of a weapon that looks mediocre on paper but feels great to use. Despite its average statistics, everything about this weapon clicks: the sights, the feel, the sound, the rate of fire, and the intrinsic explosive rounds combine to make Nameless Midnight a Kinetic weapon that’s as satisfying to use in the Crucible as it is in PvE content.

Part of that is because this weapon sports a very forgiving body shot

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