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Spring has sprung, and Eva Levante has returned to the Tower! This time, Eva has brought along a plethora of gorgeous decorations, plants, and flowers, as well as a new activity, The Verdant Forest, which is a revamped version of The Haunted Forest from the Festival of the Lost last year. There are new triumphs and armor sets to unlock, as well as the exotic linear fusion rifle Arbalest, which I’ll go over later. Over all, this post will serve as a summary of the Revelry event. Upon loading in to the Tower, I recommend your first step is to

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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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Shin Malphur, the famous “Man with the Golden Gun,” killer of Dredgen Yor in the battle at Dwindler’s Ridge, has long been regarded as a hero; a champion of the Light who cannot abide even an ounce of Darkness among other Guardians. But the legend he has built for himself is no more than a façade, carefully crafted to maintain a specific appearance, below which hides a network of deception, deeper than any among the Light or Dark could have anticipated…   When viewed as he truly was, not as he is imagined, we challenge the known mythologized depiction of the

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After more than two years, Thorn, the legendary Weapon of Sorrow and former bane of the Crucible, has returned with some significant changes. Is it still worthy of its past infamy? Perks (courtesy of Mark of the Devourer: Rounds pierce targets and deal damage over time. Kills with this weapon leave behind Remnants. Soul Devourer: Absorbing a Remnant strengthens Mark of the Devourer and partially refills the magazine. Corkscrew Rifling: +5 to range, stability, and handling Accurized Rounds: +10 to range Textured Grip: -5 to stability, +15 to handling Stats:  Impact: 79 Range: 40 Stability: 59 Handling: 68 Reload

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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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