💠 This weekend you can find Xûr hanging out on the Watcher’s Grave on the Big Tree on Nessus and Trials is live on Rusted Lands this weekend. Check out the info below for a look at Xur’s Inventory, Trials info, recent news, and more!
NOTE: Bungie recently announced in the recent This Week at Bungie post that Crimson days has been discontinued and Crimson Doubles PvP has been vaulted. To read about this and changes coming to the Sandbox (weapons) check out the full article by Bungie on Bungie.net.
A peddler of strange curios, Xûr’s motives are not his own. He bows to his distant masters, the nine. (Note: Xur offers random rolls on all armor.)
Departs: Tuesday, Feb 02 @ 9 AM PST
Where is Xur? Watcher’s Grave, Nessus (The green arrow below is Xur’s location)
Exotic Armor – 23 LS (Random Rolls are available)
- Hunter: Shinobu’s Vow – Chest Armor
- Titan: Armamentarium – Chest Armor
- Warlock: Getaway Artist – Gauntlets
Exotic Weapon – 29 LS
- Graviton Lance – Pulse Rifle
- Element: Void | Type/Slot: Energy | Ammo: Primary
Exotic Engram (97 LS)
- An engram with a predestined outcome. Contains a new Exotic if any remain to be collected; otherwise, it contains a random piece of Exotic armor. This item can be purchase only once per week, per account.
Xenology Quest (No Cost)
- Complete strikes or win matches in Crucible or Gambit. Extra progress is awarded for more challenging activities and for succeeding with clanmates. Reward: Exotic Cipher Present it to Xûr or the Monument To Lost Lights to receive a reward. You can only hold 1 of this item at a time. (Available on a weekly cadence)
Arrives: Tuesday, Jan 29 @ 9 a.m. PST
Departs: Tuesday, Feb 02 @ 9 a.m. PST
- 3 Wins (Powerful): Helmet – Titan | Hunter | Warlock
- 5 Wins (Powerful): Eye of Sol – Sniper Rifle (Kinetic)
- 7 Wins (Pinnacle): The Summoner – Auto Rifle (Energy / Solar)
- Flawless (Pinnacle):
Map: Rusted Lands
Completing the Hawkmoon catalyst from the Harbinger activity will not only bring your winged weapon to its full potential but also unlock the Bungie Rewards long-sleeve shirt for purchase. This Hawkmoon inspired shirt is the latest Seasonal offering available on your Bungie Rewards page. This special Bungie Reward offer is only available to players who complete the Exotic Hawkmoon Catalyst in game by May 11, 2021 9:00 AM PST. With code, the Hawkmoon Long-Sleeve Shirt is $29.99
In recognition of your Triumph of claiming the Exotic Hawkmoon Hand Cannon, an exclusive miniature Hawkmoon collectible replica will be available for purchase. This special Bungie Reward offer is only available to players who earn the Exotic Hawkmoon Hand Cannon in game by February 9, 2021 9:00 AM PST. With code, the miniature replica is $59.99.
DESTINY 2 TWITCH PRIME DROPS
Available Now for a Limited Time for Prime members!
Graviton Lance Exotic Bundle Drop Includes:
- Graviton Lance Exotic Weapon
- Carina Nebula Exotic Weapon Ornament
- Cosmos Shell Exotic Ghost
- Avalon Courser Legendary Sparrow
If you do not have a membership, you may start your free trial here (This link supports Kyber3000 with a small commission for each sign up).
Once you have signed up, visit this page and link your Bungie.net account to start receiving your monthly gear drops. Each drop will contain four rewards, including Exotic weapons, Ghosts, ships, Sparrows, emotes, and weapon ornaments from previous Seasons.
When a drop is available, players with Twitch Prime can claim the rewards here! Once claimed, follow a visual indicator to Amanda Holliday in the Tower’s hangar. Amanda will have the rewards available in her inventory. As long as you claim the rewards on the Twitch Prime page by 10:00 AM on the last day of the drop, the gear will still be available from Amanda after the deadline.
Still have questions? Check out Bungie’s Help article with more details on how everything works.
Source: Twitch Prime
NEXT WEEK IN DESTINY!
- The final Iron Banner of the season arrives, with boosted Valor in the Crucible all week long.
- Shaxx brings Clash to the Crucible.
- The trailer for Season of the [Redacted] goes live on Feb 02, 2021!
- Only 1 weeks left before the season ends!
SEASON OF THE [REDACTED]
Begins: Tuesday, Feb 09, 2021
NOTE: The images below are of Trials armor for next season, get a look at what’s coming next Season in the new trailer coming on Feb 02, 2021 (Stay tuned to @Bungie. This will also be added to the Weekly Reset post next week)
Due to the updates to the vendor progression system, Crucible Tokens and Crucible Token Gifts are no longer needed and will be deprecated into Junk that will delete as a full stack starting in Season 13. Additionally, current Stasis Fragment Quests will be deprecated at the end of Season of the Hunt. Players are advised to turn in all Crucible Tokens and Crucible Token Gifts and finish all available Stasis Fragment Quests before Season 13 starts.
Visit Bungie.net for news, updates, and more!
News and Updates
- Jan 28: This Week at Bungie – Challenged Anew
- Jan 21: This Week at Bungie – The Hawk is Back!
- Jan 19: Update 3.0.2 – The One About Shatterdive
- Season of the Hunt Website | Season of the Hunt Guide
- Beyond Light Guide | Beyond Light Support
- Beyond Light (+ Future Content) | Official Beyond Light Website
- Destiny 2 Dev Update – Rewards (Includes Important Info about Year 4)
- Destiny 2 Known Issues | Report Issues to the #Help forum
- Destiny Content Vault (DCV) Info via TWAB | Content Vault Guide
- Find a Fireteam | Destiny 2: New Player Guide | Cross Save
Here’s a look at what’s sticking around from Season of the Hunt until the end of Year 4.
- Story missions will be able to be launched from a node in the Director.
- Wrathborn Hunts
- Adored quest will continue to be available.
- Crow’s vender screen on Tangled Shore.
- Hawkmoon Exotic quest and Master activity.
- Seasonal Seal and Warden Title.
- Seasonal Seal must still be earned by the deadline on the Bungie Rewards page. Due to an issue blocking the Triumph we will be adjusting this deadline.
Here are a few things that will no longer be available at the end of the Season:
- Crow’s Bounties
- Messages from the Field
- Seasonal Artifact
- Season Pass
Bungie stated that shifting to keep more of this content around after the Season ended has created some weirdness for Season of the Hunt, which was initially designed assuming the old model. This is why Crow was still hanging around in Spider’s lair right after being unceremoniously kicked out earlier in the Season. You may see other anomalies involving Crow in Season 13 as he’ll be moving to a new destination while also remaining on the Tangled Shore to enable Season of the Hunt content tied to his inventory. Season 13 should avoid these rough edges as its content has been designed from the outset to remain throughout Year 4.
Here is some information from Bungie regarding Season Challenges:
Over the last year, Bungie has been looking at ways in which they can reduce the amount of FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) in Destiny 2. They have recently made some changes to Seasons and how Seasonal content is available throughout a given year of Destiny 2. This week, they are looking to bounties and Bright Dust, introducing a new system not only to remove FOMO, but give fresh ways to earn XP and alternate rewards.
During production of Beyond Light, Bungie (Dev Team) started looking at the problems of bounty fatigue and FOMO, as well as Seasonal legibility (i.e., “What is in a Season?” and “How to I engage with it when I log in?”). They created a few goals which they believe will improve the experience:
- Provide a guide to new, returning, and veteran players for what to do today/this week.
- Guide the player through the Seasonal content, week-over-week.
- Encourage players to engage with complexities and nuances of the Seasonal activity and rituals.
- Reduce the penalties on XP and Bright Dust for missing a given week.
To solve these goals, Bungie is introducing a new pursuit type for players – Seasonal Challenges. The Seasonal Challenges live on their own page, are accessed through the Quest Log or Season Pass, and are separated by week.
Here’s a quick breakdown of how this feature works:
- Every week, for the first 10 weeks of a Season, between 3 and 10 new Challenges appear automatically for players.
- Some of the Challenges deal with the Seasonal content.
- Others push players to complete strikes, Gambit, and the Crucible, or to focus on non-activity focused Destiny rituals, like gaining Power, unlocking Seasonal Artifact mods, or improving guns and armor.
- These Challenges can only be completed once per account, but once they become available, these Challenges can be completed at any time before the end of the Season, and do not need to be started or picked up from a vendor.
- As an example, if a player doesn’t play for weeks 2 through 4, they can return on week 5 and have all of those Challenges waiting for them!
- Completing each Challenge awards XP, contributing to your Season Pass ranks.
- Other rewards could be Bright Dust, Seasonal currency, or other interesting items!
In moving away from weekly bounties, which were restricted to broad objectives tied to ritual activities, Bungie has taken more leeway with creating some interesting or more difficult Challenges. These may be things you are already doing, or things that test your ability. Some examples include:
- Defeating Primeval Envoys in Gambit
- Defeating enemies in Nightfall: The Ordeal with Seasonal weapons
- Gaining Infamy or Valor ranks
- Acquiring the ritual weapon and its cosmetic ornaments
- Winning rounds in Trials of Osiris
- Completing a Grandmaster Nightfall
Not all the Challenges will require that level of accomplishment, but the harder or longer the Challenge is, the more experience it rewards. Challenges that focus on the Seasonal activity and ritual mostly need the Season Pass to complete, but most of the ritual focused Challenges can be completed without the Season Pass. Overall, roughly 60% of the Seasonal Challenges do not require the Season Pass.
With the changes above, Bungie is removing weekly bounties from the three ritual vendors (Zavala, Shaxx, and Drifter), Banshee-44, and the Seasonal vendor. These vendors will still have daily bounties which reward XP, and the three ritual vendors will still have repeatable bounties for those of you who want to pursue additional XP and Bright Dust.
Lastly – most of the Challenges disappear after the Season they were introduced, and anything that isn’t claimed will be lost. Bungie will not add any new Challenges after Week 10 – which should give everyone a few weeks to clean up any Challenges they didn’t finish. Any Challenge that rewards unique or Seasonal items (currencies, lore books, Seasonal weapons, etc.) – can be completed as long as the Seasonal activity is in the game, but XP awarded for completing the challenge will only be available during the season it was introduced.
About Bright Dust
Back before Beyond Light launched, Bungie discussed some of the goals around the changes to Bright Dust. As a refresher, they wanted to change the way you earn Bright Dust and move more towards account-specific paths to give players with only one character significantly more Bright Dust than they’ve been earning over the last year. In Season 13, Bungie will be continuing to move toward these goals by adding Bright Dust onto Seasonal Challenges.
Since you no longer have to purchase weekly ritual bounties, each of the strike, Crucible, and Gambit Seasonal Challenges will award between 75 and 300 Bright Dust. Bungie is also introducing an end-of-Season Bright Dust bonus – if you complete (nearly) all of the Seasonal Challenges, we are awarding a single 4,000 Bright Dust pile.
Additionally, each ritual vendor challenge (“Complete 8 bounties”) awards 120 Bright Dust for each character who completes it each week. And because this is prompted by the removal of weekly bounties, the only Seasonal Challenges that will be awarding Bright Dust are the ones that both Season Pass owners and free players can complete. Here’s a quick breakdown of how much Bright Dust you should expect to earn over the course of Season 13.
Seasonal Challenges Bright Dust (All Players)
- Free Seasonal Activities – 6,000
- Seasonal Extra – 4,000
- Total – 10,000 Bright Dust
Season Pass Bright Dust
- Free Path – 7,500 (All Players)
- Paid Path – 3,000 (Players who own Season Pass)
- Total – 10,500 Bright Dust
Weekly Ritual Vendor Challenge Bright Dust (All Players)
- 120 Bright Dust per ritual vendor, per character, per week
- 14,040 total if completing all required weekly Challenges over the course of Season 13
Additionally, Bungie still plans to offer weekly and repeatable Bright Dust bounties for Seasonal events, giving you a bit more Bright Dust towards desired rewards. As a final note, please be sure to claim all Seasonal Challenges that award Bright Dust prior to the end of a Season. Once a Season ends, associated Challenges and their Bright Dust rewards will expire and can no longer be claimed.
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