Xur has returned for another weekend in Destiny 2 with a couple of Year Two Exotics you might need to fill out your collection. And with the first Iron Banner of the Season of Opulence kicking off next week, one is especially handy–provided you’re not using a sniper rifle to chase the new Crucible Pinnacle weapon like literally everyone else. Here’s where to find Xur and a rundown of what he’s selling.
Like last week, Xur is once again on Nessus. You’ll find him on Calus’s golden barge, standing near all those glittering treasure chests filled with Imperials. His big offer is the Forsaken linear fusion rifle The Queenbreaker, which fires powerful bolts of arc energy great for popping the heads of your Guardian adversaries in the Crucible or when invading in Gambit and Gambit Prime.
On the armor side, Warlocks have access to a second Year Two Exotic this week: Geomag Stabilizers, a pair of boots that extend the duration of your Chaos Reach Super when you’re dealing damage with it. Sprinting can also top off your Super energy if it’s near full to get you blasting away with Chaos Reach more quickly. For Hunters, there’s Knucklehead Radar, a helmet that maintains your radar even when aiming down sights. It’s very handy for Crucible as well, providing a more detailed radar readout when you crouch. Finally, Titans can snag the ACD/0 Feedback Fence gauntlets, which store energy when you make melee kills and release it in an explosion if you take damage from a melee attack.
Xur Exotics For June 14-18
- The Queenbreaker (Exotic linear fusion rifle) — 29 Legendary Shards
- ACD/0 Feedback Fence (Exotic Titan gauntlets) — 23 Legendary Shards
- Knucklehead Radar (Exotic Hunter helmet) — 23 Legendary Shards
- Geomag Stabilizers (Exotic Warlock leg armor) — 23 Legendary Shards
If Xur’s inventory doesn’t interest, you can also buy a Fated Engram, if you can afford it. Dropping 97 Legendary Shards on the item will grant you one Year One Exotic you don’t already have for that character. Xur also offers the Five of Swords challenge card for free, which allows you to add difficulty modifiers that increase your score in Nightfall runs.
And if you haven’t finished all of Xur’s Invitations of the Nine from the Season of the Drifter, you can snag one of those as well. The bounty was new in Season of the Drifter, dispensing Powerful gear rewards, a bit of story about the Nine and the Drifter, and a lore drop.