It’s that time again folks for another edition of “Where is Xur, and what is he selling?” This weekend, October 4th-8th, Xur is over the Watcher’s Grave landing zone on Nessus, so spawn in and make your way towards him. Take a look below to see what exotics Xur is selling this week in Destiny 2.
What is Xur selling this weekend?
- Isochronal Engram – 97 Legendary Shards
- The Wardcliff Coil (Rocket Launcher) – 29 Legendary Shards
- ADC/0 Feedback Fence (Gauntlets) for Titan Class – 23 Legendary Shards
- The Sixth Coyote (Chest Armor) for Hunter Class – 23 Legendary Shards
- Nezarec’s Sin (Helmet) for Warlock Class – 23 Legendary Shards
- Three of Coins – 31 Legendary Shards
- Invitation Quest– 9 Legendary Shards
Weapon: The Wardcliff Coil
A difficult weapon to use but it can be fun at times. The Wardcliff Coil Rocket Launcher comes with two perks. The first one, Mad Scientists, causes the weapon to fire a volley of rockets. The second perk, Mechanized Autoloader, automatically reloads the weapon whenever you walk over heavy ammo.
Titan Gear: ACD/0 Feedback Fence
The main perk, Fury Conductors, builds up explosive energy with melee kills and when you’re struck by a melee, that stored up energy gets released in an explosion causing the enemy damage. It’s not the greatest exotic for the Titan, but it’s something. Easier to save your shards than spending them if you don’t need this gear.
Hunter Gear: The Sixth Coyote
The Sixth Coyote’s perk Double Dodge is pretty self-explanatory. You’re able to stack up your dodge ability. It’s an ok exotic if you have use for it, otherwise, you can add it to your collection.
Warlock Gear: Nezarec’s Sin
This isn’t the first time this exotic has been offered by Xur, but nonetheless, it’s still around to stay. If you run Void subclass and have this helmet, you’ll like the main perk, Abyssal Extractors, which causes Void damage kills to recharge your energy.
Be sure to join us next week for another edition of “Where is Xur, and what is he selling?”
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