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Here’s what the iconic Vault of Glass weapons look like in Destiny 2

Here’s all the different perk combinations for the Vault of Glass’ infamous arsenal

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Destiny 2’s Season of the Splicer is here, and it’s resurrecting the series’ original raid: The Vault of Glass. The Vault of Glass raid originally debuted in 2014 and will come with all of the mechanics folks remember from the original, plus some minor quality of life improvements. But most importantly, the Vault of Glass will add most of its original arsenal to Destiny 2, including fan-favorite weapons like Fatebringer and Vision of Confluence.

While the Vault of Glass and its opening area on Venus won’t appear in Destiny 2 until May 22, many of the weapon’s files are already in Season of the Splicer. Thanks to database resources like, we’re able to pull up not only what the iconic raid weapons look like but their potential perk roles as well.

Here’s everything we know about the Vault of Glass’ loot.


Destiny 2 Fatebringer model
The infamous Fatebringer, resurrected for Destiny 2
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Fatebringer is a Legendary 140 RPM Adaptive Frame hand cannon. It deals Kinetic damage and uses primary ammo.

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Praedyth’s Revenge

Destiny 2 Praedyth’s Revenge
The Praedyth’s Revenge sniper rifle
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Praedyth’s Revenge is a Legendary 140 RPM Rapid-Fire Frame sniper rifle. It deals Kinetic damage and uses special ammo.

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Vision of Confluence

Destiny 2 Vision of Confluence
The Vision of Confluence scout rifle
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Vision of Confluence is a Legendary 180 RPM Precision Frame scout rifle. It deals Solar damage and uses primary ammo.

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Found Verdict

Destiny 2 Found Verdict
The Found Verdict shotgun
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Found Verdict is a Legendary 55 RMP Aggressive Frame shotgun. It deals Arc damage and uses special ammo.

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Corrective Measure

Destiny 2 Corrective Measure
The Corrective Measure light machine gun
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Corrective Measure is a Legendary 450 RPM Adaptive Frame machine gun. It deals Void damage and uses Heavy ammo.

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Hezen Vengeance

Destiny 2 Hezen Vengeance
The Hezen Vengeance rocket launcher
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Hezen Vengeance is a Legendary 25 RPM Aggressive Frame rocket launcher. It deals Solar damage and uses Heavy ammo.

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Vex Mythoclast

Destiny 2 Vex Mythoclast
The Vault of Glass’ Exotic, Vex Mythoclast
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Vex Mythoclast is an Exotic 360 RPM fusion rifle. It deals Solar damage and uses Primary ammo.

Vex Mythoclast’s intrinsic Exotic perk is Timeless Mythoclast, which causes it to fire a single bolt when players pull the trigger. Being a 360 RPM rifle, it fires more like an auto rifle than a fusion rifle.

Its secondary perk is Temporal Unlimiter, which causes Guardians to gather Overcharge charges when killing enemies. Players can then swap the firing mode (likely by holding the reload button) to turn Vex Mythoclast into a linear fusion rifle. In this mode, players need to charge shots, but they presumably do much more damage. Linear fusion rifles can typically kill enemy Guardians in a single headshot.

Vex Mythoclast also has an Exotic Catalyst, which gives the gun more stability when it has Overcharge charges.

Timelost weapons

Destiny 2 Timelost Fatebringer
The Timelost version of Fatebringer
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In addition to the standard Vault of Glass weapons, also displays a Timelost version of every weapon. These weapons are visually silver, but are identical in every other way to their base versions.

It seems likely that these Timelost weapons are actually the Adept versions of the Vault of Glass weapons. In a blog earlier this year, assistant game director Joe Blackburn said that Adept versions of raid and dungeon gear would launch alongside the Master Vault of Glass difficulty.

Adept weapons for Strikes and Trials have special mod slots that allow players to increase a weapon’s stats directly. Timelost weapons will likely work very similarly.

Missing weapons

If you’re an original Destiny player, you may notice three missing weapons from the Destiny 2 version of the Vault of Glass: the Praedyth’s Timepiece pulse rifle, Atheon’s Epilogue auto rifle, and Praetorian Foil fusion rifle.

As far as we know, these weapons will not appear in the Destiny 2 version of the Vault of Glass. While it’s possible that there’s simply an issue with the API database, it seems more likely that Bungie cut the remaining weapons.

These weapons could eventually make their way into the game, but they likely won’t be available on May 22.

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