If you played Destiny, you may be familiar with Xur, the weekly Exotic item merchant. In Destiny 2, he’s back, and he now appears all over the map. This week, you can find Xur on Nessus, standing on Calus’ barge in the Watcher’s Grave.
Xur’s inventory this week consists of the following:
- The Wardcliff Coil, Rocket Launcher: 29 Legendary Shards
- The Sixth Coyote, Chest Armor: 23 Legendary Shards
- ACD/0 Feedback Fence, Titan Gauntlets: 23 Legendary Shards
- Nezarec’s Sin, Warlock helmet: 23 Legendary Shards
- Isochronal Engram: 97 Legendary Shards
- Invitation quest: 9 Legendary Shards
Xur’s inventory caps out at 731 if you’re 750. He also offers specific rolls on each armor piece each week, giving out different perks for the same pieces.
THE WARDCLIFF COIL
The Wardcliff Coil is one of the most fun and unique guns in Destiny 2. Its first exotic perk is Mad Scientist, which causes the Wardcliff Coil to fire a volley of rockets. The secondary perk, Mechanized Autoloader, automatically reloads the magazine when the user walks over heavy ammo.
This rocket launcher is hard to aim, requiring some kind of strange sweeping motion to aim the rockets where you want them to land. But the effort is worth it, and the Catalyst for Wardcliff will tighten the spread if you get lucky enough to pick it up. In Nightfalls and Public Events, the Wardcliff Coil can decimate groups of enemies in an instant. If you don’t have this gun, pick it up before Xur goes away this week.
THE SIXTH COYOTE
The Sixth Coyote is an Exotic chest piece from from Forsaken. Its Exotic perk is Double Dodge, which is exactly what it sounds like; Hunter players can hold two stacks of their class ability: dodge.
This could be a great chest piece if you’re under leveled. If you just need to go invisible and resurrect your allies more often, this is a great piece of gear to pair with Nightstalker.
This chest piece is one Void Energy and comes with 47 total stats.
ACD/0 FEEDBACK FENCE
The Titan exotics are the ACD/0 Feedback Fence. These gauntlets have the exotic perk Fury Conductors, which causes melee kills to build up energy. When you get hit with a melee attack, you release that energy in an explosion. Feedback Fence got a buff earlier this year, making them pretty useful in the Crucible. While there are plenty of other good Crucible options for Titans, don’t let these completely slip past your gaze.
These Gauntlets are one Arc Energy and come with 48 total stats.
Nezarec’s Sin isn’t a particularly exciting Warlock helmet, but it’s very good. The main perk is Abyssal Extractors, which causes Void damage kills to recharge your ability energy. Boring but effective. This includes void damage from your subclass and from your energy or power weapons. If you play Voidwalker ever or have a Void Uriel’s Gift that you use all the time, pick up this great helmet.
The helmet is a one Void Energy piece of gear and comes with 48 total stats.
If you haven’t completed the Invitation quest yet, Xur is still offering it for nine Legendary Shards.