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Destiny 2 Xur location and items, June 14-17

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Head to Nessus for some Exotics

Destiny 2 Xur

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, Xur is in a new spot. You can find Xur hanging out on Calus’ barge in the Watcher’s Grave.

Xur’s inventory this week consists of the following:

  • The Queenbreaker, Arc linear fusion rifle: 29 Legendary Shards
  • Knucklehead Radar, Hunter helmet: 23 Legendary Shards
  • ACD/0 Feedback Fence, Titan gauntlets: 23 Legendary Shards
  • Geomag Stabilizers, Warlock boots: 23 Legendary Shards
  • Fated Engram: 97 Legendary Shards
  • Invitation quest: 9 Legendary Shards

Xur’s inventory likely 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 Queenbreaker

The Queenbreaker is a new Exotic from Destiny 2: Forsaken, and is a remake of the Queenbreaker’s Bow Exotic from Destiny. It’s an Arc linear fusion rifle with a choice between two kinds of zooms. The Marksman Sights increase charge time, zoom, and damage. The Combat Sights reduce charge time and increases Handling. The Exotic perk is Wire Rifling, which causes the bolts from the gun to blind targets.

The Queenbreaker is very powerful in any PvP environment. Even with the Combat Sights, it can quickly kill a Guardian in a single shot from far away. In PvE, this weapon is decent, but far down on the Exotic heavy weapon food chain. You should pick up The Queenbreaker if you don’t have it yet.

Knucklehead Radar

Knucklehead Radar is a powerful PvP Hunter helmet. Its exotic perk, Upgraded Sensor Pack, will constantly provide you with a radar, even while aiming down sites. This is a great helmet in PvP or Trials, where your radar is extremely important. However, the MIDA Multi-Tool and Ace of Spades have a similar perk, which could make the helmet redundant. For that reason, it’s not as powerful as something like Foetracer. If you don’t have this helmet yet, pick it up and keep it with you for PvP emergencies.

This week’s roll:

Slot 1: Light Reactor, Ashes to Assets, Precision Weapon Targeting

Slot 2: Grenade launcher reserves, special ammo finder

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.

This week’s roll:

Slot 1: Fastball, Kinetic weapon loader, Power weapon loader

Slot 2: Grenade launcher scavenger, Heavy ammo finder

Geomag Stabilizers

Geomag Stabilizers are new Exotic boots from Destiny 2: Forsaken. Its Exotic perk is Close Enough, which recharges your Chaos Reach Super when you sprint as long as you’re at about 90% energy. Damaging enemies with Chaos Reach also extends the duration. This is a fantastic Warlock Exotic. If you don’t have them yet, make sure to pick these up.

This week’s roll:

Slot 1: Dynamo, Kinetic dexterity, oversize weapon dexterity

Slot 2: Primary ammo finder, special ammo finder

Invitation

If you haven’t completed the Invitation quest yet, Xur is still offering it for nine Legendary Shards.