Destiny 2 Xur Location Guide: Where's Xur And What Exotics Is He Selling? (October 23)

Ain't nuthin' but a Xur thang, baby.

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Now Playing: Destiny 2 Xur Location Guide: Where Is Xur And What Exotics Is He Selling? (October 20)

Like that rash you hate to see but love to scratch, Xur is back. This week, Destiny 2's shadiest salesman is hanging around on Titan and is very easy to find. Simply fire up your PS4 or Xbox One, fast travel to The Rig, and he's a hop, skip, and a jump away from you with new wares to peddle.

Take a look below and you'll find a list of all the Exotic gear Xur has to offer this week--with the usual array of one weapon and three pieces of armor (one per class). We also have images of them, so you can read up on the exact stats they have and see how they might fit into your gameplay style. Alternatively, watch the video above to see us hunt Xur down and show off his stock.

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  • Sweet Business (Auto Rifle): 29 Legendary Shards
  • Raiden Flux (Hunter Class Chest Armor): 23 Legendary Shards
  • Doom Fang Pauldron (Titan Class Gauntlets): 23 Legendary Shards
  • Winter's Guile (Warlock Class Gauntlets): 23 Legendary Shards

Destiny 2's Trials of the Nine events have been canceled for the next two weeks due to an issue with an emote bug. This is the same bug that caused the high-stepping Monty Python emote to be removed from the in-game store. Developer Bungie has said there's a fix in the works, and that the two week period without Trials of the Nine will allow the studio to test it out and prevent any exploitation of the competitive mode in the meantime.

Following Destiny 2's launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in September, the shooter comes to PC on October 24. Bungie has detailed a roadmap for the rollout of endgame activities in the PC version. At launch, players will be able to try the normal or Prestige Nightfall Strikes. A week later, the Raid will go live. For more on Destiny 2, take a look at the list of recent stories below.

Bungie has also detailed Destiny 2's winter activity, which is called The Dawning event. It includes the ability to play hockey at the Farm, and throughout Destiny 2's playable areas there will also be snowballs you can throw at enemies to do damage. Of course, there's also new gear. You can see all the details on Destiny 2's winter event here.

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