[Last Chance] Destiny 2: Where Is Xur June 26-30? Location Of Exotic Weapons And Armor
Grab yourself some new Exotics ahead of the first Iron Banner of the Season of Arrivals.
Xur is back in the solar system in Destiny 2 for another day, offering you another chance to get new Exotic weapons and armor for your collection. Here's everything you can get from Xur and where you can find him before the weekly reset on Tuesday, June 30.
Head to the EDZ to find Xur this week, hanging out in Winding Cove region. For his weapon, Xur is offering The Colony. Hunters can pick up the Young Ahamkara's Spine gauntlets; for Titans, there's the Synthoceps gauntlets; and for Warlocks, Xur has the Phoenix Protocol chest armor. Read on for a breakdown of each item's stats and what you need to know about them.
Spawn in at the Winding Cove transmat zone and look to the north. Hop on your sparrow and drive up the road on your left to reach the cliff face bordering the area. You'll see a crashed Fallen dropship above you. Make your way up, either by climbing or using the nearby cave path, to find Xur standing beside the ship near the cliff's edge.
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Xur Exotic Items
If you don't already have it, be sure to nab Xur's weekly weapon offering, The Colony, and take it into next week's Iron Banner competition. The Exotic grenade launcher fires spider robots that track targets, chase them down, and blow them up--perfect for PvP fire-and-forget situations. As for armor, all of Xur's Exotics now comes with much higher stats than in past seasons, making them all worthy of your consideration. If you're not a fan of his other options, Xur also sells an Exotic engram that will decrypt into an Exotic you don't already own. He also has the Five of Swords challenge card, which lets you enable modifiers for Nightfall Strikes.
- Exotic Engram -- 97 legendary shards
- The Colony -- 29 legendary shards
- Young Ahamkara's Spine -- 23 legendary shards
- Synthoceps -- 23 legendary shards
- Phoenix Protocol -- 23 legendary shards
- Five of Swords -- free
The Colony is a longstanding PvP standby, and for good reason. It's the kind of gun that usually guarantees kills if you manage to snag Heavy ammo in any given match. It first robot grenades that run along the ground and climb walls to chase down targets, making them very hard to avoid--perfect for getting hard-to-chase prey.
Young Ahamkara Spine (Hunter)
Hunters who like Tripmine grenades will find a lot of utility in the Young Ahamkara Spine gauntlets. The Exotic amps your grenades significantly, making tripmines last longer and blow up bigger. If you manage to get kills with them, you get grenade energy back, as well. Tripmines can be particularly effective in PvP if you're careful with where you place them and when you use them, and with Young Ahamkara Spine, they can be pretty devastating.
- Mobility: 7
- Resilience: 11
- Recovery: 14
- Discipline: 6
- Intellect: 11
- Strength: 14
- Total: 63
Synthoceps make Titans into melee monsters, especially in dangerous situations. The gauntlets increase your melee lunge range, which is great in PvP situations, and gives you increased melee and Super damage when you're surrounded, which can be helpful just about anywhere. If you want more effective melees, give Synthoceps a try.
- Mobility: 9
- Resilience: 8
- Recovery: 14
- Discipline: 9
- Intellect: 13
- Strength: 9
- Total: 62
Phoenix Protocol (Warlock)
For Warlocks reliant on Well of Radiance in situations like raids and other high-level content, Phoenix Protocol is an Exotic you want in the regular rotation. Though it's not as powerful as it once was, the chest armor still is extremely useful for getting you more Well Supers more often. While standing in your well, you get Super energy for any kills and assists you make--which means you can get your Well back more quickly if you're wiping out a lot of enemies with your fireteam. The more Wells you can cast, the more likely you are to survive tough encounters, so you'll want this one handy for tough activities.
- Mobility: 10
- Resilience: 8
- Recovery: 15
- Discipline: 8
- Intellect: 14
- Strength: 6
- Total: 61
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