That said, normal Gambit will work just fine, so play whatever you prefer. With Crucible and Gambit out of the way, it's time to polish things off with some Strikes.
You'll need to kill two Cabal Strike bosses and two Vex Strike bosses in order to gather fuel and rations. If you play the Heroic Strike playlist, you risk running into Hive or Fallen bosses, so it's more efficient to play specific Strikes by selecting them from planets.
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Now that you've stocked up, the Drifter will invite you onto the Derelict, his scrapheap of a ship. Load into this special space by selecting the small "Mystery and Potential" icon below The Reckoning in the Gambit activity directory. You'll load into the Gambit staging area but you'll be free to roam around this time, so look to the back of the ship - opposite the Reckoning portal - and head down the alcove to the left.
Follow the linear path until you reach the Drifter's den, where you'll find the first of eight hidden messages. Visit the Drifter in the Tower and he'll tell you to find the rest of his messages, all seven of which are hidden around the EDZ. This is one of the lengthiest steps in the Destiny 2 Drifter Allegiance quest, but if you know where you're going, it doesn't take all that long. That being said, here are a few GIFs showing the locations of all the remaining hidden messages.
From the Trostland landing zone, look for a doorway near a pile of rubble off to the left.
Go inside and look for a computer hidden in the dark on the right. From the landing zone, head under the ship and drop down the central tunnel. Follow the path right, drop down again, and move up until you reach the Lost Sector boss room. The terminal is right up front. Land at the Gulch and head east. The Flooded Chasm Lost Sector will be on the far right wall below an overpass.
The Drifter is a rogue Light-bearer who hosts Gambit and acts as a vendor for Gambit related items. He is found in his ship that you spawn at within the. The Drifter is located in an authentic 20s-era speakeasy in the basement of the Green Door Tavern. When you step into The Drifter, you're stepping on the same .
Follow the path until you come to a cave full of Cabal and Fallen, and look for a Fallen terminal in the middle of the cave near a Cabal drop pod. From the Trostland landing zone, head west toward the Outskirts and keep going south past the bridge. Hug the right wall of the area and you'll come to a cave full of Cabal. Follow the path deeper and look for a terminal behind the loot chest at the end of the Lost Sector. Set down at the Winding Cove landing zone and the terminal will be right in front of you on top of a rock. Follow the linear path until you reach an open cave, then look for a large crate with a purple tarp over it.
The terminal will be on your left. You can read the steps below. Basically, you need to play a whole lot of Gambit and Gambit Prime. Instead, your progress is represented by a percentage that goes up with each defeat. Good luck, Guardian! Kills with this weapon increase reload speed for a short time.
The Recluse seems perfect for whipping out after killing one enemy, only to and try and pick up a double kill against their teammate. With Shotguns occupying a similar engagement range while also offering that one-shot-kill potential that is so highly valued, alongside always being in competition with Sidearms and even the Last Word as the close-quarters primary weapon of choice, Submachine Guns have fallen slightly to the wayside. We look forward to seeing people experiment with it.
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Once again, here are the steps. Like the other weapons, you can earn The Recluse by playing one helluva lot of a specific game mode.
The Competitive ranking system is simple, though: win games and go on win streaks to rank up. If you lose games and go on loss streaks, however, you will rank down. Just play Crucible like you normally would and it will unlock eventually.
But you might as well play Competitive matches to try and kill two birds with one stone. This gun is very fun against Ultra enemies with high health pools and big heads. You can farm their heads for headshots to power up the gun. Then finish them off with one more to create an epic explosion with Dragonfly, a classic Destiny weapon perk.
This weapon seeks to double down on that history and improve upon it in a simple and effective way. The general design ethos of a pinnacle weapon is that if it approaches an Exotic-esque effect, it must work conditionally—such as activating on a kill event or asking you to risk getting into melee range—and if it works in a neutral setting, then it must only change the way you can do something, not necessarily what you can do.
This is an example of the former. To make this new scout rifle yours, speak to Zavala. Check out those steps below! The final step once again does not quantify how many Strikes are necessary. However, Nightfalls add more to the percentage bar than regular Strikes. The quests for pinnacle weapons in Destiny 2: Season of the Drifter are pretty simple.
Three weeks later, the Drifter confronted the Young Wolf about their continued visits with he Emissary in the Unknown Space. Now that your wallet is 50, Glimmer lighter, you'll need to complete a Power version of the Thief of Thieves Adventure on Titan. Discord server. Bloc Log in Join. It's downstairs near the bathrooms behind an old bookcase. With a magazine of , this weapon is truly a light machine gun that will be a nasty addition to any loadout.
So just enjoy the ride and play through the required game modes. And, once again: good luck, Guardians! Facebook Twitter. Read Next Guides July 9,