Where is Xur today? (Dec 16-20) – Destiny 2 Exotics and Xur Location Guide

The year might be coming to an end, but there’s no rest for your resident Agent of the Nine in fate 2. Xur has returned for another visit to the solar system and, as usual, he has a fresh inventory of rare and exotic armor and weapons. This is where you can find Xur and what exotics he is selling this week.

This week you can find Xur in the Towerin the Hangar area. For his weapon, Xur is offering graviton lance. Hunters can collect the Khepri’s Sting gauntlets, titans can grab armamentary armor, and for warlocks, Xur has the Verity’s eyebrow helmet.

Xur’s location

Xur’s location in the Tower.

Spawn using the Courtyard broadcast zone in the Tower to find Xur this week. Head left and down the stairs to enter the Hangar section, then hang another one on the left. Head to the north end of the area and look for a ladder that will lead you to a catwalk, where Xur is waiting for you.

Xur is present every weekend in Destiny 2, beginning with the daily reset at 9am PT/12pm ET every Friday. His exact location is always a mystery when he first arrives, as he doesn’t appear on the map, and for novice players, it can be easy to miss him. However, there are a set number of places where he takes up residence for himself, including the Tower Hangar area, on Nessus in Watcher’s Grave, and in the Winding Cove area of ​​the EDZ.

Xur’s Exotic and Legendary Items

  • Exotic Engram – 97 Legendary Shards
  • Graviton Spear – 29 Legendary Shards
  • Khepri’s Stinger – 23 Legendary Shards
  • Weapons: 23 Legendary Shards
  • Verity’s Front – 23 Legendary Shards
  • Hawkmoon – 200 Legendary Shards, 125,000 Glimmer, 1 Ascendant Shard, 1 Exotic Cipher
  • Dead Man’s Tale – 200 Legendary Shards, 125,000 Glimmer, 1 Ascendant Shard, 1 Exotic Cipher
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  • Legendary Weapons and Armor: 50 Legendary Shards, 1000 Glimmer

exotic weapons

graviton lance

Not only does it look great, it has one of the best gunshot sound effects in the game.
Not only does it look great, it has one of the best gunshot sound effects in the game.

A classic dating back to the first year of Destiny 2, the Graviton Lance is still a fantastic Void Energy Pulse Rifle to have equipped. Fires in a vertical spread of two bursts, with the second shot dealing higher damage compared to the first. Not only great for landing critical hits, defeating an enemy will cause them to explode into mini Void Grenades, dealing additional damage around them.

dead man’s tale

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Dead Man’s Tale is definitely worth picking up this week, as Christmas clearly came early with its benefits roll. Not only does it have armor-piercing rounds and a tight stock, but it also has a subsistence perk that will partially reload the magazine from reserves. For anyone looking for a good weapon to clear out crowds of trash mobs, this is the scout rifle to get this week.

  • small hole
  • armor-piercing rounds
  • Subsistence
  • adjusted stock

hawk moon

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Hawkmoon isn’t too bad this week either, thanks to a double whammy of big leads. Surplus works great if you don’t mind keeping your abilities in reserve, as this will increase the stats of the Hand Cannon, but Alloy Magazine is a great extra with this roll. Hawkmoon’s Paracausal Shot perk is reserved for the last round in the chamber, and with Alloy Magazine, you’ll get a faster reload once you’ve landed that heavy damage round on an enemy.

  • small hole
  • alloy magazine
  • Surplus
  • textured grip

legendary weapons

False promises Kinetic Auto Rifle Chamber Compensator / Extended Barrel Extended Mag / Flared Magwell helpless Zen moment
whispering slab kinetic combat bow Flexible Rope / Natural Rope Natural Feathering / Straight Feathering Firmly Planted Relentless
Iota Draconis energy fusion rifle Polygonal Striated / Smallbore Accelerated Coils / Liquid Coils Surplus Harmony
survivor epitaph kinetic hand cannon Fluted/Rifled Hammer Forged Barrel Attached Mag/Ricochet Rounds Surplus moving target
Tarantula Linear Fusion Heavy Rifle Rifled Barrel / Full Bore Ionized Battery / Particle Repeater Genesis breathing box
Seventh Seraph CQC-12 energy shotgun Small Bore/Full Choke Tactical Mag / Light Mag automatic charging case shield disorient
the lament energy weapon Rifled Barrel / Small Bore Attached Mag / Flared Magwell sliding Zen moment

legendary armor

Titan Write Mobility Resilience Recovery Discipline Intelligence Strength Total
Lost Gauntlets of the Pacific titan gauntlets two 10 sixteen two 14 14 58
lost pacific plate titan chest armor 10 two twenty 17 13 two 64
lost brand of the pacific titan mark 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Lost Pacific Helm Titan Helmet two 19 8 13 12 two 56
Lost Pacific Greaves titan leg armor 22 two 10 9 13 6 62
Sorcerer Write
Lost Gloves of the Pacific warlock gauntlets two 9 sixteen two 18 9 56
Lost Tunics of the Pacific Warlock Chest Armor 14 14 two 7 10 14 61
Lost Pacific Link warlock bond 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
lost hulk of the pacific warlock helmet 9 6 14 two 9 sixteen 56
Lost Pacific Boots Warlock Leg Armor 9 6 fifteen 9 12 12 63
Hunter Write
Lost Pacific Grips hunter gauntlets two 12 14 two 17 eleven 58
Lost Pacific Vest Hunter Chest Armor two 26 two 8 9 12 59
lost cape of the pacific hunter cloak 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Lost Pacific Mask hunter helmet 14 12 two 13 8 9 58
Lost Steps of the Pacific Hunter Leg Armor 9 fifteen 6 two fifteen fifteen 62

exotic armor

Khepri’s Sting

The exotic that non-hunters hate the most in PvP.
The exotic that non-hunters hate the most in PvP.

Khepri’s Stinger has seen a lot of use in PvP, and since Void is a very useful subclass to focus on this season, these gauntlets are worth grabbing if you’re planning a Nightstalker build. Basically turning you invisible thanks to his Touch of Venom perk, Hunters using this build have been a huge threat. that Bungie had to intervene. Even with some of its effectiveness removed, this is still a great exotic for competitive pursuits.

  • Mobility: 20
  • Resilience: 3
  • Recovery: 9
  • discipline: 8
  • Intellect: 6
  • Strength: 17
  • total: 63


Here comes the boom.
Here comes the boom.

How good is an extra grenade for a titan compared to other exotic armor abilities? A lot, if you specify well with this particular armor. Each season usually has a mod worth unlocking in the seasonal artifact that improves grenade damage, so doubling up on explosives never hurts when you’re running high-level PvE missions. Throw in some Bountiful Wells, Seeking Wells, and Explosive Ordinance armor mods into your build, and you’ll be doing plenty of explosive damage consistently.

  • Mobility: 12
  • Resilience: 8
  • Recovery: 11
  • discipline: 20
  • Intellect: 9
  • Strength: 2
  • total: 62

Verity’s eyebrow

Everyone gets a grenade with Verity's Brow.
Everyone gets a grenade with Verity’s Brow.

Another grenade-focused exotic that also has teamwork elements in its design, Verity’s Brow works well with Arc subclasses. With the right weapon, mods, and tactics, you can use this Exotic to increase your damage output, recharge your grenade energy quickly, and keep your squad in the fight longer by giving them some grenade regeneration energy. additional.

  • Mobility: 2
  • Resilience: 12
  • Recovery: 18
  • discipline: 9
  • Intellect: 9
  • Strength: 13
  • total: 63

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