New Destiny 2: Forsaken Exotics Are Headed This Way

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Bungie dropped a brand-new trailer showcasing some of the Destiny 2: Forsaken exotics that Guardians will be grinding for. Some of these new additions may even be game changers for PvP. Let’s look at some of them below.


Two-Tailed Fox

A Rocket Launcher that fires two rockets at once, meaning that taking out multiple enemies with one shot will be more comfortable when they’re standing apart from each other.

Trinity Ghoul

Bow and arrows are here in Forsaken, and this weapon will create electric storm arrows after getting a precision kill. Electrify groups of enemies with a precision kill.


This hand cannon packs a punch and an explosion after your fifth successful shot. Guardians have already gotten used to this kind of weapon thanks to the Polaris Lance.

Black Talon

Not only does this sword slice and dice, but it will also shoot a projectile much like the Dawnblade Warlocks.

One Thousand Voices

A brand new trace rifle that shoots a beam of fire that will explode on impact. Light the ground up and watch your enemies get blown away.


A bow and arrow that will let you see through walls when you’re looking through the scope and pierce through targets when you’ve shot them.

Ace of Spades

This exotic hand cannon first appeared in Destiny and is making a return in Destiny 2: Forsaken. Reloading after a kill grants extra damage bullets.


Antaeus Wards

Titan exotic boots that will reflect projectiles if the player is sliding. This will be a must-have for those who love playing PvP as Rocket Launchers are heavily used.

The Sixth Coyote

Hunter exotic chest armor that grants a double dodge. Dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge are the Hunters Five D’s when competing in the crucible. This chest piece gives them an extra dodge.

Chromatic Fire

Warlock exotic chest armor that will grant the wearer elemental explosions from precision kinetic kills. This means using kinetic weapons will be more useful as you will be able to add elemental damage on to them.

We aren’t sure how these exotics will be obtained, but we are certainly ready to get our hands on them. Destiny 2: Forsaken releases September 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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