Lord Saladin has returned to the Tower for the first time in Destiny 2, and the Iron Banner has also returned to the Crucible. The tournament to find the best Guardians and honor the fallen Iron Lords also rewards some cool armor and weapons, and we’ve got a closer look at each of the guns offered so far.
The Forward Path
This auto rifle is of the 21-impact variety, and it comes equipped with the “Tap The Trigger” perk, which grants a short period of increased stability and accuracy on your initial trigger pull.
The Guiding Sight
This scout rifle has good impact and range, and its “Pulse Monitor” perk auto-reloads part of the magazine when the wielder is critically wounded.
The Steady Hand
This handcannon will remind people of the Better Devils Crucible handcannon, without explosive rounds. Instead, this one rewards accuracy with the “Outlaw” perk, which speeds up your reload time with precision kills. You’ll need to be accurate, too, as the gun only holds eight rounds.
The Time-Worn Spire
This pulse rifle has very low range but moderate stability, and its main perk is “Zen Moment,” which increases stability with the gun when it causes damage.
The Fool’s Remedy
This Suros sidearm is fully automatic, which makes it highly formidable up close. Its perk is “Moving Target,” which increases movement speed and target acquisition when moving while aiming down sights.
The Hero’s Burden
This SMG’s main plus is its High Caliber Rounds perk in the middle tree, which will cause enemies to flinch a lot when they’re shot with it. “Threat Detector” also increases reload, stability, and handling when enemies are in close proximity.
The Day’s Fury
This grenade launcher holds seven shots, and its main perk is “Snapshot Sights,” which allows you to aim down sights way faster than usual.
The Wizened Rebuke
This strong fusion rifle has maximum impact and decent range, and its “Backup Plan” perk grants reduced charge time and increased handling speed for a short time immediately after swapping to this weapon.