Getting great loot in Destiny 2 means hunting down Xur, the mysterious squid-faced weapons merchant who probably feels strange to kiss. In Destiny, that meant searching the Tower high and low until you stumbled upon him. Thankfully, it’s much easier this time around.
Located conveniently next to the Bank of Dalaran in World of Warcraft’s Legion expansion, Xur’ios stands ready to exchange your Curious Coins for rare recipes, weapons, mounts and more. Anyone need a Gjallar’s “Horn?”
Today, Xur is back in Destiny, a video game that wouldn’t be nearly as good as it is now if we hadn’t spent the past year traveling through space and complaining about Destiny.
Destiny players, rejoice: If you still don’t have a mighty Gjallarhorn, you can go buy one right now.
Do you play Destiny? Do you have 17 coins? Do you not have an Ice Breaker yet? WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
Destiny players worried the ongoing PlayStation Network problems would rob them of a chance to visit the game's weekend-only Strange Coin vendor should worry no more — Bungie's gooing to let him keep his shop open until Monday.
Destiny, a video game in which players roam the solar system getting angry at Destiny, recently introduced some changes to exotic weapons and armor, and today, as we finally see the last of those changes in action, it's become clear that they're a total mess.
This helicopter-borne robot sniper can fire 7 to 10 aimed shots per minute, and does so using a modified Xbox 360 controller plugged into a laptop. Each trigger squeeze costs $4 (320 Microsoft Points).
A guy went from high school dropout to drone pilot instructor in the Army - not a position most 19-year-old enlisteds hold, by the way - thanks in part to his video game skills.