Thinking of buying the Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack for Destiny 2? There’s are some pretty cool weapons included in the DLC. From the infamous and much loved Gjallarhorn to the new Halo inspired weapons, there’s a lot in this pack that might give some bang to your buck.
Destiny 2 All Weapons in the Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack
Hang on to your seats, cause there are some pretty cool weapons included in the 30th Anniversary Pack. Of course, they’re not just going to be handed to you. Bungie gives you some fun opportunities to feel great about earning these weapons yourself.
New Exotic Weapons
You’ll be able to obtain both quests for these exotic weapons from Xur. They will also contain Exotic Catalysts that you can use to upgrade them further.
The Forerunner can look like a familiar gun to those who played Halo. This new exotic weapon was inspired by the Magnum from Halo Combat Evolved. This exotic weapon is an excellent homage to the most iconic Xbox game and carries some pretty cool perks.
Sidearm (200 RPM)
Full Stop - Oversized Sidearm with extended-range, heavy-caliber rounds. Fires full auto with increased rate of fire. Deals increased precision damage to unshielded targets.
Pace Yourself - Tapping the trigger gives this weapon less recoil and improves accuracy.
The Gjallarhorn is a familiar face to those who played the original Destiny. This infamous rocker launcher is added back into the franchise as an exotic Rocker Launcher you can get from Xur. Here’s the full guide into acquiring the Gjallarhorn for yourself.
Rocker Launcher (15 RPM)
Wolfpack Rounds - Rounds fired split into tracking cluster missiles upon detonation.
Pack Hunter - Gain increased handling and reload speed when standing near allries. Firing this weapon also grants Wolfpack Rounds to nearby allies wielding non-Exotic Rocket Launchers.
Xur’s Treasure Hoard Gear
The 30th Anniversary Pack introduces a new mode called Dares of Eternity which is a six player activity which grants treasure keys upon completion. These treasures keys can be used on Xur’s Treasure Hoard, a new social hub, to obtain these unique weapons.
Like the Forerunner above, this BxR-55 Battler is also inspired by a Halo 2 weapon. If you’re familiar with the Battle Rifle, then the BxR-55 can feel like its twin.
Legacy PR-55 Frame (450 RPM)
The BxR-55 can use Blunt Execution Rounds perk which mimics Trench Barrel.
This old fashion looking shotgun doesn’t seem very advanced for the setting, however the Wastelander M5 is the first Legendary Tex Machina in Destiny 2.
Lightweight Frame (60 RPM)
Can use either the Adagio or Harmony perks.
Pardon Our Dust
Despite its name, Pardon Our Dust isn’t the most noteworthy weapon in the Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack. Still this grenade launcher packs quite the punch.
Lightweight Frame (Breech Loaded)
Perpetual Motion - grants stability, better handling, and increased reload speed while on the go.
Just at a glance, you know this weapon is from Halo. The Retraced Path is inspired by the Focus Rifle from Halo Reach. This is Destiny 2’s first Legendary Trace Rifle which makes it particularly noteworthy.
Adaptive Frame (1,000 RPM)
The Retraced Path has several good perks like the One For All, Golden Tricorn, Shoot to Loot, Subsistence, and Disruption Break.
Half-Truths is a weapon clearly inspired by the Halo Energy Sword.
Adaptive Frame (Sword)
Eager Edge - upon swapping to Half-Truths, you'll get increased lunge damage.
Grasp of Avarice Gear
After you first speak with Shaw Han, you’ll be able to unlock the Grasp of Avarice dungeon. Encounters from this dungeon have a chance of dropping the weapons below. Most of them are brought back from the previous Destiny game so older players may be more familiar with them.
The Grasp of Avarice dungeon does have a master variant. So if you think you’re ready, you can also get the adept variant of each weapon below.
The Eyasluna has some pretty decent stats for a Hand Cannon. It has 68 stability, 56 range, and 80 aim assist. Nothing compared to the Malfeasance but it’s still an awesome drop.
Adaptive (140 RPM)
Heating Up, Rangefinder, Headstone, Kill Clip, Perpetual Mobile
The Matador 64 has pretty awesome stats and a decent range for a shotgun. It has a noteworthy 68 range and 49 handling.
Precision (65 RPM)
Tunnel Vision, Golden Tricome, and Perpetual Motion
1000 Yard Stare
The 1000 Yard Stare isn’t just a condition for a facial expression. This weapon can zoom in on targets with great precision. It has 44 zoom and 66 aim assist.
Adaptive (90 RPM)
Can use Snapshot Sights and Quickdraw perks at the same time. Can also use Heating Up.
Hero of Ages
The Hero of Ages can feel out of place in a futuristic setting of Destiny 2. It is a sword inspired by the claymore from Myth after all. But the Hero of Ages can still be a formidable weapon in your hands.
Vortex Flame (Spin Heavy)
Can use both Chain Reaction and Demolitionist at the same time.
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