Destiny 2 Season of the Chosen Exotics Guide – Weapons, Armor, How to Get

Season of the Chosen Exotics Guide

With the release of Season of the Chosen, Bungie has introduced a handful of new Exotics in Destiny 2. Similar to Season of the Hunt, Exotic Armor can only be acquired from the Master/Legend Lost Sector while the Exotic Weapons are tied to the Season Pass and a questline. In this Destiny 2 guide, we’ve detailed everything there’s to know about unlocking all the new Exotics in Season of the Chosen.

Destiny 2: Season of the Chosen Exotics

Below, players can find a complete overview of all the new Exotics introduced to Destiny 2 with the release of Season of the Chosen:

Exotic Weapons

There are only two Exotic Weapons that players can get in Season of the Chosen. One of them being Season Pass exclusive and the other one is tied to an Exotic Quest not released yet.

Ticcu’s Divination
Ticcu’s Divination is a Solar bow that fires 3 arrows at the same time – kind of like the Trinity Ghoul. Season Pass owners can get it at Rank 1 while the Free Pass owners must reach Rank 35. It’s got the following Exotic Perks:

Sacred Flame
Hip-firing this weapon fires multiple tracking projectiles. Targets marked by these projectiles explode upon death, or when struck by another Sacred Flame’s explosion. Arrows fired while aiming down sights cause Sacred Flames to instantly detonate.

It’s also got a catalyst that further improves it. It can be picked up from Banshee-44.

Dead Man’s Tale
It’s a bolt-action Scout Rifle that’s tied to an Exotic Quest scheduled to release later down the season. That’s pretty much all we know at the point.

Exotic Armor

To get these Exotic Armor Pieces, players need to complete a Lost Sector whenever it’s on Legend/Master difficulty. They’re found on the Moon, Cosmodrome, and Europa – and they rotate daily.

Omnioculus (Hunter)
Omnioculus’ Exotic Perk is called Beyond the Veil. It provides players with a second Smoke Bomb charge and damage resistance while invisible. On top of it, making an ally invisible provides them with damage resistance and a small amount of melee energy.

Cuirass of the Falling Star (Titan)
Exotic Perk, Glorious Charge, essentially doubles the Thundercrash damage – making it on par with a Celestial Nighthawk. It also provides an overshield that lasts longer if the player travels for a little bit before crashing.

Mantle of Battle Harmony (Warlock)
Lastly, for Warlocks, we’ve got the Mantle of Battle Harmony. With the Exotic Perk, Absorption Cells, weapon kills greatly increase the Super recharge rate if the weapon energy matches the subclass element. If the Super is already full, it increases Weapon Damage instead.

These are all the Exotics that players can unlock in Destiny 2: Season of the Chosen. For more help on the game, feel free to check out our detailed Destiny 2 wiki guides.

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