My favorite video game weapons have a rhythm, not just a bang-bang-bang-beat. Click-clack-kapow of a shotgun pump. Choonkpf-vent-pling-vent-boom-plimpf-ploomf-click of a Fighting Lion. All with a strange timing or a little finesse, I’m here for it. So I’m very happy with the new exotic bow that arrived at Destiny 2 last night with the start of season 13. Ticuus Divination has a one-two stroke with arrows followed by explosions, which is a winning combination for me.
Season Of The Chosen has arrived, and runs until May 11. Caital, the empress of Cabal (and the daughter of our prodigal father, Calus), has arrived on earth and seeks strength to beat the hive and then the darkness ̵
First, charge a shot with hip burn to paint targets and lose an ointment with three paint arrows that handle minor damage and mark them. Then it will cause an explosion to set up a single arrow down the sights and nail a marked villain. Marked targets explode if they are also killed by something else, or if they are hit by explosions of another marked target. In short, many explosions with a pleasant movement of paint-volley-aim-boom and repeat.
Here I take a trip in the new Battlegrounds mode, while I’m not very helpful when it comes to goals – sorry, team. (Sorry if YouTube is still processing the 1440p version.)
Yes, Trinity Ghoul may be a better mass-ready bow, but explosions are cooler than chain lightning, sorry it’s just the rules. And this has a far better rhythm.
Ticuus’ prediction is available through the season ticket. People who buy the passport can get it at rank 1, while the free track offers it at rank 35.
Fate is pretty good on weird weapons. I’m still happy with the zapgun that turns enemies into orbs you pick up to hit people and then slam the dunk, even if the nerfs have not been kind to it.