This guide will help you get the Final Warning Exotic, a new sidearm in Destiny 2 Lightfall with interesting tracking perks.
What does the Final Warning Exotic do in Destiny 2?
As was already said, Final Warning is an exotic sidearm. This brand-new Strand weapon will be very interesting to learn and figure out how it fits into the new subclasses.
The weapon’s unique ability is its charged tracking rounds. When you use the weapon, it charges up a certain number of tracking rounds, which are loaded when you hold the reload button and can then be fired like the Titanfall smart pistol.
These shots also cause the sever debuff to accumulate in enemies hit by them, allowing you to deal out a large amount of crowd-controlling damage quickly.
How to get it ?
Lightfall is now available in Destiny 2, and in addition to a brand new campaign, there are a slew of new exotics to collect. However, not all exotic gear is created equal, and some, such as the Final Warning, will take much longer to unlock.
Before you can even try to get this sidearm, you have to take a few important steps. The first step is to finish the entire Lightfall campaign. Step one is to finish the entire Lightfall campaign. The Final Warning, like other exotic gear in the game, is locked until the main story is completed.
Even after you’ve finished the main story for Lightfall, you’ll need to focus on the Strand subclass. To get even closer to the Final Warning exotic sidearm, each of the Strand subclass’s abilities, aspects, and fragments must be unlocked. Much of this process can be completed at Destiny 2’s Pouka Pond.
After you’ve completed the preceding step, it’s time to embark on the exotic quest you’ve been looking for. The Final Strand quest is given by Nimbus at Striders’ Gate in Neomuna. The quest itself is divided into several parts and will end in an Osiris trial. Once completed, the Final Warning exotic is yours.
About Destiny 2
Destiny 2 is a free-to-play online-only multiplayer first-person shooter video game developed by Bungie. It is the follow-up to Destiny and its expansions from 2014. The game was published by Activision until December 31, 2018, when Bungie acquired the publishing rights to the franchise.