If you were debating whether it was worth it to grind out this quest, let me tell you that it definitely is. The Ruinous Effigy comes in handy when you're doing Nightfall: The Ordeal because you have other means of taking down enemies.
Destiny 2 is all about the loot, and you can get even more loot than usual by claiming rewards offered for being a Twitch Prime subscriber. Here's our guide to using your Twitch Prime status to claim some goodies.
With Destiny 2’s “Season of Arrivals” going full force, we thought we’d take this opportunity to experiment with some of the new weapons to determine what the best loadouts for player vs. player (PvP) and player vs. enemy (PvE) encounters were.
During this season, the game seems like it's getting a new Trace Rifle — essentially a gun that shoots a laser beam and does a lot of sustained damage. The weapon is called Ruinous Effigy and you can see what it looks like in the Universal Ornaments tab.
A new power is born out of the ancient Pyramid Ship above Europa's frozen frontier and a dark empire has risen beneath. In Destiny 2: Beyond Light, join your fellow Guardians and bring down the empire at any cost – even if it means wielding the Darkness itself.
Today, Bungie confirmed that Destiny 2 would be upgraded for next-generation machines. Hopefully, this means that the title will render at 60 frames per second (FPS), or higher, on Xbox Series X since it has a 2-3 teraflops advantage over the PlayStation 5.
The next expansion is called Beyond Light and focuses on another black The Darkness pyramid on Europa. It's the birthplace of the Exo class and you meet a new character called Hermes. The content allows you to equip The Darkness as a weapon and discover the true nature of the black pyramids and The Traveler.