Anyone serious about remaining current and competitive in Bungie’s looter-shooter MMOPRG relies on the constantly shifting Destiny 2 Xur location. The franchise’s favorite mystery seller is always flitting across the galaxy for one reason or another, and we’re here to make sure you know where he is at all times.
If it’s time to see old Xur, keep reading to find out where he is this week and what you may anticipate buying from him. You might want to double-check his inventory before approaching him. There’s no use in going to the man if he can’t assist you.
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Where is Xur This Week?
This week, Xur is in the Tower. Load onto the primary landing zone and make your way to the hangar. Hang a hard left from there, and he’ll be up on the steps at the room’s far end.
What is Xur selling this week?
Here are the Exotics that Xur is selling this week:
- The Colony
- Gwin Vest (Hunter)
- An Insurmountable Skullfort (Titan)
- Skull of Dire Ahamkara (Warlock)
This week’s Xur’s Exotics are pretty mediocre. The Gwisin is a good Hunter PvP pick. If you plan on going all out in Arc 3.0, the Skullfort is fantastic for Titans. The Skull is the weakest choice here, although it’s OK if you enjoy Nova Bomb. This week’s Xur’s Hawkmoon and Dead Man’s Tale are both terrible. It’s not worth picking up. You should save it Cipher for a better roll.
This weekend, Xur is offering the following Legendary Weapons:
- Gnawing Hunger (Zen Moment, Demolitionist)
- Chrysura Melo (Fourth Time’s the Charm, Dragonfly)
- Empty Vessel (Underdog, Multi kill clip)
- Jian 7 Rifle (Full Auto Trigger, Outlaw)
- First in, Last Out (Autoloading Holster, Eye of the Storm)
- Farewell (Moving Target, Multi kill Clip)
- Temptation’s Hook (Relentless Strikes, Surrounded)
The proliferation of Xur’s weaponry this weekend isn’t ideal. There are a few good weapons here. The Jian 7 Rifle is a good option for the perfect workhouse plus rifle. If you enjoy auto rifles and can hit your precise shots, the Chrysura Melo is also a good choice. Nothing spectacular outside of that.
Armor is also often of average quality. The Titans have a strong 65 stat roll helm with adequate dispersion. Hunters receive a high Discipline helm for any grenade spam builds, while Warlocks receive a pair of high Discipline boots.
Who Is Xur In Destiny 2?
If you’re a newbie to the Destiny 2 and haven’t heard about it yet, Xur is a weekend vendor offering unusual weapons and equipment. He arrives at a random place around 5 p.m. GMT (6 p.m. BST). He sells rare gear in return for legendary shards, which may be obtained by deconstructing legendary gear or performing activities.
We do say random location, but most of the time, he’ll always be in the same places you’ve always found him – “Winding Cove” in the EDZ, a tree in “Watcher’s Grave” on Nessus, or the Tower’s Hangar. Xur is often spotted on Io and Titan, but both are currently in the “Destiny Content Vault.”
We won’t know what he has in store for gamers until he debuts, but we know he’ll have a wide range of things.
Xur’s inventory always contains one exotic weapon, three exotic armor pieces (one for each class), and an isochronal engram that assures a strange random drop from Year One or Year Two – and it’s always something the player doesn’t have, making it excellent for complete collections.
How Is Xur In Destiny 2?
Everyone asks, “Where is Xur?” but never, “How is Xur?” He’s been the guardian’s primary quartermaster since the game’s first release about ten years ago now, and he’s undoubtedly becoming lonely as players seek him out on a predetermined day, steal what they can, then neglect his ex for another few days.
We’ll update this post for you once we find out where the tentacle-faced hoodlum is and what he’s giving Guardians. Until then, we believe Destiny will soon be available on smartphones and tablets.