Telesto is taking a bit of a resto. Bungie has incapacitated access to the exotic fusion rifle in all activities in Destiny 2, after participates discovered a game-breaking combination with one of the weapon mods gain access to Iron Banner.
Here’s how it drives: Telesto fires fusion missiles that attach to surfaces and detonate after a adjournment, or if an opponent ambles too close. These are effectively mines, which does Telesto a terrific weapon for zoning.
The problem, nonetheless, is that Destiny 2 sometimes has trouble knowing how to tally up Telesto’s exploding excavations. Last-place time this became a problem in the Blind Well, since video games counted each blown-up charge as a kill. That made the Blind Well trivially easy to complete, and Bungie swiftly behaved to patch the exploit.
Now, if you furnish an Enhanced Ashes to Assets mod, which you can pick up in Pinnacle Activity like Iron Banner, blowing up your own Telesto accusations with a grenade instantaneously charges your super, since Destiny 2 counts each ‘mine’ as a grenade kill. Just volley a few cases bursts of Telesto at a nearby surface, grub a grenade at them, and thunder – ‘Super Charged’ emerges across your screen.
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