Destiny 2 Deathbringer Catalyst Guide: How To Get

Destiny 2 Deathbringer Catalyst

Destiny 2 has added a new season, Season of the Splicer, to bring new weapons, challenges and much more. The Deathbringer is a weapon that has been in the game for quite some time. However, its use rate is low as the weapon is complex. Using an exotic heavy weapon would be a better choice as you would not mess up this way. The game has added a new exotic catalyst for Deathbringer making the gun a very viable option. This Destiny 2 guide will include all the details on how you can acquire the catalyst for Deathbringer.

How to Get Deathbringer Catalyst & What It Does in Destiny 2

The new catalyst has changed how the gun works, and you can now use it differently.

How to acquire it

The only method to acquire the catalyst at the moment is by playing any playlist activity. A lot of people have been getting it from strikes, so we recommend trying it the most. Maxing out the catalyst is quite easy as you have to play any activity with Deathbringer. This will unlock unique perks for the weapon. 

What does it do?

The main issue with Deathcharger before was the need to shoot the rockets way above the head of a target. This allowed the projectile to stay longer in the air before hitting the target for maximum damage. The need for making the projectile go into full potential was a pain. However, with the addition of the new exotic catalyst, this issue is resolved.

You do not have to shoot the projectile way above the target’s head for max damage. Shooting just a little above the target is more than enough. This increases the weapon’s DPS as you can shoot projectiles constantly for quick damage. The weapon is still is not perfect but is a way better choice than before. A lot of players are switching to it because of the newly added catalyst. 

This is how you can get the catalyst for Deathbringer. To learn more check out our guide on how you can get Chroma Rush.

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