Latest Destiny 2 PvP video was so action-packed you probably missed all the new gear, weapons, and shaders

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 8 August 2017 21:53 GMT

Fusion rifles, revolvers, swords, shotguns, Exotics and some really cool shaders. That’s what you may have missed in the Destiny 2 PvP trailer which dropped earlier today.

The action in the Destiny 2 Crucible trailer released today was so fast, you may have missed some of the cool armor and weapons being carried by Guardians. And possibly the two new Hunter emotes which are full of fun attitude.

Looking closely at the Titan, Hunter and Warlock in the video yields some interesting information on some of the gear which can be acquired in Destiny 2. Granted, since the game hasn’t been released yet, we have no idea what the names of the items are, or how to go about adding them to the collection.

Some of the gear and weapons have a Foundry symbol which helps deduce which manufacturer produced it. As previously reported, the game will feature five foundries this time out, with Veist being the new kid on the block. Each Foundry has a different color scheme, and some of these are on display in the video.

Since the Destiny 2 PvP video features such fast action, Arekkz was kind enough to look over the entire thing with a fine-toothed comb. In his video, he freezes the images at the important points offering commentary on what you’re getting a look at, the type of armor or weapon it could be (Exotic, etc.) and where some may or may not drop.

Various colors are also shown, which point to shaders. Some of the armor, and the weapons as well, have been seen before in videos and a few were available as drops during the beta, but some of the colors you see applied are new.

The Warlock’s Exotic chest piece you’ll see at the 8:43 mark is super cool. You probably remember seeing it in the original gameplay trailer, but in Arekkz’s video you get a much better look at it.

Destiny 2 will release on September 6 for PS4 and Xbox One. It will arrive on PC October 24.

You can grab a spot in the PC beta when it goes live later this month on August 29. Unless of course you pre-ordered, then you get to jump the day before. It ends on August 31.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here.

Comments

Headlines

Blockbuster

Bungie

Destiny