Destiny 2 fans have finally gotten their hands on a new Exotic Scout Rifle named “Wicked Implement.” The new exotic scout rifle comes from a special mission called Whetstone, which Bungie has hidden inside the Deep Dive seasonal activity. The Wicked Implement is a coveted, difficult gun involving a multi-stage hidden quest.
In this article, I will outline how to get Wicked to Implement an exotic rifle and Catalyst in Destiny 2. The mission to get this weapon is not easy; you need to optimize your warlock build, Titan Build, and Hunter Build.
How To Get Wicked Implement Weapon in Destiny 2?
You need to complete the following quest steps to earn Triumph in Wicked Depths:
You must complete the Deep Dive seasonal activity that will be unlocked by completing the “Whispers of the Deep” quest. Once unlocked, you can start playing it to earn Whetstone Keys.
Whetstone keys are a rare reward. You can hold a maximum of 3 Whetstone keys at a time, so you must collect them over multiple runs of the Deep Dive. The keys will be used to open the Whetstone Chest, which is located in the Containment Zone on the Moon. You can find it by following the blue light trail. The challenge will involve fighting a powerful Taken Tormentor.
Once you have defeated the enemy, the Whetstone Challenge will be completed. You will speak to Xivu Arath. She will give you the mighty Wicked Implement. This quest is time-gated, so players need to wait until the 10th week of the Season of The Deep to start it.
What Does a Wicked Implement Catalyst Do?
The exotic weapon’s creeping attrition slows the target after landing a few precision hits. Its unique trait is Tithing Harvest, which creates a tracking stasis shard if you land precision kills while Creeping Attrition is active.
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