Seasoned Destiny 2 players know that every Friday they can count on the elusive merchant Xur to make an appearance with special exotic items, but what’s not so clear is where you’ll be able to find him. Below, you’ll find a map with a marker that indicates where Xur is and his list of wares.
If you’re new to Destiny 2 and need a bit more information about how this works, you’ll need to know that Xur is a special vendor who sells exotic weapons and armor. Each week, he comes to the solar system with a slate of goods, including an exotic weapon and one piece of exotic armor for each character class. Lately, he’s also been carrying Fated Engrams, which guarantee players an exotic drop they don’t already have, from the collection of exotics from before the release of Forsaken. As of March 12, 2019, he also sells gear exclusive to Forsaken.
The trouble with Xur is finding him. We always know when Xur will show up — at the daily reset on Friday, so 10 a.m. Pacific, 1 p.m. Eastern. The question is where Xur is. While previously in Destiny 2, Xur’s location was marked on the map each weekend, he’s now unmarked and thus tougher to find each weekend. Here’s where you need to go to track down Xur, the Agent of the Nine, and everything you need to know about what he’s offering this week.
Where is Xur and his wares for the week
(March 22 – March 26)
This week, you can find Xur at the European Dead Zone location in the Winding Cove. He’s located by a crashed ship, and though it looks difficult to get there, you can do so easily by heading straight out of the spawn point. Look for a mountain-face next to the ship and climb up the rocks to reach him.
Here is the exact location.
And here’s what Xur has for wares:
The Huckleberry – 29 Legendary Shards: All players with the Forsaken expansion can grab The Huckleberry submachine gun this week. The weapon offers improved handling speed, stability, and range, as well as the ability to temporarily increase damage after each kill. It also has an increased rate of fire while holding down the trigger and kills refill part of its magazine
(Titans) Mask of the Quiet One – 23 Legendary Shards: The Mask of the Quiet One helmet is available for Titans this week. The helmet gives you improved mobility and health recovery, as well as a higher chance of finding special ammunition after a kill. It also offers improved target acquisition, accuracy, and aiming speed with pulse rifles, and you can regain health on kills if you’re critically wounded.
(Warlocks) Contraverse Hold – 23 Legendary Shards: Warlocks who own Forsaken can pick up the Contraverse Hold gauntlets this week. The gauntlets offer increased mobility and resilience, as well as higher chances of finding special ammunition after a kill. They also reduce your melee cooldown if you deal damage with grenades, and you can resist damage while you’re charging your Void grenade. The grenades will also refill part of your Void energy after hits.
(Hunters) Gemini Jester – 23 Legendary Shards: Hunters get the Gemini Jester leg armor this week. It offers increased mobility and resilience, as well as a tighter turn radius when sprinting and increased chance of finding primary ammunition after each kill. Dodging will also disorient nearby enemies and remove you from their radar.
Isochronal Engram — 97 Legendary Shards: You can only buy one of these Engrams per week, per account, but if you’re filling out your exotic collection, it’s worth it. The Isochronal Engram automatically gives you something you’re missing from the Destiny 2 Year 1 exotic set, which means everything from before Forsaken.
The World — 9 Legendary Shards: Lastly, Xur is offering The World challenge this week. The challenge requires the annual pass and asks you to complete a strike and collect different types of resources.
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