If you’ve bought the deluxe edition of Destiny 2, you’re going to get a legendary sword. However, it’s not available at the start, and many players are wondering how to get it. The developers probably didn’t want to give it to you too early, as it would make the campaign too easy. If you’re anxious to get your hands on it, this guide will show you where to find legendary sword deluxe edition bonus in Destiny 2.
How to get Traitor’s Fate legendary sword?
In order to get legendary sword Traitor’s Fate, you’ll have to finish the campaign. Unlike the other bonus items, you don’t need to be level 20 for this one. Once you’re done with the story, go to the Tower and talk to the postmaster. He’ll have a strange parcel waiting for you. As soon as you claim it, you’ll get an emblem and the sword.
The sword has 210 attack, does arc damage and has an adaptive frame. Guarding with it has low efficiency and high defense. Every kill you score with it, on the other hand, increases your movement speed and damage. If you haven’t strayed too far from the campaign, it’ll definitely be an upgrade. However, it’s a bit sad that a paid bonus item starts off with so little power – it’s either going to become obsolete really fast, or you’re going to spend a bunch of time and resources to infuse it to a usable level. It’s real pretty, though.
It’s a shame you can’t get it as soon as you start playing, but it’s understandable. Having a legendary sword from the beginning would ruin the fantasy of slowly getting back on your feet after a devastating attack that left you without your powers and equipment. Seems there’s no right answer to that particular dilemma.
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