Just in time for the Trials of Osiris.
As we celebrate Xur’s arrival, we have other good news to get excited about as well. Today, Friday October 30, 2015 is also the release date for the returns Destiny’s Trials of Osiris. For now, it appears that Bungie has finally fixed the Nightstalker glitch and that there are now other competition threatening glitches of which we are aware. The recommended light level for the Trials of Osiris is 290 but if you’re going in hoping for a flawless run, you’ll probably want to be 310 or over.
Since Xur doesn’t sell his exotics at 310 light, it won’t be wise to take your new items into the Trials of Osiris right away. But if you have extra items and exotic shards lying around that you can use to infuse what you buy from Xur right away then they just might be worth taking into the Trials of Osiris after all.
Regardless of whether or not you’re even thinking about Xur and his items in relation to the Trials of Osiris, if you wound up here on this post, then you’re probably still wondering where Xur is and what he’s got in store for us. We’ll tell you.
Up first, for Titans, Xur is selling the Taikonaut helmet.
For Hunters, Xur is selling the Graviton Forfeit helmet.
For Warlocks, Xur is selling the Alchemist’s Raiment chest armor.
Xur’s featured exotic weapon this week is the Zhalo Supercell auto rifle.
He also has a year one special weapon legacy engram.
“These [Legacy] Engrams contain Year One Exotics (at Year One Attack and Defense levels) for players who want to finish up a Collection. They strongly bias towards Exotics not already in your Blueprint Collection, to help fill in the blank slots – excluding Mythoclast and Necrochasm, which are still only available from their Year One sources.”
In addition to the above, Xur is selling the void drive, plasma drive, heavy ammo synthesis, three of coins, and his newest item, glass needles. You can also exchange strange coins for motes of light if you wish.