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Destiny 2 Warmind: How to Get Worldline Zero Exotic Sword

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Destiny 2 Warmind: How to Get Worldline Zero Exotic Sword

How to Get Worldline Zero Exotic Sword in Destiny 2: Warmind

Exotics make the world go round in the world of Destiny 2, and with the release of a new Warmind expansion, you can bet your bottom dollar that a bunch of the shiny, gold bits of gear have been added into the experience. Worldline Zero is an exotic sword that Guardians are likely clamoring to get their hands on, and while it requires a bit of a nuisance to actually get, the process itself is straightforward enough.

The Worldline Zero exotic sword can be got in Destiny 2: Warmind by finding some of the different Latent Memories scattered around the surface of Mars. Each one has a different element type – Void, Solar, Arc, or Kinetic – and you’ll need to use that type of damage to destroy each one. There are also some Latent Memories that require you to use a Valkyrie on them, which can be acquired by using a Rasputin Armory Code. We’re currently working on a guide to take you through all of the Latent Memories locations in Destiny 2: Warmind, so we’ll be sure to update this post with it as soon as it’s ready.

You only need 35 out of a possible 45 Latent Memories in order to get Worldline Zero in Destiny 2: Warmind. Once you do, head to the Core Terminus lost sector. You’ll want to go to the Braytech Futurescape part of Mars, head to the aforementioned Lost Sector, and then look for a huge cache in the corner of one of the rooms. Interact with this and it should give you the Worldline Zero exotic sword in Destiny 2: Warmind. We’ve run through a few of the stats for this weapon below.

Worldline Zero Exotic Sword Stats in Destiny 2: Warmind

  • 345 Attack
  • High impact, efficiency, and above average swing speed.
  • Ammo Capacity: 27

“A single strike can alter the course of history.”

And that’s all you need to know to get the Worldline Zero exotic sword in Destiny 2: Warmind. For more tips, tricks, and information on the game, be sure to check out our ever-expanding wiki.

A UK History graduate, Chris is a firm believer that Bioshock is the pinnacle of video game storytelling. He spends his days playing games, watching TV, or desperately attempting to improve his movie knowledge. You can follow him on Twitter @ChrisJecks, or email him at [email protected]

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