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Destiny 2: How to Get Vigilance Wing Catalyst

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Destiny 2: How to Get Vigilance Wing Catalyst

How to Get Vigilance Wing Catalyst in Destiny 2

The Vigilance Wing Catalyst is a way to further boost and enhance the precious exotic pulse rifle known for wrecking havoc in the Crucible. Here’s how to get it in Destiny 2 as of Warmind.

The Vigilance Wing Catalyst, like most others, are obtained primarily through RNG, in this case, via the Crucible. Playing and completing crucible matches can lead to getting the catalyst drop at the end of the match. Some players believe that where you rank in the score can impact the drop rate, which is possible we suppose, but it’s most likely just purely random like most things in Destiny 2. After obtaining it, you’ll need to complete a challenge to unlock its perks.

The exotic masterwork catalyst for Vigilance Wing adds a slight stat boost and the ability to generate additional orbs, but most importantly, it enables a full auto option for Vigilance Wing. This turns the weapon into an auto/pulse hybrid of sorts. You enable this by holding the fire button instead of tapping it like you normally would for a pulse rifle. Not everyone will prefer this style of play to the more accurate/calculated approach of using pulse rifles, but in the right hands, it can be an absolute monster in the Crucible, even more so than before. It comes down mostly to personal preference and what you feel comfortable using. Just because something is, or isn’t, meta doesn’t mean that it’s going to work automatically for you.

That does it how to get the Vigilance Wing Catalyst in Destiny 2. May the RNG gods ever be in your favor, and hopefully, it won’t be long before you get one of your own so you can terrorize the Crucible and Trials of the Nine like others have done to you in the past and get your Valor and Glory up!

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Ed has been a proud member of the Twinfinite staff since 2014. He plays everything on everything but is particularly fond of JRPGs, MMOs, and sports. He holds a B.A. in history and political science and a M.S. in education all from the University at Albany.

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