How to Get the Service Revolver in Destiny 2
The Season of the Drifter has finally arrived in Destiny 2, and there are a couple of new Gambit-related modes to try out. Here’s how to get the Service Revolver in Destiny 2.
The Service Revolver is a Legendary Vanguard-style Hand Cannon that made its original appearance in Destiny 2 back in season 3. If you managed to unlock it during that season, you have a chance of getting it as a drop when completing Strikes. As always, though, the drop rates are based on RNG.
However, if you didn’t unlock it in season 3, then you’ll have to put in a bit more work if you want to get the Service Revolver in Destiny 2.
First off, you need to complete your Season 6: Completions Triumph, which can be accessed from the character menu. Completing this Triumph simply requires you to complete a total of 40 Vanguard Strikes in the playlist.
It’s definitely time-consuming, but not too difficult at all. Just keep in mind that this Triumph needs to be completed within this season.
Once you’ve completed your 40 Strikes, talk to Zavala at the Tower, and you’ll be able to purchase the Service Revolver.
Keep in mind, though, that the Service Revolver from Zavala only comes with a set list of perks. If you’re not a fan of the perks given, you’ll need to hope for a better random drop while doing Strikes.
Service Revolvers obtained as random loot drops during Strikes will also give you randomly rolled perks. Again, this is all purely based on RNG, so it’ll likely take you a bit of time before you get that perfectly rolled weapon.
Zavala’s Curated Roll
If you’re wondering what the curated perks are for Zavala’s Service Revolver, we’ve got them listed for you down below:
- Precision Frame
- True Sight HCS/Crossfire HCS
- Armor-Piercing Rounds/Accurized Rounds
- Zen Moment
If you choose to purchase the gun from Zavala, you’ll be able to do so for 100 Glimmer.
That’s all you need to know about how to get the Service Revolver in Destiny 2. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips and information on the Season of the Drifter, or check out our Destiny 2 Forsaken guide wiki.