Chroma Rush is one of the most popular and also one of the best auto rifles that you can get in Destiny 2 right now. Released during Season of the Splicer, it’s a rapid-fire frame auto rifle with some really great perks and a solid feel to it. If you’re here, you’re probably wondering how to get Chroma Rush in Destiny 2. Here’s what you need to know to start farming.
How to Get Chroma Rush Legendary Auto Rifle in Destiny 2
Chrona Rush can be farmed in two main ways. The first is to open up the splicer Conflux Chests at the end of Override activities. This is content from Season of the Splicer, but it’s still open and playable throughout Season 15, AKA Season of the Lost.
You can queue into Override from the HELM on your director and just play through the activity. At the end of the activity, as long as you have crafted a Key Code from your Splicer Gauntlet, you’ll be able to pop open the special Conflux Chest and you’ll get a crack at receiving Chroma Rush with random rolls.
The other way to get Chroma Rush is by focusing Umbral Engrams. As you receive Umbral Engrams by completing activities in Destiny 2, you can take them to the Prismatic Recaster in Destiny 2 and focus them to give you more specific loot. Season of the Splicer focuses are still around at least through Season 15, so farm Chroma Rush while you still can.
Chroma Rush is incredibly popular right now not only because feels really good to use, but it also has some really great perks like Subsistence, Kill Clip, and Rampage, all of which are great for PvE in particular where rapid-fire frame auto rifles shine. Light GG (featured image source) is an excellent source to try and map out your personal god roll, so definitely check out Chroma Rush’s page to see what you can roll.
That’s all you need to know for how to get Chroma Rush in Destiny 2. For more tips, tricks, and FAQs, head over to our Beyond Light wiki, or check our latest Destiny 2 coverage including more Season of the Lost content right here.
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