How to Get Come To Pass Throne World Auto Rifle in Destiny 2 & What the God Roll Is

Here's how to get the Come To Pass Auto Rifle in Destiny 2.

Arc 3.0 was unleashed onto Destiny 2 quite a while ago, and since then, nearly all Arc-based weapons have seen a dramatic rise in usage. As a prime example, even weapons that haven’t had a lot of usage before, such as the Come To Pass Throne World Auto Rifle. This particular Auto Rifle didn’t make a big splash upon release, but with the new Arc 3.0 subclass changes, it might become a staple in players’ loadouts. So today, let’s discuss how to get the Come To Pass Auto Rifle and what the God Roll for it is in Destiny 2.

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How to Get Come To Pass In Destiny 2

Unlike other Throne World weapons, the Come To Pass Auto Rifle can only be obtained from one specific activity, Wellspring. You’ll have a slight chance to get this weapon upon completing a run. However, upon each weekly reset, the Master difficulty for Wellspring will feature a higher chance of obtaining a specific weapon. For example, at the time of writing this post, the featured weapon for Wellspring this current week is blank. Keep in mind that completing a run of the Master difficulty will not give you one guaranteed, but you have a common chance of earning one instead.

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No work will be necessary if you want to get your hands on one immediately, though. In Season of Plunder, to celebrate the renewal of the Arc subclass changes, Arc 3.0, a gift is waiting for all players at the helm, the Gift of the Thunder Gods. Inside it contains numerous weapons and armor pieces specifically designed to help jumpstart an Arc 3.0 build for players. One of these weapons is none other than the Come To Pass Auto Rifle. Depending on your class, you’ll also find other goodies, such as the Exotic LMG, Thunderlord, and an Arc-based Exotic armor piece. This gift will last until the end of the season, so make sure you claim it before the beginning of December.

Come To Pass Destiny 2 God Roll

God Rolls come in all shapes and forms in Destiny 2. Some are better for PvE, while others are more suited for PvP. Sometimes, one can even be suitable for both activities. In this case, however, we’ll be focusing on a God Roll for PvE activities for now. The God Roll you should be looking for is Genesis and Dragonfly.

Genesis states, “Breaking a combatant’s shield with this weapon fills its magazine from reserves. Energy weapons regenerate ammo on hit when matching the damage type to the combatant’s shield”. Dragonfly, on the other hand, creates an elemental explosion from precision kills. Combining these two perks allows the player to deal with groups of enemies with ease, while constantly refilling the magazine to then shoot some more. It’s a great choice when paired with certain Arc 3.0 builds.

Can You Craft Come To Pass In Destiny 2?

Absolutely. The Throne World weapons were one of the first guns in the game to become craftable when the Witch Queen DLC launched, and Come To Pass is no exception. Unfortunately, obtaining five deep-sight versions (the ones with the red border around them) needed to craft it is much more aggravating than other crafted weapons.

Since the only activity you can get the gun from is Wellspring, all you can do is continue to play it until you eventually accumulate enough deep-sight versions. However, as mentioned before, playing the Master mode while the weapon is featured will undoubtedly increase your chances. Once you finally earn five deep sights of it, head to the Enclave and craft your own Come To Pass.

That’s everything you need to know on how to obtain Come To Pass in Destiny 2. For more related info and other Destiny 2 news, including frequent updates of what’s coming in the universe, check our related articles below.


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A fresh college graduate with a passion for Destiny 2, Joe has only been writing professionally for a short time. That doesn't stop him from covering everything regarding the looter shooter, and more.