How to Get Quicksilver Storm Exotic Auto Rifle in Destiny 2

Get yourself this fancy new exotic in Destiny 2!

The Destiny 2 Quicksilver Storm Exotic Auto Rifle is technically from the upcoming Lightfall expansion, due to release next year. However, for those players that have already pre-ordered the expansion, you can get it for yourself and start using it right now. The problem is, it’s not entirely clear where you’re supposed to go to claim this nifty new exotic and the other pre-order bonuses you get once you’ve loaded the game up.

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How to Get Quicksilver Storm Exotic in Destiny 2

To get the Quicksilver Storm exotic, you need to pre-order Lightfall + Annual pass on any platform — PlayStation, PC or Xbox.

When you’ve done this, all you need to do is go ahead and load the game up. You’ll then need to head to Master Rahool. Dismiss the screen that brings up his usual stuff, and then you’ll be given a screen where there’s a ‘Lightfall preorder Bonuses’ section.

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Here, you’ll find the Quicksilver Storm exotic auto rifle waiting for you to claim, alongside your other pre-order bonuses. These are:

  • Tangled Strands Exotic Emote
  • Neomuna Nights Legendary Emblem
  • Speed Metal Shell Exotic Ghost Shell

As soon as you’ve claimed the Quicksilver Storm and other items from Master Rahool, it’ll be immediately available from your inventory. As long as you’ve got the space, that is.

Quicksilver Storm Stats & Perks

This exotic packs a hefty punch thanks to its Rocket Tracers and Grenade Chaser perk. We’ve explained these below:

  • Rocket Tracers: Landing multiple hits turns your next shot into a homing micro-rocket.
  • Grenade Chaser: Landing multiple rockets loads a grenade. Use your alternate weapon action to switch into Grenade Launcher mode.

The Quicksilver Storm really excels in the Stability and Aim Assistance stats with an 85 and 83, respectively. It’s impact is a little lacking, but with the combination of its perks, you can pack enough punch to clear out enemies fairly easily.

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