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The Khvostov is making a comeback. Here’s the quickest way to get it.

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Destiny: Rise of Iron will see the return of the Khvostov.

This time around it’s not just an auto rifle. It’s a pulse rifle and scout rifle as well, thanks to the fact that you can now change the fire mode.

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To get the gun you have to embark on the We Found a Rifle quest and thanks to a diligent Redditor, here’s how you can get a headstart with the mission.

If you kept your original Khvostov from two years ago, you can dismantle it to get the Khvostov 7G Schematic. After that you can pay Shiro-4 a visit at Felwinter Peak to accept the mission. You’ll then need to find 10 manual pages and 3 Khvostov parts.

If you didn’t hang onto your original gun, don’t panic. You can still get the mission, it might just take you a little longer. From the looks of things, you should head to Patrol in the Plaguelands and kill a Hive Brood Mother. They can drop a Splicer Intel Relay that will instruct you to go to the Breach, board the Ketch, and kill a Pilot Servitor. After doing so, you can open a chest to get the schematic.

Now onto the actual shopping list.

The three Khovstov Parts can be found in the Plaguelands and Rocketyard. Head here for screenshots showing their exact locations.

You can collect the manual pages required by killing splicers.

After that, you’ll open up the next step in the quest – A Khvostov Rising. Just carry on your merry way and you’ll have the gun in your hands in no time.



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Tuesday, 20 September 2016 14:03 GMT By Shabana Arif

Take a look at the new exotic machine gun, Nemesis Star.

Destiny: Rise of Iron is out today. I know you know that. But did you know about this fancy new exotic machine gun? Probably.

Nemesis Star is one of the new weapons coming in the Rise of Iron expansion.

What’s more, you can customise it with weapon skins. The new Ornament system makes this possible, and you can either find them in Radiant Treasures or buy them from Xur using Silver Dust.

If you want a snazzy red skin, you’ll need the Meteorite Ornament, or the Silver Bullet for the black/silver option.

Check out Arrekz’s video above for more on the Nemesis Star.

Destiny: Rise of Iron is live now for PS4 and Xbox One.



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Here’s exactly how to get the hidden achievement.

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The Iron Temple in Destiny: Rise of Iron is home to a collection of bells.

Their purpose was figured out yesterday – use them to play the Rise of Iron theme for a secret achievement.

That’s all well and good, but if you’re tone deaf, you’re going to need more than that.

Luckily, Reddit has come to the rescue with a handy guide on which order to play the bells

You’ll need at least two people to carry this off as one of the bells is in a separate part of the temple.

Just follow the screenshots here to play the tune.
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Bell #3 - Located exactly to the right of bell #2.
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Bell #5 - Located exactly to the right of bell #4.
One redditor confirmed that they unlocked the achievement using the guide.

“I did it with a fireteam of four. The order: 1,2,3,1,5 – 4,3,2,3,1 You will hear a sweeping sound effect while you’re playing it near the end of the song if you did it with the right timing.”

So have at it!



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Destiny: Rise of Iron spoilers follow, arguably. You have been warned.

Destiny: Rise of Iron is almost here, so Bungie had has to update the database that powers some of its systems and the API for community tools. As a result, dataminers have been able to get a look at all sorts of things we’d otherwise have to wait to discover in-game.

For example, we now know all about the new raid armour. The three Wrath of the Machine armour sets are called Cosmoclast (Titan), Nanomania (Hunter) and Miasma (Warlock). The normal sets are mostly red, while the Spliced versions, which are exclusive to Hard Mode, have more black. Expect this set to be on show a lot when the raid releases a week after Destiny: Rise of Iron launches today.

More surprising are new Queen’s Guard gear pieces. This suggests we may see a reprise of the Queen’s Wrath event in Destiny: Rise of Iron; this bounty-based PvE challenge vanished very early on in vanilla Destiny’s lifetime and was partly recycled for the House of Wolves DLC.

Otherwise, there’s the Iron Lords and Iron Banner gear we’ve seen in promotional Destiny: Rise of Iron asset drops, as well as stacks of new and returning weapons and Exotics – but more importantly it looks like some of the weapons we’ve already seen are missing. That may mean new weapons will be rolled out in future updates, which would be nice.

Elsewhere in the leak, we see what appear to be keys to raid chests – so it looks like Destiny: Rise of Iron players might need to do more than just trot through the raid in order to be able to get the best loot. This could mean you’ll need to do more than find a sherpa with a checkpoint near a chest to collect your set, and also may provide a bit of value to duplicate raid gear – recycling into keys.

Those are the main points, although Arekkz does cover some other minor details in the video above; check it out to see icon images of the new gear and learn more about what’s coming with Destiny: Rise of Iron.



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The Rise of Ion expansion for Destiny is out next week, so Bungie thought it would go ahead and release the launch trailer for your enjoyment.

It’s got some really pretty wolves at the start, and then goes into the backstory of the Iron Lords before showing some gameplay.

We’ve covered the upcoming expansion extensively, and you can find out all you need to know through the Rise of Iron page hub.

In short, the expansion brings with it a new cinematic story campaign, The Plaguelands location, Felwinter Peak social space, a new six-player Raid, new and remastered three-player co-operative Strikes and plenty of ways in which to customize your Exotic armor and weapons.

Destiny: Rise of Iron releases next week on September 20.

On the same day, Destiny: The Collection for PS4 and Xbox One will also be released, and it includes the base game and all the expansions.



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Ghost Bullets are an issue in Destiny and this video from iAM – tripleWRECK on YouTube demonstrates just how big of an issue it has become.

If you watch the video, you will see that when he aims at a player using a hand cannon, the dot shows where the bullet is supposed to go. Sometimes it hits, and many times it doesn’t – even when within the weapon’s specified range to maintain accuracy. The bullets aren’t missing the target due to latency nor poor aim.

Apparently, this is some sort of issue with balancing with hand cannons and other lower range weapons. The balance seems to be tied to a hidden stat, which could be some sort of random deviation as a way of balance, possibly to prevent quickly spamming the gun.

However, the accuracy automatically drops when firing multiple rounds in a quick succession. While that is typical with particular weapons in many shooters, when accurate aim is applied – in this case specifically – the bullet should hit the target in the sights instead of the wall behind the enemy.

This shows the bullets aren’t disappearing as many players thought, they just aren’t hitting the target. In the video, it’s said that The Last Word seems to suffer from this issue the most.

Sometimes, shots which hit the enemy in the video also count as body shots instead of a crit even when laser point is set at the very center of the player’s head.

iAM – tripleWRECK explains the issue and demonstrates it very well in the video. He also calls upon Bungie to acknowledge the problem, and remove both RNG accuracy and bloom from hand cannons.

If you google the RNG accuracy issue or Ghost Bullets, which I had to because I don’t play Destiny, you will find players have been discussing the problem for quite some time now, and it is especially frustrating for those who play PvP.

Hopefully, this will be addressed when Destiny: Rise of Iron comes out on September 20.



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Ornaments are coming to Destiny when Rise of Iron releases, and Bungie has shown off a few on its Instagram account.

Players will be able to customize their Exotics with the weapon Ornaments which can be acquired from Radiant Treasures.

Radiant Treasures can be earned in the Vanguard Strike playlist or through the Eververse Trading Company.

Here’s a look at some Exotics with Ornaments applied:

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There are 22 known Ornaments and we’ve given you a look at those before in this video from Arekkz.

We also have a gallery of armor sets which feature Ornamnets applied to them. If you missed it, have a look if you like.

Destiny: Rise of Iron releases on September 20 for PS4 and Xbox One alongside Destiny: The Collection.



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Friday, 2 September 2016 06:48 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Destiny: Rise of Iron’s most iconic weapon, lovingly recreated in real life.

To promote Destiny: Rise of Iron, Bungie had Blacksmith shop Sword and Stone recreate Lord Saladin’s flaming battle axe.

The gorgeous replica is smaller than the “real” axe you’ll see in Rise of Iron, and is hollow, because the weapon as depicted in-game would be impossible for a normal human to wield comfortably – somewhere in the range of 100 pounds (45kg). The fact that Destiny’s weapons are exaggerated should come as no surprise to anybody who’s really looked at a hand cannon.

It’s really interesting to see the beautiful weapon put together, although with Destiny: Rise of Iron releasing in a few weeks I don’t know how much more anticipation we can handle.

Destiny: Rise of Iron will release on PS4 and Xbox One, and brings all sorts of new content to the shared-worlds shooter – including the flaming battle axe.



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Thursday, 1 September 2016 20:05 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

The Rise of Iron expansion will soon be upon us. Are you prepared? If not, here’s a recap of what to expect.

Yesterday, Game Informer posted a video Q&A with game director Chris Barrett and executive producer Scott Taylor in which the developers answered community questions.

Some of what was said has been revealed before, but there were some new bits and bobs in there as well. To catch up on everything, check out the Destiny: Rise of Iron hub.

Arekkz covers all of this in the video you see above.

Here’s what to expect when Destiny: Rise of Iron launches:

  1. Rise of Iron will go live on Sept. 20 at 2am PT/5am ET/10am UK/11am CET.
  2. There is something cool at Felwinter Peak the team has yet to discuss.
  3. Three of Coins are still useful.
  4. Grimoire can be earned in private matches.
  5. Chroma can be bought from Eva Levante.
  6. Faction Packages will give higher Light gear.
  7. Gunsmith will have new Light level weapons.
  8. Xur will sell Ornaments for Silver Dust.
  9. A new quest will let players obtain the Year 3 Thorn.
  10. There will be a weapon balance update post Rise of Iron.
  11. New Strike-specific items will be available.
  12. A “special event” will take place the week before rise of Iron drops.

Both Destiny: Rise of Iron and Destiny: The Collection release on September 20.



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Everything we know about Destiny: Rise of Iron’s new social space.

Destiny: Rise of Iron adds a new social space called Felwinter Peak, joining the Tower and the Reef as a location of off-duty Guardians to visit vendors, access their vaults, nag each other to join fireteams and bamboozle newbs by climbing to seemingly impossible locations.

In the video above, Destiny expert Arekkz goes over the latest intel drop from Game Informer, which gives us our first look at some screenshots of the new hub as well as providing loads of new information (pick up the latest issue to see the shots for yourself).

Felwinter Peak was the home of the Iron Lords, before the majority of them sacrificed themselves to seal away SIVA, the self-replicating technological plague responsible for the appearance of new Fallen faction the Splicers when Destiny: Rise of Iron releases in September. Players will need to clear the Splicers out of Felwinter Peak before they can enter the social space.

It looks like this mission is a one-time-only affair, which is a shame; we’d all love to see more action in Destiny’s social spaces. However, once you get in there’s plenty to see and do. Lord Saladin will move in, shifting the base of operations for Iron Banner, and new vendor Shiro will support the Archon’s Forge PvE arena, for example.

There’ll be less serious stuff too. Wolves roam the space, which is neat, and there are bells you can ring. Bungie has said it wants to see what players can do with the bells – playing tunes together, for example, but we’re all wondering if the bells will mask one of Destiny’s little secrets.



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Did you see those Iron Lord armor sets shown in the Iron Gjallarwing Sparrow video? We didn’t either. Thankfully, Arekkz did.

With Destiny: Rise of Iron, Titans will be able to acquire a snazzy looking Iron Banner armor set, and the Iron Lord-ish set for Hunters is pretty fancy too.

Arekkz says the Titan armor shown in the video appears to be an Iron Banner set, due to the color scheme. The pauldrons sport the face of a wolf which is also indicative of Iron Banner and on the body set, there’s also a wolf present.

Again, the Titan set appears to be related to what is earned through Iron Banner events, but since Bungie hasn’t provided information on this set, it’s all just a guess. But with most Iron Lord gear shown so far displaying a different “coat of arms” if you will, the best guess now is Iron Banner for this set.

The Hunter gear shown in the video with the silver tree on the shoulders is similar to Iron Banner gear, but the cape being worn shows the symbol of the Iron Lords.

However these new gears sets are acquired in Destiny: Rise of Iron remains to be seen, but nonetheless they look cool and were worth a quick look.

Destiny: Rise of Iron will require players to own The Taken King, and will run you $30 for Xbox One and PS4 when it releases on September 20.



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Monday, 20 June 2016 23:44 GMT By James O'Connor

Bad news for Destiny fans – there will be no Iron Banner event this week.

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Bungie has announced the news on Twitter, citing an issue that was also affecting the Trials of Osiris.



The Iron Banner event was due to begin tomorrow, but it sounds like we’ll be waiting at least another week now.

Destiny‘s next expansion, Rise of Iron, is due for release on September 20 on PS4 and Xbox One.



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Next Iron Banner event has been announced, starting 22nd June.

Its Clash (TDM) again which i dont mind.

However, after the recent patch, things may not be so fun. ARs have had a small nerf again and the Hunter has had a lot of changes made. Gonna be interesting to see how this plays out, as IB tends to highlight a lot of the Destiny MP problems. I expect a lot of pissed off players next week. :roll:
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DESTINY: RISE OF IRON IS THE NEXT HIGHLY ANTICIPATED EXPANSION TO THE DESTINY UNIVERSE. THE WALL WHICH STOOD FOR CENTURIES ALONG THE SOUTHERN BORDER OF OLD RUSSIA HAS COLLAPSED. FALLEN MUTANTS NOW SCAVENGE THE TOMBS OF THE GOLDEN AGE, AND THE PLAGUE THEY HAVE UNEARTHED IN THE WASTES IS MORE DANGEROUS THAN EVEN THEY UNDERSTAND. JOIN LORD SALADIN. JOURNEY INTO THE PLAGUELANDS. LEARN THE FATE OF THE IRON LORDS AND STOP THE GROWING THREAT BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE.

Destiny: Rise of Iron includes a new story, weapons, Raid, armor, and more:

  • New Story Campaign & Quests
  • New Armor and Gear
  • New Weapons
  • New Raid
  • Maximum Light Increase
  • New Strike
  • New Plaguelands Zone & Social Space
  • New Crucible Mode & Maps
  • New Enemy Faction and Bosses
GUARDIANS MUST RISE TO THE CHALLENGE TO TAKE THEIR PLACE AS THE NEXT GENERATION OF IRON LORDS. ALONG THE WAY THEY WILL JOIN FORCES WITH A LEGEND FROM HUMANITY’S GOLDEN AGE TO DEFEAT A PLAGUE OF UNSTOPPABLE EVIL ONCE AND FOR ALL. THE GAME FEATURES A COLLECTION OF FRESH CONTENT INCLUDING AN ALL-NEW SETTING ON EARTH CALLED THE PLAGUELANDS, A BRAND-NEW SIX-PLAYER RAID, FELWINTER PEAK, A NEW SOCIAL SPACE THAT LOOKS OUT ONTO THE PLAGUELANDS, NEW COOPERATIVE THREE-PLAYER STRIKE, MORE QUESTS, WEAPONS, GEAR, COMPETITIVE MULTIPLAYER MODE AND MAPS, A LIGHT LEVEL INCREASE, A NEW MUTATED ENEMY FACTION OF THE FALLEN, AND MORE.

Rise of Iron will be available for $29.99. In order to play it, players will need to own Destiny, Expansion I, Expansion II, and Destiny: The Taken King.

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It looks like Bungie is gearing up to drop some big Destiny news next week ahead of their big E3 showcase. We expect to be officially introduced to the upcoming Rise of Iron expansion.

A quick update on their blog states that they’re preparing to “reveal your next adventure,” and that you will soon learn all about “the next threat you’ll confront as Guardians.” Now, it’s possible that this next adventure might just be a small, incremental update to Destiny rather than the massive expansion they’re planning release later this year, but Bungie is too smart to intentionally anger their already passionate fan base. They know they have to show players a reason to keep going, and this is their perfect chance.

Thanks to a leak last month, we (most likely) already know the expansion’s name, have seen the (probable) promo image, and know some details about a new raid, which will focus on the Fallen. After Destiny 2 was pushed back to 2017, this upcoming expansion is going to be the stopgap — the cool new content that keeps players immersed in the world for another year. So, it’s pretty important that Bungie handle this well.

Thankfully, we’ll know more details next week. Bungie’s live stream will take place next Thursday, June 9 at 10:00AM PT (1PM ET) via their Twitch Channel. Tune in then to see what they have for us, and then watch the developers chat about it for a more in-depth take. The stream will likely be just a taste of the expansion before Bungie’s big E3 reveal, where they’ll show off further details in a big room full of hooting bloggers. The Sony and Activision DLC partnership remains strong, so unless something remarkable happens, Bungie will be presenting during Sony’s press conference on June 15.

If you’re really excited about Sony’s press conference, you can head to your local theater to watch it among like-minded Guardians. It won’t cost you anything.



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