Destiny 2: Where Is Xur This Week? Exotic Items / Location Guide (Jan. 29-Feb. 2)

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A lot of changes to rewards are coming with the next season of Destiny 2, as Bungie recently outlined in its blog. Those changes will hit the game with its next content season, set to launch on February 9. In the meantime, you can still visit Xur ahead of the season’s end to prepare for what’s coming next in Destiny 2 by picking up some fresh new Exotics for your collection. Head to Nessus, to the Watcher’s Grave area, to find Xur this week. For his weapon, Xur is offering Graviton Lance. Hunters can pick up the Shinobi’s Vow gauntlets; for Titans, there’s the Armamentarium chest armor; and for Warlocks, Xur has Getaway Artist gauntlets.

Xur Location

Use the Watcher’s Grave transmat zone on Nessus. Once you spawn in, hop on a sparrow and head north toward the big tree just ahead of you, growing up against the east side of the area. Climb up into the tree and you’ll find Xur standing on one of its branches, looking out over the area.

Xur Exotic Items

A tried-and-true pulse rifle, Graviton Lance is the sort of Exotic you can feel comfortable with in just about any situation. It rips apart enemies with bullets that create black holes, while also exploding to send Void projectiles out into the world to do more damage–perfect for both PvE and PvP. If you’re not a fan of his other options, Xur also sells an Exotic engram that will decrypt into an Exotic you don’t already own. He also has the new Xenology Quest, which rewards an Exotic Cipher you can use to purchase Exotics from either Xur or the Tower’s Monument to Lost Lights. The quest requires you to either complete Strikes or win matches in Gambit and the Crucible.

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