Now that Destiny’s DLC is out, Rise of Iron, if you are lucky enough to get through the clogged servers and play the game, you will be met with a significant amount of new content to cipher through. In this guide folks will learn which legendary gear, or vendor weapons are the best to get. Destiny is out now for PS3, Xbox 360, PS4 and Xbox One, while ROI is out for PS4 and Xbox One.
Thanks to YouTuber Mtashed, folks will get a nice glimpse at some of the so-called “best” weapons when firing up Rise of Iron. Now, I know that these weapons are subjected to one’s opinion, but overall they contain some good stats if you put them to proper use.
As of course, there will be better weapons in the future of Rise of Iron — or while progressing through Destiny. Additionally, these weapons can be used for both PvE and PvP, and may vary depending on your play-style.
The first weapon up on the list is the Palindrome. This mad hand-cannon is almost on par with the Eyasluna, and holds some pretty good perks.
The second weapon is the Last-Ditch 001. If you can find a god-tier role version, it can be on par with shotguns like the Party Crasher, and the Matador 64.
The next weapon is the Event Horizon. It has some specs that grant quite a bit of Aim Assist, and is almost like the Black Spindle. Kicking with high Impact (or high stopping power) can put down supers in one shot.
This now brings us to the Chaotic Neutral. This big beast of a heavy weapon spits bullets down range at a fast RPM. The weapon has its merits in other fields and holds its ground in both PvE and PvP, but all in all, Chaotic Neutral is a solid weapon.
Yes, I know, the CounterBalance is a good fusion rifle along with other vendor weapons, but I think you can get a better picture on why the four weapons are listed instead of some of the other vendor weapons thanks to Mtashed.
Again, these weapons may be subjected to change depending on your play-style and other end-game weapons, but they are pretty noteworthy if you are looking for some solid weapons.
Destiny is currently out now for PS3, Xbox 360, PS4 and Xbox One, while Rise of Iron is out for PS4 and Xbox One.