Destiny 2 Fatebringer Guide and God Roll: How To Get The Classic Destiny 1 Hand Cannon

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Destiny 2's Season of the Splicer has begun, and the Vault of Glass isn't the only piece of Destiny 1 content that's getting a facelift.

Alongside the returning Hung Jury and Vex Mythoclast, fans are likely itching to get their hands on Fatebringer, a legendary hand cannon.

Here's how to get it, and the rolls to look out for.

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How To Get Destiny 2 Fatebringer Guide

There's only one way you're getting your hands on Fatebringer - and that's in the Vault of Glass.

The weapon can drop from the Templar and Gatekeeper encounters of the reprised raid, but it's easier to farm rolls than you may think.

For one, once you have Fatebringer you can find it in some of the Vault of Glass' secret chests.

You can also re-roll using 20 Spoils of Conquest at the end of the raid.

Destiny 2 Fatebringer God Roll

Our preferred perks are as follows:

  • Hammer-Forged Rifling
  • Tactical Mag
  • Explosive Payload
  • Firefly or Frenzy

The perks here will boost the gun's range, while Tactical Mag buffs the magazine size. The other two perks dovetail nicely to create some nice bursts of damage that can affect multiple enemies.

For PvP, consider looking for Killclip or Opening Shot as your final perk.

For more on Season of the Splicer, check out our guide to the Cryosthesia sidearm.

We've also revealed how you can level up your Season Pass quickly.