Today’s Destiny 2 Xur location: Xur, where have you been this week? What is it that he is trying to sell?
Bungie will reveal the Destiny 2 Xur location later today when the elusive merchant returns to the map with weapons and gear.
Bungie has brought the merchant back, and the Xur location for October 1 has been confirmed for Nessus, where he can be found standing in the huge tree on one of the limbs at The Watcher’s Grave.
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(Everything went for 50 Legendary Shards and 1000 Glimmer.)
Hunters can purchase Ancient Apocalypse Legendary Armour sets from Xur.
In Destiny 2, where is Xur now? Many Guardians will be asking themselves this question as they attempt to trade their Glimmer and Legendary Shards for something more lethal.
For those unfamiliar with Destiny, each week sees the Agent of the Nine, Xur, return to a certain area of one of the game’s worlds, bringing with him an array of exotic gear, Legendary weapons, and an armour set.
For a limited time, these can be exchanged for a combination of Glimmer and Legendary Shards.
Xur will be back on the map today and will remain there until the next weekly reset on October 5. Xur is expected to arrive about 6 p.m., as he has been in the past, and will be one of the key foci for today.
While the Iron Banner is in full swing, other major PvP activities are taking a break and will return alongside Xur.
As a result, you won’t be able to complete the Trials of Osiris this weekend, leaving the merchant as the major attraction.
While Trials will be taking a break, Bungie did share the following analysis of how it performed last week, telling Guardians today: “Solo win rate remained high at 27%.” Before allowing the faultless pool, the solo blowout rate was 37%, but it reduced to around 30% afterward. All of these are consistent with the second week.
“Non-competitive matchups (5-0/5-1) were at 55% on Friday/Saturday and 51% on Sunday/Monday, which was quite consistent with week two.
“Aside from early-in-card matchmaking protection causing a little uptick (up to 75s) throughout the middle of the night in North America, we experienced solid sub-50-second matchmaking timings all weekend,” Brinkwire Summary News said.