Destiny 2 Steelfeather Repeater – How to Get It

The Steelfeather Repeater is a new weapon now available for Destiny 2 players to acquire.

The Season of Dawn has arrived in Destiny 2, and it has brought a variety of new things for Guardians to experience and acquire. One of the new weapons that players can earn in Season of Dawn is the Steelfeather Repeater auto rifle. Fortunately, we have everything you need to know when it comes to obtaining the Steelfeather Repeater covered for you. 

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Destiny 2 Steelfeather Repeater

Destiny 2 Steelfeather Repeater

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Players will find that this particular weapon is one of two rewards they can earn by completing runs of the new Sundial activity through the Obelisk located on the Tangled Shores. The Tangled Shores Obelisk will start to offer the weapon as a reward after you have collected 50 Sundial components and then filling up a progress bar by collecting ability kills and super kills, while also securing orbs of light. 

Members of the community will see that the Steelfeather Repeater is a legendary kinetic auto rifle that has the Rapid-Fire Frame perk, which allows for deeper ammo reserves and slightly faster reloads when the magazine is empty. 

There is no doubt that there will be plenty of players who will be grinding away to add the Steelfeather Repeater to their inventories through the duration of Season of Dawn in the popular title. 

Would you like to learn more about Destiny 2 besides how to get the Steelfeather Repeater weapon? If so, be sure to check out our dedicated hub for the high-profile looter-shooter or our three most recent pieces of coverage below:

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