If you're someone who's still enjoying one of the many draws of Destiny 2 for veteran players - the weapon farming - then you may well be after the Duty Bound Destiny 2 auto rifle. It's hard to go wrong by adding this particular weapon to your arsenal, so here are our tips on how to get it.
Duty Bound Destiny 2 Guide - How to Get This Weapon
Why would you want to get your mitts on the Duty Bound auto rifle? Well, this particularly Legendary weapon is a Kinetic one, and it rolls with some pretty good predetermined perks. To take advantage of its fire rate, you'll be able to maximize lethality by picking either Ricochet Rounds or Accurized Rounds. To cap that off, there's also the possibility of netting Rampage - where kills will increase your damage done, or Zen Moment - where simply pumping bullets into enemies will make your weapon more stable and easier to handle.
To actually pick up Duty Bound, however, is actually a matter of cracking into Nightfall. Specifically, you're going to have to complete the Savathun's Song Nightfall strike. As always, with Nightfall strikes, you're going to get the most bang for your buck if you're ramping up the challenge modifiers. Your chances of getting Duty Bound increase exponentially also if you're scoring well in Nightfall, which we take to mean over 200,000 points, which shouldn't be too difficult at this point in Destiny 2's life cycle if you've been a diligent Guardian. It is still going to be a matter of RNG to a large extent, so the only surefire way to get Duty Bound is to ensure that you're spending as much time in Savathun's Song as possible whenever it's available to you on rotation. If you want some help with other rewards that are Nightfall-exclusive, we put together a list of those too.
Now that you know how to pick up the Duty Bound Destiny 2 auto rifle, it's just a matter of ensuring that all the playlists line up so that you can have your chance at obtaining this particular Legendary. If you need a hand with anything else in Destiny 2, why not check out these tips and tricks that we've put together?