The 5 Best Last Wish Weapons in Destiny 2 Forsaken DLC

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The latest Forsken DLC for Destiny 2 introduces a new raid, Last Wish, and with it a whole batch of some exciting weapons. Here you will find five of the best normal raid weapons you can get as rewards in the Last Wish raid.

Each of these five weapons has something to offer, but the efficiency of using them mostly depends on your playstyle and preferences. Also, now the perk rolls for each of these weapons are completely random. So you can never actually get the same weapon.

If you're lucky, you will get a god roll that includes all the best perks. But in any case, with these five weapons you will always have a blast.

The Supremacy

This legendary rapid fire-frame sniper rifle is a beast. It has an ultra-light barrel that greatly increases handling speed and stability. It can use ricochet rounds, that ricochet off hard surfaces that adds to the unexpected results, and armor-piercing rounds.

One of the random perks, Rapid Hit, gives it even higher damage when it's quickly reloaded after the kill. You could also get a larger magazine, but the best perk on this beauty is probably Genesis. It can potentially fill its magazine from reserves after breaking a combatant's shield, which wouldn't be too hard taking into account the impact of The Supremacy.

Techeun Force

If you're out of ammo, you can switch to this amazing energy weapon with adaptive frame. Actually, rapidly swapping to this weapon is highly recommended in many situations due to the Backup Plan trait, which grants reduced charge time and increases handling speed. 

Apart from that you can count on higher damage from the rounds coming at the end of the magazine. Since this is an energy weapon, it has various ways of getting a lower recharge time and increased range. Many random perks have these effects so you should be able to have them almost every time.

Age-Old Bond

Now here's something different for a change. A new rifle that has low fire rate, but extremely high damage and range. The interesting thing is that it has a lot of perks that increase its range even further, so if you like sitting in one place and aiming at the enemies through a scope, then this is definitely the weapon for you.

Just like in the case with The Supremacy, you can get ricochet rounds that may increase the random damage of your rifle, which at times can be really useful.

Transfiguration

Transfiguration is very similar to Old-Age Bond in terms of fire rate and overall impact. It's a great weapon for long range, but as usual with these types of rifles, it's not very good for close or mid range shooting.

This weapon has a Kill Clip perk that increases damage when reloading after a kill. You can also increase its stability, which is a very important stat for this type of weapon, by simply causing damage.

It is also recommended to fully empty the magazine while shooting and reload right after, which will result in faster reload speed.

Chattering Bone

Lastly, it's time for the one of the best pulse rifles in the game -- Chattering Bone. One of its main traits is the Headseeker, which increases precision with each body shot. This alone puts Chattering Bone apart from the rest of the rifles.

With the help of Rangefinder perk you will be able to increase the range of the shots by simply zooming in. The Chambered Compensator in combination with armor-piercing bullets make up a god roll for this type of weapon, and can easily remove any kind of protective shields off the enemies.

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Published Sep. 13th 2018

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