Destiny Rise of Iron goes live on September 20 and you want to be ready when that happens. We previously broke the news regarding the location of XUR in Destiny. Now we were able to find out the new perks Bungie added to the game through the new expansion. Here is the Destiny Rise of Iron Perks to look out for.

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Destiny Rise of Iron Perks

We couldn’t list all the perks so we decided to upload the screenshot here. You can take a look at all the perks in the picture. Anyways we decided to mention some really important ones here.

450 RPM – Sets firing behavior at 450 rpm. Grants bonus damage range

900 RPM – Sets firing behavior at 900 rpm. Grants bonus damage range

Bomb Disposal Shield – Take half damage when carrying the SIVA Charge

Classic Scope – Original Khvostov scope. Optimized for range and ability

Elksni Immunity – On Orb pickup, take less damage from the Fallen for a short time

Felwinter’s Covenant – Lose your Super, but take one extra grenade and melee charge, and small boosts to all stats. Orbs grant melee and grenade energy

Focused Firefly – While this perk is active, precision kills will cause the target to explode

Gheleon’s Wit – Grants a detailed radar which persists when sighting with primary weapons

Jolder’s Joy – Removes sprint cooldown penalty

Last Hope – Increased agility after becoming the last Guardian standing

Perun’s Prowl – Enemy Guardians with full supers and all enemies with low health are highlighted

Destiny is a first-person shooter video game developed by Bungie and published by Activision. It was released worldwide on September 9, 2014, for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One consoles. Destiny Rise of Iron is an upcoming major expansion for Bungie’s first-person shooter. The expansion is scheduled to be released on September 20, 2016, as the fourth expansion of Destiny.

Let us know what you think of the Destiny Rise of Iron Perks so far.


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