Unlucky string Fate 2Exotics are overheard Fall of light continues when one player found the exotic rocket launcher not working properly after putting in a new catalyst. Bugs and crashes are not uncommon after a major release, and to Bungie’s credit, the studio is quick to fix these issues. However, Fall of light expansion resulted in an unusual number of bugs related to exotic weapons that caused serious community conversations are over Fate 2current state.


Exotic weapons in Fate 2 differ from Legendaries in that they offer players a choice of exotic power-ups that provide powerful bonuses upon activation. While some perks increase fire rate or other mechanical aspects such as weapons Fate 2Known SMG Osteo Striga and the Witherhoard Grenade Launcher have perks that can completely change how entire subclasses work. The key part Fate 2Exotic Armaments are catalysts available to selected weapons that change how exotic perks work, providing additional features or radically altering aspects of existing perks.

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in Fall of lightBungie has added a new catalyst for the Two-Tailed Fox, an exotic rocket launcher that came from Fate 2‘s Shadowkeep an extension capable of dealing with both Void and Sun, as its name implies. Following the naming pattern, the Catalyst adds the exotic “Third Tail” perk, which allows the weapon to fire a third missile that deals arc damage. Nodnakhs, a Fate 2 The YouTuber reported that the third missile is currently bugged and does not launch properly if the player moves forward. Nodnach clarifies that the weapon works as intended if moving in any other direction and while falling. While bugs can be presented in a strange way, an entire projectile disappearing into the ether is a fun presentation, albeit at the cost of effectiveness against enemies.

This problem can easily be avoided by staying in one place or moving from side to side during normal gameplay. However, considering Fate 2current chaotic endgame encounters and the slow-moving projectiles of the Two-Tailed Fox, this issue can be problematic for players looking to use the weapon as a DPS option. The Two-Tailed Fox with Catalyst on is now the best DPS contender among heavy weapons, with the added benefit of applying Volatile, Scorch, and Jolt debuffs to enemies. As players are prevented from moving to avoid DPS obstacles, the weapon may soon lose its relevance if the bug is not fixed.

The Two-Tailed Fox was a unique option among the plethora of exotic weapons, and even found a place in the DPS meta after changes in damage types changed its functionality. Players can only hope that Bungie fixes the Exotic Rocket Launcher soon a few other bugs Fate 2 weapons.

Fate 2 now available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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