Last updated on September 9th, 2021 at 01:50 pm
Luna’s howl quest steps : Luna’s Howl is already a renowned weapon in Destiny history, not only because of its backstory (read it), but also because of its status as one of the game’s original pinnacle weapons and its previous domination in the Crucible prior to a nerf.
Here Are The Exact Quest Steps For Luna’s Howl In Destiny 2.
However, it’s still fairly good, and if you’re new to the game, it’s something you might want to explore in a given season.
As a result, I’ve produced a list of all the quest phases for the grind so you know what to expect. These days, Pinnacle quests are a little more basic with fewer steps, although Luna’s is a little more complicated. Here’s what you’ll need to do in order to obtain it.
Step 1: Play a total of ten competitive matches.
There is no pressure here because this is merely a complete, not a win. However, you may wish to start building your glory now in preparation for one of the final quest tasks later on.
Step 2: In competitive matches, get 150 hand cannon kills.
It’s entirely up to you which gun you pick to pursue this, as there are a plethora of good hand cannons available for Crucible these days.
Legendaries such Service Revolver, Trust, and Austringer, as well as exotics like The Last Word, Thorn, Malfeasance, and Ace of Spades, are among the top choices, many of which were not even available when the quest began.
Step 3: In Competitive matches, get 200 solar kills.
This may appear odd, but since Luna’s weapon is a solar weapon, it makes sense. These don’t have to be hand cannon kills; any solar kills, including abilities and weaponry, can suffice.
Jotunn is an excellent exotic choice for one-shot solar kills. Try Polar Lance or Trust as a solar primary that you can use more frequently.
Step 4: Play three rumble matches.
I’m not sure why this quest exists, but it can be completed in under 30 minutes. It makes no difference where you put it.
Step 5: In Competitive, get 100 precision hand cannon kills.
Step 2 is similar, except this time the kills must be precise. Given that accuracy kills will generally account for more than half of your hand cannon kills, this isn’t a significant concern. Continue to murder.
Step 6: Go to the Fabled in Glory playlist.
For most people, the next step is the most difficult. In any given season of Competitive, you’ll need 2100 points to unlock Fabled, and yes, this is a playlist where you lose points if you lose.
So, unless you’re a PvP pro, this is the actual grind. And if you are, you probably already have Luna’s and don’t need my tutorial. Choose a loadout that you’re most comfortable with; there’s no need for specific weapons now. Then start grinding.
Step 7: Go to Shaxx and get Luna’s.
That’s all there is to it. It’ll be a lengthy journey, but the only truly arduous phase will be the ascent to Fabled. I hope you’re able to finish it and enjoy a hand cannon that’s so new it even feels excellent on consoles. Enjoy.