Destiny 2: Xûr Locations And What Exotics Is He Selling (April 24-April 28)

It’s a weekend, which means Destiny 2 players have a little treasure hunt on their hands. As is usually the case, the Xûr has spawned somewhere in the world, and he comes bearing gifts. If you were hoping to add something cool to your arsenal, now’s as good a time as any.

Who Is The Xûr In Destiny 2?

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the concept of the Xûr, here’s a quick description. He’s an Agent of the Nine, who appears somewhere in the game world on a Friday. He’ll hang out there until the Tuesday of the following week.

While he’s around, you have the opportunity to buy some really cool loot from him. It’s an easy, surefire, but somewhat expensive way of getting your hands on Exotic gear, rather than relying on loot drops.

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Where Is He This Time Around?

So, where is has the Xûr popped up this time around? He’s on the Vex planet of Nessus. And he will stay there from April 24, 2020, until April 28, 2020. After that period is up, he’ll likely disappear until the following weekend, when he’ll spawn somewhere else, with some brand-new loot.

Once you make your way to Nessus, the Xûr won’t be very far. Spawn onto the planet at the Watchers’ Grave transmit zone specifically to make like easier for yourselves. From there, head northwest to the giant floating barge. It’s pretty hard to miss. You can hop onto it from the back, and the Xûr should be hanging out on the western side of the deck.

Players who are familiar with Destiny 2 know that this is always where the Xûr appears if he’s on Nessus. For those players, Calus’ barge must be a familiar sight at this point.

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What Can Destiny 2 Players Get From Him?

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What can you grab from him this time around? Well, there are six items that you can add to your collection. There’s a free item, called Five of Swords, but the rest of the exotics will cost you a pretty penny.

If you’re in the mood for a grenade launcher, the Fighting Lion for 29 legendary shards should do the trick. Otherwise, you have the Celestial Nighthawk helmet for Hunters, which costs 23 legendary shards, the Hallowfire Heart chest armour for Titans, or the Sanguine Alchemy chest armour for Warlocks, which also costs 23 legendary shards.

If none of these items interests you, though, and you have a lot of shards to spend, you can get your hands on some Exotic Engrams for 97 legendary shards.

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