How To Get The Recluse In Destiny 2

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“Power creep” is one of the problems of several video games with newly released content. It usually occurs when games introduce new abilities or weapons, leaving older ones underpowered in comparison.

How to Get the Recluse in Destiny 2

Destiny 2’s Recluse is an old weapon, but it can hold its own. Today, a lot of players speak highly of it despite having newer weapon options.

Make sure you read this article to the end to find out how to get the Recluse in Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 comes with the weapon's stats and unique features. Before we get into how you can get the Recluse you’ll understand why the Recluse remains a viable choice for PvP game modes today.

The Recluse Stats and Features

The thing you’ll likely notice on the Recluse is its Legendary rarity. It’s a submachine gun and boasts a high rate of fire. The Recluse is lightweight, it allows players to move and shoot swiftly.

The submachine gun can deal Void damage, shooting at a rate of 900 RPM at full auto. You’ll be able to replenish your supplies immediately from kills. You need to take every opportunity to pick up some ammunition, as the high fire rate and its perks will burn through magazines before you notice.

These are the Recluse’s stats

15 Impact

41 Range

52 Stability

67 Handling

35 Reload Speed

36 Rounds in the magazine

13 Zoom

67 Inventory Size

55 Aim Assist

100 Recoil

Next, let’s look at the Recluse’s Perks and what they do:

Ricochet Rounds

This Perk allows all players to shoot at hard surfaces and use them to deflect rounds and deal the same damage as before. You can hit your target this way. Ricochet Rounds increase stability and give a minor range boost.

Feeding Frenzy

Feeding Frenzy allows you to reload your weapon quickly. The condition for triggering this Perk is to score a kill. If you keep killing your enemies, you will be able to swap magazines rapidly and constantly.

Lightweight Frame

The Recluse is a light weapon that can handle like a dream. You will be able to draw, put away, aim down the sights, and move faster without the hindrance of weapon weight.

Polygonal Rifling

Polygonal Rifling helps to increase the stability stat. The higher your weapon’s stability, the less recoil you’ll get when firing your enemies. Polygonal Rifling advantage translates into higher accuracy.

Master of Arms

The Recluse can pump out bullets rapidly, but if you kill an enemy, Master of Arms will trigger. This Perk gives you a temporary damage bonus, and Feeding Frenzy to melt opponents as soon as they appear in your sights.

Recluse’s Perks are all geared towards PvP combat. You will be able to empty magazines, reload quickly, and continue firing, within a short time. In PvP, where reaction time, damage, and skill are essential, arming yourself with the Recluse will give you an advantage over some players.

The more aggressive you play the game, the more you can trigger Master of Arms and Feeding Frenzy. Both Perks are what help the Recluse shine, dealing severe damage per second.

The demand for the Recluse was high due to its attractive stats and Perks.

But, with the advent of new weapons, the Recluse has fallen off in popularity. That said, it’s not wise to underestimate older weapons.

Acquiring the Recluse

Recluse’s introduction is out of the way, we’ll move on to how you can get Recluse. The steps themselves are straightforward. But, it’s a process that some players don’t particularly enjoy.

This is how you’ll get the Recluse:

Visit Lord Shaxx.

By talking to him, you will be able to quest named “From the Mouths of Babes.”

Immediately this quest triggers, start playing in the Crucible.

Make sure you keep playing until you get to the “Fabled” Glory rank and win 100 Crucible matches.

Immediately you reach both requirements, you complete “The Stuff of Myth” Triumph.

After lots of grinding, return to Lord Shaxx and speak to him.

He congratulates you and gives you the Recluse.

If you already achieved the Triumph starting “From the Mouths of Babes,” you can restart Destiny 2 for the quest to trigger. Remember to restart after getting the quest, as doing so too early won’t help.

If you follow these instructions, you can get the Recluse immediately from Lord Shaxx.

You need to work your way up to Fabled and win 100 Crucible matches, we believe you’ll find some advice helpful.

Crucible Advice

The Crucible is an unforgiving place because some Guardians are playing to win. These are some tips to help you get the Recluse easier:

Try not to play solo

When you are playing alone it can work for you, you can encounter losing streaks easily and struggle to recover. When you find powerful PvP expert friends to play with, they’ll help make getting 100 Crucible wins less stressful.

If you can't find a Destiny 2 player, you can still play in the Crucible. You need to be prepared to experience losing streaks and stagnant growth, though.

Invest in powerful Gear

Power level isn’t a factor in the Crucible to make PvP balanced. But the Gear you equip makes a difference. There are six armor stats you should be aware of that can make a difference in a match:

Recovery for health regeneration speed

Resilience for damage resistance

Mobility for speed and jump height

Intellect for Super cooldown decreases

Strength for shorter melee attack cooldowns

Discipline to lower grenade cooldown

Depending on your playstyle, you can upgrade accordingly. Recovery is always welcome, you need to get back into the fight as soon as possible.

Bring your best load-out

If you have some powerful PvP weapons, bring them along. You need to win, that's why you need to make sure you don’t set yourself back. If your load-out wipes out the enemy team quickly and efficiently, stick to it.

Always keep the map in mind, as you’ll have to switch load-outs to accommodate it. Catering your weapons to the environment will work wonders.

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