Telesto is a unique fusion rifle weapon in Destiny 2 . Instead of firing at energy bolts that kill something just like normal fusion rifles, the Telesto launches mines that stick to the ground or targets before exploding. And Bungie has disabled it because it has ruined part of his game … again.
With Telesto's latest bug, players can get their Super back in record time – to be exact, about five seconds. This error occurs in both PvE and PvP. This means that players using the exploit can spend an entire game against other players with their most powerful ability.
To create the exploit, players equipped an armor piece with armor 1
For some reason, the Telesto mines are considered kills that trigger the mods stacking in ways they should not, to give tons of super energy at once. If you're looking for a visual representation, watch the video of Destiny 2 from YouTube content creator Ehroar at the top.
However, this is not Telesto's first rodeo that destroys destiny. Over the last year, players have used similar disruptions to skip entire activities. Wave-based Blind Well mode allows players to simply fire Telesto shots to complete the percentage of enemies killed. In the Menagerie earlier this year, the players were able to shoot Telesto in the Gauntlet over the finish line to end the race immediately.
Even this weekend, after Bungie removed the item, Telesto was still causing problems. See Vayden's video above for a preview of Telesto imprinting on other weapon models. Instead of the Coldheart of Lord of Wolves model, Telesto shoots a laser beam or a burning splinter. This was because Bungie disabled Telesto while Vayden had it outfitted.
At this time, we do not know when Bungie will allow Telesto back to the wild.