If you played D estiny you may be familiar with Xur, the weekly Exotic item merchant. In Destiny 2 he's back, and now appears all over the map. This week, he's on Io. Giant's Scar landing zone
Xur's inventory this week consists of the following:
- Crimson, Exotic hand cannon: 29 Legendary Shards
- The Dragon's Shadow, Exotic Hunter chest: 23 Legendary Shards
- Ashen Wake, Exotic Titan gauntlets: 23 Legendary Shards
- Crown of Tempest, Exotic Warlock helmet: 23 Legendary Shards  Fated Engram: 97 Legendary Shards
Xur's inventory for 581 if you're at 600 power – one Light Above Your Collection. He also offers specific rolls on each armor piece each week, giving out different perks for the same pieces. We've highlighted any great rolls below.
The Crimson hand cannon arrived in Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris Downloadable content. However, Destiny players may recognize it as an offshoot of the fan-favorite weapon Red Death. Its first exotic perk is Banned Weapon which causes it to fire in three-round bursts. Its secondary perk. Cruel Remedy Crimson kills to heal the player.
Crimson is an awesome cannon, capable of doing some real destruction in the right hands. This is one of those weapons that players will either love or hate, depending on their preferences. Destiny or just love pulse rifles, this is an awesome weapon.
THE DRAGON'S SHADOW
In terms of Hunter exotics, Dragon's Shadow is only decent. Its exotic perk, Wraithmetal Mail wants to reload all of the Hunter's weapons when they dodge, which means increased movement and handling speed for a letter time after. This bonus is mostly valuable in PvP. However, Hunters have already received Pétropole and other excellent PvP exotics to take. If you're a hardcore PvP player or find yourself caught 2v1s frequently, pick this up.
This week's roll : Low mobility and high resilience, with a choice between resilience and recovery. Tier one gives a choice between unflinching fusion rifle aim, unflinching bow aim, and unflinching sniper rifle aim. Tier two offers scout rifle reserves and special ammo finders. This is an OK Roll for PvP, nothing to get excited about if you do not use snipers or fusions much.
Ashen Wake is one of the new exotics in Destiny 2: Warmind . Its main exotic perk is Bring the Heat which causes the Fusion Grenades to explode immediately in mid-air.
When other grenade related exotics like the armamentarium exist, Ashen Wake is a hard sell for your single exotic spot. However, the effect is still pretty fun to use, especially if you're accustomed to more instant gratification grenades like the Striker's Pulse Grenades. Titan enthusiast, pick these up.
This week's roll : High resilience, with a choice between resilience and recovery. Animal one offers between cannon loader, fusion rifle loader and impact induction – melee damage refunds grenade energy. Animal two gives the choice between shotgun scavenger and heavy ammo finder. This is a fantastic roll for PVP, and you should definitely pick it up this week.
Crown of Tempests
Crown of Tempests is a pretty great Warlock Exotic, if you like Stormcaller. This helmet's main perk, Conduction Tines causes Arc ability to reimburse your Arc abilities and increase the duration of your Super. Stormcaller, which is a great PvP Super now and decent for enemy clear in strikes and raids. If you do not have this helmet for your warlock,
This week's roll : Medium mobility and low recovery, with a choice between mobility and recovery. Animal one offers a choice between bow targeting, hand cannon targeting and hands on – melee kills grant super energy. Animal two gives the choice between shotgun reserves and heavy ammo finder. This roll is pretty decent in PvE, especially if you're an aggressive warlock player.