Xur: The Agent of Nine has graced Destiny 2 with his presence and has brought a bunch of goodies for veteran and newbie guardians out there.
Happily this system remains nearly the same with the sole change that you'll be collecting Legendary Shards instead of Strange Coins. A good thing too, because Xur can appear on planets now, not just in the main social areas. This week, he's near the Watcher's Grave fast travel point on Nessus, and there's a helpful icon on the planet map to show you where he is.
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Where is Xur's location today and what's Xur selling? If you are in search of the vendor who possesses exotic items, armor pieces and weapons, this guide aims to help you not only find him but what to buy. Xur will only stick around for the weekend, starting Friday.
In Destiny you could earn Strange Coins by completing special events and activities like Raids and by dismantling any Exotic weapons and armour pieces that you've collected and don't need anymore. It would be great in the future if he had some sort of Legendary Shard sink. Every week, there's a chance Xur will carry one of these special weapons. This will now provide gamers with some extra reasons to consider how they want to spend Legendary Shards.
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More locations and inventories coming soon.
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