Guardians are constantly on an endless grind to obtain the best weapons and armor in Destiny 2. As a result, it’s not uncommon for players to discover game-breaking bugs in order to reap the new rewards that come with a new season. That is exactly the case this season with the Artifice Armor in Lightfall. There is currently an exploit to farm this armor, but it may not last long. So keep reading to find out how to farm the Artifice Armor while you still can.
How to Farm Artifice Armor in Destiny 2
You can farm the Artifice Armor in Destiny 2 in the Duality Dungeon. In this dungeon, you have to battle the Nightmare of Gahlran boss. However, we can’t say it’s much of a fight. That’s because players have found an exploit where, if you draw the boss to the edge of the map and get him to lung at you, he’ll launch himself straight off the map, killing himself. Furthermore, thanks to the new Strand Subclass, you can use the Strand Grapple to get yourself back to safety.
After you successfully pull that off, you just have to wipe out his remaining minions. Then just like that you can open the chest and have a chance at earning the Artifice Armor. With that said, using this trick, it’s just a matter of time before you get your hands on the Artifice Armor. Moreover, using to farm the armor for a second, third, and fourth set; as many, as you can while the Duality Dungeon is in rotation.
Bungie, on the other hand, is usually quick to fix these exploits. And, with the Duality Dungeon on rotation, the bug will more than likely be fixed by the time it cycles back in. But, we’ll just have to wait and see if that’s the case the next time the dungeon comes around. Until then, you might as well take advantage of and farm as much Artifice Armor while you still can. Because this is a legendary piece of armor, you don’t want to pass up the opportunity to obtain it while it’s still fairly easy to do so.
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