Destiny 2: Twilight Oath Godroll Guide

Destiny 2 Guides for Weapons

Destiny 2 during Season of the Splicer has been trying to treat fans. And now we’re getting sunsetted weapons returning. in this instance a returning fan-favorite Sniper has been added to the game again. Bungie had originally removed a powerful Legendary Sniper Rifle, Twilight Oath, during the release of Beyond Light. So seeing it return is pretty big news to some players.

So here’s what to expect from the returning weapon, as well as what to aim for when trying to get that Twilight Oath Godroll in Destiny 2. Keep in mind that the stats have changed from the original version, so it won’t be quite the same, even at its best rolled.

How to get Twilight Oath in Destiny 2

The Twilight Oath drops are exclusive to Dreaming City activities within the game. You need to do Weekly Missions to have a roll. Other options are completing the Shattered Throne as well as Blind Well. Loot drops at the end of these runs have a chance of the returning Legendary being within. Now that you know how to roll for it, here’s what to expect.

Twilight Oath Stats

Since the Legendary is returning, players want to know how good it is. Below are the base weapon stats for the Twilight Oath. It’s a long-range weapon, so it has a few downsides with close-in accuracy. PVP might be a little hard with this weapon.

Base Stats Hidden Stats
Impact: 55 Aim Assistance: 70
Range: 34 Inventory Size: 45
Stability: 42 Zoom: 35
Handling: 68 Recoil: 59
Reload Speed: 62 Bounce Intensity: 41
Rounds per Minute: 140 Bounce Direction: Tends Right
Magazine: 5

Twilight Oath PvP God Roll

  • Hammer-Forged Rifling, Full Bore, or Corkscrew Rifling.
  • Accurized Rounds
  • Killing Wind, Surplus *(Situational)
  • Snapshot Sights
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Your damage bonus is pretty open here, so with what you like.  Anything that boosts Range without sacrificing other stats is good here. Snapshot Sights and Killing Wind are two must-haves for most PvP players. These two when combined with the range of the weapon at base are super great for nailing headshots. You can take out many players before they even see if you move fast enough.  There is an argument to be made to go for the Surplus bonuses based on your build, though. Accurized Rounds is always going to be best when trying to get either combos of Snapshot and Killing Wind/Surplus. The bonus to Range just can’t be beat.

Twilight Oath PvE God Roll

  • Fluted Barrel 
  • Appended Mag, or Extended Mag
  • Surplus
  • Vorpal Weapon

Since Vorpal Weapon was added to the drop pools for the weapon, as was announced last month, it’s a good thing to have for PvE. The Twilight Oath Godroll has a bit more flexibility here as you want to focus on clearing more than anything else. Clearing mobs is kind of hard with single-shot weapons like this, so you’re going to want to focus on getting as many shots as possible. Fluted Barrel is a great option here for better accuracy while rushing to get shots on a target. Surplus is better here thanks to the much more reliable bonus compared to PvP. As for ammo mods, you’re pretty open. You probably want Appended Mag for that extra ammo. If you’re fighting at longer range and can deal with the reload speed penalty, Extended is OK too.

There you have it, the best Twilight Oath Godroll in Season of the Splicer for both activities.

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