How to get the Telesto Catalyst in Destiny 2
The Telesto Catalyst in Destiny 2 is one of those many Exotics and Catalysts headed for the content vault when Beyond Light launches. When that new content drops, various Raids, Strikes, and open-world areas will be gone from the game for some time. So if you’re in the mood for some farming, here’s how to get one of the Catalysts you might want to grab, the Telesto Catalyst.
The Telesto Catalyst is a very powerful weapon that gives you both more ammo and better DPS. This weapon generates Orbs on multikills and displays the number of enemies defeated by using it. When upgraded to a Masterwork, this weapon receives additional bonuses. Troubles arise when you need to farm for it though. The weapon is meant to be a reward for the Prestige Eater of Worlds Raid. This six-person Raid will be tough as nails solo, but there’s a way around most of it.
Really, you only need to get to the “Ring Chest” at the end of the Raid and collect the reward inside. And luckily for you, dear reader, there’s a way to glitch it.
If you’re looking for a video guide on the whole solo farming process for the Telesto Catalyst in Destiny 2, check that out below.
Destiny YouTuber Esoterickk has broken down the whole process, showing the best way to farm for this Catalyst. The process involves using a specific build and basically glitching your way through a certain mission on Leviathan, to bypass much of the content and get the chest at the end. Assuming Bungie doesn’t patch the glitch, here are all the details you need to know, including the build and other items you need to bring along.
The glitch is quite advanced though, as it requires some very tight timing and skill at the game to pull off reliably.
You can of course just go about farming the raid with a full team. And it’s recommended if you’re newer to the game and haven’t played through the raid before to learn the ropes. The experience will also be helpful when you need to take on harder raids, especially when the new expansion drops this year.
And keep in mind that this Raid will move to a new location off of Leviathan come September, so this glitch likely gets fixed then. So if you really want the catalyst, now is the time to grab it.
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