Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer is here and it’s time to elevate your fashion game. Along with new weapons, a 6 player activity, armor, story missions, and season pass, the heavily requested armor transmogrification feature is finally arriving. In this season, players will team up with the Fallen Captain Mithrax to stop the Vex from plunging Earth into total darkness. Along with all this new content, players can also experience the Vault of Glass raid for the first time in Destiny 2. However, for those looking for more of a challenge, the new Master difficulty setting for Vault of Glass was released this week and comes with unique loot for players to hunt. Dubbed”Timelost” weapons, these guns function similarly to Adept weapons, but with a few slight differences.
How to Get Timelost Weapons
Unlike other Adept weapons, you won’t get a Timelost weapon for simply completing an encounter or the raid itself on Master difficulty. Instead, you will need to complete the weekly raid challenge on Master difficulty to earn yourself a Timelost weapon. After you acquire a Timelost weapon, you can purchase it from the chest at the very end for 25 Spoils of Conquest. Remember, you have to unlock the Timelost weapon first for it to appear in the end chest, otherwise, you’ll only be able to buy normal guns and armor. Every week a new Timelost weapon will be available, starting with the Hezen’s Vengeance rocket launcher.
If you’re considering trying the Master difficulty Vault of Glass, I strongly recommend you bring a team with an average light of 1340 or above. While the raid isn’t different mechanically, there are a comical amount of Champions that appear throughout. Literally, every encounter has at least one type of Champion and the enemies hit significantly harder. Atheon is also a DPS (damage-per-second) check now, as he can soak up a ton of punishment. Because of this, you’ll want to ensure that you are high enough Power level, otherwise, this will be an extremely difficult (if not impossible) task.
Timelost Weapon Differences
There are two distinct differences between Timelost and regular Vault of Glass guns. The first is the gun’s appearance, which now sports a base, sleek chrome aesthetic. Unfortunately, this isn’t a shader you can apply to other guns, so it’s exclusive to the Timelost firearms. Perhaps the biggest change is there are two selectable perks in every single column. This means you not only have a higher chance to obtain a god roll for that gun but you’ll have more flexibility to mix and match how your weapon performs.
Additionally, Timelost weapons will get +3 to every stat but Impact when Masterworked and can take Adept Mods. If you don’t have Adept Mods, these have a chance of dropping throughout every encounter of the Master Vault of Glass. This raid also has a chance of reward Enhancement Prisms and Ascendant Shards, along with high stat armor. What stat will be high also rotates weekly similar to the Timelost weapons, so keep an eye out if you’re looking for a specific type of armor.
Vault of Glass Master difficulty is available on all platforms, so it’s time to venture into this raid for some premiere loot!