Destiny 2 Xur Location and Items for January 12

Mindy Sparks
January 13, 2018

Unlike Destiny 1, where Xur was always present in a social space, the mysterious vendor can now be found out in the exploration zones.

Xur is back for Destiny 2 players to spend their Legendary Shards on a selection of exotic armor, a unique exotic weapon, and a few special Xur-only consumables. This will provide you with an exotic armor piece that you don't already own. 44 Stand Asides are new exotic Titan boots in Curse of Osiris. Head to the Winding Cove waypoint then go due north towards the marker - you'll find him in the regular EDZ spot up by the crashed ship.

Although they're technically returning exotics from Destiny, the MK. These gauntlets improve the Skip Grenade for the Arcstrider subclass, and it also gives a second grenade charge.

Destiny 2 is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Any hits with those melee abilities will recharge a portion of the melee ability charge. Any time the player is wounded they will gain Rift energy and if they die the character leaves a Healing Rift on its corpse. This exotic has some great stats and some interesting perks.

Warlocks can purchase The Stag helmet for 23 Legendary Shards.

Destiny 2 - Where is Xur and What is He Selling - January 12, 2018, Week 17
Destiny 2 Xur Location and Inventory Guide for January 12 – January 15, 2018

The Fated Engram is new as of the December 12 update.

The Colony is one of the Exotic grenade launchers in Destiny 2, and it's now in stock at your favorite vendor. You can only get one per account, once a week.

Players can also buy Fated Engrams, which contain a new not-yet-obtained Exotic, for 97 Legendary Shards. It's a fun and effective weapon in the class, and if you don't know how to get the most out of them you really should put the time in to learn.

This old farming buff has returned from the Destiny graveyard to help you farm exotics. Also new as of December 12, Three of Coins is a four-hour buff that increases the odds of Exotic engrams dropping in the wild. Bungie clarified their effectiveness, and they don't seem particularly worth the steep Legendary Shard cost at the moment.


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