Destiny 2 – How to get Royal Entry (Legendary Rocket Launcher)
Royal Entry is one of the playlist specific weapons added into Destiny 2 during Season of the Chosen. Today I am going to look at the weapon, the stats and god roll to chase for PVP and PVE as well as how to get Royal Entry in Destiny 2.
Royal Entry is a Legendary Power Rocket Launcher with a Precision Frame where this weapon fires a small auto-tracking missile. Missiles lock onto targets when aimed. Looking at the stats we have Stability 54, Handling 48, Reload Speed 36, Velocity 47, Blast Radius 65, Rounds Per Minute 15 and Magazine 1.
Royal Entry is comparable to Subzero Salvo, which is another precision frame rocket launcher. Comparing the two Royal Entry has +9 on stability, +1 handling, -5 reload speed, -6 velocity and the same for blast radius, rpm and magazine.
Royal Entry Perks and God Rolls
For PVP Quickdraw and Cluster Bomb would be a good roll, as getting the rockets into your hands and then firing off a round that ends up in a cluster bomb could take out more than one Guardian if you are lucky. Quickdraw and Wellspring would be another decent PVP roll.
For PVE Field Prep and Chain Reaction would be good, or maybe Field Prep and Lasting Impression. Field Prep is good as you get increased ammo reserves, faster reload, stow and ready when you’re crouching. Lasting Impression is a good new perk, and this is where your rocket sticks in your enemy and then blows up a few seconds later.
How to get Royal Entry
To get this one you’re going to have to run strikes or nightfalls, as this is a playlist specific weapon. There’s a random chance to get this to drop at the end of matches much like Bottom Dollar for Gambit and Frozen Orbit for Crucible. One of the good things about farming this weapon, especially if you are running nightfalls is you can double up on farming for old weapons like Palindrome, The Swarm or Shadow Price whilst farming for this one too.
Argent Ordnance is a decent mod to pick up and use with rockets as it gives you a 20% buff to rocket damage. Once activated Argent Ordnance promises ‘dealing damage to a powerful combatant gives you a major increase to rocket launcher damage for a short time, consuming one stack of charged with light’.
When you are Charged with Light you’ll see a buff called Godslayer Warheads active, so you’ll know its time to fire off those rockets. Across the board, Argent Ordnance gives about a 20% buff to rockets, which isn’t too bad. To get Charged with Light you can do this through Taking Charge or the new Elemental Well Mod called Elemental Charge.
Let me know down in the comments what you think of Royal Entry in Destiny 2 and let me know what rolls you have got.
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