Destiny 2 – How to get Corrective Measure (Legendary Machine Gun)

Corrective Measure is a returning machine gun from Destiny 1 returned to us this season with the Vault of Glass raid. Today I am going to look at the stats, the god roll perks for PVE and PVP plus how to get Corrective Measure in Destiny 2.

Corrective Measure is a Legendary Power Machine Gun with an Adaptive Frame meaning it has a well-rounded grip, reliable and sturdy. Looking at the stats we have Impact 41, Range 57, Stability 61, Handling 48, Reload Speed 49, Rounds Per Minute 450 and Magazine 59.

Corrective Measure God Roll Guide for PVP and PVE

For PVE Arrowhead Brake, Accurized Rounds, Rewind Rounds and Firefly would be a great roll. Arrowhead break helps control the recoil and increases handling speed. Accurized rounds give you that boost in range, meaning you can stay back while firing this machine gun. Rewind Rounds is the Vault of Glass exclusive perk where when the magazine is empty it’ll refill from reserves based on the number of hits. Finally, we have Firefly, another returning perk from Destiny 1, where precision kills with the weapon increase reload speed and causes the target to explode, dealing solar damage to nearby enemies.

For PVP Extended Barrel, Extended Mag, Dynamic Sway Reduction and Tap the trigger would be a decent roll for PVP. Machine Guns aren’t in a great place for PVP at the moment, so I probably would choose something a little more suited to PVP like Rockets, Swords or a Grenade Launcher in the Power slot. But it’s worth testing and seeing what works for you.

How to get Corrective Measure

To get this one it’s a random drop from encounters in the Vault of Glass raid. This is the only place in the game you can get this machine gun to drop. Corrective measure can drop from 1st encounter, Conflux, 3rd encounter, Templar andthe 5th encounter, Atheon. This means you have 3 chances in the raid for it to drop for you, and if you have 3 guardians, then 9 chances per week.

Let me know what you think of Corrective Measure, and if it holds up to your memories from D1, or if you are new to the weapon, how does it compare to other machine guns in the game?

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