Found Verdict is a returning shotgun from Destiny 1, found in the Vault of Glass Raid. This has the potential to be deadly in both PVE and PVP, as it has some great rolls available. Today I am going to look at Found Verdict, the stats and god roll guide, plus how to get the weapon in Destiny 2.
Found Verdict is a Legendary Energy Shotgun. This is an Aggressive Frame meaning it’s a hard-hitting, high recoil. Increases rate of fire after kill. Looking at the stats we have Impact 80, Range 38, Stability 30, Handling 45, Reload Speed 42, Rounds Per Minute 55, and Magazine 4.
Found Verdict God Roll Guide
For PVP Rifled Barrel, Tactical Mag, Slideshot and Opening Shot would be a good roll. Rifled Barrel gives you increased range, Tactical Mag improves reload speed and stability. Slideshot partially reloads the magazine and also boosts range and stability, so it’s perfect for PVP. Finally, Opening Shot gives you improved accuracy and range for the opening shot of the attack. Surplus and Killing Wind would be another decent roll.
For PVE Smoothbore, Accurized Rounds, Rewind Rounds, and Vorpal Weapon would be a decent roll to go after. Smoothbore gives you that increase in range, as does Accurized Rounds, which is always good for Shotguns whether you are in PVP or PVE. Rewind Rounds is a Vault of Glass specific perk, and when this weapon’s magazine is empty it refills from reserves based on the number of hits. Finally, Vorpal Weapon gives you increased damage against bosses, vehicles, and Guardians with their Super Active. Autoloading Holster and One-Two Punch would be another good PVE roll.
How to get Found Verdict
You can only get Found Verdict in the Vault of Glass Raid. This shotgun can drop from a couple of encounters in the raid including Conflux (1st encounter), Oracle (2nd encounter), and finally Gatekeeper (4th encounter). If you don’t have a team together from your clan, then you can always check out the This Week In Video Games Discord and ask in there – we have LFG across all platforms. Or you can use the Bungie Companion app or the Bungie website. The Bungie Companion app is available on iOS and Android, and the Fireteams section in there makes it very easy to find a raid team.
We also have the Timelost version of Found Verdict coming. That is likely to be coming with the increased difficulty version for Vault of Glass, coming on July 6th 2021.
Let me know down in the comments what rolls you got for Found Verdict, plus which rolls you are chasing. It’d be great to hear which activity you use it the most in.
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