Season of the Haunted

How to get Trespasser (Exotic Sidearm) Plus Weapon Review in Destiny 2 Season of the Haunted

Trespasser is an Exotic Sidearm added to Destiny 2 as part of Season of the Haunted. This is a returning Exotic, and it has the potential to be one of the best Sidearms we have in the game. Today I am going to look at the stats and exotic perks, check out the catalyst, what it does, plus how to get Trespasser in Destiny 2.

Trespasser is a weapon returning from Destiny 1. However, it’s been given a rework, much like other returning exotics. This is an Exotic Energy Sidearm, dealing Arc damage, but it’s the perk Unrepentant that really makes the difference.

  • Unrepentant – Reloading after defeating a target causes the next burst to be a longer, more powerful superburst.
  • Be the Danger – Final blows with Unrepentant superbursts automatically reload your weapon and provide an Unrepentant superburst.

Looking at the stats we have Impact 75, Range 39, Stability 85, Handling 53, Reload Speed 33, Rounds Per Minute 491 and Magazine 30.

Unrepentant is the one though. If you reload after a kill, then the next shot is going to be superpowered. This gives you the ability to chain together a bunch of super-powered shots, as long as you’re getting final blows with the weapon. This is great for PVE, but I can already see the montages in PVP with this one. The super-powered shots are six round bursts rather than three, which makes is much more substantial, and more likely you’ll take down that enemy standing in front of you.

Sidearms are also going to be in fashion this season, as we have an anti-barrier champion mod on the seasonal artefact. Our Nightmare Harvester acts as the artefact this season, and the sidearm mod is one of the first that can be unlocked, so Trespasser is going to be useful in Lost Sectors and also Nightfall content too.

How to get Trespasser

Trespasser is available on the season pass for both free-to-play players and paid players. If you own the season pass for Season of the Haunted, then you’ll get access to this weapon instantly, but if you are free to play then you’ll have to wait until rank 35. You will also be able to unlock an ornament for the weapon at season rank 100. This is going to be a very effective weapon in both PVE and PVP game modes, so definitely recommend picking this one up as soon as you can on either track of the season pass.

How to get the Trespasser Catalyst

Once you have picked up the weapon, Banshee-44 will have the quest for the catalyst. This quest is called No Trespassing. Compared to previous exotics, this one is relatively quick and straightforward (looking at you Witherhoard Catalyst). You have three steps to complete for the Exotic Catalyst and once you’ve done that you’ll be able to equip it. Once you have the catalyst, you’ll need 700 kills to power up and enable the catalyst, so go to your favourite place in the game for doing that. For example, The Shuro Chi location in the Last Wish Raid, the Altars of Sorrow, or combine it with farming seasonal loot on the Leviathan.

The Trespasser Catalyst adds Tunnel Vision to the Sidearm, which is a decent PVP perk. Tunnel Vision increases target acquisition speed and aim down sight speed for a short duration once players defeat a target and reload.

Let me know what you think of the returning Trespasser down in the comments.

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