How to get Burden of Guilt (Trials Fusion Rifle) Plus God Roll Guide in Destiny 2

Burden of Guilt is a stasis damage-dealing Fusion Rifle added into the game as part of Season of the Haunted. It’s an adaptive frame Fusion, plus it’s got some fantastic perks, which is going to make this one a very popular choice for fans of Stasis weapons. Today I am going to dive into the stats, perks, and god rolls to chase for PVP and PVE plus look at how to get Burden of Guilt in Destiny 2.

Burden of Guilt is a Legendary Kinetic Fusion Rifle with an Adaptive Frame meaning it has a well-rounded grip, reliable and sturdy. Looking at the stats we have Impact 70, Range 41, Stability 39, Handling 32, Reload Speed 31, Charge Time 660, and Magazine 6.

We’ve already been spoilt this season with stasis kinetic fusion rifles, with the excellent Riptide added into the game, but Burden of Guilt may be even better, given it’s a Trials weapon, meaning we’re going to be able to add adept mods onto it, plus we have the origin trait for Trials weapons too. Burden of Guilt gives us even more options in the kinetic slot, which is especially good for Warlocks with the Rain of Fire Exotic boots.

Burden of Guilt God Roll Guide

For PVE Perpetual Motion and Chill Clip would be a decent roll.

Arrowhead Brake – Greatly controls recoil, increases handling speed
Accelerated Coils – Faster charge time
Perpetual Motion – This weapon gains bonus stability, handling, and reload speed while the wielder is in motion.
Chill Clip – Direct hits with the top half of the magazine cause a detonation that slows nearby targets.

For PVP Perpetual Motion and Vorpal Weapon would be a good roll.

Chambered Compensator – Increases stability, Moderately controls recoil, Slightly decreases handling speed
Liquid Coils – Increases impact damage, slower charge time
Perpetual Motion – This weapon gains bonus stability, handling, and reload speed while the wielder is in motion.
Vorpal Weapon – Increased damage against bosses, vehicles, and Guardians with their Super active.

How to get Burden of Guilt

To get this one you have to play Trials of Osiris to earn Trials engrams from ranking up with Saint-14. Trials is only available at the weekends, from Friday at reset until Tuesday at reset, and what you’ll want to do is speak to Saint-14 in the Tower, pick up a passage, then run Trials matches. When you rank up, you’ll get a Trials engram, and then you’ll want to hand this into Rahool. He will then give you a random weapon or piece of armour, and hopefully the new Burden of Guilt Fusion Rifle.

Once you have the weapon, you’ll be able to focus engrams with Saint-14 for random rolls of Burden of Guilt. If you don’t get the roll you are looking for the first time, then keep trying to get engrams, and you’ll get one eventually.

Let me know in the comments what you think of Burden of Guilt, and let me know your top rolls.

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