Season of the Seraph

How to get Revision Zero’s Frenzy Refit Catalyst (Should You Choose To Accept It, Part 1 quest) in Destiny 2

Revision Zero’s first catalyst is available in Destiny 2, and it allows us to personalize and improve the Exotic Pulse Rifle. This is the first of 4 catalysts, which takes us through a few quest steps and Operation Seraph’s Shield on Legend difficulty. Today I am going to walk you through all the quest steps, then show off the new and improved Revision Zero.

Without further delay, let’s dive into the quest.

How to get the Frenzy Refit Catalyst

First of all you’ll need to pick up the quest ‘Should You Choose To Accept It, Part 1’. You’ll be able to get this from the Exo Frame, in the H.E.L.M. once you have completed the story mission in weel 4 of Season of the Seraph. Once you have a chat with Ana Bray on the holoprojector, then it’s time to speak to the Exo Frame, and they will give you the quest.

Step 1 – Return to the Archimedes Annex

For the first step in the quest, you’ll need to go back to the Archimedes Annex and download the cryptographic index. This can be found on the map of the H.E.L.M. and you have to navigate to the Warmind Launch Facility. Make your way through the mission as normal, beat the boss at the end and you’ll get the cryptographic index.

Step 2 – Visit Europa

Next up, you want to visit Europa. You can select any landing point, and as soon as you load in you’ll get a prompt for another step, where you have to decrypt the cipher.

Step 3 – Decrypt the cipher

For this step you’ll need to defeat combatants and complete patrols on Europa. It doesn’t take very long, it only took a couple of patrols for me plus killing a few enemies while I was trying to find the patrols.

Step 4 – Locate the Dead Drop in Perdition Lost Sector

Next up, make your way to Perdition Lost Sector on Europa, work your way through to the end, and next to the chest you’ll find a Hakke terminal. Interact with it, then stand back, otherwise it’s going to explode and kill you (like it did to me).

Step 5 – Find Weapon Schematic in Operation Seraph Shield

Next up you have to launch Operation Seraph Shield on Legend difficulty. I’d recommend going in with friends, clanmates or LFG guardians. It’s possible to do this solo, however, it’ll take you more time and hopefully it shouldn’t take you too long to team up with others.

You are looking for a weapon schematic, which can be found in the form of a dead exo. You can find the one you are looking for in the microwave room, where you have to navigate through the room with the floor tiles, get one wrong and you are fried. The dead exo is lying on the floor near the exit.

Step 6 – Complete Operation Seraph Shield on Legend

Complete the mission and you’ll get a couple of drops from the final chest. You’ll get the Intrinsic trait Hunter’s Trace II plus Frenzy Refit Catalyst, which can both be used to make Revision Zero better through the reshaping process at the Enclave.

Step 7 – Reshape Revision Zero

Finally, you want to make your way to the Enclave near Savathun’s Throne World. Make sure the weapon isn’t equipped, otherwise you won’t be able to reshape it, plus you’re going to need materials. Interact with the Relic and select Reshape, then select Revision Zero and you’ll be able to add Hunter’s Trace II plus the Frenzy Refit Catalyst. This improves Revision Zero where each rapid kill with the weapon progressively increases reload speed for a short time.

Revision Zero

Let’s have a look at Revision Zero since it’s upgrade.

As well as the functional change with increasing the reload speed after every kill, we also get a cosmetic change too through the longer barrel. This is a nice touch and gives us a peek into how Bungie are thinking about weapons going forward. I understand Mercules worked on this weapon, if you’ve been following Destiny 2 content creation you’ll recognise that name from Destiny Massive Breakdowns and DCP Firing Range, among other podcasts. Big congrats to Merc for this weapon, not only does it feel great in PVE, but its decent in PVP too. I really like the week to week evolutions, and I am looking forward to the Outlaw Refit, which is coming in a few weeks time.

I’m liking what Bungie is doing with this multiple catalysts idea, plus allowing us to modify the look and feel of a weapon. Hopefully this is a glimpse of things to come and a peek into the future of Exotic weapons in Destiny 2.

Let me know in the comments what you think of Revision Zero’s first catalyst, and let me know what you think of Operation Seraph Shield on Legend.

That’s it for this guide for how to get Revision Zero’s Frenzy Refit Catalyst, plus how to complete Should You Choose To Accept It, Part 1 in Destiny 2. For more Destiny 2 content like this check out This Week In Video Games on YouTube and subscribe today.