Destiny 2: How To Get Braytech Osprey And God Roll

Destiny 2: How To Get Braytech Osprey And God Roll – There has been a return of many former weapons in Destiny 2‘s latest season, and one of the favorites has been the Braytech Osprey. A High-Impact Frame Rocket Launcher of the Void class fires up to 15 rounds every minute.

There is also an Adept variation that players can target in the game, but that will test your skills. The following guide will help players get the Braytech Osprey, and its best god rolls for PvP and PvE combat. 

Destiny 2: How to Get the Braytech Osprey and Braytech Osprey Adept

Players looking for the Braytech Osprey must complete the Psi-Ops Battlegrounds: Moon Nightfall playlist on either Legend or Master difficulty. Players will find the Moon Nightfall going on a rotational basis so that you can attempt it right now.

To acquire the Braytech Osprey Adept version, you must repeat the process on the Grandmaster difficulty level, which is the toughest of the lot.

Destiny 2 - Braytech Osprey regular

It will certainly be no walk in the park, so make sure you are giving it your best shot whenever you go for it. The Adept weapon will increase all the stats by 3 points, and of course, you will be able to equip Adept mods as well.

Apart from going at it in the Psi-Ops Battlegrounds: Moon, you will also have to chance to buy either of them or both from Zavala. The normal version of Braytech Osprey will require 25 Legendary Engrams, 20000 Glimmer, and one Vanguard Engram.

The Adept weapon will set you back by 50000 Glimmer, one Engram, 10 Nightfall Ciphers, and 50 Shards. You can gain Nightfall Ciphers through Nightfall Strikes played on Grandmaster level as Platinum finishes give you two Ciphers and Gold finishes give you one. Here are the basic stats of the Braytech Osprey. 

  • Stability: 55
  • Rounds Per Minute: 15
  • Zoom: 20
  • Handling: 64
  • Velocity: 41
  • Recoil: 59
  • Reload Time: 3.56s
  • Blast Radius: 90
  • Reload Speed: 34

Destiny 2: What are the god roll for Braytech Osprey

Undoubtedly, Braytech Osprey is one of the best weapons to have for the PvE environment. It will make you one of the toughest to defeat in this situation, while the PvP scenario has a lot of better options if truth be told. 

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Destiny 2 - Braytech Osprey Adept

PvE God Roll for Braytech Osprey

For the barrel, players should opt for the Quick Launch as it will increase yours by Handling (+15) and Velocity (+10). The magazine to go with it is Impact Casing since it enhances the damage inflicted by 10% and an overall rise of 2.2%.

We advise going with Auto-Loading Holster for the third perk, automatically filling your weapon when kept away. We are keeping Lasting Impression in the fourth column since it will broaden your blast radius (+10) and damage.

We are keeping Vanguard’s Vindication for the Basic Origin Trait, which will give you a little health every time you land a final hit. 

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PvP God Roll for Braytech Osprey

Since it is not the best fit, there are few choices for players in this area. You can go with Smart Drift Control for the barrel as it raises Stability (+10), Handling (+10), Recoil (+15), and Velocity (+5), so you have a lot of bases covered.

We are going with High-Velocity Rounds as the magazine since it will enhance your Reload Speed (+10) and Velocity (+10). The third perk is best with Cluster Bombs, with every rocket strike spawning 8 Cluster Bombs.

The fourth perk we will keep for Chain Reaction since every final hit with Braytech Osprey will make an elemental damage blast over a three-meter radius. We will go with Vanguard’s Vindication for the Basic Origin Trait. 

Thus, that is all the information players will need regarding the Braytech Osprey and its Adept version. It is an excellent weapon to have, especially for PvE combat, and that is why you should opt to go for it currently or buy it later when you have the resources.

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Last Updated on August 31, 2023

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