Season 19 of Destiny 2 has begun in earnest, with players fighting it out to be the best, and exploring the new Spire of the Watcher dungeon to enjoy the game even more. There are some new weapons, along with the returning sets brought by Rasputin.
The primary group surrounds gun power dating back to the Warmind DLC almost half a decade ago. One of the favorites in the group is the newly versioned IKELOS_SR_v1.0.3, a sniper rifle with a Rapid-Fire Frame at 140 rpm and a new Origin Trait.
Nevertheless, you will not be getting Warmind Cells, as was the case five years ago. It can pack a pretty solid punch and will be perfect for players who prefer being on the move. The following guide will help players get the IKELOS_SR_v1.0.3, and the best god rolls for PvP and PvE combat.
Destiny 2: Season of the Seraph – How to craft IKELOS_SR_v1.0.3
There are two important ways to get the weapon in Season of the Seraph. The first is to merge four Resonate Stems through the Resonance Amp that you have. You will be able to hear an Override Frequency near the location revealed by the Amp, which gives off a red glow over a diamond-shaped cache that will reward you with an IKELOS.
Once you have it, players can go to the H.E.L.M. to focus the weapon via the IKELOS Weapon Focusing upgrade from Clovis.
The focusing will take the following items from you:
- One Umbral Engram
- 30 Seraphic Umbral Energy
- 4 Resonate Stems
- 50 Legendary Shards
You should also make sure that you are focusing on Red Frame Deepsight versions from Clovis. The IKELOS focusing and Deepsight come as the second and seventh upgrades on Clovis’ chart, and you will also require Exo Modules to progress.
For that, make sure you are completing Seasonal Challenges, including weekly quests and other methods.
Here are the stats of the IKELOS_SR_v1.0.3 in the Season of the Seraph:
- Stability: 39
- Reload Speed: 57
- Impact: 55
- Rounds Per Minute: 140
- Magazine: 5
- Handling: 67
- Range: 30
You will need five patterns for crafting the weapon, which can be done through The Enclave before leveling up to get a hold of the Enhanced perks in the game. That is why it is essential to get the Deepsight Focusing to upgrade to get a sure drop, as the other ones give a random chance.
Destiny 2: Season of the Seraph – What are the god rolls for IKELOS_SR_v1.0.3
Your primary focus with the sniper rifle should be to take down your opponents quickly. That is why Fluted Barrel is your best bet, as it dramatically improves your handling and stability. For the magazine, you should opt for Tactical Mag, which increases your size and decreases reload speed.
There is an excellent combination of the best perks: Overflow and Focused Fury. The latter is turned on when players can hit precision hits for half of the magazine, which automatically activates the former to double your magazine.
Additionally, once this is done, players only have a quarter of precision strikes to get more damage. Overflow awards you a bonus on ammunition you grab, so it is a win-win on both sides.
Fluted Barrel is again your go-to option, as the IKELOS_SR_v1.0.3 does not have Snapshot or Quickdraw. For the ammunition, go for Seraph Rounds that improve range and stability. Regarding the first perk, it is a tough choice between Perpetual Motion and Moving Target.
Perpetual Motion has some good options, but there are better ways to have it through the Moving Target, as you can maximize your mobility significantly.
The second perk consists of an Elemental Capacitor that significantly increases reload speed and handling, while High Impact Reserves gives bonus damage. Additionally, players can choose another perk if they have an Arc subclass.
Thus, that is all the information players will need to get their hands on the IKELOS_SR_v1.0.3 and how to best use it. It can become a solid option, primarily through PvP mode. That is why ensure you can get the weapon soon into the game, and you will be all set.
Last Updated on December 12, 2022
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