Where Is Xur Today? Destiny 2 Xur Location & Exotics Guide (Nov. 30-Dec. 4)

It’s been an exciting week for Destiny 2 players, as not only did it mark the start of Season 5 with a new update, but we learned about much of the content coming in Black Armory and in the coming months. The weekend has now arrived, which means a new visit from the mysterious merchant Xur. He has an array of Exotic items for sale, as you can see in the video above; here’s what he has and where to find him.

Finding Xur is no different in the new season than it has been over the past 15 months. This week, Xur is located on Nessus. Head to the Watcher’s Grave landing zone, hop on your Sparrow, and head straight and to the left. You’ll quickly see a giant tree; make your way to the base and climb the branch outward to find Xur.

Bungie has revealed new Exotics coming to the game, so does that mean Xur’s wares are more exciting than usual? If you’re asking that question, you probably already know the answer–nope. It’s another slate of Year One Exotics, with one weapon and one piece of armor each for Titans, Warlocks, and Hunters.

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The weapon is Riskrunner, the fun submachine gun that causes chain lightning to damage enemies. Hunters get the gauntlets Young Ahamkara’s Spine (giving you enhanced tripmines when causing ability damage). Warlocks get the Karnstein Armlets gauntlets (melee kills restore health). And Titans get the Armamentarium chest armor (providing an extra grenade charge). Yes, this means both Warlocks and Titans actually have the same items for sale as last week, though Year Two versions of armor do at least have the chance to sport different perks.

  • Riskrunner (Exotic submachine gun) — 29 Legendary Shards
  • Young Ahamkara’s Spine (Exotic Hunter gauntlets) — 23 Legendary Shards
  • Karnstein Armlets (Exotic Warlock gauntlets) — 23 Legendary Shards
  • Armamentarium (Exotic Titan chest armor) — 23 Legendary Shards

Xur also has the Fated Engram for sale, which is expensive but guarantees to decrypt into a Year One Exotic you don’t already own.

You have until the weekly reset on Tuesday, December 4 to visit Xur. That day is a big one for the game, as it marks the release of The Black Armory, the first of three expansions releasing as part of the Annual Pass. It introduces the aforementioned new Exotics, a new Raid, and other new content, but it doesn’t feature a new campaign. It does, however, increase the Power level cap to 650 (up from the current 600 max).

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This Week’s Xbox One Game Deals: Warhammer, BioShock, And More

Once again on Xbox Live, this week you can find discounts on digital Xbox One and Xbox 360 games across a number of genres. To get some of the deals, you’ll need an Xbox Live Gold subscription, while others are available to everyone. In either case, all of these discounts end on December 3. Let’s dive in and see what’s available.

If you got used to last week’s long lists of game deals, this week’s meager offerings might come with a harsh dose of reality. Not many games are on sale this week, but even so, you might find something worth buying. For instance, if you missed (or have nostalgia for) the BioShock series, you can grab BioShock: The Collection for just $15 / £11.25 this week. If you’re in a similar boat with Rockstar’s LA Noire, you can scoop up the Xbox One version for $20 / £17.50.

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More recent releases that may be of interest include the gothic action-RPG Vampyr for $30 / £25 or the sci-fi action-RPG Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr for $48 / £42.39. And if you’re looking for lighter fare, you can pick up Coffin Dodgers for $4.80 / £3.84 or Bridge Constructor Portal for $10 / £8.

You can find more games on sale this week below, including some on Xbox 360, or you can check out the full list on Major Nelson’s blog.

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Last Chance To Get 4 Free PS4 Games: PS Plus November 2018

Anyone with an active PlayStation Plus subscription who hasn’t yet downloaded November’s free games is running out of time to get them. All six games for PS4, PS3, and PS Vita will go back to regular price on Tuesday, December 4, when December’s PS Plus games go free.

On PS4, you can grab Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition, a remaster of the PS3-ear shooter from Epic Games. It’s an over-the-top action game that incorporates a deceptively clever skillshot system. In our Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition review, Scott Butterworth wrote, “the experience absolutely holds up: the skillshot system remains wildly fun and inventive, the weapons are still a gruesome joy, and the writing… well, it’s as distinctive as ever.”

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The other PS4 game is Yakuza Kiwami, a remake of the first game in a series that’s been making waves lately with Western audiences. It tells an intriguing story about Japanese gangsters, while also offering a buffet of side missions that range from delightful to absurd. Read our Yakuza Kiwami review for more information.

The PS3 games on offer in November are the multiplayer game Jackbox Party Pack 2 and the retro arcade-style collection Arkedo Series. And finally, PS Vita owners can pick up the adventure game Burly Men at Sea and a game styled after a B-movie from the ’70s called Roundabout. Both Vita games are playable on PS4.

Come December 4, these games will go back to regular price and be replace by December’s PS Plus games: Soma and Onrush for PS4, Steredenn and SteinsGate for PS, and Paper’s Please and Iconoclasts for PS Vita.

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Fortnite: Visit Crashed Battle Bus, Camel, Viking Ship Locations (Week 10 Challenge, Season 6)

Week 10 challenges for Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 6–now in its final week–have been revealed, and while they’re all pretty straightforward, one will require you to have good knowledge of the island. For Week 10‘s free challenges, developer Epic Games wants players to visit a Viking ship, a camel, and a crashed Battle Bus. In return, they’ll be awarded with five precious Battle Stars that can be put towards leveling up their Battle Pass and unlocking cosmetics. Here’s where to find all three locations.

If you’ve played a lot of Fortnite, you should have a pretty good idea of where to find these landmarks on the island. However, if you need a helping hand, we’re here to provide it. The Viking ship can be found on the southwest of the map at coordinates B6. It’s huge, so if you glide over there you will not miss it. The camel, meanwhile, is near Lucky Landing at the coordinates G9. Again, another one that you can’t miss. The Battle Bus is slightly trickier as it has moved recently. While it used to be around Shifty Shafts, it’s now at the map grid E3, which is to the west of Lazy Links.

All you’ve got to do to finish the challenge is head to those locations. However, make sure you finish the game–win or lose–as if you quit out immediately it will not count. To make things a little easier we’ve put together a video of ourselves completing the challenge, which you can watch above. Below you’ll find the exact locations of the three landmarks.

Fortnite Viking Ship, Camel, Crashed Battle Bus Locations

  • Viking Ship: Southwest at B6, on top of the snowy mountain
  • Camel: Northeast at G9, near Lucky Landing
  • Crashed Battle Bus: West of Lazy Links at E3

That’s just one of the challenges for Season 6, Week 10, alongside vehicle timed trials and other things. As previously noted, this is the final week of challenges for the season, which means it’s also the last week you can unlock the cosmetics tied to the Battle Pass for this season. Once it’s over, there’s no telling when they’ll be available again, so it’s worth spending some time finishing challenges from this week, and previous ones, so you can get everything you want.

It might seem daunting, but we’ve been putting together guides for all the hardest challenges week by week. If you use our Fortnite Season 6 complete challenge guide, you’ll get everything done in no time. You’ll want to act fast, as Fortnite Season 7 is just around the corner.

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Happy Death Day 2U Trailer Delivers Awesome Time-Loop Horror

Happy Death Day was one of last year’s biggest horror surprises–a smart, funny, scary slasher riff on Groundhog Day, about a woman who found herself trapped in a daily loop in which she was killed by a masked psycho. The sequel is titled Happy Death Day 2U and it arrives in February next year. The first trailer has now been released.

Jessica Rothe returns as unlucky student Tree, who seemingly broke the loop at the end of the first movie when she killed her murderous rival Lori. Unfortunately as the trailer reveals, the loop has restarted, with Lori somehow alive within it and out for revenge. It looks like another hugely entertaining mix of laughs and scares–check it out above.

Happy Death Day 2U is written and directed by Christopher B. Landon, who also helmed the first movie. It also stars Israel Broussard (Fear the Walking Dead), Suraj Sharma (Homeland), and Ruby Modine (Shameless). It’s produced once more by Blumhouse Films (Get Out, The Purge movies) and hits theaters on February 14, 2019.

In a recent interview with Collider, Rothe spoke about how Happy Death Day 2U isn’t just a standard horror sequel. “Chris has done this incredible thing where the sequel elevates the movie from being a horror movie into a Back to the Future type of genre film,” she said. “The sequel joins us right from where we left off, it explains a lot of things in the first one that didn’t get explained, and it elevates everything.

“I was really pleased to know that we weren’t just gonna be pushing all the buttons that people loved the first time, over and over again, ’cause I think that gets old.”

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Darksiders III Review – CheatCC

Darksiders III, in the situation its in, doesnt have that same kind of THQ money the previous games did, but it does its best and ends up being a fun romp, despite some glaring jankiness. But its never more than a romp, and some serious fundamental issues with its core combat mechanics keep it from shining alongside its obvious influences.

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