Destiny 2’s “Season of the Witch” has brought forth a rejuvenated Monte Carlo, an Exotic Auto Rifle that’s now ready to showcase its true capabilities. This article delves into the intricacies of Monte Carlo, its newly introduced catalyst, and the steps to acquire it.
Originating from the first Destiny game, Monte Carlo has always been recognized for its distinctive feature: a formidable bayonet as long as the rifle itself. Yet, for years, this bayonet remained a mere decorative piece. Now, the tides have turned, and Monte Carlo is poised to rise to prominence.
How to get Monte Carlo catalyst in Destiny 2?
For those eager to harness the power of Monte Carlo’s catalyst in Destiny 2, the path is straightforward but relies heavily on chance. Players can obtain the catalyst by participating in Strikes, Gambit, and Crucible matches. However, the drop is entirely RNG-based. Some might secure it after a single strike, while others may invest countless hours without success.
Once equipped, the Monte Carlo catalyst transforms the weapon into a hybrid of an Auto Rifle and Glaive. By utilizing five stacks of the Markov Chain buff, players can activate a unique bayonet attack, replenishing Melee ability energy with each use.
An intriguing aspect of Monte Carlo’s bayonet melee damage is its compatibility with Exotic armors like Synthoceps and Wormgod Caress. These armors significantly amplify the damage, morphing Monte Carlo into a formidable melee weapon capable of delivering astounding burst damage.