Izanagi’s Burden Exotic Sniper Rifle Spec Review

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The Sniper is pretty much even split down the spec column, with no spec significantly standing out above the next. As a Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle, the Izanagi’s Burden is sought-after for its exotic perk, the Honed Edge, versus anything else it has to offer. It does seem to have a light, yet solid feel to it. Where the sniper rifle falls short is when you raise the rifle to its sites. Its sites have a rectangular view and in certain situations, make it hard to pinpoint target enemies during close PVP encounters quickly.

The Izanagi’s Burden comes to us as part of the Niobe Labs, Bergusia Forge Black Armory DLC and is presumed to be the last exotic to drop in Destiny until the Jokers Wild DLC is released.

Izanagi’s Burden Crusible PVP Review

How does the Izanagi’s burden perform in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP?

Using Izanagi’s Burden during PVP can yield mixed results. Experienced sniper rifle users will be able to use this weapon to its full potential. Inexperienced sniper rifle users could potentially struggle when using it during a PVP match. No matter the level of your sniper rifle expertise, once you get off and land an x4 Honed Edge round, it’s going to put down whoever is in that rounds path.

At 328 damage, the Izanagi’s Burden is more than capable of a single body shot kill. In the hands of a PVP sniping expert, this sniper rifle is a very dangerous tool as it can be loaded at x2 damage instantly after spawning, pretty much guaranteeing a kill for the shooter. The obvious downside to the Izanagi’s Burden is the subsequent scavaging needed to gain additional rounds or achieve Honed Edge x4. Pair it with an adequately rolled energy slot Right Side of the Wrong pulse rifle, the Trust hand cannon, or even a Kindled Orchid hand cannon, the Izanagi’s Burden becomes a formidable tool in your Crucible weapon arsenal.

If you found interest in the above Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle review, check out how to complete the final Destiny Black Amory quest, Mysterious Datapad. Also be sure to check out our tutorial on how to get the latest exotic hand cannon in Destiny 2, The Last Word.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kTxZ4v3ncc
Izanagi’s Burden Used in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP by True Vanguard
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]As a primary kinetic sniper, the Izanagi’s Burden does not fall into the Dreaded Venture or Bote of the Fox sniper rifle category. It lands more alongside with the Long Shadow sniper rifle.

The Sniper is pretty much even split down the spec column, with no spec significantly standing out above the next. As a Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle, the Izanagi’s Burden is sought-after for its exotic perk, the Honed Edge, versus anything else it has to offer. It does seem to have a light, yet solid feel to it. Where the sniper rifle falls short is when you raise the rifle to its sites. Its sites have a rectangular view and in certain situations, make it hard to pinpoint target enemies during close PVP encounters quickly.

The Izanagi’s Burden comes to us as part of the Niobe Labs, Bergusia Forge Black Armory DLC and is presumed to be the last exotic to drop in Destiny until the Jokers Wild DLC is released.

Izanagi’s Burden Crusible PVP Review

How does the Izanagi’s burden perform in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP?

Using Izanagi’s Burden during PVP can yield mixed results. Experienced sniper rifle users will be able to use this weapon to its full potential. Inexperienced sniper rifle users could potentially struggle when using it during a PVP match. No matter the level of your sniper rifle expertise, once you get off and land an x4 Honed Edge round, it’s going to put down whoever is in that rounds path.

At 328 damage, the Izanagi’s Burden is more than capable of a single body shot kill. In the hands of a PVP sniping expert, this sniper rifle is a very dangerous tool as it can be loaded at x2 damage instantly after spawning, pretty much guaranteeing a kill for the shooter. The obvious downside to the Izanagi’s Burden is the subsequent scavaging needed to gain additional rounds or achieve Honed Edge x4. Pair it with an adequately rolled energy slot Right Side of the Wrong pulse rifle, the Trust hand cannon, or even a Kindled Orchid hand cannon, the Izanagi’s Burden becomes a formidable tool in your Crucible weapon arsenal.

If you found interest in the above Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle review, check out how to complete the final Destiny Black Amory quest, Mysterious Datapad. Also be sure to check out our tutorial on how to get the latest exotic hand cannon in Destiny 2, The Last Word.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kTxZ4v3ncc
Izanagi’s Burden Used in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP by True Vanguard
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row] Used as a weapon perk, Honed Edge takes (consumes) the rounds in the magazine and converts those rounds into a single powerful round. For each round in the magazine, the damage is increased on a per round basis. Having two rounds in the magazine when using Honed Edge results in an x2 damage increase being put into a single bullet.

Izanagi’s Burden spec review summary

As a primary kinetic sniper, the Izanagi’s Burden does not fall into the Dreaded Venture or Bote of the Fox sniper rifle category. It lands more alongside with the Long Shadow sniper rifle.

The Sniper is pretty much even split down the spec column, with no spec significantly standing out above the next. As a Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle, the Izanagi’s Burden is sought-after for its exotic perk, the Honed Edge, versus anything else it has to offer. It does seem to have a light, yet solid feel to it. Where the sniper rifle falls short is when you raise the rifle to its sites. Its sites have a rectangular view and in certain situations, make it hard to pinpoint target enemies during close PVP encounters quickly.

The Izanagi’s Burden comes to us as part of the Niobe Labs, Bergusia Forge Black Armory DLC and is presumed to be the last exotic to drop in Destiny until the Jokers Wild DLC is released.

Izanagi’s Burden Crusible PVP Review

How does the Izanagi’s burden perform in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP?

Using Izanagi’s Burden during PVP can yield mixed results. Experienced sniper rifle users will be able to use this weapon to its full potential. Inexperienced sniper rifle users could potentially struggle when using it during a PVP match. No matter the level of your sniper rifle expertise, once you get off and land an x4 Honed Edge round, it’s going to put down whoever is in that rounds path.

At 328 damage, the Izanagi’s Burden is more than capable of a single body shot kill. In the hands of a PVP sniping expert, this sniper rifle is a very dangerous tool as it can be loaded at x2 damage instantly after spawning, pretty much guaranteeing a kill for the shooter. The obvious downside to the Izanagi’s Burden is the subsequent scavaging needed to gain additional rounds or achieve Honed Edge x4. Pair it with an adequately rolled energy slot Right Side of the Wrong pulse rifle, the Trust hand cannon, or even a Kindled Orchid hand cannon, the Izanagi’s Burden becomes a formidable tool in your Crucible weapon arsenal.

If you found interest in the above Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle review, check out how to complete the final Destiny Black Amory quest, Mysterious Datapad. Also be sure to check out our tutorial on how to get the latest exotic hand cannon in Destiny 2, The Last Word.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kTxZ4v3ncc
Izanagi’s Burden Used in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP by True Vanguard
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]Holding reload consumes the magazine and loads a single round with additional range and damage.

Used as a weapon perk, Honed Edge takes (consumes) the rounds in the magazine and converts those rounds into a single powerful round. For each round in the magazine, the damage is increased on a per round basis. Having two rounds in the magazine when using Honed Edge results in an x2 damage increase being put into a single bullet.

Izanagi’s Burden spec review summary

As a primary kinetic sniper, the Izanagi’s Burden does not fall into the Dreaded Venture or Bote of the Fox sniper rifle category. It lands more alongside with the Long Shadow sniper rifle.

The Sniper is pretty much even split down the spec column, with no spec significantly standing out above the next. As a Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle, the Izanagi’s Burden is sought-after for its exotic perk, the Honed Edge, versus anything else it has to offer. It does seem to have a light, yet solid feel to it. Where the sniper rifle falls short is when you raise the rifle to its sites. Its sites have a rectangular view and in certain situations, make it hard to pinpoint target enemies during close PVP encounters quickly.

The Izanagi’s Burden comes to us as part of the Niobe Labs, Bergusia Forge Black Armory DLC and is presumed to be the last exotic to drop in Destiny until the Jokers Wild DLC is released.

Izanagi’s Burden Crusible PVP Review

How does the Izanagi’s burden perform in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP?

Using Izanagi’s Burden during PVP can yield mixed results. Experienced sniper rifle users will be able to use this weapon to its full potential. Inexperienced sniper rifle users could potentially struggle when using it during a PVP match. No matter the level of your sniper rifle expertise, once you get off and land an x4 Honed Edge round, it’s going to put down whoever is in that rounds path.

At 328 damage, the Izanagi’s Burden is more than capable of a single body shot kill. In the hands of a PVP sniping expert, this sniper rifle is a very dangerous tool as it can be loaded at x2 damage instantly after spawning, pretty much guaranteeing a kill for the shooter. The obvious downside to the Izanagi’s Burden is the subsequent scavaging needed to gain additional rounds or achieve Honed Edge x4. Pair it with an adequately rolled energy slot Right Side of the Wrong pulse rifle, the Trust hand cannon, or even a Kindled Orchid hand cannon, the Izanagi’s Burden becomes a formidable tool in your Crucible weapon arsenal.

If you found interest in the above Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle review, check out how to complete the final Destiny Black Amory quest, Mysterious Datapad. Also be sure to check out our tutorial on how to get the latest exotic hand cannon in Destiny 2, The Last Word.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kTxZ4v3ncc
Izanagi’s Burden Used in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP by True Vanguard
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]The definition of Honed Edge as written on the Izanagi’s Burden sniper rifle:

Holding reload consumes the magazine and loads a single round with additional range and damage.

Used as a weapon perk, Honed Edge takes (consumes) the rounds in the magazine and converts those rounds into a single powerful round. For each round in the magazine, the damage is increased on a per round basis. Having two rounds in the magazine when using Honed Edge results in an x2 damage increase being put into a single bullet.

Izanagi’s Burden spec review summary

As a primary kinetic sniper, the Izanagi’s Burden does not fall into the Dreaded Venture or Bote of the Fox sniper rifle category. It lands more alongside with the Long Shadow sniper rifle.

The Sniper is pretty much even split down the spec column, with no spec significantly standing out above the next. As a Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle, the Izanagi’s Burden is sought-after for its exotic perk, the Honed Edge, versus anything else it has to offer. It does seem to have a light, yet solid feel to it. Where the sniper rifle falls short is when you raise the rifle to its sites. Its sites have a rectangular view and in certain situations, make it hard to pinpoint target enemies during close PVP encounters quickly.

The Izanagi’s Burden comes to us as part of the Niobe Labs, Bergusia Forge Black Armory DLC and is presumed to be the last exotic to drop in Destiny until the Jokers Wild DLC is released.

Izanagi’s Burden Crusible PVP Review

How does the Izanagi’s burden perform in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP?

Using Izanagi’s Burden during PVP can yield mixed results. Experienced sniper rifle users will be able to use this weapon to its full potential. Inexperienced sniper rifle users could potentially struggle when using it during a PVP match. No matter the level of your sniper rifle expertise, once you get off and land an x4 Honed Edge round, it’s going to put down whoever is in that rounds path.

At 328 damage, the Izanagi’s Burden is more than capable of a single body shot kill. In the hands of a PVP sniping expert, this sniper rifle is a very dangerous tool as it can be loaded at x2 damage instantly after spawning, pretty much guaranteeing a kill for the shooter. The obvious downside to the Izanagi’s Burden is the subsequent scavaging needed to gain additional rounds or achieve Honed Edge x4. Pair it with an adequately rolled energy slot Right Side of the Wrong pulse rifle, the Trust hand cannon, or even a Kindled Orchid hand cannon, the Izanagi’s Burden becomes a formidable tool in your Crucible weapon arsenal.

If you found interest in the above Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle review, check out how to complete the final Destiny Black Amory quest, Mysterious Datapad. Also be sure to check out our tutorial on how to get the latest exotic hand cannon in Destiny 2, The Last Word.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kTxZ4v3ncc
Izanagi’s Burden Used in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP by True Vanguard
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]To get an idea of the specs of the Destiny 2 Izanagi’s Burden exotic sniper rifle, we will look at its five main weapon perks, detailed weapon specs, and it damage output numbers.

The five main perks of the Izanagi’s Burden include:

  • Honed Edge (exotic)
  • Chambered Compensator
  • Accurized Rounds
  • Outlaw
  • Composite Stock

The Izanagi’s Burden weapon specs have a steady range:

  • Impact rating of 70
  • Range coming in at 62
  • Stability at 60
  • Handling at 52
  • Reload at 46
  • Aim assistance is 62
  • Recoil Direction is 73

Damage output specs of the Izanagi’s Burden

  • A single round: 131 damage
  • Activating 2x Honed Edge: 155 damage
  • Activating 3x Honed Edge: 185 damage
  • Activating 4x Honed Edge: 328 damage
  • A headshot when 4x Honed Edge is activated: 1965 damage

What is the Honed Edge Perk

The definition of Honed Edge as written on the Izanagi’s Burden sniper rifle:

Holding reload consumes the magazine and loads a single round with additional range and damage.

Used as a weapon perk, Honed Edge takes (consumes) the rounds in the magazine and converts those rounds into a single powerful round. For each round in the magazine, the damage is increased on a per round basis. Having two rounds in the magazine when using Honed Edge results in an x2 damage increase being put into a single bullet.

Izanagi’s Burden spec review summary

As a primary kinetic sniper, the Izanagi’s Burden does not fall into the Dreaded Venture or Bote of the Fox sniper rifle category. It lands more alongside with the Long Shadow sniper rifle.

The Sniper is pretty much even split down the spec column, with no spec significantly standing out above the next. As a Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle, the Izanagi’s Burden is sought-after for its exotic perk, the Honed Edge, versus anything else it has to offer. It does seem to have a light, yet solid feel to it. Where the sniper rifle falls short is when you raise the rifle to its sites. Its sites have a rectangular view and in certain situations, make it hard to pinpoint target enemies during close PVP encounters quickly.

The Izanagi’s Burden comes to us as part of the Niobe Labs, Bergusia Forge Black Armory DLC and is presumed to be the last exotic to drop in Destiny until the Jokers Wild DLC is released.

Izanagi’s Burden Crusible PVP Review

How does the Izanagi’s burden perform in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP?

Using Izanagi’s Burden during PVP can yield mixed results. Experienced sniper rifle users will be able to use this weapon to its full potential. Inexperienced sniper rifle users could potentially struggle when using it during a PVP match. No matter the level of your sniper rifle expertise, once you get off and land an x4 Honed Edge round, it’s going to put down whoever is in that rounds path.

At 328 damage, the Izanagi’s Burden is more than capable of a single body shot kill. In the hands of a PVP sniping expert, this sniper rifle is a very dangerous tool as it can be loaded at x2 damage instantly after spawning, pretty much guaranteeing a kill for the shooter. The obvious downside to the Izanagi’s Burden is the subsequent scavaging needed to gain additional rounds or achieve Honed Edge x4. Pair it with an adequately rolled energy slot Right Side of the Wrong pulse rifle, the Trust hand cannon, or even a Kindled Orchid hand cannon, the Izanagi’s Burden becomes a formidable tool in your Crucible weapon arsenal.

If you found interest in the above Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle review, check out how to complete the final Destiny Black Amory quest, Mysterious Datapad. Also be sure to check out our tutorial on how to get the latest exotic hand cannon in Destiny 2, The Last Word.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kTxZ4v3ncc
Izanagi’s Burden Used in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP by True Vanguard
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]The Izanagi’s Burden is the new exotic sniper rifle in Destiny 2. It’s a Destiny 2 Black Armory weapon that is a primary kinetic sniper. It’s a cool non-heavy/power sniper that has the ability to pack a powerful punch thanks to its main exotic perk is “Honed Edge.”

The Izanagi’s Burden is just one of the new Black Armory exotic weapons Bungie has released. Previous to this, the Le Monarque exotic combat bow was the latest exotic to arrive.

Still do not have the Izanagi’s Burden yet? Find out how to the complete the Mysterious Box quest line and obtain the Izanagi’s burden exotic sniper rifle.

Izanagi’s Burden Specifications Review

Black Armory Izanagis Burden Sniper Rifle Specs Review
Black Armory Izanagi’s Burden Sniper Rifle Specs Review

To get an idea of the specs of the Destiny 2 Izanagi’s Burden exotic sniper rifle, we will look at its five main weapon perks, detailed weapon specs, and it damage output numbers.

The five main perks of the Izanagi’s Burden include:

  • Honed Edge (exotic)
  • Chambered Compensator
  • Accurized Rounds
  • Outlaw
  • Composite Stock

The Izanagi’s Burden weapon specs have a steady range:

  • Impact rating of 70
  • Range coming in at 62
  • Stability at 60
  • Handling at 52
  • Reload at 46
  • Aim assistance is 62
  • Recoil Direction is 73

Damage output specs of the Izanagi’s Burden

  • A single round: 131 damage
  • Activating 2x Honed Edge: 155 damage
  • Activating 3x Honed Edge: 185 damage
  • Activating 4x Honed Edge: 328 damage
  • A headshot when 4x Honed Edge is activated: 1965 damage

What is the Honed Edge Perk

The definition of Honed Edge as written on the Izanagi’s Burden sniper rifle:

Holding reload consumes the magazine and loads a single round with additional range and damage.

Used as a weapon perk, Honed Edge takes (consumes) the rounds in the magazine and converts those rounds into a single powerful round. For each round in the magazine, the damage is increased on a per round basis. Having two rounds in the magazine when using Honed Edge results in an x2 damage increase being put into a single bullet.

Izanagi’s Burden spec review summary

As a primary kinetic sniper, the Izanagi’s Burden does not fall into the Dreaded Venture or Bote of the Fox sniper rifle category. It lands more alongside with the Long Shadow sniper rifle.

The Sniper is pretty much even split down the spec column, with no spec significantly standing out above the next. As a Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle, the Izanagi’s Burden is sought-after for its exotic perk, the Honed Edge, versus anything else it has to offer. It does seem to have a light, yet solid feel to it. Where the sniper rifle falls short is when you raise the rifle to its sites. Its sites have a rectangular view and in certain situations, make it hard to pinpoint target enemies during close PVP encounters quickly.

The Izanagi’s Burden comes to us as part of the Niobe Labs, Bergusia Forge Black Armory DLC and is presumed to be the last exotic to drop in Destiny until the Jokers Wild DLC is released.

Izanagi’s Burden Crusible PVP Review

How does the Izanagi’s burden perform in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP?

Using Izanagi’s Burden during PVP can yield mixed results. Experienced sniper rifle users will be able to use this weapon to its full potential. Inexperienced sniper rifle users could potentially struggle when using it during a PVP match. No matter the level of your sniper rifle expertise, once you get off and land an x4 Honed Edge round, it’s going to put down whoever is in that rounds path.

At 328 damage, the Izanagi’s Burden is more than capable of a single body shot kill. In the hands of a PVP sniping expert, this sniper rifle is a very dangerous tool as it can be loaded at x2 damage instantly after spawning, pretty much guaranteeing a kill for the shooter. The obvious downside to the Izanagi’s Burden is the subsequent scavaging needed to gain additional rounds or achieve Honed Edge x4. Pair it with an adequately rolled energy slot Right Side of the Wrong pulse rifle, the Trust hand cannon, or even a Kindled Orchid hand cannon, the Izanagi’s Burden becomes a formidable tool in your Crucible weapon arsenal.

If you found interest in the above Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle review, check out how to complete the final Destiny Black Amory quest, Mysterious Datapad. Also be sure to check out our tutorial on how to get the latest exotic hand cannon in Destiny 2, The Last Word.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kTxZ4v3ncc
Izanagi’s Burden Used in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP by True Vanguard
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A complete review of the Destiny 2 Black Armory Exotic sniper rifle, the Izanagi’s Burden

Review of the Izanagi's Burden Exotic Sniper Rifle
Review of the Izanagi’s Burden Exotic Sniper Rifle

The Izanagi’s Burden is the new exotic sniper rifle in Destiny 2. It’s a Destiny 2 Black Armory weapon that is a primary kinetic sniper. It’s a cool non-heavy/power sniper that has the ability to pack a powerful punch thanks to its main exotic perk is “Honed Edge.”

The Izanagi’s Burden is just one of the new Black Armory exotic weapons Bungie has released. Previous to this, the Le Monarque exotic combat bow was the latest exotic to arrive.

Still do not have the Izanagi’s Burden yet? Find out how to the complete the Mysterious Box quest line and obtain the Izanagi’s burden exotic sniper rifle.

Izanagi’s Burden Specifications Review

Black Armory Izanagis Burden Sniper Rifle Specs Review
Black Armory Izanagi’s Burden Sniper Rifle Specs Review

To get an idea of the specs of the Destiny 2 Izanagi’s Burden exotic sniper rifle, we will look at its five main weapon perks, detailed weapon specs, and it damage output numbers.

The five main perks of the Izanagi’s Burden include:

  • Honed Edge (exotic)
  • Chambered Compensator
  • Accurized Rounds
  • Outlaw
  • Composite Stock

The Izanagi’s Burden weapon specs have a steady range:

  • Impact rating of 70
  • Range coming in at 62
  • Stability at 60
  • Handling at 52
  • Reload at 46
  • Aim assistance is 62
  • Recoil Direction is 73

Damage output specs of the Izanagi’s Burden

  • A single round: 131 damage
  • Activating 2x Honed Edge: 155 damage
  • Activating 3x Honed Edge: 185 damage
  • Activating 4x Honed Edge: 328 damage
  • A headshot when 4x Honed Edge is activated: 1965 damage

What is the Honed Edge Perk

The definition of Honed Edge as written on the Izanagi’s Burden sniper rifle:

Holding reload consumes the magazine and loads a single round with additional range and damage.

Used as a weapon perk, Honed Edge takes (consumes) the rounds in the magazine and converts those rounds into a single powerful round. For each round in the magazine, the damage is increased on a per round basis. Having two rounds in the magazine when using Honed Edge results in an x2 damage increase being put into a single bullet.

Izanagi’s Burden spec review summary

As a primary kinetic sniper, the Izanagi’s Burden does not fall into the Dreaded Venture or Bote of the Fox sniper rifle category. It lands more alongside with the Long Shadow sniper rifle.

The Sniper is pretty much even split down the spec column, with no spec significantly standing out above the next. As a Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle, the Izanagi’s Burden is sought-after for its exotic perk, the Honed Edge, versus anything else it has to offer. It does seem to have a light, yet solid feel to it. Where the sniper rifle falls short is when you raise the rifle to its sites. Its sites have a rectangular view and in certain situations, make it hard to pinpoint target enemies during close PVP encounters quickly.

The Izanagi’s Burden comes to us as part of the Niobe Labs, Bergusia Forge Black Armory DLC and is presumed to be the last exotic to drop in Destiny until the Jokers Wild DLC is released.

Izanagi’s Burden Crusible PVP Review

How does the Izanagi’s burden perform in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP?

Using Izanagi’s Burden during PVP can yield mixed results. Experienced sniper rifle users will be able to use this weapon to its full potential. Inexperienced sniper rifle users could potentially struggle when using it during a PVP match. No matter the level of your sniper rifle expertise, once you get off and land an x4 Honed Edge round, it’s going to put down whoever is in that rounds path.

At 328 damage, the Izanagi’s Burden is more than capable of a single body shot kill. In the hands of a PVP sniping expert, this sniper rifle is a very dangerous tool as it can be loaded at x2 damage instantly after spawning, pretty much guaranteeing a kill for the shooter. The obvious downside to the Izanagi’s Burden is the subsequent scavaging needed to gain additional rounds or achieve Honed Edge x4. Pair it with an adequately rolled energy slot Right Side of the Wrong pulse rifle, the Trust hand cannon, or even a Kindled Orchid hand cannon, the Izanagi’s Burden becomes a formidable tool in your Crucible weapon arsenal.

If you found interest in the above Destiny 2 exotic sniper rifle review, check out how to complete the final Destiny Black Amory quest, Mysterious Datapad. Also be sure to check out our tutorial on how to get the latest exotic hand cannon in Destiny 2, The Last Word.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kTxZ4v3ncc
Izanagi’s Burden Used in Destiny 2 Crucible PVP by True Vanguard
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