How to Get Lord of Wolves Exotic Catalyst in Destiny 2

Destiny 2 Season of Dawn has brought the catalyst add-on for Lord of Wolves weapon. Lord of Wolves is a shotgun that was added back in Season 7. It was a very powerful weapon with high damage and very little range drop off. In this guide, we will show you how to get the Lords of Wolves exotic catalyst in Destiny 2.

For those who don’t know, Catalysts are powerful additions to Exotic weapons in Destiny 2. They can be found and charged by completing small quests. They add unique benefits to a weapon. Despite being nerfed, with the release of Lord of Wolves catalyst, it should once again be a highly viable weapon.

How to Get Lord of Wolves Exotic Catalyst in Destiny 2

You can get your hands on the Lord of Wolves catalyst by completing a match in the Gambit and Crucible playlists and from Strikes as well. It drops as a reward at the end of these activities.

However, first things first, in order for the Catalyst to drop, you need to actually own Lord of Wolves shotgun first. If you didn’t get it back during Year 2 of Destiny 2, you can hope for a random drop from activities or try to buy it from Xur every weekend.

As of right now, even the Lord of Wolves catalyst is also heavily reliant on RNG and you will have to get lucky with drops. Just keep doing activities you prefer although a lot of players have gotten it through Strikes, so best to spam those while also doing bounty for the Buzzard ritual weapon.

If you would rather prefer Gambit, don’t forget to pick up the Python Ritual Weapon bounty.

With the exotic Catalyst, Lord of Wolves becomes Masterworked and generates Orbs on multikills when the Catalyst is fully charged. You will also gain a tracker that will display the number of enemies that you have defeated with the weapon. To fully charge the catalyst, you will have to get 500 kills with the weapon.

The catalyst increases weapon’s reload speed when ‘Release the Wolves’ is active. When the perk is not active, the catalyst increases weapon stability.

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