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How To Get Artifice Armor In Destiny 2

Looking for the endgame build, Guardian? Check out our guide on how to get the Artifice Armor in Destiny 2.

There’s a plethora of different types of perks, armor, and mods for Destiny 2 players to make their builds. The Artifice Armor is an Armor mod with the Legendary intrinsic perk that can be used for end-game builds. While most Armor pieces have four mod slots, Artifice armor has an additional bonus mod slot. And this can be pretty useful during late-game builds. But how to get this armor? Check out our guide on how to get the Artifice Armor in Destiny 2 to find out.

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How to Get Destiny 2 Artifice Armor

You can get the Artifice Armor by grinding on the master difficulty dungeons in Destiny 2. These include master-level Duality, Grasp of Avarice, and the recent Spire of the Watcher dungeon. But to have access to these master-leveled dungeons, you need to be at least 1590 Light Power Level. Having said that, the Master-levelled Duality and Grasp of Avarice dungeons can be played once per week and by class type. But the most recent Spire of the Watcher will be completely farmable. So, you can get on with grinding on these dungeons on Master leveled challenges.

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If you are about to grind on any dungeons for the first time, we suggest taking on the Standard difficulty. Once you are accustomed to its mobs and setting, take on the Master difficulty to get the Artifice Armor. You can think of it as a practice run or a warm-up. Nevertheless, Artifice Armor can only be obtained through the Master leveled dungeons. Now, the Artifice Armor features one extra mod slot as mentioned earlier. These slots can only be used with seasonal mods. You can check the type of energy to determine the mods that you can apply to them.

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get destiny 2 artifice armor

But recently due to a bug, this bonus slot was missing from the Artifice Armor. Thankfully, Bungie acknowledged and resolved this issue by restoring their sockets. Furthermore, you can also use the Season 19 artifact mods as mentioned in their Update 6.3.0 Patch Notes.

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That’s everything covered about how to get the Artifice Armor in Destiny 2. If you liked this guide, check out our guides on how to collect Resonate Stems, how to claim Prime Gaming rewards, and more Destiny 2 Guides in our dedicated section right here on Gamer Tweak.