Get Malfeasance Catalyst Fast in Destiny 2

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘HOW TO GET MALFEASANCE CATALYST FAST – Destiny 2: Season Of The Deep’ by Redrix

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New exotics released each season; Malfeasance Hand Cannon catalyst enhances viability and power, obtained from Strikes, Gambit, Crucible; catalyst requires 700 kills, improves range, adds Vorpal perk for increased damage against bosses, vehicles, and Guardians; catalyst makes Malfeasance Hand Cannon ideal for Gambit.

Key Insights

  • New exotics, including weapons, armor, and cosmetics, are introduced every season.
  • Exotic catalysts are also released for certain weapons to improve their viability and effectiveness.
  • Bungie is implementing a new exotic catalyst for the Malfeasance Hand Cannon, which is a weapon from year 2.
  • The Malfeasance Hand Cannon is primarily used in Gambit and hasn't been widely popular.
  • To obtain the Malfeasance catalyst, players have to find it from Strikes, Gambit, and Crucible.
  • Once obtained, the catalyst requires 700 kills with the weapon to unlock its benefits.
  • The catalyst increases the weapon's range by 20 and adds the Vorpal Weapon perk.
  • Vorpal Weapon enhances damage against bosses, vehicles, and Guardians with active supers.
  • The Vorpal perk will make the Malfeasance Hand Cannon more powerful, especially against Taken enemies, Gambit invaders, bosses, and vehicles.
  • The catalyst will likely make the Malfeasance Hand Cannon a desirable choice in Gambit and other activities.
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Transcript

Like every season, we always get new exotics – new exotic weapons, new exotic armor. We usually get a lot of exotics; even exotic cosmetics, if you will. But we always get exotic catalysts. For the season pass, yes. For the dungeon exotic, yes. But we also get a brand new exotic catalyst for a weapon that, frankly, hasn’t been on top star usually. It’s usually an exotic weapon from year 2, year 1, year 3, anytime around there, that people really aren’t using or isn’t really that viable in said meta.

And usually, Bungie goes back and implements a new exotic catalyst to bring this weapon to a different state, make it a bit better, and change it up. For example, how Trinity Ghoul was an exotic that wasn’t good at all to many when it was released in Forsaken. And when Season of Arrivals came along, I believe, or Worthy, whenever it came along, they basically changed the weapon into being one of the best PvE weapons out there.

With Season of the Deep, there’s going to be an exotic weapon like that, of course. And it’s coming from year 2, and it’s going to be an exotic that many of us have loved for so many years but hasn’t gotten an exotic catalyst. That being the Malfeasance Hand Cannon in the Kinetic Slot. This was an exotic hand cannon from Gambit that no one really uses too much. I know a lot of people still adore the weapon, but it’s usually something that’s really implemented into Gambit. And with Season of the Deep, Bungie is going to start doing some little things to it.

So if you don’t know, this again was an exotic hand cannon from Gambit. You have to do this quest and such. And basically, the intrinsic trait was that it was called Explosive Shadow. Shoot tainted slugs that burrow into combatants. Stacking enough slugs causes them to explode, usually 5. Stunning survival combatants, strong against unstoppable champions. It was a very, very cool weapon. This season, we are going to get its catalyst.

Now, how do you get its catalyst? Just how to get it? So first off, just simple like last time. You have to find the Malfeasance Catalyst from Strikes, Gambit, and Crucible. Usually, Gambit and Crucible wins are a better chance, but that’s usually how it is. And as soon as you get it, you are going to need to get 700 kills – yes, 700 kills with the weapon as soon as you get the catalyst.

Now, what does the catalyst do? Well, as it states here, it will increase the range by 20. And then, it will give the weapon Vorpal Weapon, which will basically make it so it has increased damage against bosses, vehicles, guardians, with their super active. Now, this is huge. Already with this gun, doing increased damage, I believe to Taken, yes, Taken enemies and Gambit invaders. I think Vorpal to Malfeasance will make this an unstoppable machine when it comes to anyone who is basically invading and who is any bosses or anything. Vehicles too. So this helps a lot in Gambit, and it’s probably going to be a weapon that many of us are going to go back to if you get this catalyst. I think it’s going to be a cool weapon to have it with. And I think Vorpal was a great decision on Bungie’s part to get this weapon to be a bit more up there, if you will.

So I hope you guys enjoyed this video. If you guys did, then why not subscribe and like because that would bring a lot of people to the channel. And yeah, it helps out, so we can get to 25k. But other than that, I will see you guys on the next video. Bye guys.

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘HOW TO GET MALFEASANCE CATALYST FAST – Destiny 2: Season Of The Deep’ by Redrix