Exotics are the major part of the Destiny universe. With each season, we get a new set of exotic weapons and armor pieces for each class (Hunters, Warlocks, and Titans). Starting with Curse of Osiris (Destiny 2’s first-ever expansion), Bungie released an old exotic weapon called – Telesto. This weapon was first introduced in Destiny 1. With its unique perks, Telesto immediately became one of the fan-favorite weapons in the Destiny community.
Destiny 2: New Telesto Exploits Found
It was until Forsaken that Telesto was considered a good weapon. After that, Telesto (or Molesto, or Besto) has been a game-breaking machine and is no longer a weapon. First, we’ve had the Blind Well glitch that allowed players to bypass the actual encounters by firing bolts. After that, we’ve had an instant super glitch, infinite ammo glitch, and now; we have four more exploits that can be done using this very weapon. After all these exploits, it is clear that Telesto is just not quitting.
- If you shoot a friendly titan bubble, the shots will teleport to the middle of the inside. Meaning if you shoot the outside of the bubble, they are put inside the bubble.
- If you’re throwing melee hammer or grenade explodes on Telesto shots, you are given 3x roaring flames. Shoot Telesto, grenade it, and then you have a 1 shot throwing hammer in PvP. (Unlimited use)
- If you grenade Telesto as a middle tree sentinel, you get health back.
- If you use a knife trick on Telesto, you get playing with fire. Allowing you to keep it or stack it up easily.
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Destiny 2: Shadowkeep will be hitting PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, on October 1, 2019, and November 19, 2019, on Google Stadia.