The iconic Rose weapon has returned. The 140 RPM Kinetic Hand Cannon stood out as one of the most popular and powerful Legendary Hand Cannons in Destiny 2 and players now have the ability to acquire it again at long last. However, players are undoubtedly wondering how to get Rose in Destiny 2.
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Destiny 2 how to get Rose
To get Rose in Destiny 2, you’ll have to complete the Dividing the Ladder quest from Lord Shaxx, tasking you with completing placement matches in the Competitive playlist in Crucible.
Once you have completed this quest you will earn a static roll of Rose. Given that getting the weapon is not tied to reaching specific Competitive Ranks, Rose is available to Guardias of all skill levels.
As well as earning Rose, completing the Dividing the Ladder quest will also grant access to Weekly Challenges for the Competitive playlist. Completing the Competitive Weekly Challenges will grant you a version of Rose with random rolls. Therefore, you are able to earn one Rose with random rolls per character, per week.
Destiny 2 Rose god rolls
The best rolls for Rose in PvE include:
- Corkscrew Rifling
- Tactical Mag
- Rapid Hit
- Explosive Payload
The best rolls for Rose in PvP include:
- Accurized Rounds
- Perpetual Motion
- Opening Shot
The popular Destiny database Light GG has a full list of weapons rolls and perks.
That’s everything you need to know about how to get Rose in Destiny 2, including how to get random rolls for the weapon each week. Speaking of powerful weapons, here’s how to get Revision Zero in Destiny 2 and how to get Hierarchy of Needs in Destiny 2. With that, you’re ready to win even more Competitive matches or take on the hardest PvE content.