It’s time, Destiny 2 Lightfall has arrived, and it’s bringing with it an exciting array of secrets, lore, and tying up some of the story that has been building for years. Players will be seeking to uncover what’s happening with The Traveller and its fate, as well as hopefully pushing back The Witness and the Black Fleet.
But of course, many Guardians are most excited for the new weapons and armor available. So if you’re looking to equip yourself with the Exotic power of Cadmus Ridge Lancecap, we’ve got you covered. Here’s how you can get it for both PVE and PVP.
How to get Cadmus Ridge Lancecap Destiny 2 Lightfall
Cadmus Ridge Lancecap is one of the new Exotic armor pieces that you can pick up in Destiny 2 Lightfall. This one is specifically for the Titan class, and fits into the Helmet slot of your character.
For how to get the Cadmus Ridge Lancecap, these are yet again tied to a Legendary/Master Lost Sector.
This time, you’ll have to locate and play through these new Lost Sectors hidden within the Neomuna depths so get searching as locating these aren’t exactly easy if you don’t know where to look.
If you’ve tried to chase Exotics of this ilk before, you’ll know they’re not guaranteed at the end of the activity so best get grinding!
Cadmus Ridge Lancecap Destiny 2 Lightfall Exotic perk
Moving to the Exotic perk attached to the Cadmus Ridge Lancecap, as always, this is something pretty unique, a trait that all Exotics own.
This one specifically is called Lancer’s Vigil and looks to boost you Stasis users out there.
This is due to the fact that Diamond Lances create Stasis crystals on impact, increasing the number of these if you either hit bosses or vehicles. Moreover, if you pair your Stasis subclass to a Stasis weapon, you’ll be able to create a further Diamond Lance after landing precision hits when behind a rally barricade.
Now, for when to use Cadmus Ridge Lancecap, you’ll likely want to limit its PVP usage, and instead, focus on PVE activities. This is quite an obvious statement considering its buffs when landing precision hits and its effect on bosses, but important to clarify all the same.
Where it does shine in PVE is in Raids, specifically when you have a static boss where you can base up behind a barricade, utilizing this Exotic’s full potential.