Destiny 2’s Season of the Seraph has introduced the highly sought-after Revision Zero pulse rifle, which has captured the attention of players even before the season’s launch. The promise of “multiple catalysts” for Revision Zero, the first of its kind, has generated immense hype among the community.
Unlike other craftable Exotics, Revision Zero follows a unique progression system. While Osteo Striga’s catalyst requires players to level up the weapon before applying it, Revision Zero’s catalysts are locked behind the Season of the Seraph storyline. Each catalyst not only grants a perk for Revision Zero but also allows players to enhance the Hunter’s Trace intrinsic and unlock new perks and parts for the weapon.
Improving Revision Zero is an endeavor that requires dedication and effort. By following the Should You Choose to Accept It quest line, tied to the Season of the Seraph story and the More Than a Weapon quest line, players can upgrade Revision Zero and its Hunter’s Trace intrinsic.
How to Upgrade Revision Zero’s Hunter’s Trace Intrinsic
Upgrading Revision Zero is not a matter of luck; it requires a deliberate progression. To enhance Revision Zero’s Hunter’s Trace intrinsic, players must make progress in the Should You Choose to Accept It quest line, which focuses exclusively on upgrading Revision Zero.
The Should You Choose to Accept It quest line becomes available in week four of Season of the Seraph, a week after obtaining Revision Zero. To embark on this path of improvement, players need to actively engage with two seasonal quest lines: More Than a Weapon, which forms the core of the story, and Should You Choose to Accept It, dedicated to enhancing Revision Zero.
Both quest lines run parallel to each other throughout Season of the Seraph. The Revision Zero-centric Should You Choose to Accept It quest line unlocks only if players have made sufficient progress in More Than a Weapon. Therefore, it is essential to engage with the seasonal story before upgrading the Hunter’s Trace intrinsic.
The quest line for upgrading the Hunter’s Trace intrinsic follows a straightforward yet time-consuming formula. Players must first complete an older story mission, either Operation: Archimedes or Operation: Diocles. Once accomplished, they will proceed to a location and eliminate enemies until they unlock a Häkke Dead Drop concealed within one of the Lost Sectors in that area. Next, they must locate a Dead Exo in Operation: Seraph’s Shield on Legend difficulty. Upon completing the mission, players will be rewarded with the corresponding catalyst and an upgraded Hunter’s Trace intrinsic.
Below are the missions in the quest line along with their respective rewards:
- Should You Choose to Accept It, Part One: Frenzy Refit (Feeding Frenzy), barrel options, and Hunter’s Trace II upgrade. Unlocked after reaching More Than a Weapon step 32.
- Should You Choose to Accept It, Part Two: Pressurized Refit (Under Pressure), perk choices, and Hunter’s Trace III upgrade. Unlocked after reaching More Than a Weapon step 39.
- Should You Choose to Accept It, Part Three: Outlaw Refit (Outlaw), stock choices, and Hunter’s Trace IV upgrade. Unlocked after reaching More Than a Weapon step 46.
- Should You Choose to Accept It, Part Four: Four-Timer Refit (Fourth Time’s The Charm). Unlocked after reaching More Than a Weapon step 53.
By following these steps and completing the necessary missions, players can unlock the full potential of Revision Zero and its Hunter’s Trace intrinsic, unleashing its true power on the battlefield.
Remember, upgrading Revision Zero requires time and dedication, but the rewards are well worth the effort. So, embark on this thrilling questline and watch as your Hunter’s Trace becomes a force to be reckoned with in Destiny 2’s Season of the Seraph.