Destiny 2 Seraph Weapons: Complete list & How to get them

by | Dec 6, 2022

Season of Plunder is here and includes several brand-new weapons featuring brand-new perk combinations and Origin traits. Some of these definitely have the potential to become top-tier in today’s meta.

This guide covers all the weapons from Season of Plunder (S18) activities (Expedition weekly quests and Ketchcrashes) and tells you how to best farm them.

All 6 Seraph weapons in Destiny 2

Seraph weapons all come with a unique Origin Trait (our database will be updated in the coming hours):

Ambush: Improves range, handling, and damage against combatants during the opening moments of an engagement.

-TraitSourceActivation | EffectsSpecsSource TypeReleased
Ambush Origin Trait art AmbushSeason of the Seraph ActivitiesImproves range, handling, and damage against combatants during the opening moments of an engagement.-ActivitySeason 19

The list below will include every Seraph gun in the game in detail :

ArtWeaponTypeArchetypeRarityAmmoElementRequirementsIn loot pool?Ammo?Element?TierExcelsSourceCraftable?RequiresReleasedSlotCan be Crafted?Best of?Top Perk?
Season of the Seraph weapons Destiny 2 featured

Seraph weapons line-up, Destiny 2

Weapons of Seraph farm: Where to find them

With several multiple currencies to earn and activities to complete, farming seasonal gear can be intimidating. But as soon as you familiarize yourself with Season 19’s systems, you’ll see that farming weapons this season is straightforward.

There will be two main methods to acquire weapons of the Seraph right now:

  • Completing seasonal activities:
    • Heist Battlegrounds (3-player matchmade activity)
    • Weekly mission
  • Decoding Umbral engrams using Umbral Energy

Focused Umbral engrams

Farming specific weapons can always be done by focusing Umbral Engrams at the H.E.L.M. Focusing Umbral Engrams will cost you an Umbral Engram, Legendary Shards, and, more importantly, Umbral Energy.

We will update you on how to best farm Umbral Energy as soon as the seasonal activity loop is well understood and mastered by the community.

About The Author

Ric Molina
Ric Molina
I've been covering gaming since 2012, and some of my work has been featured by large brands, including, Forbes, Rock Paper Shotgun, and more. I've been obsessed with Destiny 2 (and now Diablo 4) for years now, and I hope to provide new and returning players with the guides and resources I wish I had when I first started.
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