Dawn Chorus is an incredibly powerful Exotic head armor for Warlocks in Destiny 2. Here’s how you can get it for yourself.
Posted on September 15, 2022
There’s no shortage of powerful Exotics in Destiny, and while the meta changes every season, some of these rare weapons and gear still linger.
The new Void 3.0, Arc 3.0 and The Solar 3.0 updates also breathed new life into most of these Exotics. Dawn Chorus is a powerful Solar Exotic helmet for the Warlock class.
If you’re new to Destiny 2 and looking for this Sun Exotic armor, don’t worry. Here’s our guide on how to make Dawn Chorus Warlock Exotic in Destiny 2, along with information on his armor perk.
How to get Dawn Chorus in Destiny 2
You can get Dawn Chorus in Destiny 2 by running Solo Legendary Lost Sectors every week. Since the drop is random, it may take you several tries to get your hands on this powerful Exotic Warlock armor.
You can, however, increase the drop rate by running the Lost Sectors solo on Master difficulty, though we recommend you come prepared as the extra modifiers and champion enemies could make things a lot more tedious.
Unfortunately, it appears the latest Destiny 2 update removed Dawn Chorus from the game. Bungie has yet to comment on this matter, and we’ll update this article as soon as more official information becomes available.
Dawn Chorus Destiny 2 exotic armor perk
Dawn Chorus’ Rites of Ember perk could maximize your burn damage, so if your build emphasizes burning enemies and using melee attacks, this would be a great choice.
Ember Rites – Your Daybreak projectiles cause targets to burn on contact. Your burn effects deal more damage, and you gain a small amount of melee energy each time your burn effects damage a target.
According to light.gg, Dawn Projectiles apply 60 burns per hit in PvE, while in PvP the burn effect is increased by 50%.
And that’s all you need to know about the Dawn Chorus Warlock Exotic Head Armor in Destiny 2.
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Written by Shreyansh Katsura
Shrey’s obsession with analyzing, introspecting, and discussing every detail of video games led him into gaming journalism. He is currently a staff writer at GINX Esports TV, where he regularly covers Destiny 2 and Fortnite. When he’s not playing the games he writes about, he agonizes over his long list of JRPGs he can’t find the time to finish. You can catch him on Twitter @Shrey2828, flex his Fortnite Victory Royales, or talk about this group of Phantom Thieves he calls his best friends.