Destiny 2 – Extended Engagement Divine Launch and Possible Perks

Weapon recycling is a common practice in Destiny 2. While some weapons aren’t outright copies of each other, they’re similar enough that you know what you’re getting into. Such is the case with the Extended Engagement SMG. Released in Season 19, this Veist product quickly became a favorite among the PvE and PvP communities. Here’s how to get your hands on it and which reels to pursue.

How to Get Extended Commitment in Destiny 2

Extended Engagement is a random drop gained by completing Vanguard Ops Playlist activities and claiming Commander Zavala rank packages in the Tower. Due to its nature of being a random drop, it may take a while for it to drop.

 

Extended Engagement God Rolls

PvE God Roll – Extended Engagement

  • Arrowhead Brake: Greatly controls recoil and increases handling speed.
  • Magazine Added: Increases the size of the magazine.
  • Subsistence: Defeating targets partially reloads the magazine from reserves.
  • Tombstone: Precision final blows spawn a Stasis crystal at the victim’s location.
  • Veist Stinger: Damaging an enemy with this weapon has a small chance to reload the magazine and increase movement speed while aiming.

PvP God Roll – Extended Engagement

  • Arrowhead Brake: Greatly controls recoil and increases handling speed.
  • Ricochet Rounds: Rounds ricochet off hard surfaces. Increases stability and slightly increases range.
  • Killing Wind: Final hits increase mobility, weapon range, and maneuverability for a short duration.
  • Tombstone: Precision final blows spawn a Stasis crystal at the victim’s location.
  • Veist Stinger: Damaging an enemy with this weapon has a small chance to reload the magazine and increase movement speed while aiming.

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