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Best perks for Retraced Path Trace Rifle | Destiny 2

Retraced Path is a new Trace Rifle added with the Bungie 30th Anniversary. It is also the first legendary Trace Rifle to be added to the game, making it unique. Here are the best perks you should look for on Retraced Path in Destiny 2.

Perks and rolls

You are going to want to bring up the range and stability as much as possible on this Trace Rifle. The barrel perks you should look for are Fluted Barrel, Hammer-Forged Rifling, Polygonal Rifling, and Smallbore. Trace Rifles come with battery perks, so look for Projection Fuse, Tactical Battery, or Particle Repeater.

Feeding Frenzy and Subsistence are great reload perk options in the first column. Perpetual Motion is a new perk, giving stability, handling, and reload speed bonuses as long as you are moving. Retraced Path can also roll with Genesis, Shoot to Loot, and Killing Wind.

Retraced Path has a couple of damage perk options. Golden Tricorn is a new perk, which gives bonus damage on kills, and even more damage if you get a grenade or melee kill of the matching damage type of the weapon. One for All and Frenzy are also great damage perk options. Demolitionist and Disruption Break are solid neutral game perks.

Best combos for Retraced Path in Destiny 2

Here are the best perks and rolls you should look for on Retraced Path in Destiny 2:

  • Subsistence + Golden Tricorn
  • Feeding Frenzy + One For All
  • Perpetual Motion + Frenzy

Is Retraced Path any good?

Being the first legendary Trace Rifle, Retraced Path is going to be a solid choice. While its damage won’t match up with the likes of Fusion Rifles and Shotguns, it will fit into niche builds and will be a solid option for those who prefer longer range on their special weapons.

Retraced Path can be obtained from Xur’s Treasure Hoard in Eternity.

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Derrick Tomlinson

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