Destiny Taken King: SUROS Regime Updated Review





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Published on May 3, 2016

"Nostalgia as a weapon of war. Style as a hallmark of victory."

It's one of the easiest-to-control auto rifles in the game, but in PvE we can’t recommend it. As a primary Exotic in PvE, the only word that can be used to describe it is... disappointing. In PvP, it can still hang with the pack, while no longer being the weapon of choice for those who top the leaderboards.

You’ll need to make tactical decisions when choosing your engagements, or you might find yourself ending with 10 assists or more in a game. Stick by your teammates to provide that all-too-necessary suppressing fire and residual damage, and don’t be baited into chasing enemies around corners if you’re unable to finish them off.

You’re going to be at your best when sitting just behind the front line in a fray, putting a relentless stream of bullets into whatever Guardian unwisely chose to stand still. With “SUROS Legacy” giving you health and clutch damage in a pinch, you’ll find your score thanking you very quickly.

- Grimoire:

Suros engineers designed the Regime using recovered Golden Age schematics. Forced out of production by a crippling shortage of smartmatter, the few remaining models are cherished by those Guardians fortunate enough to wield them.

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