Wicked Implement is an Exotic Stasis Scout Rifle introduced in Destiny 2 Season of the Deep. Whenever Exotic Weapons are announced, everyone gets excited and wants to know how to get it and its Catalyst, justifiably so. So, here is how to get Wicked Implement and its Catalyst in Destiny 2.
Destiny 2 Wicked Implement Perks and Details, Explained
Thanks to Redrix on YouTube, a Destiny 2 content creator, we know what the Wicked Implement perks are. Here are the Exotic perks for Wicked Implement.
- Exotic Intrinsic Perk: Creeping Attrition – Rapidly landing precision hits causes targets to become slowed.
- Exotic Trait: Tithing Harvest – Precision final blows while Creeping Attrition is active create a Stasis shard that returns to you. Collecting Stasis shards refills the magazine.
- Exotic Catalyst: Hadopelagic Tribute – Collecting Stasis shards gradually overflows the magazine.
How to Get Wicked Implement in Destiny 2
You can get Wicked Implement right now by completing the Broken Blade Exotic quest. This quest is hidden behind fishing and I highly recommend you read our guide to understand how to do all the steps.
From Light.gg, we learn that one of the Season of the Deep Seasonal Challenges for Week 10 is called Wicked Depths. This Seasonal Challenge has a description that says, “Complete the Whetstone encounter in Deep Dives and earn the Wicked Implement Scout Rifle.” While you can get Wicked Implement right now via the Broken Blades Exotic quest, perhaps there will be an easier way for everyone to get it later in the season.
With this in mind, we’ll get Wicked Implement once the Whetstone encounter gets unlocked on Week 10, which is around July 25. If you want it sooner, complete the hidden Broken Blade Exotic quest.
How to Get the Wicked Implement Catalyst in Destiny 2
Since we just figured out how to get Wicked Implement, we don’t know how to get the Catalyst just yet.
If it’s anything like Vexcalibur, we’ll need to complete the Whetstone encounter a few more times. Only time will tell, but once we know, we’ll update this guide.
- This article was updated on July 5th, 2023