Found Verdict can be obtained in Destiny 2 by opening the meeting chest in The Vault of Glass Raid. It’s an exciting prospect that can compete with the PvP kings, Felwinter’s Lie, if you get the right roles.
In this guide, we will discuss the various benefits you can get to a weapon, as well as some God Rolls for PvP and PvE.
How to get the found verdict
The found verdict can be obtained from the chest of meetings in the Vault of Glass. Once found for the first time, it can also start falling from secret chests in a raid.
Verdict statistics found
- Impact – 80
- Range – 38
- Stability – 30
- Handling – 45
- Charging speed – 42
- RPM – 55
- Tray size – 4
- Targeted aid – 37
- Kickback – 75
- Direction – has a vertical inclination
Perk 1: Full Choke, Rifled Barrel, Smoothbore, Smallbore, Barrel Shroud, Corkscrew Rifling
Perk 2: Assault Mag, Appended Mag, Tactical Mag, Extended Mag, Steady Rounds, Accurized Rounds, Light Mag
Perk 3: Rewind, Case with automatic loading, Excess, Relentless, Presentation, Fully automatic start system
Perk 4: One-two Strike, Frenzy, Vorpal Weapon, Demolitionist, Splash Shot, Killing Wind.
PvP God Roll
Like all shotguns that can regularly attack enemies in the Crucible, the goal of any roll on a found verdict is to increase range. Full choke and accurate ammunition give weapons and an impressive base range. The presentation and introductory slide nicely round things up and allow enthusiasts to easily put together the range, accuracy and stability.
PvE God Roll
Range is less important for PvE roles, because you usually want to face a strong enemy and damage as soon as possible before the boss gives up. For us, Full Choke, Assault Mag, Auto-Loading Holster and Vorpal Weapon are where to go. Immerse yourself in a powerful enemy and throw all the rounds you can into it, and then immediately switch to another weapon to keep the PCB high, alternately back to the found verdict after the automatic charge starts.