Destiny No Land Beyond exotic sniper rifle review

By Daniel Chubb - Nov 24, 2014

This is the Destiny No Land Beyond exotic sniper rifle and today we will be looking at its stats along with any weapon upgrades, although a full review with gameplay will be featured after the new Destiny DLC release date. This weapon is in The Dark Below expansion that will launch on December 9, 2014.

Overall damage and standard stats for Destiny’s No Land Beyond exotic sniper rifle can be seen below. This reveals a 302 attack and details on its rate of fire, reload, stability, range, and impact. Of course, a lot can change with the weapon upgrades that are possible with this sniper rifle.

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You can see Destiny in-game icons below for the No Land Beyond weapon upgrades and auto unlocks, so if you recognize these then you’ll know what they mean. Those of you that don’t know them, let’s take a closer look at what can be upgraded and how this improves the guns stats.

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The No Land Beyond sniper rifle benefits from Kinetic Damage and obviously can be equipped in the primary weapon slot. You can benefit from Soft Ballistics less recoil, but this brings a penalty to impact. You can also upgrade with Accurized Ballistics for better impact/range and this delivers increased recoil as a downside, or opt for CQB Ballistics if you like reduced recoil but don’t mind less range.

As per normal, all these upgrades create an exotic sniper rifle that’s unique to how you like to play. The options above will be vastly different to each player, as you need to upgrade based on your skills.

We love the Mulligan upgrade for receiving ammo back to the magazine when you miss a shot. This isn’t always the case though, but it’s a great perk for those that need it. The No Land Beyond sniper rifle can also be attached with Flared Magwell to reload faster, Lightweight for 2+ agility, Snapshot to aim fast, and The Master for more precision damage with a slight knock to damage against your next target.

Other upgrades will be for increased attack power. You can see other weapons coming in The Dark Below expansion within this article.

What’s your thoughts on Destiny’s No Land Beyond exotic sniper rifle coming with the games first expansion? Leave your thoughts below and check back for a full review in December. Look out for Xur next on Friday, Nov 28.

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  • CJ

    I just got this weapon as a crucible reward and I had some thoughts. I really think the biggest way to help this weapon it to remove the mag. It’d be similar to it only have a mag of 1 that reloads every bolt-action. That way the mulligan would make it so you can fire 2 shots back to back and the flared magwell would apply to the bolt-action. It seems like it would do a lot to clean up the guns down time while not being too strong.

    Also lens flare is dumb.