How to get the Immovable Refit Catalyst in Destiny 2

With new Exotics come new Catalysts. These boosts to weapons are Bungie’s way of not only making powerful weapons better, but adding a little puzzle to the process too. Of course, Exotic Catalysts are always locked behind challenges, hoops to jump through, and secret areas. To get the Immovable Refit Catalysts in Destiny 2, you must complete a legendary mission. Seems simple, right?

Destiny 2 – Steps get the Immovable Refit Catalyst

This catalyst is for the hard-to-find Exotic, Vexcalibur. The Exotic Glaive, introduced in the Lightfall expansion, can only be found via a complex and hidden questline. A series of lights must be collected within a set amount of time to unlock the mission. On completion of the NODE.OVRD.AVALON mission on any difficulty, Vexcalibur will be awarded to your inventory.

Related: How to get the Vexcalibur in Destiny 2.

Subsequently, to unlock the Immovable Refit Catalyst for the Glaive, the mission must be completed again on Legendary difficulty. Obviously, this is no easy feat; the recommended light level is 1830 and will only scale with more people in the fireteam. Trying to over-level your Guardian won’t work either, as the power level is capped. Legendary-level missions limit the number of times you can respawn, also the power and number of enemies will be jacked right up. Expect a difficult battle.

How to get the Immovable Refit Catalyst in Destiny 2

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Notes on Vexcalibur Catalysts

Another key point is that Immovable Refit is only the first of three catalysts that will be available for Vexcalibur. Now, I presume they will be unlocked in the same method, but stay tuned to our guides and features hub to keep up to date.

Here are the functions of the three catalysts:

  • Immovable Refit – Dealing ranged weapon damage grants increased weapon energy while you’re stationary with your shield raised.
  • Robber Refit – Melee final blows reload this weapon’s magazine from reserves.
  • Feedback Refit – Blocking damage partially reloads this weapon from reserves.
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