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All the new Destiny 2 exotics and Eververse items in Shadowkeep and Season of the Undying so far

Destiny 2 has finally made the big switcheroo to Steam (with a few server hiccups) and with the change comes a slew of new Eververse items, plus exotic guns and armor—some from the Season of the Undying update and others via the slightly more expensive Shadowkeep expansion. Noted Destiny 2 aficionado Tim Clark joined me for a quick look at the new gear coming in Bungie's first go without Activision's oversight, bringing thousands of hours of taste and decency with which to critique the new lineup of emotes, ornaments, and newly added finishers. If a video and sultry voiceovers aren't doing it for you, scroll through some ancient still images of all the new stuff below. 

New Eververse armor sets

Eververse Titan armour.

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Eververse Warlock armour.

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Eververse Hunter armour.

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New exotic armor

New Hunter helmet for any subclass that synergises with finisher moves.

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New Titan boots for the bottom tree Sunbreaker subclass.

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New Warlock chest piece for Stormcaller subclasses.

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New exotic weapons

New exotic bow, the first power variant.

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New exotic rocket launcher.

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New exotic trace rifle, likely connected to the raid.

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Previously a PlayStation exclusive, now available on PC.

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Exotic auto rifle returning from Destiny 1.

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New exotic hand cannon, acquired from the season pass.

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New exotic ornaments

For the Thunderlord machine gun.

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For the Izanagi's Vow sniper rifle.

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For the Deathbringer rocket launcher.

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For the Erianna's Vow hand cannon

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For the Riskrunner SMG.

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For the Queenbreaker's Bow linear fusion rifle.

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For the Jotunn fusion rifle.

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For the Thorn hand cannon.

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For the Ace of Spades hand cannon.

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For the Monte Carlo auto rifle.

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For Titan's Heart of Inmost Light.

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For Titan's Armamentarium.

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For Warlock's Phoenix Protocol.

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For Warlock's Chromatic Fire.

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For Hunter's Gwisin Vest.

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For Hunter's Wormhusk Crown.

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New exotic ghosts, sparrows, and ships

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Transmat effects and emotes

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