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How to Get Monte Carlo Catalyst in Destiny 2

Destiny 2 is a free-to-play first-person shooter game set in a solar system under siege by infamous villains.

Players assume the role of a Guardian and can choose from three different classes—Titan, Warlock, or Hunter.

The game offers both cooperative and multiplayer modes like co-op missions, quests, patrols, and raid progression.

Players can also engage in fast-paced free-for-all skirmishes, team arenas, and PvE/PvP hybrid competitions.

With cinematic storytelling and customizable gear, players can experience the mysteries of the solar system.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to get the Monte Carlo Catalyst in Destiny 2, to use the Bayonet attachment.

How to Get Monte Carlo Catalyst in Destiny 2

To get the Monte Carlo Catalyst in Destiny 2, you need to complete playlist activities.

The catalyst is a random drop that you can obtain at the end of any activity like strikes, gambit, crucible, etc.

Here’s how to do this:

  • Complete playlist activities (e.g. strikes, gambit, crucible).

The Catalyst will allow you to use the Bayonet attachment.

It’s attached to the end of the Monte Carlo.

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