Rise of Iron, the fourth major expansion pack of Bungie's first-person shooter video game Destiny, brings back the Khvostov 7G-0X auto rifle.

The Khvostov 7G-0X is the very first weapon that players are given at the start of the game. Many players would have traded the auto rifle because of low damage and no perks. However, some people have sentimental value associated with the Khvostov 7G-0X and Bungie is bringing it back as an exotic weapon.

The weapon will be awarded after completing the quest called "We Found A Rifle." Gamers have two ways of playing the quest. Those who already have the original Khvostov 7G-0X will have to dismantle the auto rifle and the quest will be presented.

However, gamers who do not have the original Khvostov 7G-0X will have to work hard for the auto rifle. If you are one of those, you will need to go to the hidden side boss, which can be found in the Cosmodrome. Then, proceed to the location where Fallen Tank used to fight prior to the expansion, and then head toward the wall.

You will have to pass through a long hallway that has a console and light beams next to it. An Intel Relay is needed, which you can obtain after killing a high-level Fallen in the Plaguelands, to proceed further.

After exiting the wall a Fallen Ketch and your ghost will start a dialogue regarding Pilot Servitor. You will have to proceed toward the Ketch and then fill the Fallen and the boss. After that, you have to open a chest that contains a key item, which will help in building the auto rifle.

Next, visit Shiro-4 in Felwinter and he will give the official quest for obtaining the Khvostov 7G-0X. Completing the quest will reward you with the assault rifle.

Those who kept the original Khvostov 7G-0X would be delighted that they can obtain the new auto rifle without a lot of hassle.

Destiny was released in September 2014 for Sony PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360. In May this year, the game's publisher Activision revealed that Destiny is being played by 30 million users worldwide, which is an increase of 5 million when compared to November 2015 figures. Activision suggests that the increased number of users was due to the April Update, commonly called "The Taken Spring" by Destiny fans.

It remains to be seen if Destiny is able to attract more players with Rise of Iron, released on Sept. 20, and the new quest for the Khvostov 7G-0X.

Check out a video released by Arekkz Gaming that shows how to get the Khvostov 7G-0X in Destiny: Rise of Iron.

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