Any data port in a storm – If you had pre-ordered Destiny 2’s Lightfall you must have received Quicksilver Storm as soon as Lightfall was finally out, but the same being an exotic has a catalyst that makes it better, all the more reason to acquire the same.
In this article by Frondtech, we’ll be guiding you with how you could complete the Any Data Port quest in Destiny 2’s lightfall to acquire the catalyst. Keep reading to learn more!
Any Data Port in a Storm Quest Guide
You’ll first have to acquire Quicksilver storm to even be able to start the quest. Once you’ve done so, just continue with your Lightfall campaign mode, but as you do so, keep an eye on the Hall of Heroes in Neomuna. As you progress through and complete some starter quests, you’ll notice an exotic symbol eventually. You can hover over the same to know that the symbol is the Any Data Port in a Storm. There onwards, just quickly travel to the location and start the quest. I have a complete guide on how to get the quest. Check it out.
Once you’ve started the quest, the very first thing you’ll be required to do is to gain data by getting eliminations. You could do this using rifles or grenade launchers. I prefer grenade launchers, as you’ll probably be able to acquire the same a bit quicker than otherwise. I was using my Lingering Dread for this mission. You can always have Grenade Launchers in the Special and Heavy weapon slots, followed by a normal rifle in the primary slot. Le Monarch is a nice option, as well.
Roam around Neomuna, eliminating enemies in Patrols, Public Events, or mainline Lightfall Story Missions. Once enough data is acquired, you’ll be guided towards Banshee-44, whom you’ll need to pay a visit to.
Banshee-44 will then advise you that the weapon needs to be adjusted to your particular style after a conversation for the nanomechanics to be optimized. Once that’s done, the final part of the quest will begin, which is to get eliminations using Quicksilver Storm’s Grenade Launcher mode. You’ll be required to eliminate a total of 50 enemies, and the best way to do the same is to use the auto rifle mode to hit weak points, which’ll then trigger the explosive bullets. If those explosive bullets make contact, a grenade will be added to one of your fire modes, which stacks up to three at max.
The fastest way to do the same would be to roam in Neomuna into public events and patrols until you’ve eliminated enough enemies. If you follow this method, it probably won’t take you more than a few minutes. After completing the quest though, you’ll be able to see it on Quicksilver Storm, but there’s one last thing that you’ll have to do in order to finally be able to use the unlocked catalyst.
The very last thing that’ll remain for you to do is simply get eliminations using Quicksilver Storm to eventually unlock the catalyst. This portion is the hardest, as you progress very slowly. I play Crucible a lot, so it was a bit faster for me, as PvP eliminations grant you more progress than PvE eliminations.
This might take a while though, but should you be able to achieve the same, the catalyst makes the Quicksilver Storm a Strand elemental weapon, increasing the damage output massively.
Last Updated on March 7, 2023
Abhinav, 19, Writer/Editor at Frondtech and out-and-out a gamer until time lasts. From spending a whole day performing LAN parties playing cs 1.6 since he was 12, to playing rust and all kinds of other games, all day long. He does it all. At times, you can find him fixing his mining rigs and staying up to date with the latest crypto news.