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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: How to Get Chaotic & Volatile Gear | Endgame Guide

Chaotic and Volatile gear are powerful endgame items you can farm in the game. Here’s how you can get them.

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Once you’ve reached endgame, the next thing you’ll want to do in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is to get your hands on some Chaotic and Volatile gear. Similar to Borderlands 3’s Mayhem gear, you can only obtain these items after finishing the game’s main story.

However, it’s not just a simple case of ramping up the difficulty in order to get one. Without further ado, here’s how you can obtain powerful Chaotic and Volatile gear.

How to Get Chaotic & Volatile Gear in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Before anything else, let’s have a short overview of what Chaotic & Volatile gear are.

These items are essentially more powerful gears than the standard pieces of gear. Chaotic items, in particular, are 20% more powerful than the standard gear while Volatile items are 40% more powerful. This is why most players want to get their hands on one of these items due to the major increases they provide.

Now, to farm these items, you’ll have to get to the Chaos Chambers which is basically the game’s endgame dungeon. To do this, you’ll want to visit the Chaos Chamber and talk to the Dragon Lord. He will be the one to provide you with several options as to which Chaos Chamber run you want to tackle.

You can choose from either a Normal run, an Extended run, a Chaos Trial, and the Featured Run. The higher your Chaos level, the better loots you can get. You can see the maximum Chaos level you have in the menu, alongside the bonuses you get in each level as well as the stats of the enemies you’ll come across.

You’ll want to keep in mind that the higher Chaos level you’re running, the harder it gets. On the other hand, it will grant you better rewards as well as a chance for obtaining both Chaotic and Volatile items. However, do take note that the drop chance for Volatile items only unlocks at Chaos level 20 and will remain at 0% percent on lower levels.

If it’s your first time running Chaos Chambers, the very first thing you should do is to level up your Chaos level. To do this, you’ll have to talk to the Dragon Lord and run a Chaos Trial. Every time you successfully clear a trial, your Chaos Level will increase by one until you get to the maximum level which is level 20.

To farm Chaotic gear, you just have to run Chaos Chambers on as high Chaos level as you possibly can. It maxes out at level 20 with a 28.17% drop chance. Meanwhile, if you want to farm Volatile gear, you’ll have to run Chaos Chambers at level 20 until you finally get one.

Since the drop late is too low, only at 1.41%, getting a Volatile gear to drop will rely on your RNG. Also, you want to run a build that’s capable of clearing Chaos Level 20 runs to efficiently farm as much Volatile gear as possible.

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Overwatch 2: Which is The Best Hero to Use | New Hero Tier List

Use these heroes when the game drops

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In various regions of the world, Overwatch 2 will be launched on October 4 and 5. To make room for the release of the game, the Overwatch servers will also be shut down. These are some of the best heroes you may use when the game is available.

Which is The Best Hero to Use, New Hero Tier List in Overwatch 2

Overwatch and Overwatch 2 are different in some ways. Hero quests, dynamic weather, passives, visual enhancements, and many more will be available. But the new maps, characters, and game types included in Overwatch 2 are among the most eagerly awaited.

Some heroes will return when the game starts, and they might get updates or revisions that alter the meta.

Overwatch 2 Tier List

There will be six different hero tiers in Overwatch 2.

S-Tier

In the Overwatch 2 meta, these heroes are so powerful that some players can carry an entire team alone.

Dva

Winston

Sombra

Kiriko

A-Tier

These heroes are powerful and skilled in both assault and defense.

Zarya

Lucio

Genji

Briggette

Sigma

Tracer

Sojourn

Zenyatta

Ana

Baptiste

B-Tier

These heroes are average yet still rather good in the current meta, depending on the map you are playing.

Doomfist

Wrecking Ball

Symmetra

Soldier-76

Torbjorn

Reinhardt

Moira

Orisa

Roadhog

Mei

Reaper

Widowmaker

Echo

C-Tier

While it is possible to utilize these heroes, there are better options available.

Ashe

Cassidy

Hanzo

Junker Queen

Mercy

D-Tier

Avoid utilizing these heroes if possible.

Bastion

Pharah

E-Tier

Playing these heroes will force you and your squad to give up on the game.

Junkrat

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