The Ambassador is an assault rifle that was designed by the Corpus that deals innate electricity damage with all of its shots.
It can switch between fully automatic rounds as well as long-range explosive shots, which you can choose at any time.
With its ability to deal high amounts of damage, the Ambassador can take out both groups of enemies and even shred bosses.
How To Get Ambassador?
The Ambassador may not be the easiest weapon to get, but it does have its advantages once you do and there are different ways for you to obtain it.
This weapon consists of the Ambassador Barrel, Stock, and Receiver and all of these may be obtained in different ways.
You can get the Ambassador Blueprint as a reward from Rotation C in Railjack survival missions, such as the following:
- Veil Proxima Survival (16.67% chance to drop)
- Neptune Proxima Survival (8.33% chance to drop)
- Pluto Proxima Survival (8.33% chance to drop)
- Venus Proxima Survival (12.50%% chance to drop)
The above Ambassador Blueprint farm methods have different difficulties, which means the more difficult the area, the better chance you have to get it.
You can purchase the parts for this weapon from other players and can easily obtain the weapon’s components at cheap prices in Platinum.
The Ambassador Blueprint price will usually cost roughly around 20 to 30 Platinum and you can get the whole set if you need it as well.
Additionally, you can buy this weapon in the market but the Ambassador Price is not in Credits, instead, it costs 225 Platinum.
Ambassador Crafting Requirements
The following are all the parts as well as the resources that you need to craft the Ambassador:
- 20,000 Credits
- 1 Ambassador Barrel
- 1 Ambassador Receiver
- 1 Ambassador Stock
- 15,000 Credits
- 200 Cubic Diodes
- 5 Isos
- 1 Morphics
- 500 Oxium
- 15,000 Credits
- 200 Carbides
- 5 Gallos Rods
- 1 Morphics
- 600 Cryotic
- 15,000 Credits
- 5 Morphics
- 200 Ferrite
- 1,100 Alloy
- 10 Hexenon
The Ambassador fires fully automatic rounds at enemies when it is used in its primary firing mode and it can be switched to an alternate one.
When the Ambassador is in its alternate firing mode, it fires a long-ranged explosive shot that deals damage on impact as well as radial damage.
The following are the Ambassador’s stats:
1) Critical Build
The Ambassador’s ability to fire numerous rounds gives it a good chance of dealing a lot of critical damage over a small amount of time.
Boosting its critical chance to 42%, you can expect a lot of critical damage to be done before your magazine runs out.
The critical chance is also increased for its explosive shot, which gives you a good chance of blowing up multiple enemies in a single shot.
2) Headshot Build
Our Ambassador Headshot Build is a variant of our Ambassador Critical Build, featuring an increase in critical chance after a headshot is dealt with.
The Ambassador can easily hit enemies in the head from afar and the critical chance boost also affects the weapon even after switching firing modes.
With a large boost in critical chance, you will be able to deal a higher damage per second to enemies within seconds.
3) Status Build
If you favor tormenting your enemies with status effects while also chipping away at their health, the Ambassador Status Build is a good choice for you.
With this build, the status chance of the Ambassador is greatly increased, making it guaranteed that enemies you fire at will be inflicted with status effects.
Enemies will suffer from both the damage of this weapon rounds while also being affected by whichever status effects come from your elemental combinations.
4) Hybrid Build
This is a good Ambassador Hybrid that suits different situations, that takes mods from both critical and status builds, combining them into one to create multiple sources of damage.
Enemies may be weakened or will take damage over time depending on your elemental combination, while also suffering from high amounts of critical damage.
This build works well on both regular enemies as well as bosses as it can cause a lot of damage before the magazine is emptied.
Is The Ambassador Any Good?
The Ambassador has its ups and downs when it comes to different missions but all in all, it’s a pretty decent weapon.
Its damage scales well, especially the explosive shot, which you can exploit to take out multiple enemies from safe distances.
Its magazine capacity offers a good number of shots before you have to reload, ensuring you deal a lot of damage even without an Ambassador Riven.
Obtaining the Ambassador can be a pain for some since you will need to get all of its component blueprints but it is definitely worth the effort.
The Ambassador is capable of shredding enemies in seconds, allowing you to take out multiple enemies with either of its firing modes.
Utilizing the Ambassador is best done by going fully automatic from close to medium range while you can later switch to its explosive ammo when attacking from afar.