Destiny 2: Grandmaster Nightfall Guide for the Inverted Spire; Weapons, Mods, and Armor to Use

Published 07/14/2021, 8:30 AM EDT


Destiny 2 players have tons of objectives to grind following the introduction of a new Nightfall for them to compete in. The new Nightfall will take place in the Inverted Spire, and players can gain weapons like the Adept variant of the Hung Jury.

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There are a lot of champions and mobs for players to go through in this Nightfall. In the Grandmaster variant of this Strike, players will have a hard time clearing them out, so they need to make sure that they use the best weapons, subclasses, mods and armor sets to complete it easily.

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Subclass to use in Grandmaster Nightfall for the Inverted Spire in Destiny 2

Destiny 2 players can use the meta subclass with the Statis Warlock. It’s been the meta for PvE for a long time, and it might stay like that for a while. In Nightfall Strikes, the Stasis turrets have dealt a lot of damage, but it doesn’t come in handy with the Inverted Spire.

They can also use a subclass like Revenant, which is the hunter-based subclass. It has some splendid Aspects like Grim Harvest, and Fragments like Whisper of Bonds and Whisper of Durance. Additionally, the Super in Silence and Squall also deals a lot of damage as well.

The most important exotic that players might want to use in this Nightfall are the Aeon Gauntlets. It provides a lot of amazing advantages to a player’s teammates as they produce Special and Heavy Ammo on finishes against Champions while using the Sect of Insight mod.

They should also use Reactive Pulse that allows players to gain an overshield while performing finishes.

Use Scout Rifles in the Inverted Spire

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It’s best to use a Scout Rifle in the Grandmaster Nightfall for the Inverted Spire as players will mostly have to deal with long-range fights. They can also use Anarchy even though it recently received a nerf in the Sandbox. It will be heavily nerfed soon, so players might want to use it before it becomes useless in PvE.

Players should also stack mods like Dynamo and Glacial Inheritance to gain a Stasis Super quickly. They should also use Anti-Barrier Rounds along with a Sniper Damage Resistance mod as well.

In the end, the Inverted Spire isn’t one of the most challenging Grandmaster Nightfall Strikes in Destiny 2. But Bungie has created a Strike that can confuse players, and they need to make sure that they don’t get caught napping while fighting mobs.

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Rupesh is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. Currently a student at Mumbai University, he has been involved with eSports since his childhood. Having played titles like Fallout 4, Minecraft, FIFA, Portal 2 and Halo 4 extensively, Rupesh has a deep understanding of the sport.

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