Destiny 2: Underrated PvP Builds for Warlock, Titan, and Hunter You Should Try

Published 10/21/2021, 8:00 AM EDT


Destiny 2 PvP has seen a lot of cool builds over the years. The crucible has included Hunters, Titans and Warlocks using builds which play to their advantage. Many others have also created sets which the community considers to be quite overpowered. However, there are some Exotics and builds around them that players rarely use, but can become dangerous in any scenario.

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Here are the most underrated PvP builds that Warlocks, Titans and Hunters should experiment in the Crucible.

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Warlocks: Earning tons of Grenade Energy in Destiny 2 PvP

The first underrated Exotic has to be the Contraverse Hold Gauntlets. With both Middle Tree Voidwalker and the Gauntlets receiving a nerf, almost Destiny 2 player has stopped using them. But, with Stasis Contraverse Hold and double Grenade Kickstart, players can earn tons of Grenade energy. This helps them use Handheld Supernova often, and it’s as powerful as a one-shot Shotgun.

  • Exotic: Contraverse Hold
  • Subclass: Middle Tree Voidwalker
  • Helmet Mods: Ashes to Assets, High-Energy Fire
  • Gauntlet Mods: 2x Grenade Kickstart
  • Chest Armor mods: Unflinching mod, Powerful Friends
  • Leg Armor Mods: Invigoration, Radiant Light
  • Class Item Mods: 2x Bomber, Taking Charge

Titans: Frontal Assault massacre

The Bottom Tree Striker subclass is one of the best in Destiny 2 PvP. However, most players pair it with Exotics like Dunemarchers and many more. But, it’s finally time for Guardians to try An Insurmountable Skullfort. The Exotic Helmet provides health regeneration and restores melee energy with Arc melee kills. Players can then use it to abuse the Frontal Assault ability for a lot of melee kills.

  • Exotic: An Insurmountable Skullfort
  • Subclass: Bottom Tree Striker
  • Helmet Mods: Targeting mod, Hands-On, Radiant Light
  • Gauntlet Mods: Focusing Strike, Loader mod, Taking Charge
  • Chest Armor mods: Charge mod
  • Leg Armor Mods: Invigoration, Powerful Friends
  • Class Item Mods: 2x Outreach

Hunters: Destiny 2 melee all day

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With the Liar’s Handshake Exotic Gauntlets, players can counter-punch melee attacks that will heal them. Additionally, with Top Tree Arcstrider, players can increase melee range by a lot. With mods like Impact Induction, Guardians on the Bungie title can also reduce Grenade cooldown time. Double Bombers also help do that as well. With more range, players can dodge and get final blow kills. Furthermore, the reduced Grenade cooldown also allows Guardians to play close quarters.

  • Exotic: Liar’s Handshake
  • Subclass: Top Tree Arcstrider
  • Helmet Mods: Targeting mod, Hands-On
  • Gauntlet Mods: Impact Induction
  • Chest Armor mods: Powerful Friends, Unflinching mod
  • Leg Armor Mods: Invigoration, Scavenger mod
  • Class Item Mods: 2x Bomber

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Bungie will soon nerf popular abilities and exotics like Dunemarchers, Shatterdive and many more. So it’s time for players to try out new stuff, and these builds can surely help them a lot in the Crucible.

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Rupesh Nair

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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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