Consider playing through one of Destiny 2 campaigns. If you’re still dealing with how the game works, you might want to slow down before jumping headfirst into the latest seasons or updated planets.
In Destiny 2, there are three tiers of ammo: Primary/white ammo weapons (a single white bullet near their icons), special/green ammo weapons (two green bullets near their icons), and heavy/purple bullet weapons (three purple bullets near their icons).
Special weapons and primary weapons can each go in the first two slots, depending on if they are energy or kinetic (meaning no energy element). That allows you to use two main weapons or two special weapons if you want. You can do some cool builds in both, but each has its problems.
If you go with the main dual you will always have ammo but won’t be able to deal much damage. Special weapons provide high bonus damage at the cost of ammo. So if you have two special weapons you will always be low on ammo but deal massive damage.
Take one of the most scenarios – a main single and a special only. That way you always have a special weapon to take care of the big bosses and enemies and the main weapon when you run out of ammo.
Different Guns And Perks – Destiny 2
When you first start, enemies and quests will throw weapons at you all the time. That’s OK! Take a moment to try out the new weapons you get, even if it’s not as good as your current gun. There are a ton of different guns in Destiny 2, and while you never need to commit to just one, it’s always helpful to know what you like.
When you feel more comfortable, start testing the weapon that you like best. What privileges do they have? (Perks are abilities attached to your gun that affect its effectiveness) guns often feel (it all feels unique) and privileged.
In the end, you’ll learn exactly the kinds of perks you want, say, Cannons Hand – We’re part to mix like Rampage and Outlaw – but you’ve experimented to get there.
Infuse Gear – Destiny 2
If you have a low gear piece, you can sacrifice another weapon to bring your favorite gun closer to your current energy level, the process is called infusion.
Infusion is a great way to keep your loot usable in tougher content, but it’s also quite expensive.
Before you start tackling really hard stuff like raids or dungeons, cast your favorite gear so your damage doesn’t fall short. But while you’re still learning how to play, don’t worry too much about leveling up your favorite gear after it falls behind. You’ll have plenty of time to play with your favorites, but you don’t want to waste the material infused into the item, which you’ll replace in a few hours.
Run Weekly Challenges
There are many opportunities to acquire powerful gear pieces. Each week, there is a series of challenges to complete worldwide. They are denoted by a blue star on a carrier or planet, and they reset every Tuesday morning.
Some of these are quite complex (like midnight) or season-to-season (like the VEX attack). But many of them only participate in playing activities in Destiny 2.
Check out the weekly flashpoint on one of the planets (just complete the public events or lost fields) or play a few hot matches to get a great chunk of the loot.