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Void 3.0 will see buffs in Destiny 2 Season 19

Published: 02:47, 07 November 2022
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Destiny 2 - Void Titan
Destiny 2 - Void Titan

First among the 3.0 subclasses, Void is now due for some buffs to catch up with its younger brethren in Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 has completed the upgrade to 3.0 subclasses with the introduction of Aspects and Fragments to Arc but Solar and Void got the same treatment in earlier seasons.

Void was the herald of the changes and even though it was extremely strong during the introductory season, it has fallen behind Solar, and now Arc. 

Bungie will attempt to even the scales in Season 19 as each subclass is getting a balance pass, with Void being in line for buffs.

First, the Void Overshield various abilities can provide was supposed to grant 50 per cent damage resistance in PvE but was actually providing just 25 per cent for some reason. This will be fixed.

Nova Bomb for Warlocks has two variations - Vortex and Catacylsm, with the latter being the one that provides seeker projectiles that dominated the player choice. As such, Vortex is getting initial projectile speed buffed by 21 per cent, blast radius of the pull by 17 per cent and the strength of the pull itself by 20 per cent in a bid to reach parity.

Bungie Destiny 2 - Void Warlock Destiny 2 - Void Warlock

Titans aren't getting many updates as Shield Bash's improved reliability for applying suppression is the only buff that's on the cards.

Similar to the Warlock choice of the Nova Bomb, Hunters heavily favoured Moebius Quiver over Deadfall when it comes to Shadowshot variations. In Season 19, Deadfall's anchor lifetime will increase from eight to 12 seconds while Shadowshot's will be lowered from eight to six seconds, providing an obvious choice for those preferring utility on their Super, rather than damage.


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