Destiny 2: Void 3.0 Titan build for solo Legendary campaign

Published: 01:43, 03 March 2022
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Destiny 2 introduced a campaign that is pretty challenging but can be done even with basic tools if you have the right build. Here is one such example, for the Void 3.0 Titan.

Bungie introduced Void 3.0 in The Witch Queen, allowing a Light subclass to utilise the type of customisation only Stasis had before. However, it can be a little overwhelming at first, leading to unoptimised builds and possibly the inability to complete the first Legendary campaign in Destiny 2 .

I completed it on my Titan without grouping up, from the moment I started playing the expansion. This also meant I didn't have Artifact unlocks at the time, on top of missing Elemental Well mods. While some improvements could be done through those means, they didn't hamper my progress in any significant way.

Void subclass abilities, aspects and fragments

  • Abilities
    • Towering Barricade
    • High Lift
    • Shield Throw
    • Suppression Grenade
    • Sentinel Shield
  • Augments
    • Bastion
    • Controlled Demolition
  • Fragments
    • Echo of Exchange
    • Echo of Leeching
    • Echo of Expulsion


  • Weapons
    • Something for busting all elemental shields, such as:
      • Arbalest (Kinetic)
      • Hard Light (Energy, primary ammo)
      • Borealis (Energy, special ammo)
    • Rocket Launcher or Linear Fusion Rifle in the Heavy slot
  • Armour
    • Exotic: Heart of Inmost Light
  • Mods
    • Elemental Ordnance
    • Fastball
    • Font of Might (if you have it unlocked)
    • Volatile Flow (if you have it unlocked)
    • Melee Wellmaker
    • 2X Bomber on class item


Towering Barricade is your safe zone that provides Overshield on top of blocking projectiles. It will save your life more times than you will care to count.

I picked High Lift because it's nimble enough to get me over high obstacles but it can also be used to boost me horizontally, when timed properly.

Shield Throw, in combination with Melee Wellmaker, Echo of Leeching, Echo of Exchange and Heart of Inmost Light will be on multiple duties. It will provided elemental wells for recharging your abilities and boosting your weapon damage if you have Font of Might. The damage gets boosted even more if you have Volatile Flow. Personally, I did the campaign without any of the two so it's not a deal-breaker if you don't have these abilities. Echo of Exchange and Heart of Inmost Light will also make this ability a battery for your grenade.

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Speaking of which, use the Suppression grenade to stop anything except bosses in its tracks. This is especially helpful when you're facing multiple Lucent Brood. You can disable on or more of them with the grenade and even the odds before you kill them.

Sentinel Shield is generally used to get you out of a pickle. If you're taking heavy fire or notice too many adds spawning in, just pop the Super and clear everything out while healing like there is no tomorrow.

As for the weapons, you will pair your shield buster with a primary ammo weapon that either has extremely quick reload time or Subsistence. The reason is that many enemies will take a lot of ammo before they go down so you need to minimise the time when you're not firing.

My favourite shield buster for the campaign was Borealis because it gets bonus damage upon blowing up a shield of the same elemental type. This approach lets me remove a shield and then quickly burst any beefy enemy in the campaign, before they even get to react.

The reason I prefer Rocket Launchers and Linear Fusion Rifles in the Heavy Slot is the big burst potential, from a safe distance. If you have trouble landing rockets, switch to your LFR.

You can also use either Shield Throw or the grenade to clear groups of adds since Controlled Demolition will just make them go out in a blaze of Void glory.

Try chaining your abilities. Upon using an ability, Heart of Inmost Light will empower the other two to get better recharge time and improve their effects. If you keep chaining, you will be spamming the abilities a lot, allowing you to keep healing up while dealing massive AoE damage.

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