5 Killer Tips And Tricks For Starting Out In Destiny 2

There’s no denying that Destiny 2 is one of the most exciting shooter video games we’ve tried. It offers an impressive space-centered storyline coupled with superior graphics, and you don’t want to miss out on that. 

If you’re a beginner, starting out in Destiny 2 can be stressful. It can be pretty limiting, especially since better weapons are only unlocked once you’ve reached specific levels. And with that said, wouldn’t it be nice to level up faster on this game?

Well, you’re in luck. Here are 5 killer tips and tricks for starting out in Destiny 2. We guarantee that these tips will help you level up faster so you can unlock your guardian’s full potential.  

Explore and Patrol

This may be a scary tip for you, but it’s the most effective at gaining XP fast. Aside from the main Campaign on Destiny 2, you can also go on Patrol areas and explore the map for side missions. Completing these missions will give you loot or XP, and that can surely help your guardian in multiple ways. 

Also, you can consider joining public events. These are events for team games, and the rewards system is quite, well, rewarding. Even if you’re new and have no teammates yet, this would be a great way to meet potential allies. 

And if you’re feeling a little brave, you can also join heroic public events. The boss in these events is harder to beat, but you can easily level up once you do manage to take him down. 

Make the Most of Your Ammo and Abilities

One of the biggest mistakes that beginners make is that they tend to shoot the enemy with everything they’ve got. Unfortunately, you only get limited ammo on this game, and it would be a waste to use them excessively and carelessly. 

As a tip, we recommend using them only when you have to and try to be more aware of how much is left on your weapon. 

Similarly, try not to use your guardian’s special ability recklessly. Bear in mind that it takes a few minutes to recharge, and you don’t want to face the boss with no special ability. Thus, try to use it sparingly, and only when you’re facing the boss or when you’re in a critical situation. 

Attacking Shields

Since we’re talking about shooting at the enemy, here’s another useful tip for beginners. If you encounter an enemy with a shield, don’t shoot at it with your kinetic weapon. Kinetic weapons do not cause any damage to them, and that means you’re only wasting your precious ammo at them. 

But, that doesn’t mean that they’re completely indestructible. In reality, you can easily get rid of them even when they have a shield up – if you know what to do. And that’s what this tip is all about. 

If you encounter such a shielded enemy, the key is to switch from your kinetic weapon to an energy weapon and use elemental ammo to get rid of them. 

However, you must also bear in mind that the damage you bring upon them depends on whether the ammo is effective against the specific shield they’re using. They’re often represented by colors, and you can check your armory if you’re equipped with the ammo that corresponds with the shield color. 

Thus, it’s best to build your armory with different weapons to make sure that you’re prepared to face anything and everything. 

Smart Looting

Another tip that can help you level up faster is to be more strategic when you’re looting. 

When you defeat an enemy or open a treasure chest, a colorful element pops out. Not a lot of players are aware of this, but the color of the element or Engram will let you know if you’re getting a Common, Rare, or Exotic loot. If it’s yellow, it’s Exotic; if it’s purple, it’s Legendary; if it’s blue, it’s Rare; if it’s green, then it’s Uncommon, and if it’s green, it’s Common. 

Being familiar with these colors allows you to prioritize Exotic and Legendary engrams. These will usually contain weapons or armor parts that will help you improve your guardian’s skills. 

Target Weak Spots – generally the head except for Vex because belly yellow/white

And finally, you should know how to target the enemy’s weak spot. This will allow you to kill them faster using less ammo, so you can survive with your current magazine for a longer time. 

You would know if you’ve hit the enemy on a vital spot because the damage bar will be in yellow. This is opposed to hitting them in a random spot, which will often appear in white. 

As a rule, the head is often a vital spot, so you would want to aim for that as much as possible. However, this is not the case for Vex species. In case of fighting off a Vex, you must aim it at their bellies for maximum damage. 

And if you’re a beginner with little to no shooting skills, then you can always use a Destiny 2 aimbot to help you improve your target. 

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