The ‘Destiny 2’ God Roll Splicer Weapons You Should Be Farming For
A brand new slate of Destiny 2 weapons have arrived in Season of the Splicer, and it’s clear it’s another good crop, full of new perks and unusual archetypes. We didn’t lose anything with sunsetting sunset, but we gained a whole lot.
I’ve been playing a metric ton of Override, and have managed to play around with all these weapons so far. As such, I think I’ve established what god rolls I’m going for on all six of the ones that drop from Override, that you can also focus for in Umbral Engrams (though don’t do that until you’ve upgraded your gauntlet quite a bit).
Here’s what you should be hunting for this season of Destiny 2:
Chroma Rush (Auto Rifle)
Heating Up/Rampage – Just got this one and boy do I love the combination of these two, increasing stability and damage at the same time.
Subsistence/Rampage – Subsistence got a buff this season, but it was always pretty good on autos, and this may be the best PvE combo overall.
Feeding Frenzy/Kill Clip or Rampage – A more traditional roll and Kill Clip in particular can make this shred. Base reload speed is already nuts though.
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Ignition Code (Breach Grenade Launcher)
Slideshot/Demolitionist, Frenzy or Vorpal – Honestly, this is the only perk in the first row I would go for. This is the first breach grenade launcher to get slideshot, meaning you can insta-refill it on any slide, and then just combine that with your favorite perk on the other end and you’re good to go.
Full Auto/Frenzy or Multikill Clip – Full Auto makes this new sidearm an absolute monster in Crucible especially, and I love it.
Heating Up/Multikill Clip – Heating Up is an interesting choice that you might like the feel of if you don’t mind losing Full Auto.
Gridskipper (Pulse Rifle)
Firmly Planted/High Impact Reserves or Multikill Clip – Firmly Planted is incredibly good on Pulse Rifles in PvP and Gridskipper is no exception. First time out of the barn and I was destroying with this. And I’m bad!
Tunnel Vision/Multikill Clip – These two perks pair well together with bonuses after reload.
Moving Target/High Impact Reserves – Another possibly good PvP roll to make this a bit stickier. This just doesn’t really seem like a PvE gun overall.