In Destiny 2, you are initially restricted to the sport’s latest subclasses for story causes we can’t spoil. The others might be unlocked later, nonetheless, so when you’re questioning when you will get your palms in your beloved Nightstalker once more, or begin throwing some extra Hammers of Sol, right here’s when and the way.
For a full rundown of all 9 subclasses, take a look at our Destiny 2 class guide.
You unlock your second and third subclasses by means of objects referred to as Class Relics, which can begin dropping while you attain sure stage thresholds. Many Redditors on this thread report receiving their first at stage seven, and it seems to be just like the second comes at stage 14 or 15. OP ShadowRock9 reviews that the Relics can drop from any chest, and that, when you’re on the stage threshold, the drop charge is fairly excessive.
The subsequent step is to ‘charge’ the Class Relic by killing issues. The Milestone immediate suggests you do that in public occasions, however ShadowRock9 says this solely speeds issues up – any kills in PvE and even PvP will elevate the completion share. So actually, all you must do is play the sport.
Once you hit 100%, a brand new mission will unlock. It seems to be like that is related for all subclasses in that it is all the time set on the Shard of the Traveler on Earth, and includes losing hordes of enemies along with your new Super, which you’ll be able to fast-charge by passing by means of swimming pools of Light. Complete this mission to unlock your new subclass.
Hunters begin as Arcstriders, unlock Gunslingers first, and Nightstalkers final. Titans begin as Sentinels, unlock Strikers first, and Sunbreakers final. Warlocks begin as Dawnblades, unlock Voidwalkers first, and Stormcallers final.
Here’s ShadowRock’s video demonstration.