Destiny 2 grants Hunter gamers the chance to turn into an orb-generating machine. Go wild.
We’re having fun with Destiny 2 up to now, and particularly having a pleasant time making an attempt out all of the shiny new weapons and armour items on provide.
Arekkz has all the main points on the Orpheus Rig, an Exotic Hunter leg armour with an nearly Warlock-like capability to arrange very rewarding gameplay loops. Like to play Nightstalker? Like to make orbs in your allies? Just wish to win? Oh, you’re actually gonna need this one.
What makes the Orpheus Rig so nice is that it fees your grenade, melee and even Super capability for each enemy you tether with Shadowshot. Pop your Super in a large enough crowd – say eight or so, which is nothing distinctive in any respect a busy public occasion or a Thrall swarm – and Shadowshot will will recharge immediately.
Not solely does this imply extra possibilities to make use of your Super, but it surely additionally means you’ll have extra alternatives to create Orbs of Light and cost everybody else’s Supers, too. It’s not even essential to take the the Hunter Nightstalker subclass improve route which makes additional orbs for every enemy killed whereas tethered, because you’ll be capable of pop your Super once more nearly immediately.
I personally acquired the Orpheus Rig in a fortunate Heroic Public Event Exotic drop and may verify: is it a number of enjoyable. Not solely does it look actually cool with the Hunter’s snake emblem and people Void arrows within the hip quiver, but it surely actually does mean you can unleash some loopy mayhem. I believe I’ll erase our complete Destiny 2 guide and simply exchange it with the phrases “get Orpheus Rig”. (Unfortunately, it’s a random Exotic drop; there’s no assured path to acquire it.)
Making Orbs of Light for allies has at all times been an necessary a part of high-level Destiny play comparable to Raids and endgame Strikes, and having the ability to take action offers Hunters a co-op group function they’d beforehand been missing in Destiny 2. Sure, Titans could make boundaries and Warlocks can set therapeutic or buffing rifts, however can they make it rain like this? I believe not.