We help optimize your Hunter experience in Destiny 2 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, covering all three of its subclasses Speaking of PvP, the Nightstalker can be a huge contributor defensively and offensively, especially when using Vanishing Step and Keen Scout to disappear and boost sprinting, respectively. Last but not least, look for armor that enhances sprinting and sliding, both of which go a long way in making you hard to kill.
Topic. I was running Arcstrider for PVE (the one with the infinite melee/roll combo) and Gunslinger for PVP (the one that recharges throwing knives with a precision hit). Lately though I've started running Arcstrider 100%, switching to Way Of The Wind for PVP because I like that disorientating melee. I'm yet to try Nightstalker, but I remember smoke bombs wrecking in PVP in D1. Which is the best class and subclass for each mode?
Nightstalker i use in both PVP and PVE PVE trapper tree: Orpheus Rig exotic is stupid broke. I made 16 orbs of light and triggered my ult 4 times in 60 seconds- also spamming double grenades.
Great utility class for raids. PVP: I love the movement speed bonus, double grenades (one acting as a flashbang) and the ability to dodge to invisible. I was running Arcstrider for PVE (the one with the infinite melee/roll combo) and Gunslinger for PVP (the one that recharges throwing knives with a precision hit). This^ right here is the best way to play hunter.
I tried Nightstalker for a while and tried my best to like it, but it is really underwhelming. The only saving grace it has is keen scout and invisibility, but for that class you really sacrifice your super because it's just too damn weak in every way when it comes to pvp. I mean the shadowshots don't even one shot kill anyone and the moebius quiver is even useless in pve, so called massive damage on tethered enemies is not so massive at all....
Rafahil19 posted... I was running Arcstrider for PVE (the one with the infinite melee/roll combo) and Gunslinger for PVP (the one that recharges throwing knives with a precision hit).
This^ right here is the best way to play hunter. I tried Nightstalker for a while and tried my best to like it, but it is really underwhelming. The only saving grace it has is keen scout and invisibility, but for that class you really sacrifice your super because it's just too damn weak in every way when it comes to pvp.
I mean the shadowshots don't even one shot kill anyone and the moebius quiver is even useless in pve, so called massive damage on tethered enemies is not so massive at all.... Maybe your somehow using it wrong. In pve my mobius quiver does massive damage.
Or at least it does as much damage as arcstrider with the flux chest on.
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Whether you own a high-end gaming rig, or a standard low/mid-range PC - we have made a guide that will ensure you get the most out of your Destiny 2 experience. On PC, fame rates are king. Take your place on the throne. It’s strange to think that Destiny 2 has not even been out for six months yet.
It’s been a period of ups and downs for Bungie - critical acclaim, awards, loot box controversy, over powered guns, apologies and a vocal community. We at AltChar are split with some of us loving this game and some of us . Those of us that love it and still play it, want to share with you guys the preferred graphical settings for PC to get the most out of the game.
For this video we are using an AMD Ryzen 7 1700X Eight-Core CPU with 16GB of RAM memory and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070. The game is running off an SSHD. Best graphics settings Firstly whack all them settings up to the highest. This isn’t where you want to see everything in the distance. This is Destiny 2 - a glistening sci-fi world. It deserves to be seen in all its wonder. To expand on this wonder, you are going to want to change the Field of View from its default setting to the max of 105. This will expand the amount you can see and will come in useful during crucible.
Activision Destiny 2 - Field of view For Anti-aliasing, the FXAA will make the image a bit more blurry in getting rid of jagged edges, so you want to go for the SMAA. It will take more out of your machine but will provide a much better experience. Activision Destiny 2 - Anti-aliasing Make sure the Texture Anisotropy is set to 16x. This will make objects at a distance seem more detailed. Activision Destiny 2 - Texture anisotropy Finally, we have the Screen Space Ambient Occlusion. This will make areas darker if there is no light.
HDAO all the way. Activision Destiny 2 - Screen space ambient occlusion These are the settings that you should apply if you want to make your Destiny 2 experience be as beautiful as possible. Now let’s move on to what you got to do for best performance. Best performance settings First thing, turn off the Aim Smoothing. It puts the control fully on your mouse settings and not overridden by Destiny 2. Activision Destiny 2 - Aim smoothing Make sure the window mode is on Fullscreen so that you reduce any form of input lag.
The same is applied to Vsync - get that turned off. It’s a slight reduction but combined with everything else, you are going to get more FPS. Activision Destiny 2 - Fullscreen and Vsync Anti-Aliasing should be kept to SMAA. If you got the power, it can stop the game being blurry around the edges. Same applies to HDAO for Screen Space Ambient Occlusion. Activision Destiny 2 - Anti-aliasing & screen space ambient occlusion Set Texture Quality to medium.
It still looks great and will reduce the strain on the computer. Set Shadows to medium as well. This will make it easier to see enemies hiding in them - the same principle we apply to PUBG. Activision Destiny 2 - Texture and shadow quality Turn the Depth of Field off so that the enemies in the distance don’t look blurry.
Activision Destiny 2 - Depth of field Turn all the other settings to medium. Yes the game looks great during the opening cinematics on high, but later on, you don’t really need see that much extra detail as the game is no-longer taking you on a sightseeing tour. And finally turn the Motion Blur, Wind Impulse and Film Grain off. They do little graphical improvements, but is it really noticeable when you are running around shooting everything in sight? We think not. Activision Destiny 2 - Motion blur, wind impulse and film grain Godspeed, Guardian!
for PC has finally launched and it’s time to get started! Like all games, you want to optimize the game as much as possible, especially for competitive gaming. First off, make sure you meet the recommended system requirements or the very least the minimum system requirements. If you don’t meet the minimum system requirements, then don’t buy the game as you will not be able to enjoy it.
Our target is an average of 60 FPS for each of the main resolutions in gaming (1080p, 1440p, 4K). If you want to go even higher than 60 FPS, then either use lower settings, lower your resolution in the game or get a better GPU. Recommended System Requirements For Destiny 2 CPU Intel i5-2400 3.4 GHz, i5-7400 3.5 GHz, AMD Ryzen R5 1600X 3.6 GHz, or equivalent GPU GeForce GTX 1060 6GB, GeForce GTX 970, or equivalent RAM 8GB OS Windows 10 64-bit HDD 68GB available space required Recommended GPUs For Destiny 2 Screen Resolution Detail Level GPU 3840×2160 (4K or 2160p) High-Highest 2560×1440 (1440p) High 1920×1080 (1080p) High If you want to target 120 FPS, then use a resolution below the GPU.
For example, you’d use a GTX 1070 for 1920×108 at 120FPS and a GTX 1080 Ti for 2560×1440 at 120FPS. Destiny 2 Graphics Settings Set the Graphics Quality option to Custom and apply these recommendations to optimize Destiny 2. Window Mode: Fullscreen Anti-Aliasing: SMAA Comparison: – Setting this to SMAA will cost you roughly 2 FPS, while FXAA will cost you 0.5 FPS. : HDAO Turning this to HDAO only costs about 2 FPS and it’s definitely worth it. Texture Anisotropy: 16x Comparison (16x vs off): – Turning this setting to 16x only costs about 2 FPS, which is okay considering the benefit you get from it.
Texture Quality: Highest There should not be any performance costs setting this to Highest if you have the necessary VRAM for it, which is 3GB for 1080p at 100% Render Resolution. Shadow Quality: Medium Depth of Field: High or Highest Comparison (Highest vs Off): – Comparison (High vs Off): – Setting this at High will only cost around 2 FPS while Highest will cost around 6 FPS.
Field of View: Your Preference Having a higher Field of View (FOV) allows you to see more and thereby give you a competitive edge. You’re able to see people before they see you, if they have a lower FOV than you. You can select between 55 to 105 degrees, so choose carefully. There’s a performance loss of around 12 FPS from 55 degrees to 105 degrees. We recommend you set this as high as you can. Environment Detail Distance: Medium Comparison (High vs Low): – Character Detail Distance: High Comparison: – Foliage Detail Distance: Medium Comparison: – Foliage Shadows Distance: High There’s no apparent FPS loss setting this to High so just pick that option.
Light Shafts: High We didn’t notice any performance loss setting this to High. Motion Blur: Your Preference We like to enable this option as it almost eliminates blurring effects from the game. Wind Impulse: On Setting this to On will only cost you 0.1 FPS and will add an extra touch to Destiny 2’s gameplay, so we’d say it’s definitely worth it. Render Resolution: 100% Comparison (200% vs 100%): – HDR: Depends on your display Most people don’t havee a HDR display, so you can just leave this Off.
If you happen to have a HDR display, then turning this On will greatly improve color and the overall visual look of the game. Chromatic Aberration: Your Preference This setting is basically making the area around your reticle more focused than other areas of your screen. It adds a “realism” effect to the game, but some users dislike it. Film Grain: Off Destiny 2 Controls Settings Aim Smoothing: Off Thanks for checking our guide! If you want in-depth knowledge about the settings then check out !
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