the Crucible PvP arenas in Destiny 2. Whether it involves slaughtering each other in the differences maps of Clash, conquering flags in Control or the Defend and Attack playlist of Countdown, here are some tips, to improve your game.
COMPLIMENTAL WEAPON LOADOUTS
Smart weapon equipment is an important aspect of the crucible. And one of the things that you as a player have little control over.
For example, do you use a long-range weapon, such as a wrist gun or scout gun? Then it can give you an advantage in the open lanes of Midtown, and do you also use a short-range cannon, a low-arm or an automatic weapon? Then it gives you protection in the immediate vicinity. quarters of encounters that you will encounter on Endless Vale.
BONUS DAMAGE AGAINST ENEMY SUPERS
Players in their super ability will also take bonus damage from your energy primary so be sure to keep that loaded for when you hear the ominous sound of an enemy super activate.
Never travel alone! Always travel with at least one teammate. It is impossible to win a two against one combat situation. Travel with your teammates and help each other defeat your enemy and it will be difficult for everyone to beat you.
CHECK YOUR HEALTH BALANCE ACTIVE
Getting the habit of looking actively at your health bar – instead of just waiting for it to start blinking red – is one of the most important things you can do.
If you have half a health or less, leave the fight as soon as possible to recover, and try to avoid getting into a fight if you are damaged, and otherwise it is your own fault that you are “patiently” waiting to respawn again. Choose your battles
ITEM TERACTIONS IN COMBAT
Destiny 2 now lets players interact with objects while simultaneously still being able to defend themselves. In the new mode Countdown, for example, players can now shoot or melee opponents while setting or defusing a charge. In the original Destiny, using a weapon while interacting with an object or reviving a teammate would have cancelled the action.
REVIVE ACTIONS CAN BE INTERRUPTED
The timer to revive teammates is actually reset if a player sustains damage during the relapse process. If you try to revive a teammate, you must ensure that you are in a safe place to avoid getting caught in the open air.
BECOME A HUMAN (OR EXO OR AWOKEN) TURRET
When Titans equip the Rally Barricade skill, they get a buff that automatically reloads their equipped gun when you take cover behind it.
This works on anyone else on their fireteam who uses the
barricade as cover, too, meaning you can keep popping in
and out from behind the barricade while holding
the trigger to become a stationary turret for as long as
the ability is active.
FREE CONTROL POINTS
Players no longer have to capture A or C at the beginning of a Control match. It will
automatically be captured for you so don’t waste time just standing there waiting for nothing
SOLO POINT CAPTURES
Only one player needs to be in the control circle to capture a point. Having more than one player doesn’t make capturing the point any faster. So do not waste the point by all standing together, then you become a target. place yourself in a tactical position and destroy your opponent. Or divide your team over multiple circles.
STACKING WARLOCK RIFTS
The Warlock’s healing rift is extremely useful for controlling and defending an area on the map such as Control Point B on Endless Vale, and the damage rift can be vital to give you and your teammates extra firepower while outnumbered.
While each rift helpful on its own, the best use of these abilities is stacking both types on top of each other. Place a healing rift and a damage rift on top of one another to maximize your team’s combat ability. A team of Warlocks can coordinate to receive continuous health and damage boosts, making it near impossible for opponents to take a team out.