Destiny 2 best PvP weapons in Season of Plunder

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New season, new rules, and new Destiny 2 PVP meta. Season of Plunder has shaken up the Crucible a lot, and it’s time for the meta to change. Every time we have to take our favorite gun and go into battle in tears because we know: this may be the last time we will use it. The tears again are welling up already… It’s time to pull yourself together with the Guardians!

This guide will look at the best PVP weapons in Destiny 2, or, at least, our favorites in the game right now! We promise to talk about revolvers, sniper, scout, pulse, and other interesting rifles out there. Also, don’t forget that you can buy Plunder PVP weapons boost from us and kick some butts without any farming. So, jump on the ship, and it’s time to go to the living hell to prove to other guardians who is the most ferocious fighter in the Crucible!

Legendary Weapons for PVP

As always, let’s start with the legendaries. Sure, you can expect some new Destiny 2 Plunder PVP weapons, but don’t get too carried away. And do not worry, we will still have time to reach the exotic.

Austringer

Best Rolls: Hammer-Forged Rifling, Ricochet Rounds, Eye of the Storm, Rangefinder

Where to find it: Chests on Leviathan, which opens by keys from activity Nightmare Containment; With the previous Season Pass, you can focus shadow engrams on this hand cannon.

What is a list of the best PVP weapons if there is no Austringer in it? A great combination of perks and stats makes this hand cannon just a ruthless monster. If you manage to get the Eye of the Storm and Rangefinder, then this will be a real mini-sniper rifle. Without any doubt, that is the best hand cannon in Destiny 2 for PVP.

Defiance of Yasmin

Best Rolls: Arrowhead Brake, Accurized Rounds, Snapshot Sights/No Distraction, Opening Shot/Vorpal Weapon/Firing Line

Where to find it: King’s Fall Raid — third, fifth and final encounter

And now, on the sniper’s street, celebrations are going on! With the King’s Fall Raid’s return, many of the original Destiny’s legendary guns are back, including some weapons that used to be PVP favorites. Yes, we are talking about the Defiance of Yasmin sniper rifle. It hasn’t only returned in a new fresh appearance but also come back with the beautiful and most visible scope from all sniper rifles in Destiny 2. In addition, a wide variety of excellent perks and the ability to craft it make Defiance of Yasmin almost the best rifle in the game. Defiance of Yasmin may even be the best PVP gun of Plunder Season!

Beloved

Best Rolls: Fluted Barrel, High-Caliber Rounds, Snapshot Sights, Moving Target/Quickdraw

Where to find it: Chests on Leviathan, which opens by keys from activity Nightmare Containment; With the previous Season Pass, you can focus shadow engrams on this sniper rifle.

The most popular sniper rifle in the game returned last season and immediately took its rightful place in the meta, ultimately killing almost all of its competitors. Not only did she not lose any important perks like Snapshot Sights and Quickdraw when she came back, but she got Incandescent, which can help in some cases. We’ll be as honest as possible, but Austringer and Beloved have all chances to be the best PVP loadout in Season of the Plunder!

Piece of Mind

Best Rolls: Arrowhead Brake, Ricochet Rounds Perpetual Motion, Moving Target/Elemental Capacitor

Where to find it: random drop in PsiOps Battleground; focus engrams on Wartable in the HELM.

Pulse Rifles are still in demand, and we are happy as ever. Piece of Mind meets all the criteria for being the best of its kind. It is long-range, very stable and has a consistent rapid-fire rate. You could say this gun has problems, but they can all be solved without problems with good perks. At the same time, you can craft it, well, isn’t it wonderful?! If you were wondering what the best kinetic weapons are in Destiny 2 PVP, this weapon would be on top of the list.

Main Ingredient

Best Rolls: Red Dot Micro, Projection Fuse, Under Pressure/Firmly Planted, Tap the Trigger

Where to find it: Dares of Eternity; can be purchased Xur

After Xur once gave Guardians a roll with Under Pressure and Tap the Trigger, this weapon has become one of the most controversial weapons in the game. No matter how often she has been nerfed, she still holds onto meta tightly and will not leave. Because of this combination of perks, you will have almost 100 Stability, allowing you to split enemies into atoms. So if you suddenly saw these perks at Xur, then take it without hesitation, and this fusion rifle will serve you for a long time.

Found Verdict

Best Rolls: Smallbore, Accurized Rounds, Slideshot/Surplus, Opening Shot/Vorpal Weapon

Where to find it: Vault of Glass Raid — first, second and fourth encounter

Recently, a tiny number of good shotguns can be distinguished. The good old Mindbender’s Ambition disappointed many with its weird perks. Without Remorse, although not bad, it is more focused on PVE activities. The popular Felwinter’s Lie has lost its former glory after numerous nerfs. And so many players began to use Found Verdict. Thanks to perks like Slideshot and Opening Shot, your first slide shot will have a vast range, and Surplus will suit even those who don’t like to shoot on a slide.

BxR-55 Battler

Best Rolls: Arrowhead Brake, Accurized Rounds, Outlaw/Perpetual Motion, Kill Clip

Where to find it: Xûr’s Treasure Hoard in Eternity

Another Pulse Rifle is at the top of the most used energy weapons in the Ranked Crucible. If you are interested in why it happened, then the answer is straightforward: good perks, complete lack of recoil, the ability to craft it and, in general, it is a pleasure to use this gun. BxR-55 Battler is designed to have a good time in PVP and is perfect for beginners. One of the best PVP energy weapons in Destiny 2 right now.

Out of Bounds

Best Rolls: Hammer-Forged Rifling, Ricochet Rounds, Perpetual Motion/Moving Target, Rangefinder/Kill Clip

Where to find it: random drop from Crucible; can be gotten from Lord Shaxx

One and only one best PVP SMG in Destiny 2. Out of Bounds is a submachine gun that melts your opponents and makes them scream at you whenever you come around. With the perks above, you can increase this gun’s range, reload speed, and excellent stability. All that allows you to run around the arena like a madman and not be afraid to get too close to your enemies. If you are told the exact opposite about this gun, then prove to them on the battlefield that they are wrong.Exotics

It’s time for the exotic weapons. There are not many Plunder PVP exotics, but we have included one new gun as many players are excited about it. In general, it is for Crucible that there are a considerable number of weapons that are worthy of attention.

Touch of Malice

Where to find it: random drop from King’s Fall Raid.

We start the list with the return of the legend. Destiny veterans remember and love Touch of Malice, and now it’s back, and many players loved it in PVP. This exotic gun has an exciting perk that will interest the most adventurous players in the Crucible. The last bullet in the magazine can deal 30% more damage, but the catch is that Touch of Malice literally kills its bearer. Therefore, you must act quickly and without delay, but such risks can fully pay off in the end. Such weapons are ideal for Gambit, but they can set the heat in PVP.

No Time to Explain

Where to find it: Exotic Engram; can be purchased from Xur.

Every time we enter PVP, we are scared to think that one of the opponents will be with this Pulse Rifle. No Time to Explain in Destiny 2 sits on top of PVP weapons, has been around for a long time, and is the dangerous monster everyone fears. It has two precious perks – Rewind Again and Full Auto Trigger System. Both perks make this weapon a real machine gun, with infinite ammo, excellent range and colossal damage to it. At the same time, we highly recommend getting the catalyst in the exotic quest “Soon” from Exo Stranger. Once you get it, NTtE will get the incredible Time-Slip perk, which creates a portal that shoots bullets from an alternate timeline and helps you to kill guardians in the arena. And like that, you have in Destiny 2 the best PVP exotic of all time and a helpful mini turret.

The Jade Rabbit

Where to find it: Exotic Engram

After a recent scout rifle buff, The Jade Rabbit has gone from a cute bunny to a fearsome werewolf in PVP. With it, you can kill with two hits in the head and one in the body if the opponent has resilience equal to 4 or fewer. But with The Fate of All Fools exotic perk, your body hits increase your head damage. In theory, you could use it to kill head-body-head or body-head-head players with more resilience than usual. However, there is one huge downside. This perk works every other time, and you won’t be able to do it all the time. However, even with this issue, this is the best PVP scout rifle in Destiny 2, and it’s still excellent thanks to its high Aim Assistance and Range.

Ace of Spades

Where to find it: Monument to Lost Light

Of all Destiny 2 PVP meta weapons, Ace of Spades isn’t in the best position. This hand cannon is still good and does its job at A+, but its popularity is declining, and at the same time, many players are starting to devalue it in the meta. And yet we still highly recommend it. It has really good perks, like Memento Mori, which gives you extra-damage bullets after a successful kill and reloading. We love this gun, and you should try it sometime! And that’s all for today!

This is Destiny 2 current PVP meta, and in all honesty, we tried to summarize all the perfect guns to battle with in Crucible and Trials of Osiris. We hope you liked our list and tell your friends about it. And don’t forget, PVP is changing very fast, and you don’t know what will happen next!

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