Developed by Bungie, Destiny 2 combines the free online multiplayer experience with a first-person shooter perspective. Set in outer space, you play as Guardian to solve mysteries, fight enemies, and find and upgrade weapons – similar to what we’ve come to expect from Destiny over the past decade.

For those wanting to get into the game but feel overwhelmed, there are some user-friendly builds for beginners that will hopefully make the transitionsmoother for you.

These builds are separated into three Guardian classes: Titan, Warlock, and Hunter. Each one has its own pros and cons that change how the game is played depending on how well you adapt to your surroundings.


Slow and steady wins the race. For those looking for a little more security, Titan would be a good option for you. Slow by any means but sturdy, they absorb more damage from incoming attacks, and their force field regenerates rather quickly.

The Titan class focuses primarily on attacks, so don’t expect to break any ankles when evading your enemies. However, withstanding those blows head-on can give insight into the types of enemies that accost you and how you can counter them.

Armed with the strength of Goliath, march forward and defeat your enemies with a good amount of protection and security.

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The Warlock is a perfect medium between the two classes. Landing directly in the middle regarding speed, agility, and damage, the Warlock class is the ideal transition to slowly improve your skills and increase your familiarity with the gameplay.

I would argue that total beginners could quickly get the hang of the mechanisms of the Warlock class because it’s not too easy to master or too challenging to play as. Sometimes, creating classes or sections that are too easy can become boring quicker than anticipated, so creating pros and cons can make things more interesting.


Arguably the most difficult to master, the Hunter sacrifices damage and defense for speed and agility. Therefore, transitioning from Titan straight to Hunter can be pretty rocky, while starting at the Warlock class is a manageable jump for most. However, the Hunter class is certainly not for the weak, only beckoning the ones willing to master it.

However, because the Hunter is not as formidable as Warlock or Titan, you will probably be killed more often. It can be frustrating if you’ve never played Destiny 2 or its predecessor.

Fortunately, if you are willing to put in the time and practice, you can become quite good at dodging deadly attacks instead of going down instantly. Moving swiftly makes you more difficult to target and catch your enemies off guard with your speed.

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Source: DigitalTrends

Destiny 2 is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.


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