Season 19 of Destiny 2 is upon us, and it is already shaping up to be a great start. The developers have packed the game with several brand-new exciting weapons. You will also have several Origin Traits, including the uniquely launched Ambush Origin Trait.
It will allow you to begin battles with a supremely charged weapon in hand and bodes well for the Disparity Pulse Rifle, one of the most initial guns in Season of the Seraph.
Players get the red border copy, meaning you will have to get the original pattern and then forge the god rolls, whether for PvP or PvE combat. In that regard, the following guide will help players understand the rifle and its god rolls, giving you the competitive edge.
Destiny 2: Season of the Seraph – What is the Disparity Pulse Rifle
Of course, the game has given two superb Hand Cannons in the form of Rose and Exalted Truth, but the Disparity does not lag too far behind. A four-bullet burst round with an Aggressive Burst frame means you can inflict much damage quickly.
There are two Origin Traits regarding Disparity, including Ambush, which betters a whole host of stats like range, damage, and handling, or Hakke Breach Armaments, which takes a tremendous toll on vehicles, tanks, barricades, and Stasis crystals.
You have to choose wisely depending on the kind of combat you want to master in the game over the initial days. We have the basic numbers for the stats of the Disparity Pulse Rifle, and here they are:
- Range: 65
- Magazine: 39
- Reload Speed: 28
- Handling: 30
- Stability: 59
- Impact: 35
Destiny 2: Season of the Seraph – What are the god rolls for the Disparity Pulse Rifle
Regarding barrel options, your best bet is the Arrowhead Brake, which limits recoil and betters handling simultaneously. For the magazine, we advise going for the Tactical Mag as it increases the number of bullets in the chamber alongside improving reload time and stability. They are a great combination in battling in the Heist Battlegrounds scenario.
- Perk 1: Moving Target or Rapid Hit, as the former improves your target locking and mobility in ADS while the latter joins precision hits and betters reload time together.
- Perk 2: Kill Clip will be a great bet with Rapid Hit because it can inflict significant damage once you are done reloading.
As with PvE combat, your perfect bet will be Tactical Mag and Arrowhead Brake, as they go very well together.
- Perk 1: Outlaw, as it decreases your time taken to reload after landing precision hits
- Perk 2: Desperado improves your firing rate as you reload post the precision strike. There is also the option of going with Kill Clip which betters your damage inflicted as opposed to the firing rate.
Thus, that is all the information players will need regarding one of the early weapons in Season of the Seraph. As players move through the game, they can level up quickly and get their god roll pattern with better perks. That will increase the chances of winning battles more and more.
Last Updated on December 7, 2022
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