The range and different categories of weapons present in the most recent season of Destiny 2 have been a delight for players. One of the newest additions has been the Legendary Trace Rifles, with the ‘Hollow Denial’ being a favorite.
It is a Void Trace Rifle meaning it can be used for several Void 3.0 builds as well, apart from Solar 3.0. which is also present in the game.
Hollow Denial is a perfect fit for Player vs Environment (PvE), and you can also use it well in Player v Player (PvP) format. The great thing about Hollow Denial is its rolls can be crafted in the game too.
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Its weapon pattern can be got after you finish and extract five Deepsight Resonance varieties. However, this is harder to find than the original version, but it’s presented with the same sources.
Destiny 2: How to get Hollow Denial and Perks
Players can get Hollow Denial for themselves by finishing the Nightmare Containment Tier III and Sever activities. These can be found onboard the Derelict Leviathan, which is placed over the moon. Alongside getting Opulent and Haunted weapons, this is the main way of receiving Trace Rifles.
After you get the right upgrades for Crown of Sorrow, you can direct your concentration on Umbral Engrams. They will in turn help players get Hollow Denial by pointing them to the Deepsight Resonance variation mentioned above.
Players will be able to get Opulent Keys in the game which will help you loot chests around the Derelict Leviathan alongside earning more copies of Hollow Denial.
Players using Trace Rifles in PvE will have a variety of choices for battery and barrel of Hollow Denial. Here are some of the barrel options you can try out and use in the game:
- For both PvP and PvE settings: Fluted Barrel, Polygonal Rifling, Hammer-Forged Rifling, and Smallbore.
- For majorly PvP: Arrowhead Brake, Corkscrew Rifling, and Extended Barrel.
The battery options include:
- For both PvP and PvE environments: Projection Fuse, Particle Repeater, and Tactical Battery.
- For primarily PvE play: Light Battery and Enhanced Battery.
Moreover, you have certain great perk combinations in the third and fourth columns too which can be equipped with Hollow Denial.
- Adaptive Munitions/Killing Tally: A great option for PvE, and can be combined with the Overload Trace Rifle mod from Season 17.
- Rangefinder/Dragonfly: A medium upgrade for Hollow Denial in a PvP environment and can be used well. Sadly, there are not too many perks in this regard.
- Adaptive Munitions/Dragonfly, Swashbuckler: It can be used as a replacement for Killing Tally and the other options. As mentioned already, Hollow Denial is primarily most effective in PvE settings.
That is all for finding Hollow Denial and using it in the best possible manner. Make sure to keep using it and find out which works best in what scenario.
Moreover, players can also impact the gameplay with several other swanky options that the game provides with time. Therefore, given the fact that Legendary Trace Rifles are a new addition, there will certainly be high interest in them.
Last Updated on July 11, 2022
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