Destiny 2: Witch Queen | Titan Stasis Build Guide

Published: February 23, 2022 | Last Updated On: May 24, 2022

Hello guys my name is Spider Monkey and I have given the past 1.5 years of my life to this industry. May I present to you a brand new guide today. This is an exclusive Titan Stasis Build for Destiny 2 Witch Queen DLC and is relevant for END game content.

Its an auto-charge with light build for DPS and Resist Damage. Check out the full guide below and comment if it works.

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Titan Stasis Build Guide for Destiny 2 Witch Queen DLC

Here is the full guide very quickly:

Auto-charge Titan Build (works with Warlock and Hunter)

This stasis build can give you a charge with light x 4 just by using the Glacier Grenade. You can use two options as Exotics. One is ARMAMENTARIUM. It gives you one extra grenade of any subclass.

Or you can also go for HEART OF INMOST LIGHT. This will give you an additional buff and pile up even more damage to enemies. Your abilities will do more damage and have faster cool-downs.

Recommended Build:

Armor and Mods

  • Helmet Solar energy w/ Supercharged Mod
  • Gauntlets Void Energy w/ Protective Light Mod
  • Exotic Chest armor Stasis energy w/ High Energy Fire (For damage) or Elemental Time Dilation (For synergy)
  • Leg Armor Stasis Energy w/ Elemental Shards
  • Class Armor All elements work w/ Font of Might or Particle Deconstruction (Only for Season 14)

Guns

  • Primary: Eyasluna w/ Headstone (for more shards)
  • Special: Deafening Whisper (Void GL) or Salvager´s Savo w/ Demolitionist
  • Heavy: Sleeper Simulant, Gjallarhorn, or Death Bringer (exotic weapons)

P.S: The special and the Heavy can be replaced with fusion or linear fusion rifles but this is just until season 14 is over (ends 22 February)


About The New DLC

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen is an upcoming major expansion for Destiny 2, a first-person shooter video game by Bungie. Representing the sixth expansion and the fifth year of extended content for Destiny 2, it was originally planned for release in late 2021, but due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the expansion was delayed by three months with a scheduled release of February 22, 2022. Prior to release, Bungie reported that The Witch Queen had over 1 million pre-orders, “on track to becoming the most pre-ordered expansion in Destiny 2 history”.

The expansion will revolve around Savathûn, The Witch Queen, the sister of Oryx, who was the antagonist of the original Destiny’s (2014) first major expansion, The Taken King (2015).

The expansion will add new content across the game, including new missions, Player versus Environment locations, Player versus Player maps, player gear, weaponry, and a new raid.

There are also four planned seasons of content to be released throughout the year. The first season of Year 5 titled Season of the Risen, will be available alongside the expansion at launch.


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