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Destiny 2 Hollow Denial God Roll guide

How To Get The Hollow Denial Trace Rifle

Destiny 2 loves its crazy amount of weapon customization and other options to make powerful guns. Over the years, things have gotten pretty complex. Destiny 2 has added a literal ton of new items and mechanics in its latest expansion. And with the new Season of the Haunted, there’s a bunch of new stuff to find and craft. There are a bunch of powerful new options to mess around with, so keep reading to get one of the best Trace Rifles, Hollow Denial in Destiny 2.

How to get Hollow Denial in Destiny 2

Getting Hollow Denial in Destiny 2 is a matter of patience. It’s not too hard to get, but you will need to be able to complete certain Nightmare activities. The best way to get Hollow Denial is by simply completing the Nightmare Containment Tier III and Sever runs on the Derelict Leviathan over the Moon. These activities drop the Trace Rifle pretty regularly. Players can get both basic and DSR variants here, although the drop rates vary. Another option is to focus Umbral Engrams to get the weapon directly. The option to get this drop relies on upgrading the Crown of Sorrow though, so it takes a bit of extra effort.

In addition to being able to find randomized Hollow Denial rolls, players can actually craft the weapon in Destiny 2, Season 17. Hollow Denial’s weapon pattern can be unlocked once players have completed and extracted five Deepsight Resonance variations. This makes it pretty easy to get your hands on a few different variants of weapons and build your arsenal.

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Hollow Denial PvE God Roll

  • Corkscrew Rifling
  • Tactical Battery
  • Adaptive Munitions
  • Killing Tally or Dragonfly

Hollow Denial is a great weapon for PvE. The God Roll for the Hollow Denial in PvE starts with the Corkscrew Rifling and the Tactical Battery. Corkscrew Rifling is a great perk that will raise your range, stability, and handling up a bit and Tactical Battery is an interesting new perk that similarly increases your range and stability while improving the reload speed. Your options for other addons include Adaptive Munitions to boost the damage against energy shields when fighting Solar foes. Killing Tally is another great option here, but can be subbed in for Dragonfly if you like that better.

Hollow Denial PvP God Roll

  • Smallbore
  • Projection Fuse
  • Rangefinder
  • Dragonfly or Unrelenting

Hollow Denial has one of the best perk pools in the game, but the God Roll you’ll want for PvP is Smallbore and Projection Fuse. Rangefinder is a great perk that improves al your core stats when zooming in. This is vital in PvP as you want to hit your targets at the longest possible range. Dragonfly is a good option here as well, if you want it. This perk on Precision final blows, creates an elemental explosion. Unrelenting can be subbed in here as well.

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