Destiny 2 Submission God Roll Guide

Destiny 2 Submission God Roll Guide

Destiny 2  has finally gotten a new raid. Players can take on a mix of new bosses and challenges to earn powerful loot and new weapons. There are actually multiple weapons that have been added in this update. With the Vow of the Disciple raid now live, players can earn a variety of new weapons with unique perks and passive abilities. Destiny 2 sure does love to put some very strange weapons behind this kind of content. The raid actually has some pretty powerful perk combos that you can get from it.  Here’s what you need to know about the best possible Destiny 2 Submission God Roll, and how to get it.

How to get Submission

This weapon is a Raid exclusive weapon that only drops from Vow of the Disciple. Unlike some other Raid weapons though, Submission drops easily. You can snatch it from any of the first three boss encounters in the raid as part of the generic loot table. This makes it much easier to get compared to the more powerful drops in the Raid. Don’t be confused though, that doesn’t make this a weak weapon, or something you should actively avoid farming for.

You can also get it via Spoils of Conquest from future Raid completions, making rolls easier to farm. Also, Submission is a craftable weapon that will unlock after players have completed deep sight resonance for five separate Submission drops. Spend 20 Spoils of Conquest to purchase a normal, random roll of this gun at the final chest. There are Enhanced versions of these mods, so try and craft those if you can for better stats.

Being an SMG, you’re going to find a certain type of player who enjoys using the Submission SMG in Destiny 2. The Submission God Roll choices you make will vary a fair bit based on the mode you’re choosing to use it in. Keep reading to figure out all of the details.

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Submission PvE God Roll

  • Corkscrew Rifling
  • Tactical Mag or Appended Mag
  • Overflow of Subsistence
  • Frenzy
  • Range Mod

Corkscrew Rifling can be used in the first slot, which gives you a nice stat boost. Tactical Mag or Appended Mag can be slotted into that second slot, as you will need the extra ammo. Either one works in PvE with Submission. Overflow of Subsistence can both be used in PvE, depending on which roll you get. Overflow is generally the better option though for sustained fire. if you like blasting enemies repeatedly, this can be a huge help. The old standby of Frenzy makes a return here in the PvE God Roll, so grab that if you can get it. Range is usually the best option for most players in either mode, as this guns range kind of sucks without focusing via the right Masterworks.

Submission PvP God Roll

  • Hammer-Forged Rifling
  • Accurized Rounds
  • Perpetual Motion
  • Killing Wind
  • Range Mod

If you plan to try and use this weapon in PvP, you’re going to need to deal with the Shotgun dominance in the meta right now. You need to be able to boost both DPS and accuracy, so that’s where Hammer-Forged Rifling and Accurized Rounds come in. As for primary perks, Perpetual Motion is certainly the best option. Combining that with Killing Wind can be a huge help as well. Perpetual Motion just gives too many good passive bonuses to pass up. And once again, Range mods are the preferred choice, as you want to get your shots off sooner than other players.

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