Destiny 2 Titan Striker Subclass Abilities and Skills
Hunter, Titan, and Warlock are the three main classes in Destiny 2. However, there are now three subclasses one for each class in Destiny 2. Titan Striker is one of the subclasses available to the players and it comes with its own unique skills and abilities.
Super for each subclass is activated by R1+L1 on PS4 or RB+LB on Xbox One and same is the case with Titan Striker’s Super ability, Fist of Havoc. Players can use this ability to ground slam until the Super meter is depleted. Titan Striker also has two Class Abilities – Towering and Rally Barricade. Towering is your typical Overwatch-like ability that allows you to block off a part of the area or create a cover. Meanwhile, Rally is creating a small barrier which allows you to take cover and aim down sight while peeking over it.
Passive Skills for each class comes with two passive skill trees and each with four nods, a total of eight different abilities including – Shoulder Charge (Charge and slam shoulder first into your enemy), Magnitude (Increase duration of grenades and Aftermath), Aerial Strike (Super becomes more effective), Aftermath (Super will disorient enemies and create a field to deal more damage), Frontal Assault (Powerful melee punch and boosts weapon stability), Trample ( Super will last longer during sprints), Knockout (Break enemy shield to increase melee range), Reversal (Melee kills boost HP regeneration).
Moreover, Titan Striker comes with three different types of grenades that can be used in different situations. We have Pulse Grenade, Flashbang, and Light Grenade. Pulse Grenade allows you to cause damage within the blast radius periodically. Light Grenade is sticky and deals damage via bolts of lighting. Last but not the least, we have the flashbang that needs no introduction.
You can also boost your Jumps and invest in Increased Height that allows you to jump higher. One of the upgrades includes Catapult that allows you to have an initial burst of momentum while jumping. Lift can also be upgraded for better directional control.
This is all we have for you on Destiny 2 Titan Striker subclass.
Destiny 2 is releasing on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 8. PC version is delayed and developers are ready to give a time frame.