While Destiny 2 will be getting 3 new subclasses, one for each of the main class, the older classes from the original game will also be reworked for the sequel and the Voidwalker Warlock is no different.
The first noticeable change to Voidwalker Warlock gameplay in Destiny 2 will revolve around the Nova Bomb Super. While the original Destiny offered player choices of three different variations of Nova Bomb, in Destiny 2 Bungie has so far showed only one variation.
This new Nova Bomb will be bigger in size but move slowly and tracks it targets so it is sort of a heatseeking missile now.
The Blink upgrade of Jump will also be making a return but it will be nerfed. During a Blink, player’s motion track will disappear and stay that for roughly 2 seconds.
The grenade variations might also be making a return as a recent gameplay footage showed players using Scatter Grenades on Voidwalker Warlock so it is possible that Axion Bolt and Vortex Grenades will also be included.
Alongside reworks of all the previous classes, Destiny 2’s new subclasses will offer players meaningful variety in the gameplay as is evident by the skills and abilities of Dawnblade Warlock.
Destiny 2 is set for a 6th September release with beta access set to begin later this month. Those who pre order the game on Xbox One and PS4 will get early access on 18th July while Open Beta for public will start on 21st.
There is currently no fixed release date for the PC version of the game but PC Beta is expected to begin in August. PC version of the game will also differ from consoles in a lot of ways. Not only will it support 4K resolution and uncapped frame rate but will also not have any recoil on the weapons.