The Stasis subclass is the biggest change to come to Destiny 2 with the new expansion pack. Unlocking Fragments will determine how Stasis works. Its may seem challenging at first to collect them, so we’re going to help make it a bit easier.
Destiny 2: Beyond Light has brought along a plethora of brand new content to the game. Along with new weapons and gear, one of the new additions in the expansion is a subclass called Stasis that allows you to tap into the Darkness. This feature is ambitious because it allows you to adjust your abilities with incredible precision.
Part of the process of unlocking it is to find Fragments to slot into your Guardian’s Stasis subclass. Finding these is lengthy and difficult work so don’t expect a cakewalk. You initially won’t even have access to the Fragments and will need to attempt a couple of quests first and then three Fragment quests.
How to access Fragment Quests
First you must finish the Beyond Light Campaign and then talk to the Exo-Stranger. This will unlock the second part of the Born in Darkness quest that you must also complete. Once you have Aspects unlocked, you need to get the Salvation’s Grip exotic grenade launcher.
This weapon will be used in the Aspects quest that you will then have to complete. Do the Aspect of Control quest that requires you to find five Entropic Shards and destroy them. Completing this will reward you with your first Aspect and then you can talk with the Exo-Stranger to get three different Fragment quests.
How to unlock Fragments
You are able to attempt two of three Fragment quests each week. These will generally involve you doing things like looting items from enemies or killing guardians. The tasks you get will depend on what you choose between Crucible, Strikes, or Gambit, since they are different for each class.
One example is the Warlock Vanguard Fragment Quest. If you choose this then you will have to take down several frozen and slow opponents. Complete these quests to unlock Fragments that will allow you to alter how your abilities work. You might get a Pinnacle Reward for successful completion of the Crucible and Gambit ones.
Your Aspect will determine exactly how many Fragments you can slot but we don’t recommend attempting all of them right away, except for the Strikes. This is because you will want to hold off on getting a Pinnacle Reward until you absolutely need it later on.
Are Destiny 2 servers down? Current server status
There will be times when the Destiny 2 servers go down due to various reasons and here is how you can keep up to date with the current server status.
The Destiny 2 community is one of the biggest in the video game world, so there are plenty of players who are more than interested when the servers for the popular game go down.
There is no denying that Destiny 2 is one of the biggest games in the world, as the first-person shooter has plenty of Guardians who enjoy all of the adrenaline-fueled action the game has to offer.
With this in mind, it is not surprising that when the Destiny 2 servers go down, players are very curious as to why that is happening and when they will be back online to get back to playing and using one of their god roll weapons.
Here are some resources you can utilize to check whether or not the Destiny 2 servers are down.
Are Destiny 2 servers down?
At this time, the Destiny 2 servers are not down and are currently working as intended.
If you start to experience issues with signing online and playing Destiny 2, there are a couple of ways you can check the current server status of the game.
The Bungie Help Twitter account will post updates regarding server issues for the game, so checking this Twitter account is a good way of keeping up to date with whether or not there is a server issue with the game.
Bungie also schedules their server maintenance where players can check on their website and see if the servers are supposed to be down for things like updates.
Finally, downdetector is a reliable source where players can report outages and help to inform the community when it comes to the Destiny 2 servers being down.
It is also important to note that when large updates are happening for the game, Bungie will take the game offline to successfully apply the update, so it is expected that players will have some trouble connecting when expansions or new seasons launch.
For more Destiny 2, check out the Riiswalker god roll perks for PVE and PVP, and stay tuned for future news and guides.
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Destiny 2 Riiswalker god roll perks for PVE and PVP
The Riiswalker is a powerful Destiny 2 weapon, and players can maximize its potential by acquiring the god roll perks for this piece of loot.
There are many weapons that Guardians can use to achieve victory in Destiny 2, with the Riiswalker being one of the best players can acquire especially if they attain one that has a god roll.
The world of Destiny 2 has plenty for players to enjoy and experience. One of the biggest attractions is the various weapons that players can collect and use in their battles.
These weapons reach their true potential when they are equipped with their god roll that contains perks that maximize their potential.
One of the strongest weapons that Destiny 2 players can get their hands on is the Riiswalker, so here is the Destiny 2 Riiswalker god roll you should be on the lookout for when trying to get the best version of this Legendary shotgun.
Destiny 2 Riiswalker God Roll
Now, the particular Destiny 2 Riiswalker god roll you want will depend on whether you will be using it for player versus environment or player versus player battles.
Perks that work well in PVE battles are not guaranteed to perform well when it comes to battling it out in the Crucible, Iron Banner, or Trials of Osiris.
With this in mind, here is the PVE and PVP Destiny 2 Riiswalker god roll for either scenario you will find yourself when playing.
- Assault Mag
- Vorpal Weapon
- Rifled Barrel
- Accurized Rounds
- Iron Reach
It is important to note that Guardians can only get this Legendary Shotgun through the Iron Banner playlist, so you will only be able to get this weapon when Iron Banner is live in the popular first-person shooter.
Unfortunately, it is not guaranteed you will get the Riiswalker god roll whenever you get this weapon, as the perks you get will be random in the same way, so you will have to pray to the loot gods that the next time you get this weapon to drop that it will have the PVE or PVP perks you want.
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Destiny 2 Valor Ranks: Point requirements & how to reset
Destiny 2 players can increase their Valor rank for bragging rights and rewards, so here’s the point requirements and how to reset your rank.
As you play PvP matches in Destiny 2, you’ll begin to earn Valor Ranks which showcase your skill and dedication, and you can also reset your rank for rewards.
Destiny 2 offers players ranks to increase as they play PvP and complete raids throughout a season. There are two types of rank points to earn in Destiny 2, Valor and Glory.
Valor increases as you play the game, no matter if you’re winning or losing, and Glory is your competitive rank where you’re rewarded and punished for wins and losses.
We’re taking a look at Destiny 2’s Valor Rank, explaining how you can increase it, and how to reset it when the time comes.
How to increase Valor Rank in Destiny 2
Valor Rank in Destiny 2 is essentially your season level. As you play PvP in playlists such as Quickplay or Rumble, you will earn Valor Rank points. And unlike the competitive Glory Rank, you’ll earn points no matter if you win or lose.
However, winning games will offer you more points, so concentrate your efforts on doing this of course.
You’ll begin with the Guardian rank with six more ranks to progress through, with the option to reset your level for a reward once you hit the highest tier.
Here are all of the Valor Ranks and their point requirements:
- Guardian: 0 points
- Brave: 50 points
- Heroic: 350 points
- Fabled: 700 points
- Mythic: 1150 points
- Legend: 1800 points
- Exotic: 2000 points
How to reset Valor Rank in Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer
Once you hit the highest level of Valor at 2,000 points, you can reset your rank similar to the traditional Prestige system from Call of Duty. Like CoD, doing this reaps several benefits such as unlocking Exotic Engrams.
Resetting Valor changed with Season of the Chosen, and you now have to talk to Lord Shaxx to do it.
Here’s how to reset Valor in Season of the Splicer:
- Talk to Lord Shaxx in the Crucible
- You now need to claim these items from Shaxx:
- ‘Upgrade Module’
- ‘Enhancement Core’
- ‘Pyretic Clash’
- ‘Enhancement Prism’
- ‘Light Crash’
- Select and hold ‘Reset Reputation’ on the right of the rewards
Once you have reset your Valor Rank, you’ll go back down to zero and will receive an Exotic Engram. You can keep doing this all season, rewarding your dedication with plenty of great rewards.
Your Valor Rank will also reset once the next season begins, so make sure you unlock everything you want to before Season 15 launches.
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