Destiny Game Update: The Ultimate Destiny Guide

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Destiny's PvP, which takes place in an arena known as the Crucible, can be a very satisfying yet equally frustrating experience to all gamers out there. Bungie's matchmaking actually attempts to place you in matches with similarly skilled players, so if you play consistently for a few days, the system has time to properly evaluate you and start matching you with other players right around your skill level. In this guide, we will further expand some Crucible tips and get you ready in the ultimate test of skill in Iron Banner.

Game Mode Tips


This game mode is all about crowd control and zoning. The easier you can shut down lanes or apply pressure away from your zones, the better time your team will have holding it. More aggressive kill-focused players should opt for Golden Gun and Radiance, as those supers excel at killing a large number of enemies over a longer period of time.

Grenades that leave a field or spawn seekers are key in this mode. These grenades can keep your enemies off capture zones long enough for you to stage an attack.


In this game mode, while picking team-focused abilities may help your team out, you'll find fewer opportunities to coordinate with random players due to less team clumping.

Defender Titans should try to use their Ward as a stake in the ground to take the power positions in each map. By casting in a good power position, your teammates are encouraged to hold the Ward and gain its benefits.

Sunsinger Warlocks and Gunslinger Hunters are for the more independent players. These Classes will have an easier time finding good situations to use their super in, as each super excels at taking down single target enemies quickly in a variety of environments.


Salvage plays extremely close to Skirmish, with the exception that there is even more clumping due to the salvage points. Strategy remains the same, outside of having more chances to punish your opponents that are close together. 


This mode is a great place for highly independent Classes. Classes like Bladedancer Hunters, Gunslinger Hunters,and Sunsinger Warlocks rule in Rumble due to their high single-target lethality.

Gunslinger Hunters have an easier time posting up on Rumble maps, as they can Tripmine one entrance to an area and focus their attention elsewhere. At the very least, the Hunter will hear their Tripmine detonate and can react appropriately. Golden Gun is a great way to take advantage of the chaos in a Rumble fight.

Bladedancer Hunters have a great grenade in Arc Bolt, allowing them to check corners and chain to other players at close range. Arc Bolt is a great way to capitalize on chaotic close-range encounters, as (at the very least) the enemy hit with Arc Bolt will be starting the fight at a health disadvantage.  Arc Blade's Escape Artist allows players to vanish and surprise enemies at close quarters. This super greatly synergizes with the smaller maps of Rumble.

Defender Titans, Striker Titans, and Voidwalker Warlocks will have to try a bit harder to maximize their effectiveness, as their kits are geared toward more team play.

Combined Arms

In Combined Arms it's important to know when and where vehicles spawn. Brave souls should make a break for the Interceptor and rain rockets on an enemy Control Point. The Salvo will provide support for ground troops looking to advance and get enemies to focus on you rather than those capturing the point.

If vehicles aren't really your thing, a good solution for dealing with them are through Turrets. In addition, a well placed rocket or skilled sniper shot can also make short work of vehicles. When in doubt, just look for the tunnels, buildings and passages to avoid the fire of the Interceptors and Pikes.

So in your next game, use this tips for your Ultimate experience of Destiny Game!



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