Destiny 2 Bump in the Night God Roll: Best Perks for PVP and PVE

Bump in the Night is definitely the monster you think it is.

by Noah Nelson


Bump in the Night is the newest creature-esque Rocket Launcher in Destiny 2. With Season of the Haunted, we are getting the once-adored Opulent weapons as well as the brand new Haunted weapons. Here is the God Roll guide for Bump in the Night in Destiny 2.

Bump in the Night God Roll Destiny 2 PvP

There are several different ways you could approach the God Roll for Bump in the Night for PvP. We suggest starting with Volatile Launch and Black Powder. Since PvP in Destiny 2 is often close-quarter fights, you’ll want a perk that packs a punch. Volatile Launch sacrifices velocity and handling for a big boost in blast radius. Black Powder is another perk that will boost blast radius but sacrifice stability. In order to maximize Bump in the Night, you’ll want to focus on the biggest boom possible.

For the last two God Roll perks for Bump in the Night, you can go with Auto-Loading Holster and Tracking Module. Auto-Loading Holster will automatically reload your Rocket Launch when stowed after a while which is excellent because the last thing you want to do is be reloading this behemoth in the middle of battle. Tracking Module will add tracking capabilities to your rockets and lock-on when aiming down the sights. If you want to be a Super Guardian slayer, go with Vorpal.

Bump in the Night God Roll Destiny 2 PvE

The God Roll for Bump in the Night when it comes to PvE starts with Volatile Launch and Impact Casing. While Volatile Launch is still necessary to blow large groups of enemies to bits, you’ll also want Impact Casing to give extra damage to your direct hits. With Volatile Launch and Impact Casing, you’ll have the makings of a perfect boss breaker and horde crusher.

When it comes to the best perks for Bump in the Night, the two stand-out PvE picks are Field Prep and Vorpal. Field Prep increases the ammo reserves you have for the Rocket Launch and increases reload, stow, and ready time while crouched. Vorpal is a no-brainer for a Rocket Launcher as they are known for defeating bosses quickly. Vorpal increases Bump in the Night’s damage against bosses, vehicles, and Super Guardians.

Now that you know the God Roll for Bump in the Night in Destiny 2 Season of the Haunted, you might want to check out the Beloved God Roll. For more on all things Season of the Haunted, check out our Destiny 2 guides. We cover the seasonal weapon God Rolls and much more.

Destiny 2 is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Google Stadia.

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