Destiny 2 Hollow Denial God Roll: Best Perks for PVP and PVE

Another Legendary Trace Rifle has appeared in Destiny 2.

by Noah Nelson


The newest Trace Rifle called Hollow Denial is here in Destiny 2 Season of the Haunted. Hollow Denial is an Adaptive Frame Trace Rifle meaning it is well-rounded and sturdy in all of the stat categories. In order to fully maximize your Hollow Denial, you’ll want to continue rolling for the best perks. Here is the Hollow Denial God Roll in Destiny 2 Season of the Haunted.

Hollow Denial God Roll Destiny 2 PvP

Hollow Denial has one of the best perk pools in the game, but the God Roll you’ll want for PvP is Smallbore and Projection Fuse. As you may or may not know, Smallbore increases your weapon’s range and stability and Projection Fuse further increases the range on Hollow Denial. With both of these perks, you’ll be able to effectively use Hollow Denial to beam Guardians from a distance.

Since you’ll only be using Hollow Denial while aiming down the sights, the next perk you’ll need is Rangefinder. The Rangefinder perk increases the handling, range, and zoom magnification of your weapon which feeds into the whole laser sniper God Roll here. Lastly, you’ll want Dragonfly which, on Precision final blows, creates an elemental explosion while also giving you a faster reload. This is incredibly valuable as you’ll be aiming for Guardian’s heads a lot.

Hollow Denial God Roll Destiny 2 PvE

Hollow Denial is a great weapon for PvE as well. The God Roll for the Hollow Denial in PvE starts with the Corkscrew Rifling and the Tactical Battery. Corkscrew Rifling is a great perk that will raise your range, stability, and handling up a bit and Tactical Battery is an interesting new perk that similarly increases your range and stability while improving the reload speed.

To finish off the PvE Hollow Denial God Roll, you’ll want to get Adaptive Munitions and Killing Tally. Because Hollow Denial is a Void weapon and a lot of what you’ll be fighting are Solar enemies, Adaptive Munitions increases the damage against energy shields that don’t match the Void energy type. To top it off, Killing Tally is a must-have for Hollow Denial as it grants increased weapon damage on final blows until the weapon is stowed or reloaded. Oh, and it also increases the magazine size which is an added bonus.

We cover all sorts of God Rolls for the new Season of the Haunted weapons. Whether you’re looking to maximize your Without Remorse or one of the great Opulent weapons, we’ve got you covered. For even more God Roll guides, check out what we have to offer on our Destiny 2 guides page.

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

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