Explore the upgraded Titan Striker skill tree in Destiny 2.
We don’t know how the skill tree for the new subclass looks like just yet, but there’s more to class changes upgrades than just the new subclass. In Alex‘s video above, we get to take a look at the full, upgraded skill tree for the Titan’s Striker subclass.
Right off the bat, and just like in the Hunter Gunslinger skill tree, you’ll notice the new UI and simplified design that makes it much easier to identify everything at a glance.
The Super icon is in the middle, with grenades at the top and jumps at the bottom. On the right, you have two passive skill trees, and each includes four nodes that modify your class further.
The Striker skill tree has also seen a number of changes. For starters, the Fist of Havoc Super no longer offers one ground slam. Instead, when you trigger it, it only charges up your fists. You can then press R2/RT to slam the ground and shoulder charge as many times as your Super bar allows it.
Every class also has what’s called Abilities, which persist across the different subclasses. In the case of the Titan, his abilities all revolve around dropping protective barriers with varying bonuses.
- Super: Fist of Havoc
- Press R1+L1 to charge up your fists. Once activated, you can shoulder charge and ground slam until your Super meter is depleted
- Pulse Grenade:
A grenade that periodically damages enemies inside its blast radius
- Flashbang Grenade:
An explosive grenade that disorientates the enemies it damages
- Lightning Grenade:
A grenade that sticks to any surface and emits bolts of lightning
- Class ability: Barrier
- Towering Barricade:
A large barrier that can be used for cover or to seal off dangerous areas for a short time
- Rally Barricade:
A small barrier that allows you to peek over it while aiming down sights and instantly reloads your equipment when you take cover
- Increased Height:
Upgrades Lift to travel to greater heights
Upgrades Lift to provide a strong initial burst of momentum
- Increased Control:
Upgrades Lift for better directional control while in the air
- Passive skill tree 1
Fist of Havoc disorientates enemies and leaves a damage-dealing field in its wake
Increases the duration of Pulse Grenades, Lightning Grenades, and Aftermath
- Aerial Strike:
Fist of Havoc deals more damage the longer it’s in the air
- Shoulder Charge:
After sprinting for a short time, slam shoulder-first into your target
- Passive skill tree 2
- Frontal Assault:
A powerful melee punch that grants you increased weapon stability
Melee kills immediately trigger health regeneration
Breaking enemies shields increases your melee range
Fist of Havoc lasts longer while sprinting. Killing enemies with Fist of Havoc extends its duration
Destiny 2 is out September 6 on PS4 and Xbox One. The PC version does not have a firm release date.