Hollow Denial is one of a few legendary trace rifles in the game, so if you like running around and burning enemies with a laser, this one could be for you. Today I am going to check out the Hollow Denial, check the stats, the perks, and the god rolls to chase for PVE and PVP, plus look at how to get Hollow Denial in Destiny 2.
Hollow Denial is a Legendary Energy Trace Rifle with an Adaptive Frame meaning a well-rounded grip, reliable and sturdy. Looking at the stats we have Impact 6, Range 66, Stability 76, Handling 55, Reload Speed 46, Rounds Per Minute 1000, and Magazine 96.
This is a great weapon for PvE. It’s got some very good traits, plus its damage and stats are excellent for a PVE weapon. In PVP it’s going to be more of a meme weapon, you will likely be outgunned quickly by your opponents if you take this into the crucible.
Hollow Denial God Roll Guide
Fortunately for PvE players that love Trace Rifles, there are a lot of great options for perks for the barrel and battery selections. PvP batteries for the Hollow Denial include Particle Repeater, Projection Fuse, and Tactical Battery, and PvE rolls can benefit from those options in addition to the Light Battery and Enhanced Battery options. Additionally, these are the perk combinations in the third and fourth columns that will work well for Hollow Denial through Season of the Haunted in Destiny 2.
For PVE Adaptive Munitions and Killing Tally would be a good roll.
The barrel options that are great for both PvP and PvE activities are Fluted Barrel, Smallbore, Polygonal Rifling, and Hammer-Forged Rifling, thought Arrowhead Brake, Extended Barrel, and Corkscrew Rifling will work for PvE activities as well.
- Adaptive Munitions – This weapon adapts its damage output and effectiveness against energy shields that don’t match the weapon’s damage type.
- Killing Tally – Kills increase this weapon’s damage until it is stowed or reloaded.
For PVP Rangefinder and Dragonfly would be a good option.
PvP batteries for the Hollow Denial include Particle Repeater, Projection Fuse, and Tactical Battery.
- Rangefinder – Aiming this weapon increases its effective range and zoom magnification.
- Dragonfly – Precision kills create an elemental damage explosion.
How to get Hollow Denial
To get Hollow Denial you have to run Nightmare Containment on the Derelict Leviathan and complete Tier III of the acvtivity. Behind the chest at the end is the Nightmare Harvester, and you interact with that to get the seasonal loot, while trading in 500 Vestiges of Dread. You can also focus Umbral Engrams at the Crown of Sorrow in the H.E.L.M. to get Hollow Denial. Finally, once you have 5 red bordered versions of the weapon you’ll be able to craft Without Remorse at the enclave on Mars.
Let me know in the comments what you think of Hollow Denial, and let me know your top rolls.
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