Destiny 2 – F2P Builds for Beginners

Guide to F2P Builds


  • Exotic Armor: Synthoceps.
  • Subclass: Solar (Sunbreaker).
  • Aspects: Sol invictus and roaring flames.
  • Fragments: Ember of torches, empyrean, searing and solace.
  • Abilities: Healing grenade and throwing hammer, the rest dont matter.
  • Weapons: Use a solar weapon, sunshot is really good for ad clear if you have it.


Get close to enemies and kill them with your throwing hammer. while your hammer is recharging after picking it up you can use your base melee to hit something and by the time that melee is done your hammer will be back.


  • Exotic Armor: Sunbracers.
  • Subclass: Solar (Dawnblade).
  • Aspects: Touch of flame and heat rises.
  • Fragments: Ember of empyrean, searing, mercy and torches.
  • Abilities: Solar grenade, incinerator snap and pheonix dive.
  • Weapons: The same as titan.


Consume a grenade to proc heat rises, get a melee kill and spam grenades everywhere, preferably doing all of this in the air while heat rises is active.


  • Exotic Armor: Use Whatever You Have.
  • Subclass: Arc (Arcstrider).
  • Aspects: Flow state and lethal current.
  • Fragments: Spark of resistance, amplitude, ions and feedback.
  • Weapons: Use a shotgun with the perk one-two punch


Punch, dodge, repeat. While you are learning the game you should focus on completing guardian ranks so you can gain access to armor mods, more loadouts and a couple other important things. Mainly the armor mods.

I sincerely hope this was helpful. Good luck to you!

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