Best Solar Machine Guns in Destiny 2
There’s something immensely satisfying about pulling out a really big gun and pulling the trigger. Destiny 2 has arguably one of the best “feels” when it comes to its weapon gameplay. So if you pull out something like a solar machine gun and mow down a Horde Hive, players will keep coming back season after season. Here’s a list of all the Solar Machine Guns and how they stack to give you the best “feel” possible.
All Solar Machine Guns in Destiny 2 ranked
7. Archon’s Thunder
Archon’s Thunder was introduced in Season 14 alongside The Witch Queen expansion. It uses a high-impact frame, meaning it’s slow but deals high damage with each shot. While not a bad machine gun, it’s simply outshined by every other rifle on this list.
Avalanche was originally introduced in Season 5 and then repeated in Season 19. From a traditional weapon, Avalanche has been added to The Dawning’s loot pool. With the right perks, this machine gun can kill, but since it’s only been around for a three-week event, there’s no chance of farming for decent buns right now.
5. Thermal erosion
Introduced in Season 12 with the Beyond Light expansion, Thermal Erosion was a semi-regular reward for helping both Variks and Clovis Bray. It has some killer perks like Field Prep and Dragonfly, but not being able to craft it is kind of killer.
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4. Unwavering Duty
Two perks make this weapon great, Subsistence and Killing Tally. You don’t do it that way, unmanufacturable. Unwavering Duty is an add clear monster and Lightfall’s buff from machine guns only makes it meaner.
3. Fixed Odds
Say what you will about Calus, but he had good taste in guns. Introduced in Season 17, Fixed Odds was not only a solid machine gun, but also craftable. This meant that once enough crafting patterns were found, the desired scroll could be earned.
2nd heir to the throne
Introduced in Season 10 and quickly absorbed into the Guardian Games, Heir Apparent is equally devastating in both PvE and PvP activities. When spinning, Heir Apparent is a death machine. Equipping the Catalyst increases Arc Shield and partially reloads the weapon when destroyed.
Because if you absolutely want to wreak havoc on everything and everyone in the room, don’t accept a substitute. Acquiring Xenophage will take players on a tour of Luna, but it’s totally worth the effort. Its exotic perk, Pyrotoxin Rounds, fires explosive rounds that definitely pack a punch. Combined with a satisfying metallic popping sound with every shot, it’s sure to become your favorite too.
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