What is the Knucklehead radar in Destiny 2? Abilities, Alternatives and more
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With a variety of exotic helmets to choose from, such as B. Celestial Nighthawk and Graviton Forfeit, it can be difficult for hunters to choose the right helmet for themselves. Destiny 2 is a game filled with exotic armor pieces that drastically change the flow of combat and offer players unique mechanics that make every fight feel new and fresh.
One of these unique pieces of armor is Knucklehead Radar, an exotic helmet that can only be equipped by Hunters. Here is a description of what Knucklehead Radar is and how to use it.
What is Knucklehead Radar in Destiny 2?
Knucklehead Radar Skills
Knucklehead Radar has the Perk Upgraded Sensor Pack, which “provides radar while aiming” and “improves your radar resolution while crouching.” This exotic is the only piece of armor that shows the radar even if you aim the sights. As for radar resolution improvements, your radar typically looks like this:
However, if you are equipped with Knucklehead Radar, Your radar will become more accurate. You can determine the direction of hazards more precisely. The advanced radar looks like this:
This ability is incredibly useful in PvP due to accurate radar detection. Knucklehead Radar takes the guesswork out of player battles and allows you to be aware of enemy positions at all times. Even though This ability excels in PvP, it is less useful in PvE. In general, the exact locations of basic enemies are less important than the locations of players.
Knucklehead Radar builds
This helmet is most effective when paired with one Hand Cannon or Auto Rifle. With a handgun like Last Word or Malfeasance, the combo can be deadly. However, Knucklehead Radar should not be paired with the Exotic Hand Cannon Ace of Spades as this weapon also activates the radar when aiming.
As for auto rifles Knucklehead Radar pairs well with Gnawing Hunger or Krait. The radar granted while aiming is helpful for those who enjoy dishing out damage but still maintain a sense of situational awareness. This combo is deadly in Crucible and also beneficial for PvE, although it’s not the best PvE option.
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Knucklehead radar alternatives
Foetracer – Hunter Exotic Helm
Foetracer is an exotic hunter helmet that visually marks enemies in red. This helmet too deals more damage to enemies with low health and increases the effectiveness of all weapons in the air. Although his ability differs from Knucklehead Radar, his main philosophy is still “identify all enemies”.
Foetracer helps reduce the chaos in gunfights and prevents player outfits from disappearing from the background. It is primarily effective in PvP, and while it increases the damage dealt to low-health enemies, it is inferior to other Exotics in PvE. This is a good alternative to Knucklehead Radar, especially if you’re having trouble locating enemies.
Ace of Spades – Exotic handgun
Ace of Spades is an exotic hand cannon that activates the player’s radar while aiming the scope. Although it lacks the improved radar resolution, Ace of Spades is the best alternative to Knucklehead Radar due to its similar advantages.
This hand cannon is extremely powerful in PvP, and while less useful in PvE, the ability to pair it with an Exotic piece of armor makes it decently powerful. Ace of Spades is a strong pick in Crucible matches.
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One-Eyed Mask – Titan Exotic Helm
This Titan Exotic helmet highlights enemies that damage you and rewards you with an overshield when you kill them. This helmet is optimized for PvP but has little to no value in PvE. This is the closest Knucklehead Radar helmet Titans can get.
This piece of armor is perfect for aggressive players who love chasing other players. It is deadly in Crucible matches, as well as in Trials of Osiris and Iron Banner.
Eye of Another World – Warlock Exotic Helm
Eye of Another World is a Warlock Exotic Helm that highlights priority targets and increases the regeneration speed of grenade, melee, and rift abilities. This helmet also improves the effectiveness of all airborne weapons.
Foetracer’s warlock equivalent, this helm focuses on locating enemies. Eye of Another World is optimized for PvP but not effective in PvE. It’s a great alternative for warlocks who admire Knucklehead Radar’s capabilities.
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