Destiny 2 Void Hunter PvE Build

The Destiny 2 Void Hunter PvE Build gives weapons, exotics, and armor mods intended for all levels of PvE players!

D2 Void Hunter PvE Build

This build has been updated for Season 23, Season of the Wish.

Why Should You Play Void Hunter in PVE?

PVE Void Hunter is the epitome of rogue-like stealth and burst. The object of the subclass is to flow around the battlefield in stealth striking when the opportunity is right. Since this is paired with subclass healing and debuffs on the enemies, it’s hard not to enjoy the Void Hunter playstyle. Hunters have access to some of the highest damage supers with a lot of exotics that buff their damage even more. Find out all the details on how to craft, create, and optimize our Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk Void Hunter PVE Build.

Destiny 2 Void Hunter PVE Build

The following list presents all the essential Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk Void Hunter PVE Mechanics and Features in Destiny 2:

  • Subclass: Void
  • Primary Stat: Resilience
  • Super: Moebius Quiver
  • Class Ability: Marksman’s Dodge
  • Jump: Triple Jump
  • Grenade: Suppressor Grenade
  • Melee: Snare Bomb
  • Aspects: Vanished Step, Stylish Executioner
  • Fragments: Echo of Persistence, Echo of Obscurity, Echo of Cessation, Echo of Starvation


The best abilities for the Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk Void Hunter PvE Build are Marksman’s Dodge, Snare Bomb, and Moebius Quiver. The Mobius Quiver super is incredibly powerful with this build because it debuffs any enemies caught inside its tethers. Also, its high damage and area of effect allow for easily subduing entire hordes of enemies. The Marksman’s Dodge reloads our current weapon after activating reducing the time needed to prepare for our next engagement. While paired with our aspects and exotic, this dodge will make us invisible and upon leaving that invisibility will provide our void weapons volatile rounds. Lastly, the snare bomb melee gives us a cloud of smoke that will detonate when enemies get close and weaken them.

Shadowshot: Moebius Quiver

Marksman’s Dodge

Triple Jump

Suppressor Grenade

Snare Bomb

Shadowshot: Moebius Quiver – This super casts two volleys of three shots that can be targeted at a boss or shot to cover a large area. It will debuff any enemies that get caught in it allowing you to deal more damage until it ends.

Marksman's Dodge – This ability will reload your equipped weapon and with our aspects allow you to go invisible. Easily preparing you for the next engagement

Triple Jump – The most common jump for a PVE hunter due to its easy of use and strong control. It also allows hunters to generally go higher and further with their jumps.

Suppressor Grenade – This grenade suppesses enemies, limiting their ability to use certain skills.

Snare Bomb – This melee will stay on the ground until an enemy triggers it, weakening any enemies caught in its smoke

The most important ability we are using in this build is our Marksman’s Dodge. Since our dodge allows us constant survivability with invisibility and then allows our weapons to have volatile rounds. This all creates a gameplay loop that is maintained quite easily after our first dodge. Also, our grenades can be flexed out depending on preference and playstyle. However, these abilities have been chosen to represent the best all-around perks and are recommended in most scenarios.


The best aspects to use with our Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk Void Hunter PVE build are Vanishing Step and Stylish Executioner. Vanishing Step allows our dodge to make us invisible. Also, Stylish Executioner makes us invisible after defeating a void debuffed target.

Vanishing Step

Stylish Executioner

Vanishing Step – Dodging makes you invisible and with our specific dodge, our weapon will be reloaded as well

Stylish Executioner – Killing a debuffed enemy makes us invisible, with our exotic, it allows us to go in and out of invisibility at will

Vanishing Step is incredibly important with this build since starts our gameplay loop by making us invisible. With our exotic, Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk, we will gain volatile rounds after leaving the invisibility. Also, Stylish Executier keeps our loops going by making us invisible after defeating any void debuffed target. Since we have volatile rounds killing any enemy after leaving invisibility will grant us invisibility again. Therefore, this allows a constant invisibility loop without much effort from us.


The best fragments for our Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk Void Hunter PVE build are the Echo of Persistence, Echo of Obscurity, Echo of Cessation, and Echo of Starvation. Since these provide us with devour, and invisibility, and give us some extra utility to our finishers.

Echo of Persistence

Echo of Obscurity

Echo of Cessation

Echo of Starvation

Echo of Persistence : Increases the length of our void buffs like devour and invisibility to allow us high uptimes on both.

Echo of Obscurity : Finishing an enemy gives us invisibility. This pairs well with our build giving us another source of invisibility.

Echo of Cessation : This allows our finishers to spread volatile to nearby enemies and generates void breeches upon killing a volatile enemy.

Echo of Starvation : Allows us access to devour which will heal us and grant grendade energy on every kill

Echo of Starvation is one of the most important fragments for our build. Since Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk allows us easy invisibility with our aspects, Echo of Starvation provides us with extra healing and survivability by giving us Devour. Echo of Persistence increases our devour and invisibility timers to allow the maximum uptimes available. Furthermore, Echo of Obscurity gives us invisibility upon finishing an enemy. When paired with Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk our finishers will give us a damage boost, invisibility, increase our class ability regen, and a reserve overshield. Lastly, Echo of Cessation makes our finishers spread volatile to nearby enemies and generates void breeches upon killing volatile enemies.


The best weapons for our Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk Void Hunter PVE build are Riptide, Graviton Lance, and Retrofit Escapade. Graviton Lance is the star of the show allowing us to clear hordes of enemies with a single kill. For example, after getting a kill we spawn void seekers that target nearby enemies, making them volatile and possibly killing them, spawning more seekers and volatile explosions. Consequently with a few kills on low-health enemies an entire room of enemies can be wiped out. Riptide is a burst damage fusion rifle with some great utility allowing you to freeze enemies. Lastly, the Retrofit Escapade is a fantastic weapon to pair with the build since it has amazing damage and ammo economy when dealing with high-health targets.

Here’s a list of the best weapon loadout for our Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk Void Hunter PVE build:

  • Kinetic: Riptide, Rapid-Fire Frame Stasis Fusion Rifle
  • Energy: Graviton Lance, Exotic Pulse Rifle
  • Heavy: Retrofit Escapade, Rapid-Fire Frame Machine Gun

Alternatively, you can run any legendary special weapon in the kinetic slot. However, it’s best to focus on damage options like fusions and snipers rather than just utility options like grenade launchers. Also, Graviton Forfeit and Retrofit Escapade can be replaced with any other void weapons depending upon content and playstyle.

Exotic Armor

D2 Gyrfalcon Hauberk Exotic Armor

The best exotic armor for the Void Hunter PVE build is the Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk. Overall, this exotic chest piece provides two massive benefits. Firstly, the main benefit is that after exiting invisibility our void weapons gain volatile rounds. Also, This allows us to chain invisibility by killing an enemy with our volatile rounds which causes our stylish executioner to activate. Secondly, after finishing an enemy while invisible, we gain a damage boost, and nearby allies and ourselves gain boosted class ability regeneration and a reserve overshield that activates after using our class ability. Since, we have multiple void debuffs in our build from weakening, suppressing, and volatile we can constantly activate our chest piece to keep us in a stealth loop.

Armor Stats

The best stats to focus on in our Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk Void Hunter PVE build are Resilience, Mobility, and Discipline. Since these provide us with survivability, reduce our class ability cooldown, and reduce our grenade cooldown.

  • Mobility: 70
  • Resilience: 100
  • Recovery: 20
  • Disciple: 70
  • Intellect: 50
  • Strength: 30
D2 Void Hunter PVE Stats

Armor Mods

The best armor mods for our Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk Void Hunter PVE build are Void Weapon Surge, Time Dilation, and Harmonic Siphon. Since these build into our void weapon damage and generate orbs of power.


Gameplay Tips

This Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk Void Hunter PVE build is about using our dodge, aspects, and exotic to keep us constantly moving in and out of stealth. Our super can be used for either clearing entire rooms of enemies or for high boss damage. Also, our melees are great for providing a form of weakening and disrupting enemies. It’s important to throw your suppressor grenades whenever you want to limit an enemy’s ability to use certain attacks and provide another void debuff. Also, they are especially strong against Overload enemies and Lucent Hive.

Our exotic chest piece not only provides our void weapons volatile rounds after finishing an enemy while invisible but you also gain a damage boost. Furthermore, we gain a boost to our class ability regeneration rate and a reserve overshield the next time we use our class ability. With the sheer amount of healing, overshields, damage buffs, and enemy debuffs, you would be hard-pressed to not find a place this build will work.

Build Summary

Below is a complete summary of stats, weapons, mods, abilities, and fragments for the Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk Void Hunter PVE build for Destiny 2:


  • Marksman’s Dodge
  • Suppressor Grenade
  • Snare Bomb
  • Moebius Quiver


  • Vanishing Step
  • Stylish Executioner


  • Echo of Persistence
  • Echo of Obscurity
  • Echo of Cessation
  • Echo of Starvation


  • Riptide
  • Graviton Lance
  • Retrofit Escapade

Head Mods

  • Ashes to Assets
  • Dynamo
  • Harmonic Siphon

Arm Mods

  • Firepower
  • 2x Bolstering Detonation

Chest Mods

  • Sniper Damage Resistance
  • Concussive Damage Resistance
  • Melee Damage Resistance

Leg Mods

  • 3x Void Weapon Surge

Class Mods

  • 2x Time Dilation
  • Proximity Ward

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