Destiny 2 Void Hunter PvP Build

This guide gives weapons, exotics, and armor mods for a Destiny 2 Void Hunter PvP Build, intended for all levels of PvP players!

Destiny 2 Void Hunter Nightstalker

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Why Should You Play PvP Void Hunter?

The Void Hunter has low-class ability cooldowns, mobility, and invisibility making Void Hunter easier to play but hard to master. Being able to get a first shot advantage is massive in any fight making invisibility one of the strongest engagement options in the game.

Very MobileNo One Shot ability
InvisibilityLacks Heals
Super can suppress enemies out of theirsLong Super Cooldown

Void Hunter PvP Playstyle

PvP Void Hunters bounce around the playing field engaging from invisibility at the most opportune times. Playing around your invisibility will allow you to flank enemies and put them on the back foot before they even realize there is a fight.


Some abilities, aspects and fragments need to be unlocked before use. In order to do that, Destiny 2 players need to visit Ikora in the Tower and do the related quest or purchase them from her. Lastly, if you bought new aspects and fragments don’t forget to “meditate”. Simply click the “meditate” option on the table next to Ikora.

Shadowshot: Deadfall

Gambler’s Dodge

Strafe Jump

Void Spike

Snare Bomb

Shadowshot: Deadfall – This super casts a single arrow that stays at a location waiting to be triggered by the enemy. Once an enemy falls into the trap, they are suppressed and weakened giving you the best possible chance to take them down

Gambler's Dodge – Activating this dodge while in close proximity to enemies will give you your melee ability back. It also makes ourselves harder to hit while dodging

Strafe Jump – A higher single jump with strong directional control makes this jump a must have for PvP

Void Spike – This grenade sticks to a surface dealing void damage to anyone in its path

Snare Bomb – Smoke bomb that lingers at the thrown location until an enemy comes in range. Once triggered, it partially covers vision and weaken targets.


Trapper’s Ambush

Vanishing Step

Trapper's Ambush – Use your aim move to dive at the ground, using your snare bomb and making you invisible

Vanishing Step – After dodging you become invisible


Echo of Persistence

Echo of Starvation

Echo of Vigilance

Echo of Dilation

Echo of Persistence : Perfect for allowing us to keep up our healing and our invisibility for high uptimes on both

Echo of Starvation : One of the best passive heals in the game. Gives a massive amount of health each kill while also giving grenade energy

Echo of Vigilance : After killing an enemies while you are low health, you get an overshield

Echo of Dilation : Crouching gives a boost in movement speed and enhanced radar


Weapon Perk 1 Perk 2


Explosive Payload

Eye of the Storm

Matador 64

Threat Detector

Opening Shot

The Other Half

Eager Edge

Vorpal Weapon

Fatebringer – One of the most consistent handcannons in the game. Obtainable in Vault of Glass raid

Matador 64 – Strong shotgun with amazing perks. Obtainable in Grasp of Avarice dungeon

The Other Half – Sword that has a unique perk allowing you to lunge from insane range to kill an enemy. Obtainable in Dares of Eternity

Exotic Armor

Exotic Armor Mod

Graviton Forfeit – This exotic improved our invisibility and extends it making it quite potent for our playstyle

Wormhusk Crown – Dodging gives a small bump in health and shields, with our build this will also make us invisible

Armor Stats








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Armor Mods

Mods for PvP are almost entirely dependent upon weapon loadout so adjust depending on your needs.


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