Destiny 2 Classes: All The Titan Striker Skills
Destiny 2's big gameplay reveal has provided us with a ton of new details about the game. That includes the fact that there will be new subclasses--with new Supers--among many other additions.
But even the existing subclasses are seeing some changes for the sequel. In this gallery, we've rounded up images of every skill for the Titan's Striker subclass, which returns from the first game. While many aspects of it will be familiar to returning players, there are some differences. For instance, Fists of Havoc now lets you slam down with one button or shoulder charge with another, while a handful of skills allow the Titan to construct a barrier.
Click through the gallery for a look at the Striker, and head over to our roundup for a look at all of the Destiny 2 news and videos.
After sprinting for a short time, press R1 to slam shoulder-first into your target.
Fist of Havoc disorients enemies and leaves a damage-dealing field in its wake.
Fist of Havoc deals more damage the longer it's in the air.
Increases the duration of Pulse Grenades, Lightning Grenades, and Aftermath.
An explosive grenade that disorients the enemies it damages.
A grenade that sticks to any surface and emits bolts of lightning.
A grenade that periodically damages enemies inside its explosion radius.
Fists of Havoc
Press L1 + R1 to supercharge your fists. While Fists of Havoc is active, press R2 to slam the ground with the force of a maelstrom, and press R1 to smash shoulder-first into your enemies.
A large barrier (hold Circle) that can be used for cover or to seal off dangerous areas for a short time.
A small barrier (hold Circle) that allows you to peek over it while aiming down sights and instantly reloads your equipped weapon when you take cover.
Upgrades Lift to travel to greater heights.
Upgrades Lift for better directional control while in the air.
Upgrades Lift to provide a strong initial burst of momentum.
Melee kills immediately trigger health regeneration.
A powerful Melee punch that grants you increased weapon stability.
Fist of Havoc lasts longer while Sprinting. Killing enemies with Fist of Havoc extends its duration.
Breaking enemy shields increases your melee range.