Destiny 2 No Hesitation
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Destiny 2 No Hesitation God Roll guide: Best perks, perk pool, and how to farm it

Healing shots.

If you think weapons can only kill in Destiny 2, then think twice. Here is how to get and farm the No Hesitation auto rifle and its PVE and PVP god rolls in Destiny 2.

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How to get and farm No Hesitation auto rifle in Destiny 2

The No Hesitation auto rifle is the first healing weapon of its type that is part of the many new legendaries that have been introduced during The Final Shape. Since this is a destination weapon, then you will get and farm it by progressing through The Final Shape’s campaign as well as completing activities in the Pale Heart location.

Destiny 2 No Hesitation Auto Rifle

No Hesitation PVE god roll

  • Arrowhead Break
  • Tactical Mag
  • Physic
  • Circle of Life

While the Arrowhead Break and Tactical Mag will help No Hesitation by increasing its reload and handling speed, stability, and recoil control, the most important thing about this build is the combination of Physic and Circle of Life. The No Hesitation was conceived and built as a support auto rifle, so Physic – which grants restoration after healing allies – and Circle of Life – which grants increased damage after healing allies – is a no-brainer. Alternatively, try the Subsistence and Incandescent combination for a more traditional Solar rifle build.

No Hesitation PVP god roll

  • Smallbore
  • Accurized Rounds
  • Strategist
  • Desperate Measures

No Hesitation is definitely a PVE auto rifle due to its unique support characteristics, but you can get some of it by using the Strategist and Desperate Measures traits. Both of these will use your final blows to increase both generate class ability energy as well as bonus damage for the No Hesitation auto rifle. Combine it with Smallbore and Accurized Rounds to provide stability and range and you have yourself a decent auto rifle in your hands.

No Hesitation perk pool

Basic BarrelBasic MagazineTrait 1Trait 2
Extended Barrel
Weighty barrel extension.
• Increases range
• Decreases handling speed
• Moderately controls recoil
Steady Rounds
This magazine is optimized for recoil control.
• Greatly increases stability
• Slightly decreases range
• Increases airborne effectiveness
Rapidly healing allies grants restoration to you and your allies.
Defeating a target spreads scorch to those nearby.
More powerful combatants and opposing Guardians cause scorch in a larger radius.
Polygonal Rifling
Barrel optimized for recoil reduction.
• Increases stability
Alloy Magazine
Faster reloads when the magazine is empty.
Defeating targets partially reloads the magazine from reserves.
Attrition Orbs
Dealing sustained damage creates an Orb of Power.
Chambered Compensator
Stable barrel attachment.
• Increases stability
• Moderately controls recoil
• Slightly decreases handling speed
Appended Mag
This weapon’s magazine is built for higher capacity.
• Increases magazine size
Improved handling and reload speed when allies are nearby.
Being in combat for an extended time increases damage, handling, and reload for this weapon until you are out of combat.
Dual strength barrel.
• Increases range
• Increases stability
Flared Magwell
Optimized for fast reloading.
• Slightly increases stability
• Greatly increases reload speed
Grave Robber
Melee final blows or dealing damage with a charged melee reloads this weapon’s magazine from reserves.
Disruption Break
Breaking an enemy’s shield with this weapon makes them more vulnerable to Kinetic damage for a brief period.
Corkscrew Rifling
Balanced barrel.
• Slightly increases range and stability
• Slightly increases handling speed
Extended Mag
This weapon has a greatly increased magazine size, but reloads much slower.
• Greatly increases magazine size
• Greatly decreases reload speed
• Increases airborne effectiveness
Kills with this weapon generate grenade energy. Activating your grenade ability reloads this weapon from reserves.
Circle of Life
Rapidly healing allies grants this weapon a period of increased damage.
Full Bore
Barrel optimized for distance.
• Greatly increases range
• Decreases stability
• Slightly decreases handling speed
Tactical Mag
This weapon has multiple tactical improvements.
• Slightly increases stability
• Increases reload speed
• Slightly increases magazine size
Extended Mag
This weapon has a greatly increased magazine size but reloads much slower.
• Greatly increases magazine size
• Greatly decreases reload speed
• Increases airborne effectiveness
Desperate Measures
Weapon final blows grant bonus damage. Melee and grenade final blows grant a larger damage bonus that can stack.
Hammer-Forged Rifling
Durable ranged barrel.
• Increases range
Accurized Rounds
This weapon can fire longer distances.
• Increases range
Final blows with this weapon generate class ability energy. Activating your class ability briefly improves this weapon’s stability.
This weapon gains bonus damage when three or more enemies are in close proximity.
Arrowhead Brake
Lightly vented barrel.
• Greatly controls recoil
• Increases handling speed
Fluted Barrel
Ultra-light barrel.
• Greatly increases handling speed
• Slightly increases stability

Be sure to try out the combination that works the best for you given your playstyle and build. That way, you will make the best out of your time in the Pale Heart and complete its biggest challenges and mission, aiming to unveil its biggest secrets and even a couple of exotic weapons too.

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