The No Hesitation Auto Rifle in Destiny 2: The Final Shape
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No Hesitation Heal Gun God Rolls in Destiny 2: The Final Shape

No Hestiation is a new weapon in Destiny 2: The Final Shape, and the god rolls you want make it the best it can be.

All of the weapons in Destiny 2: The Final Shape have some unique mechanic or set of perks that make them vastly different from almost any weapons that came before. What’s more, almost all of them are really good. And getting a god roll of the No Hesitation Auto Rifle, which Bungie colloquially calls the “Heal Gun,” is just another example of the fun times you can have in this latest expansion.

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No Hesitation PvE God Rolls in Destiny 2

  • Barrel: Arrowhead Brake, Corkscrew Rifling.
  • Magazine: Accurized Rounds, Tactical Mag.
  • Trait 1: Physic, Overflow.
  • Trait 2: Circle of Light, Frenzy, Incandescent.

There are two main ways to play No Hesitation in PvE: as a healing machine or a standard Solar setup. The standard combo of Arrowhead Brake and Accurized Rounds gives the weapon good range and handling, so nothing different there. It’s in the traits that things get spicy.

If you combine Physic and Circle of Life, you can activate both Restoration and give yourself more damage by healing your teammates. Warlocks, in particular, can benefit via either a Healing Rift or Well of Radiance, but all Solar classes have access to Healing Grenades. Use those judiciously, and you can have a very powerful Auto Rifle in No Hesitation that also does wonders for your survivability.

Should you want a more traditional setup, Overflow and Frenzy are good for everyday use, as they help keep your mags topped and your damage high. Swapping Frenzy for Incandescent puts the No Hesitation back in the Solar 3.0 camp, and with its fast rate of fire and large mag, it’s a great bullet hose that also sets things on fire.

No Hesitation PvP God Rolls in Destiny 2

  • Barrel: As PvE.
  • Magazine: As PvE.
  • Trait 1: Demolitionist.
  • Trait 2: Frenzy, Desperate Measures.

Sadly, No Hesitation isn’t worth nearly as much in PvP as it is against the enemies of humanity. Its perk pool is lackluster for fighting other players, and while its bullets track targets, they’re a bit on the weak side. The Barrel and Magazine can stay the same, but the only perk worth much in the first column is Demolitionist for its synergy with grenades, provided you have a way to get those back relatively quickly.

Frenzy is never a bad choice for longer engagements, provided you have those in PvP to begin with. Desperate Measures pairs well with Demo, especially if you can also get a powered melee kill before the buff runs out. In the event you can’t keep its buffs running, No Hesitation is quickly and easily outclassed by other, more efficient Auto Rifles.

Those are my picks for the PvE and PvP god rolls for the No Hesitation Auto Rifle “heal gun” in Destiny 2: The Final Shape. As it’s a craftable weapon, you can (eventually) choose how you want yours to function. In the meantime, check out our Destiny 2 guides hub for more on The Final Shape, including the best weapons to use with Prismatic, how to get points in Overthrow, and more.

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John Schutt has been playing games for almost 25 years, starting with Super Mario 64 and progressing to every genre under the sun. He spent almost 4 years writing for strategy and satire site TopTierTactics under the moniker Xiant, and somehow managed to find time to get an MFA in Creative Writing in between all the gaming. His specialty is action games, but his first love will always be the RPG. Oh, and his avatar is, was, and will always be a squirrel, a trend he's carried as long as he's had a Steam account, and for some time before that.