The Best Wayfinder’s Compass Mods (Titans, Hunters, & Warlocks)

The Best Wayfinder's Compass Mods (Titans, Hunters, & Warlocks)

Destiny 2 Season of the Lost has 25 Seasonal Artifacts Mods to choose from in the Wayfinder’s Compass for Hunters, Titans, and Warlocks.

Destiny 2 Season of the Lost has 25 Seasonal Artifacts Mods to choose from in the Wayfinder’s Compass, but unfortunately, each Titan, Hunter, and Warlock can only select 12. Furthermore, each layer of Wayfinder’s Compass Mods is locked behind certain unlock requirements from the previous layer. This limits the choices of mods available for each Guardian, but with the right selections, every class can equip mods that will let them deal the most amount of damage possible.

These Seasonal Artifact Mod choices are based on weapon accessibility, and the best abilities and team combinations for end game content. If someone doesn’t have the appropriate weapon for a particular mod or prefers using a different weapon, some of them can be substituted. Additionally, the Wayfinder’s Compass Artifact can be reset at any time for Glimmer, but the price to reset increases every time.

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Wayfinder’s Compass Artifact will increase the amount of Seasonal Artifact Mods that can be selected. The numbers above the Reset Artifact icon indicate how many mods must be equipped before reaching the next level. These mods are designed to make endgame content easier to complete, but players who are not quite at endgame content yet have a little more freedom in mod choices as they grind for better Destiny 2 weapons.

The Best Wayfinder’s Compass Mods in Destiny 2 (Per Class)

Destiny 2 Seasonal Artifact Changes

Titans

The best Seasonal Artifact Mods for Destiny 2 Titans revolve around Solar and Stasis class setups, with an emphasis on close-range combat and teammates who also use Stasis or Solar subclasses. The anti-Champion mods take one energy slot to equip and synergize well with the Fusion and Linear Fusion Rifle mods. In addition to having an Unstoppable Mod, both Fusion and Linear Fusion Rifles also have a new mod called Particle Deconstruction. This mod allows these weapons to stack damage debuffs up to five times, allowing anyone using Fusion or Linear Fusion Rifles in Destiny 2 to deal a 40% increase in damage.

Seasonal Artifact Mod Titan

Anti-Barrier Auto RifleOverload BowUnstoppable Sidearm or Unstoppable Pulse RifleHands-onFusion Rifle LoaderShotgun Ammo FinderFusion Rifle ScavengerUnstoppable Fusion RiflesResonance SiphonThermoclastic StrikeFocusing LensParticle Deconstruction

Hunters

Like the Titans, the best Hunter Seasonal Artifact Mods revolve around Solar and Stasis class setups, but the Hunter class abilities allow for a little more freedom in choice. Since Hunters can use their Dodge ability to avoid attacks and reload a weapon instantly, the Fusion Rifle Loader doesn’t have to be selected. Shotgun Dexterity grants faster ready and stow speeds for all Shotguns, allowing Destiny 2 Hunters to remain as deadly as they are mobile in close-quarters. Thermoclastic Strike stuns Overload Champions with Solar and Stasis melees, and Resonance Siphon grants Stasis ability energy every time a Champion is stunned.

Seasonal Artifact Mod Hunter

Anti-Barrier Auto RifleOverload BowUnstoppable Sidearm or Unstoppable Pulse RifleHands-onFusion Rifle Loader or Shotgun DexterityShotgun Ammo FinderFusion Rifle ScavengerUnstoppable Fusion RiflesResonance SiphonThermoclastic StrikeFocusing LensParticle Deconstruction

Destiny 2 Void Ability used during a mission

Warlocks

The best Seasonal Artifact Mods selected for Warlocks in Destiny 2, are based on them using the Well of Radiance Super. The Well of Radiance increases the damage output of every Fireteam member inside of it. Additionally, with Hands-On, the burn damage inflicted on enemies will help generate Super energy. Well of Radiance also allows everyone inside of it to take advantage of the Focusing Lens mod. Having Focusing Lens equipped allows Guardians to deal more damage to combatants affected by Stasis. If a Hunter or Titan uses a Stasis Super on a boss, and then the Warlock casts a Well of Radiance, massive damage can be stacked on top of this combination – in addition to the Fusion and Linear Fusion Rifle bonuses applied from Particle Deconstruction.

Seasonal Artifact Mods Warlock

Anti-Barrier Auto RifleOverload BowUnstoppable Sidearm or Unstoppable Pulse RifleHands-onFusion Rifle LoaderShotgun Ammo FinderFusion Rifle ScavengerUnstoppable Fusion RiflesThermoclastic StrikeFire and Ice or Resonance SiphonFocusing LensParticle Deconstruction

How to Get The Wayfinder’s Compass in Destiny 2 

How to Get The Wayfinder’s Compass in Destiny 2

Players can get their hands on the Wayfinder’s Compass in Destiny 2 by completing the quest “Cocoon Mission.” In this mission, Guardians will spawn in the Dreaming City after watching a short cinematic featuring Mara Sov. Players will then need to slay all the Taken until they reach the Awoken Beacon. 

Once Guardians reach the Awoken Beacon, they must activate it so that they can teleport to the Ascendant Plane. Once there, players will need to clear all enemies until they find the next Awoken Beacon. Guardians will eventually face a Destiny 2 Hive Knight called Kelgorath. Upon defeating the wizard, Mara Sov will ask Guardians to collect the Wayfinder’s Compass from the next room. 

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Destiny 2 is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S, and Google Stadia platforms.

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