Destiny 2 Void 3.0 guide: Best builds, all Aspects & Fragments for all classes

Lloyd Coombes
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Destiny 2 Void 3.0 arrived to shake up the gravitational power of space magic even more than ever before in Bungie’s FPS universe. Here are the best Destiny 2 Void 3.0 builds, along with every Aspect and Fragment thrown in for good measure.

Destiny 2 has grown up a lot since launching in 2017, and while Beyond Light saw the addition of a fourth subclass, the upcoming Destiny 2: Lightfall DLC adds the new Strand subclass which will inevitably expand the gameplay repertoire even further.

The first to get the 3.0 treatment was Void, but that’s been followed by Solar and Arc in the seasons that followed – and also Stasis. If you’ve wanted to bend the cosmic power of the Void, there’s never been a better time to create deadly purple explosions.

Here are the best Destiny 2 Void 3.0 builds to assemble ahead of Destiny 2: Lightfall, including all the Aspects and Fragments available across the game’s Titan, Hunter, and Warlock classes, and the best builds for each one.


What is Void 3.0 in Destiny 2?

The Void element is essentially like harnessing the power of a black hole, particularly gravity. It’s focused on sapping strength from enemies, while also disintegrating them with volatile explosions. The best Destiny 2 Void 3.0 builds can help blow up dozens of enemies while staying invisible or almost invincible.

With Void 3.0 in full effect, the following buffs and debuffs can be applied to your character (descriptions courtesy of Bungie).

Buff/Debuff Explanation
Suppress The target is taken out of any active ability when suppressed. While suppressed, the target cannot activate any abilities or movement modes. Combatants are disoriented.
Weaken The target takes increased damage, has slowed movement, and is disoriented.
Volatile The target will explode in a Void detonation upon taking additional damage. If the target dies before volatile has taken enough damage to detonate, the detonation happens anyway.
Invisibility The player vanishes from sight and does not appear on radar.
Overshield The player gains a protective barrier that immediately stacks on top of their existing health and shields and intercepts incoming damage. Overshield reduces the damage taken from PvE combatants.
Devour The player is immediately restored to full health upon activating devour from any source and is granted grenade energy. When the player gets any kill with devour active, they are restored to full health, granted grenade energy, and their devour buff timer is extended.

If you’re new to Destiny, the other non-Void elements are:

  • Arc – Electricity Damage
  • Solar – Fire Damage
  • Stasis – Ice Damage
  • Kinetic – Standard damage

All Void 3.0 Aspects and Fragments

Guardians can customize their Void subclass in multiple ways with the powers of Void 3.0, and that’s done through Aspects (class-specific) and Fragments (universal) options. Both of these ingredients are crucial to creating the ultimate Destiny 2 Void 3.0 builds.


Class Aspect name Effect
Hunter Stylish Executioner Defeating a Void-debuffed target (weakened, suppressed, or volatile) grants invisibility and Truesight. While invisible and after a Stylish Execution, your next melee attack weakens enemies.
Hunter Trapper’s Ambush Player can activate Quickfall to spend their melee charge and dive to the ground, creating a smoke cloud upon impact. Enemies caught in the cloud are weakened and allies become invisible. In addition, Snare Bombs, upon attaching to surfaces or enemies, cause nearby allies to become invisible.
Hunter Vanishing Step Dodging makes the Hunter invisible.
Titan Bastion Casting Barricade generates Overshield for yourself and nearby allies. Those bunkering behind the shield will regenerate Overshield over time and extend the Overshield’s duration.
Titan Controlled Demolition Hitting a target with a Void ability or volatile detonation will make them volatile.
Titan Offensive Bulwark While you have Overshield or are inside the Ward of Dawn, grenades charge significantly faster and you have increased melee damage. You also gain an additional shield throw for your Sentinel Shield Super.
Warlock Chaos Accelerant Hold down the grenade button to overcharge your Vortex, Axion Bolt, Scatter, and Magnetic grenades. Magnetic grenades overcharge into Handheld Supernova.
Warlock Child of the Old Gods Cast your Rift to summon a Void Soul. When you damage an enemy with your weapon, your Void Soul will launch itself towards them and detonate nearby, attaching draining tendrils that deal damage and weaken the target. When your Void Soul deals damage, it restores either melee and grenade energy (if running Healing Rift), or health (if running Empowering Rift) back to you. Defeating an enemy who is being drained grants Rift energy.
Warlock Feed the Void Defeat an enemy with a Void ability to activate devour.


Fragment name Effect Stat change
Echo of Dilation While crouched, sneak faster and gain enhanced radar resolution; Mobility, and Intellect bonus. +10 Mobility and Intellect
Echo of Domineering After suppressing a target, gain greatly increased Mobility for a short duration and your equipped weapon is reloaded from reserves; Discipline bonus. +10 Discipline
Echo of Exchange Melee final blows grant grenade energy. None
Echo of Expulsion Void ability kills cause enemies to explode; Intellect bonus. +10 Intellect
Echo of Harvest Defeating weakened targets with precision final blows will create an Orb of Power; Intellect penalty. -10 Intellect
Echo of Instability Defeating targets with grenades grants Volatile Rounds to your Void weapons; Strength bonus. +10 Strength
Echo of Leeching Melee final blows start health regeneration for you and nearby allies; Resilience bonus. +10 Resilience
Echo of Obscurity Finisher final blows grant Invisibility, Recovery bonus. +10 Recovery
Echo of Provision Damaging enemies with grenades grants melee energy; Strength penalty. -10 Strength
Echo of Remnants Lingering grenade effects have increased duration. None
Echo of Reprisal Final blows while surrounded by combatants grant Super energy. None
Echo of Resistance Void buffs applied have increased duration; Mobility penalty. -10 Mobility
Echo of Starvation Picking up an Orb of Power grants Devour; Recovery penalty. -10 Recovery
Echo of Undermining Void grenades weaken enemies; Discipline penalty. -20 Discipline

How to unlock Void 3.0 Aspects and Fragments

While Stasis Aspects and Fragments for Stasis are unlocked through visiting the Stranger NPC after completing Destiny 2: Beyond Light’s campaign, if you’ve played Destiny before, you’ll immediately have access to all Void 3.0 Aspects when Lightfall arrives, as well as some Fragments.

You can gain access to more Fragments in exchange for Glimmer by visiting Ikora Rey in the Tower. New players can get their Aspects and Fragments through the starting New Light experience.

Destiny 2 Void 3.0 builds

Here are the best Destiny 2 Void 3.0 builds we’ve found so far across the game’s three main classes: Hunter, Titan, and Warlock.


Destiny 2 Void Hunter build

Destiny 2 Void 3.0 Hunter build

The power of this Destiny 2 Void 3.0 build comes from its ability to sneak away from enemies thanks to its invisibility. Dodging to go invisible can give a huge boost against both human and AI opponents in PvP and PvE content respectively, although we’d opt for the Shadowshot: Deadfall Super for the former since it allows users to knock opponents out of their Super.

Run this with Graviton Forfeit, to increase the duration of your invisibility and essentially give you both reloading and invisibility with your dodge roll.

  • Aspects: Stylish Executioner, Vanishing Step
  • Melee: Snare Bomb
  • Grenade: Vortex Grenade
  • Fragments: Dilation, Leeching, Persistence, Undermining
  • Mods: Focusing Strike, Utility Kickstart


Destiny 2 Titan Void Build

Destiny 2 Void 3.0 Titan build

Void Titans with the 3.0 update can essentially become unkillable in many ways. There are plenty of ways to trigger an Overshield, and this build is ideal for PvE content or PvP matches thanks to its combination of explosions and defensive abilities.

Use Rally Barricade for the former, and Towering Barricade for the latter, and be prepared to throw your shield a lot.

  • Aspects: Bastion, Offensive Bulwark
  • Melee: Shield Throw
  • Grenade: Vortex Grenade
  • Fragments: Persistence, Starvation, Undermining
  • Mods: Harmonic Siphon, Utility Kickstart


Destiny 2 Void 3.0 build for Warlocks

Destiny 2 Void 3.0 Warlock build

Void Warlocks can regularly proc Devour, meaning they can siphon enemy health while destroying dozens of minions of the Darkness at once.

Pair this Destiny 2 Void 3.0 build with Nezarec’s Sin to keep the abilities coming and ensure constant grenades, rifts, and Nova Bombs.

  • Aspects: Child of the Old Gods, Feed the Void
  • Melee: Pocket Singularity
  • Grenade: Vortex Grenade
  • Fragments: Instability, Persistence, Remnants, Undermining
  • Mods: Ashes to Assets, Bomber

There you have it, the best Destiny 2 Void 3.0 builds. For more tips and guides covering all things Destiny, check out more of our guide content at Dexerto.

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