Destiny 2 Disparity God Roll for PvE and PvP

Eoin Black
Eoin Black
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Out of all the seasonal weapons added to Destiny 2 in Season of the Seraph, these Disparity god rolls might just be the best. At least, the PvP roll might be. Disparity isn’t bad in PvE, but its PvP god roll is so good that it blows pretty much everything else out of the water. I’m going to go over both of these rolls here.

I’ll be breaking down each Disparity god roll perk-by-perk. I’ll explain why I opted for the perks I did, and offer up any potential alternatives where there are some. This thing is going to dominate the Crucible once players can craft it – so make sure you don’t fall behind the curve.

Destiny 2 Disparity God Rolls

Disparity God Roll for PvE

Destiny 2 Disparity god roll for PvE.
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  • Arrowhead Break
  • Accurized Rounds
  • Outlaw
  • Headstone

Disparity is going to be a monster in the Crucible, but that doesn’t mean it can’t hold its own in PvE. It’s not the best PvE weapon we’ve gotten this season, but it’s strong enough to justify considering it for any particularly difficult activities where maintaining range is important.

To that end, I’m option for Arrowhead Break and Accurized Rounds. Arrowhead is a barrel perk that I’ll take on pretty much every weapon – but you don’t have to. I’d argue it’s the best barrel perk in the game, but if you want something with a bit of range, that’s fine.

Accurized Rounds, on the other hand, is clearly the best column two perk available on Disparity. It’s the only one that adds range, making it mandatory in my opinion. Disparity does have decent base range, though – so you can get away without it. I just don’t know what you would want to run instead.

In my opinion, the king of Stasis primary god rolls is Subsistence/Headstone. Disparity doesn’t have that, but this Outlaw/Headstone god roll is the next best thing.

Sure, we won’t be feeding bullets back into our mag, but precision kills will dramatically increase our reload speed. We’re going to want to focus on precision kills, too, since Headstone will allow them to generate Stasis shards for us. From there, the sky’s the limit if you’re running a Stasis build with Elemental Shards.

If you’re not a Stasis fan, you could swap out Headstone for something like Swashbuckler, but that choice ultimately comes down to what build you plan on running with this weapon.

Disparity God Roll for PvP

Destiny 2 Disparity god roll for PvP.
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  • Arrowhead Break
  • Accurized Rounds
  • Outlaw
  • Desperado

Disparity is good in PvE. It’s great in PvP. So great, that it’s probably going to be a go-to weapon for any Pulse Rifle users, especially since it’s an Aggressive Burst archetype. It’s essentially the second coming of The Messenger, just with a different Frame.

I’m keeping three out of the four perks I picked for my PvE Disparity god roll. Arrowhead Break can be swapped out at your leisure, but I think it’s the best in class. Accurized Rounds, on the other hand, is a must-use in my opinion. Lastly, Outlaw has always been S-tier on Pulses, especially when it has a column four perk to synergize with.

That column four perk in this case is Desperado. Outlaw/Desperado has been a top-tier perk combination that up until now has been excruciatingly difficult to get your hands on. However, Disparity can be crafted, taking a lot of the RNG out of hunting for one of these things.

With this roll, you will melt people in the Crucible – and it won’t even be close. As soon as we’re far enough into Season of the Seraph for people to start crafting their weapons, you can expect to see a ton of these floating around – so make sure you’re not slacking on grinding out your red borders.

Even if you’re not big on PvP – this is a roll you’ll want to have in your back pocket. I expect it to see a ton of play, and you should too.

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Eoin has been playing video games his entire life. He specializes in narrative-driven, single-player titles, and brings his extensive Esports experience into his writing.
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