Loaded Question is a legendary fusion rifle in Destiny 2 that was originally introduced during the Season of the Forging and returned for the Season of the Depths.
As a bow fusion rifle, it’s perfect for being a high-damage workhorse, taking advantage of all the new perks associated with Destiny 2’s bow.
This page will detail how to get Charged Questions in Destiny 2 and what you should look for in a Divine Charged Question roll.
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How to get a loaded question in Destiny 2
The Charged Question is a Nightfall weapon in Destiny 2. Initially, it comes exclusively from completing the Nightfall attack, but only when it is the featured weapon in the weekly Nightfall rotation.
A different weapon is featured each week, but completing Nightfall while Loaded Question is active will not guarantee a drop, just a chance to have it. Increasing the difficulty of Nightfall will increase the chances of this weapon dropping, and beating Grandmaster difficulty can drop an Adept version, with slightly boosted stats and the ability to attach Adept Mods.
Once you’ve obtained a charged question, it will go into your loot pool. You can spend Glimmer and Legendary Shards to turn any Vanguard Engrams into any unlocked using Focused Decoding, perfect for farming different rolls from your weapons.
The Season of the Depths is here along with the Into the Depths quest. You can also know how to go fishing! Don’t forget to keep an eye on the rotation schedule for the Lost Sector and King’s Fall challenges!
Loaded Question God Roll Recommendation in Destiny 2
Loaded Question is a blunt arc fusion rifle. It takes longer to charge, but does massive damage. The best version of Loaded Question, or ‘God Roll’, leans into that and is especially good as part of an arc build.
Here’s our recommended Loaded Questions Divine Roll in Destiny 2:
- Arrowhead breakage
- liquid coils
- Automatic loading case
- controlled explosion
- Impressive recovery
Arrowhead Break is an easy choice. One of the challenges with a high-impact fusion rifle is keeping it pointed at a target. Reducing recoil and speeding up handling are key to making it easy, and that’s exactly what this perk is focused on.
This weapon hits hard and Liquid Coils make it hit even harder. This comes at the expense of slightly longer charge times, but the difference is small, the ammo savings from enemies dying faster is real, and there’s a buff coming up that will increase fire rate. It’s a win-win situation.
The autoloading holster should always be the best option on a fusion rifle. The concept is simple: use the loaded weapon to take out a tough enemy or DPS a boss, switch to something else, then return when it reloads. Minimal downtime for your damage dealing ability.
Controlled Burst is the icing on the cake for a weapon that deals elite damage. With this, firing each shot in your burst increases the damage dealt and reduces the charge time. Combine that with Liquid Coils and this will completely melt enemies.
Impressive Recovery is one of two selectable origin traits. Neither option is exceptional, but Stunning Recovery is great in certain situations. With it, stunning a champion will partially refill your magazine, increase recovery, and trigger health regeneration. It’s a very situational situation, but fighting Champions is exactly the type of situation where it’s good to have an advantage.
As usual, once you have your preferred roll, be sure to upgrade it to Masterwork to give it a stat boost, the ability to spawn orbs on multiple kills, and add the option for a kill tracker.
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