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Destiny 2: The Witch Queen is out and besides adding a whole new story, raid, weapon type, you know, as usual. There is also a big overhaul for subclasses. In particular, Void 3.0 was released and all Void subclasses now have Stasis treatment. In other words, aspects, shards, and more customization, all that jazz. If you’re here, however, you might be confused about the particular Sentinel Titan subclass and wondering how bubble Ward of Dawn in Destiny 2 from Void 3.0. It is not set by default and accessing it can be a bit confusing. Here’s what you need to know.
How to use Ward of Dawn in Destiny 2 (Void 3.0)
So before the only way to use Ward of Dawn as a defender was to place your Sentinel on the top tree and then hold super activate instead of just touching it to spawn a Ward of Dawn bubble instead of the usual Sentinel. shield. Obviously, since Void 3.0 removed the tree system, it’s different now.
You don’t get Ward of Dawn by default now, though, sorry to say. You still have to make a choice between him or Sentinel Shield now. To change supers, navigate to your Void subclass on the character screen, then mouse over to the right to see your currently active super ability. You will see that there are two options: Sentinel Shield or Ward of Dawn, choose the one you want.
This is a very important choice because your aspects and shards often have perks that are geared more towards the Ward of Dawn or Sentinel Shield game. If you want our opinion, for solo play you’re probably better off with Sentinel Shield, but in a group you might find War of Dawn better.
That’s all you need to know to how to use Ward of Dawn in Destiny 2 from Void 3.0 subclass update in The Witch Queen and The Season of the Risen. For more tips, tricks, and answers to frequently asked questions, check out our helpful Destiny 2 Year 5 wiki guide.