Void 3.0 Titan Builds for PVP and PVE
The main use of the Titan class are shields.
Able to keep themselves and their teammates alive through the use of superior shields, Titans make them a difficult target to defeat and a great class for gaining ground and gaining control of the map.
In this article, we will give you the best Void Titan build for PVP and PVE.
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Hard for opponents to kill, this class allows you to gain area control and massive shields with your barricade and the Ward of Dawn super ability.
Alba district– “The Bubble” is a higher tier Super in Trials of Osiris as it is a Super with one of the fastest cooldowns and allows your team to secure a tiebreaker capture point at the end of the round.
imposing barricade– The ability is great for closing chokepoints, using as cover for revives and new angles and gaining ground. Towering is preferable to Rally Barricade as it provides additional cover.
Ascensor street– This ability is a more consistent option for quick movements. The main method is to jump, activate Strafe Lift on landing again, and slide across the ground, repeating this the moment you touch the ground. This also works with Catapult Lift, but it's a little tricky to pull off consistently, but it has the added benefit of a faster initial burst when you need to move quickly from side to side or back.
shield slamÖthrow shield– Both options are good here. Both give shields and have their own uses. Shield Bash is good for movement and can be paired with a Glide Shotgun. The movement itself is very useful for Shield Bash. Shield Toss is great for taking down low health and cover enemies, as the ability bounces off walls and rails quite well. Ultimately it comes down to whether you prefer to play up close with Shield Bash or far away with Shield Throw.
swirl Lace,ÖAxion bolt grenades– These are all good options as Axion Bolts distract enemies, deal good damage and/or force enemies from an angle. Sting Grenades are great on certain maps with lots of interior areas where walls can be used to place them. Flurries are always great as they attract enemies and deal good damage.
This gives you and nearby allies an increased 45 HP shield when using your Barricade. Fantastic advantage for PvP to keep you and your teammates in a fight or give shields before pushing an area as it takes 10 seconds.
This reduces grenade cooldown if you have an overshield, and you will have a lot of overshields with Bastion. Also increases melee range and melee damage.
Echo of the Undermining
This applies the debuff effect to targets hit by your grenade, allowing you to deal more damage to them. Offensive Bulwark gives you grenades more frequently, making them even more powerful.
This extends the overshield from 10 seconds to 15 seconds, allowing it to move with Barricade's overshield.
Eco de sanguijuela
This class will most likely bring you up close and personal, and this shard will start healing you on melee kills. It also grants a flat resilience of 10, which is our highest priority stat.
Your Barricade's cooldown is tied to resilience, and that's the whole point of this build. A resilience of at least 6 is a good spot as you can stop Thorn from killing you with 2 headshots and 1 body shot, in addition to the faster Barricade cooldown.
Your grenades will be strong with Echo of Undermining, and having them more often can only help.
These allow you to shoot through your barricade, allowing you to safely shoot behind your barricade and replenish your overguard since you are behind your barricade.
Crest of the Alpha Wolves
This brisket is my personal favorite and an extremely underrated exotic. Using your barricade gives you and your teammates a health boost of approximately 60 HP.
Between that and Barricade's overshield, you and nearby teammates instantly gain over 100 HP in total health, which is more than half the maximum health a station can have at maximum resistance.
That's all great, and your Ward of Dawn spawns an extra Orb of Light that will help teammates with slower-charging Supers get theirs a little quicker.
Protection spells of Anteus
Why not have a different shield? When swiped, they provide a reflective shield and allow you to get the first shot in skirmishes, whether you're swiping with a shotgun or turning a corner for a main fight.
Stasis Affinity Class Item Mod. This mod is awesome and reduces Barricade's cooldown when using Barricade. With 6 Resilience and double stacking 2 of these mods, you'll have a new barricade in just over 20 seconds.
Void Affinity Gauntlets Mod. This is for the titan you want to hit, as this mod reduces Barricade's cooldown when it deals melee damage. It can even make the difference in being barricaded during a melee to save your life.
This build can be adjusted for an up close and personal or safer playstyle. For a closer and personal look, Shield Bash is recommended, and Anteus Wards is an Exotic that goes well with it.
Using a barricade mid-fight for the upper shield, or right before a fight to come in with extra health is gameplay. When using Shield Bash, the ability can be activated a short time after swiping and firing a shotgun, as seen in the clip below.
Shield Bash alone won't kill a ward in a single hit, but if you do a bit of damage with a shotgun blast beforehand, Shield Bash will finish off the enemy, grant increased shield, and start health regeneration. Shield Throw is recommended for a safer playstyle.
Citan's walls suit this playstyle well as you can fight from a distance behind your barricade. If an enemy is low on health and disconnects, use Shield Throw to track them down and ensure the kill. Both playstyles benefit from using the shield to ensure a teammate's revive in Trials of Osiris or for objective capture points and heavy ammo spawns.
The Barricade is a big part of offense and defense in this Void Titan build. Shields are still a focus, but some stat boosts and using mods and shards to chain blasts also make this a strong offensive class.
- Alba district– This Super provides offensive and defensive buffs via shields and light weapons for a direct weapon damage buff. The Super's utility is fantastic for zoning an area for a target and fending off enemies.
- Rally roadblock– This skill shines in PvE, the lack of cover is not as detrimental as in PvP. You get the same shields as Towering Barricade and some nice stat boosts to range, reload speed, and stability that increase your team's damage that Towering Barricade doesn't offer.
- Ascensor street– Movement skill is mostly a preference, but Strafe Lift is the skill that makes it easier to move quickly and consistently.
- throw shield– In higher level content, you should stay away from most enemies, and this ability allows you to get shields and deal damage from a safe distance. Shield Bash has some niche uses if you're running a specific one-two punch build.
- Spinning Grenades– These grenades deal the most damage and weaken targets. Great general utility against enemies not trying to get out of the area of effect.
This aspect is so strong that it grants a superior shield not only to you but also to your teammates. This aspect lets you treat yourself almost like a support class to heal others with a barricade when they're in trouble.
Grenades are currently very strong with the new Void 3.0, this skin will reduce the cooldown of grenades with Barricade and Super Deploy.
Echo of the Undermining
Your class ability will energize grenades, and this shard enhances your grenades with the ability to debuff targets so they take extra damage from you and your teammates.
They gain extended timers for shield toss and barricade overshields, as well as extended devour granted by Echo of Hunger.
This shard allows you to activate Devour to heal on kill, and the time window to keep Devour active is increased to 15 seconds with Persistence Echo.
Barricade's cooldown is tied to resilience, so this has top priority as this stat returns Barricade and the cooldown of its associated grenade.
The melee cooldown is tied to this value, and the melee ability Shield Toss is another way to give yourself and your teammates an overshield.
Crest of the Alpha Wolves
This chest piece is good for both PvE and PvP as it gives you and your teammates more health and shield when casting a barrier.
an eye mask
Most see this as exotic PvP, but in PvE it's a good way to get more shields. Killing a highlighted target that has damaged you will grant you a higher shield. This is quite easy to activate in PvE as there are many enemies that will damage you and most can be killed quickly.
Void Affinity Chest mod. This mod creates empty pits if you get killed after using Barricade. These empty wells can be combined with the Volatile Flux Gauntlet Mod to trick your weapon into firing volatile rounds that chain blasts and quickly take down groups of enemies. This can also be combined with the Well of Tenacity mod to make your Titan a tank with higher resistance to damage from all sources.
helmet model. This mod allows you to create orbs of light to activate the shard Echo of Hunger. Devour helps his survivability in combination with his overshields.
Stasis affinity class item. This mod is awesome and reduces Barricade's cooldown when using Barricade. With 6 Resilience and double stacking 2 of these mods, you'll have a new barricade in just over 20 seconds.
Your barricade should be set up in a way that grants you and your allies superior shields, as well as in positions where you are entrenched and fighting many enemies. Sticking with his barricade is ideal, as it replenishes his overshield and gives his weapons bonus stats, allowing him to finish off enemies faster.
In the meantime, if you have these mods on your armor, look into collecting Orbs of Power and picking up Elemental Wells to trigger the Devour and the Fleeting Flow and Well of Tenacity buffs. Volatile rounds chain blast kills, allowing you to easily gobble further. Between the health regeneration from Devour and Barricade's shield upgrade, he's going to be very difficult to defeat.
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