Best Hunter Void 3.0 Build for PvE & PvP

Last Updated on December 5, 2022

One of the major talking points of the Witch Queen update was the Void rework, also called Void 3.0. The void system has been completely overhauled, and I can now make builds similar to the stasis one last year.

Today I am writing about the best build for Hunter using the Moebius Quiver. The build is insane; you will be dealing tons of damage to the enemies while remaining invisible. As of now, Hunters are the best and most powerful class in the game.

Please remember that this might get nerfed soon since it’s now broken. It makes no sense to two-three shot yellow bar enemies.

Bungie keeps on contradicting everything on its own. First, they nerf everything, then, with the next update, they break everything. The cycle continues, and there’s no end to it. The only way to cope is not to stick to a single build. I will make sure to update the build here in case this one gets nerfed in the coming days or weeks.

Enough of Void 3.0, changes, nerfs, and buffs. Let’s find out what the build is:

Bonus: Universal Omniculous Build for both PvE & PvP

It took me a while to discover this build, but it’s so good that you don’t have to switch even a thing while playing PvP or PvE.

Let’s dive into the details:

  • Super: Shadowshow Moebius Quiver
  • Ability: Gambler’s Dodge
  • Grenade: Supressor Grenade
  • Aspect #1: Trapper’s Ambush
  • Aspect #2: Vanishing Step
  • Exotic Armor: Omniculous or The Sixth Coyote.

Now let’s talk about Fragments:

Fragment #1: Echo of Persistence (Void Buffs applied to you have increased duration). This will come in handy while escaping from death or the invisibility granted by performing finishers on enemies.

Fragment #2: Echo of Obscurity (Finisher Final blows grant invisibility, also gives +10 Recovery). This is a lifesaver for anyone running Lucent Finisher.

Fragment #3: Echo of Remnants (Your lingering grenade effects have increased duration). You can switch this with any fragment of your choice.

Mod Configuration: Lucent Finisher, Utility Kickstart, Reaping Wellmaker, Elemental Ordnance, and Bountiful Wells. Unstoppable Handcannon on Piercing Bow depending on which enemy type you will handle.

Omniculuos is the best exotic right now for Hunter running Void 3.0. Those who don’t have it can use The Sixth Coyote for 2x Vanishing Step. Remember that you can target this exotic farm; read our Lost Sectors Guide for more details.

Best Hunter Void 3.0 Build for PvE (Gambit, Strikes & Raid)

I recommend using Void weapons for the damage boost.

  • Super: Shadowshow Moebius Quiver
  • Ability: Gambler’s Dodge
  • Grenade: Scatter Grenade
  • Aspect #1: Trapper’s Ambush
  • Aspect #2: Stylish Execution or Vanishing Step (depending on what your playstyle is like)
  • Fragment #1: Echo of Expulsion
  • Fragment #2: Echo of Undermining
  • Fragment #3: Echo of Reprisal
  • Exotic Armor: Orpheus Rig

Tip: Purchase elemental well mod (Font of Might) and add it to your Orpheus Rig boots. I also use 2x Ashes to assets to quickly bring my super energy back. But you can run this build without any mods.

Understanding the build: Walk to the group of enemies and perform a ground dive; this will weaken enemies caught in the cloud and make your teammates invisible. You can get back your tether almost 50% where it is capped by just shooting the tether the right way. Taking down enemies will also make you go invisible.

Glaive Build for Infinite Invisibility

If you are using The Engima Glaive, you can enjoy going invisible all the time. You will have to use the following aspects and fragments:

  • Super: Shadowshow Moebius Quiver
  • Ability: Gambler’s Dodge
  • Grenade: Vortex Grenade
  • Aspect #1: Stylish Executioner
  • Aspect #2: Vanishing Step
  • Fragment #1: Echo of Domineering
  • Fragment #2: Echo of Exchange
  • Fragment #3: Echo of Persistense
  • Fragment #4: Echo of Leeching
  • Exotic Armor: Orpheus Rig
  • Suppressing Glaive Mod on Hunter Cloak

This build is insane as of now; I just run out hitting enemies and suppressing them. However, this becomes boring very quickly, and you’ll get tired of hitting the ability button all the time.

Best Hunter Void 3.0 Build for PvP (Crucible & Trials)

Hunters are the favorites in Crucible with Void 3.0, which becomes even better. The build focuses mainly on going invisible and catching your foes by surprise.

  • Dodge: Gambler’s Dodge
  • Grenade: Axion Bolt
  • Aspect #1: Trapper’s Ambush
  • Aspect #2: Vanishing Step
  • Fragment #1: Echo of Persistense
  • Fragment #2: Echo of Provision
  • Fragment #3: Echo of Dilation
  • Exotic Armor: Choice

Dodging and going invisible will synergize really well with each other. You can continue hunting, guarding, and keep getting your invisibility back. You can also shadow dive on enemies and two-tap them with hand cannons.

This will be the first week of trials, and I am sure this will get nerfed before that. Even though the subclass is not that deadly in the crucible, it indeed is broken in PvE. The developers have already addressed this and said that this would be taken care of.

The Crucible and Trials build is inspired by Frostbolt.

These are what I feel are the best builds for Hunters as of now. As I mentioned earlier, this might change due to the incoming buffs or nerfs. I’ll keep an eye out for that.

You can also check out builds for Titan and Warlock.

Comment below if you have a better build than this one. You can read more of our guides on Destiny 2; The Weekly Reset, Ascendant challenge, and the Void 3.0 Warlock Build we recently published.

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Written by Vikas

Hey, I am Vikas. I have been writing about computing and gaming since I was 16. My work has been featured on IGN, Kotaku, MSN, and Forbes, to name a few. I love playing PC games (especially online multiplayer ones). Professionally, I have worked as a Brand Enabler and hold a computer science degree. In my spare time, I read books and play with my cats. You can read more about me here.

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