Destiny 2 – Reactive Pulse Mod, explained and how to get

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The Reactive Pulse Mod is an Arc Mod introduced in Season 11 of Destiny 2. It ties in particularly well with the Arc 3.0 overhaul in Season 18. Here's a look at what it does and where you can find it.

What is the Reactive Pulse Mod in Destiny 2?

When equipped, the Reactive Pulse Mod has the following effect: While Charged with Light, when you take damage while surrounded by combatants, you emit a burst of damaging Arc energy, consuming one stack of Charged with Light. As with other Arc Mods, Reactive Pulse has a secondary perk when one other Arc Mod or at least one Arc Charged with Light Mod is socketed into the armor. It will grant the Guardian a powerful overshield while performing their finisher.

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As with many Mods in Destiny 2, Reactive Pulse can be acquired from either Ada-1 or Banshee-44 when it comes into their rotation, though it is far more likely to come through Ada-1. She is located past the Bazaar in The Tower. Make sure to check their offerings daily to complete your collection of Mods!

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