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Destiny 2 Finishing Moves – How to Do Them

by Nicholas Barth

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep is now finally available for Guardians around the world to jump into and experience. This Shadowkeep expansion has brought a plethora of changes to Bungie’s famous game. One of the most significant changes is the addition of finishing moves. These finishing moves allow players to eliminate enemies with plenty of adrenaline-fueled styles. 

We have gathered together all of the information you need to know about these Destiny 2 finishing moves to help you be ready to dish out some flashy kills against your enemies whenever you would like. 

Destiny 2 Finishing Moves

Destiny 2 Finishing Moves

These particular attacks can only be used against enemies who have been severely injured. You will notice that a white circle will appear above an enemy who has been damaged enough and is eligible for one of the many Destiny 2 finishing moves to be used against them. All that you need to do is go up to the weakened enemy and press the R3 button on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. PC players will have the option to map the action prompt for this new attack on whatever key they would like. 

Guardians are not invincible and can receive damage when performing one of the Destiny 2 finishing moves. This lack of invulnerability means players will need to be wise when it comes to selecting the moments they decide to perform one of these attacks on an enemy. 

You will find that different Destiny 2 finishing moves can be equipped in a box located right on top of where you equip emotes in your inventory page. Various of these attacks can be purchased from the Eververse store, which means you will be able to have a full variety to choose from if you so wish. 

There is no doubt that Destiny 2 players will be providing plenty of highlight-worthy moments by utilizing the new attacks available in the high-profile title. 

Which of the Destiny 2 finishing moves are you the most excited to try out in Shadowkeep? Let us know over on Twitter and Facebook! Be sure to stay tuned to our dedicated hub for the high-profile looter-shooter for continued coverage of the new Shadowkeep expansion. 

Nicholas Barth

Guides Writer Nicholas enjoys helping fellow members of the video game community learn more about their favorite games. First-person shooters and Battle Royale games are what you can usually find Nicholas playing when he isn't writing. We will congratulate you if you can find a bigger Call of Duty fan than Nicholas, who has been playing since he got Call of Duty 2 with his first Xbox 360. [email protected]