Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer Stasis Aspects Guide: How To Get New Stasis Aspects

Destiny 2's Season of the Splicer kicks off today, and adds new Stasis Aspects for Guardians to earn.

Originally added in Beyond Light and then expanded upon in Season of the Chosen, these are nifty new tweaks that can change the way your Stasis subclass plays.

The new season adds one for each class, so be sure to grab them on your Hunter, Titan and Warlock.

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Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer: How To Unlock New Stasis Aspects

It's worth noting that you'll need to have completed the Beyond Light campaign and unlocked your Stasis subclass before we begin.

You'll also need to battle through Season of the Splicer's opening mission and short questline, but don't worry - it's not too taxing.

Once that's done, speak to the Exo Stranger/Elsie Bray on Europa for a new quest that will earn you your Aspect.

Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer: New Stasis Aspects

Hunter: Touch of Winter:

Your Glacier, Duskfield, and Coldsnap grenades have enhanced functionality.

Glacier Grenade: Adds a Stasis crystal and changes the formation.

Duskfield Grenade: Increases slow-field size and creates a small Stasis crystal on impact.

Coldsnap Grenade: Seeker travels farther, faster, and chains one additional time.

Titan: Diamond Lance

Shatter or defeat targets with Stasis abilities to create a Stasis Lance.

Press shoot to throw the lance to freeze targets on impact.

Use melee to slam the lance to the ground to freeze targets in a small area.

Warlock: Glacial Harvest

Freezing targets creates Stasis shards around the frozen targets. Higher tier combatants create more shards.

It's interesting to see Bungie offer the chance for players to double down on the Hunter's grenades, as they've been controversial since Beyond Light, at least in PvP.

The Titan's Diamond Lance sounds the coolest, we'd argue, but it all comes down to damage output.

Finally, it appears Warlocks have got the short end of the frozen stick - it can help boost survivability with the Whisper of Rime Fragment, but outside of that, it feels too situational.

For more on Season of the Splicer, check out our guide to the Cryosthesia sidearm.

We've also revealed how you can level up your Season Pass quickly.

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