Destiny 2 BrayTech Werewolf god roll guide – PvP and PvE

Spooky scary auto rifle.

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With the Festival of the Lost event in Destiny 2 finally getting underway, your chance to earn some past limited-time rewards returns. One of those rewards is the BrayTech Werewolf, a one-of-a-kind-looking auto rifle with some arguably lackluster performance. BrayTech Werewolf definitely has its uses within PvE if you like slower-firing auto rifles. It also has some interesting perks that could allow you to try something different.

In PvP, the Braytech Werewolf is outclassed by a good few other weapons within both the weapon type and just by other weapons in general. However, the newly added Search Party Origin Trait can benefit mobility if you’re playing lone wolf in PvP with bonuses to aiming down sights and movement speed while aiming.

How to get BrayTech Werewolf in Destiny 2

Like the new Jurassic Green pulse rifle, BrayTech Werewolf is only available during the Festival of the Lost event. You can do a couple of different things to get the BrayTech Werewolf, but farming the new Haunted Sectors activity will be your best bet. Be sure to go in with as many Spectral Pages as possible to maximize your chances at multiple weapon drops.

BrayTech Werewolf Stats

  • Impact: 29
  • Range: 69
  • Stability: 41
  • Handling: 39
  • Reload Speed: 42
  • Rounds per minute: 450
  • Magazine Size: 34

PvP God Roll

BrayTech Werewolf is a weapon that looks good on paper but is outclassed by many, but some may find a niche with this weapon. It does have the saving grace of its above-average range stat that definitely puts it ahead of some other auto rifles in the game, but it’s not the best. That said, BrayTech Werewolf can roll with some pretty interesting combos that could fill a niche.

  • Barrel: Smallbore
  • Magazine: High-Caliber Rounds
  • Perk 1: Pugilist / Well-Rounded / Slideshot
  • Perk 2: Swashbuckler / Gutshot Straight
  • Masterwork: Range
  • Mod: Icarus Grip

PvE God Roll

BrayTech Werewolf does have a spot to fill in PvE, rolling with perks that could define certain builds. If you like a skilled weapon that will reward you for hitting multiple-precision hits in a row and clearing lots of enemies, then BrayTech Werewolf might be a good match. It also has the added benefit of its design, which could mean a lot to some players.

  • Barrel: Smallbore
  • Magazine: Appended Mag / Ricochet Rounds
  • Perk 1: Well-Rounded / Compulsive Reloader
  • Perk 2: Vorpal Weapon / Swashbuckler
  • Masterwork: Reload
  • Mod: Spec Mod