Destiny 2 Null Taste: How To Get Null Taste

Destiny 2 Null Taste: How To Get Null Taste
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Written by 

Aaron Bayne

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15th Dec 2021 11:44

Null Taste Destiny 2 is a key ingredient for the ongoing Dawning event where players will cook up tasty treats for various NPCs within this shooter. Christmas baking has become a bit of a tradition in Destiny, and this year is no different as Eva Levante returns once more to spread Christmas joy. If you are following The Dawning quests, then at some point or another, you will have to get your hands on some Null Taste Destiny 2, so we're here to show you how. 

Destiny 2 Null Taste: What Is Null Taste? 

Null Taste Destiny 2 is used to cook Dark Chocolate Motes
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As mentioned, Null Taste Destiny 2 is an ingredient which can be used to cook up Dark Chocolate Motes in The Dawning event. With help from Eva's Holiday Oven 2.1, you will be able to craft up all manner of Christmas treats, but the Dark Chocolate Motes in particular are important as they are a part of the Rite of Dawning Destiny 2 quest, which you can check out our guide for. Along with Taken Butter and 15 Essence of Dawning, you will just need one Null Taste to complete the Dark Chocolate Motes recipe. You can find all of the Destiny 2 Dawning ingredients in our dedicated guide.

Null Taste Destiny 2: How To Get Null Taste? 

Players must deal out Void final blows to earn Null Taste Destiny 2.
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While the game won't tell you how to acquire Null Taste Destiny 2 it is actually quite easy. All you have to do is deal out some Void final blows, which will lead to enemies dropping Null Taste. That means that if you select the Void subclass, charged melee attacks and kills with your super can provide you with Null Taste. It won't drop for every Void final blow, but you should get one or two Null Taste for every strike or so, if you are dealing out a lot of Void damage. 

If you aren't so keen in swapping out your subclass, Void final blows can also be dealt by any weapon that wields void damage. To check if any of your equipped weapons deal Void damage, just hover over them to check the damage numbers. If the numbers are purple along with a purple circular symbol, then they deal Void damage, similarly to how light blue, dark blue, and orange mean Arc, Stasis, and Solar. Most kinetic weapons do not wield any specific damage, but energy and power weapons typically do. Now just head off into any activity and bring in those Void final blows so you can get cooking. 

That's all you need to know about Null Taste Destiny 2. If you are getting stuck into the current Bungie 30th Anniversary event, then you'll want to check out our Destiny 2 Magnum Opus exotic guide so you can wield a familiar weapon. 

 

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