The entirety of Guardian Games in Destiny 2 revolves around completing bounties and turning them in. A majority of these bounties are fairly straightforward: kill x number of enemies with abilities, kill x number of guardians in Crucible, get x number of kills with a specific subclass, etc.
However, a couple of these can be a little frustrating. Not because of the difficulty but because of the poor wording on Bungie’s part. One such bounty for Warlocks that you’re required to complete during Destiny 2 Guardian Games is called “Void Feast”. In this guide, we’ll go over everything you need to know about completing the Void Feast bounty in Guardian Games.
Destiny 2 Guardian Games Void Feast
Before we start, let’s go ahead and see what the in-game explanation of the bounty looks like:
As a Voidwalker using Attunement of Hunger, defeat enemies with Devour in streaks of 10 or more.
Now if you’re like me, you probably put on Nezarec’s Sin, your favorite Void-energy weapon, proc-ed Devour and started to kill enemies without dying, only to realize that the bounty didn’t progress – at all!
The reason for this is that the bounty required to you proc Devour with a fully recharged melee kill, wait for the melee to recharge again, proc Devour again with another melee kill, and do this 10 times without dying. To top it all off, once you’ve achieved a streak of 10 kills without dying, you’ll need to die and work on your second streak.
Sounds like something Bungie would do, I know.
How to Complete?
The best way I’ve found to complete the Void Feast bounty is by equipping Monte Carlo, the exotic Auto Rifle. The weapon allows you to recharge your melee quickly after getting kills with the weapon.
Therefore, try to proc your Devour, use Monte Carlo to recharge your melee, get another kill, and continue to repeat. Also, don’t forget to die after the first streak of 10, otherwise, it won’t count.
This is how you can easily complete the Void Feast bounty in Destiny 2 Guardian Games. For more help on the game, check our Destiny 2 wiki.