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How to Use the Destiny 2 Infinite Super Glitch

Want an infinite Super in the Destiny 2 beta? Cool, we have you covered.


There were bound to be some bits and pieces of the Destiny 2 beta that were slightly broken, or needed to be tweaked before the final release of the game. We know that Destiny 2 players were having problems joining the beta, getting error code Termite and error code Olive quite frequently. Now, however, there are reports of a good kind of glitch.

The Infinite Super Glitch

While live streaming Destiny 2, LuCKyy_and_BW found a glitch in the Inverted Spire Strike that allowed them to keep their Super energy bar full at all times. This glitch is only available in the Strike, the Inverted Spire, so you can use it all day without having to worry about impacting other players in PvP. You’ll probably want to enjoy the glitch while you can, though, because there is zero chance that Bungie doesn’t patch this long before Destiny releases on September 6th.

To use the glitch, load into the Inverted Spire strike and stay where you are. Kill the enemies that are around you until you see some Pikes arrive. While hopping on the Pike, use your Super. If you’ve done this correctly, you should see your character’s Super weapon in their hands while you’re on the Pike. From there, change your Kinetic weapon to another, and then change it back to the original. This should ensure that you end up with an infinite Super in the Destiny 2 beta.

While some would argue that using a glitch like this is a bad thing, I’m not convinced. If it was in PvP, yeah, I wouldn’t want to see it used. However, in a PvE Strike during a beta, this is harmless. In fact, it’s helpful because the more that players explore and push the limits of the game, the better Bungie can polish it prior to 1.0. At least, that’s what I’m telling myself.

Be sure to visit the Shacknews Destiny 2 hub, where you’ll find all our Destiny 2 content to make your journey through the beta that much more enjoyable.


Bill, who is also known as Rumpo, is a lifelong gamer and Toronto Maple Leafs fan. He is known for his guide writing and, unsettlingly enough, enjoys grinding out in-depth collectible articles. Tweet him @RumpoPlays if you have a question or comment about one of his guides.

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