Remnant 2 is the much-awaited sequel to Remnant; From the Ashes. Just like its predecessor, it has taken the gaming world by storm. There are many buffs to aid players in their campaign in Remnant 2, Haste being one of the primary ones.
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Haste in Remnant 2 is a double-edged sword with both pros and cons. To use this buff, ideally, ensure you are in a safe place with ample stamina. In this guide, we will go over the details about what Haste is, how to obtain it, which archetype it supports best, and its advantages and drawbacks.
Haste is a potent buff that increases the speed of your actions by 7%.
A short description is shown in the top left corner when in use.
Relics grant Haste, and some of them are Frenzy, Berserker, and Accelerator.
Relics are obtainable through merchants and dungeon loot.
Some Archetypes benefit more from Haste; they include gunslinger, hunter, and engineer.
Additionally, combining Haste with other Buffs increases its effectiveness.
Its limitations include loud noise upon activation, long periods of cooldown, rapid stamina depletion, and ineffectiveness against certain enemies.
Haste is a buff that increases the speed of several actions by 7%. These actions include reloading speed, attacking speed, melee attack speed, fire rate, etc. When it is in effect, a short description will be visible on the top left corner of the character screen for your aid.
To get Haste, you must equip a relic that grants it. Numerous relics give haste buff; some of them include:
Increases movement speed by 10%
Grants Haste for 5 seconds after using a relic.
Haste is granted for 10 seconds after taking damage.
Perfect Dodge grants Haste for 10 seconds.
Sprinting for 3 seconds grants Haste for 10 seconds.
Killing an enemy grants Haste for 5 seconds.
Reloading grants Haste for 10 seconds.
These relics are obtainable through various means, like defeating bosses, completing quests, or buying them from a merchant. You will find some relics to be archetype-specific and time-limited, so make sure to get them as soon as possible and accordingly. Besides, these relics can be upgraded for more significant effects, so upgrade them occasionally.
Haste amplifies your reloading speed and movement by 0.5% leading up to as much as 25%. Even though this buff applies to any archetype, some benefit more from it than others. Below we mention some of the archetypes commonly buffed more than the rest:
Allows hunters to reposition themselves relatively quicker
A key factor in their attempt to dodge enemy attacks
Increases the reload speed
Helps to move around the battlefield relatively quickly
Decreases the time needed to reload heavy firearms
Allows to set up turrets strategically and quickly
Aids in finding cover faster
Allows you to reload reasonably quicker to keep the fire rate higher
Aids you in dodging enemy attacks
Tips & Tricks
There are many ways to maximize the effect of Haste in Remnant 2. One of the most basic methods of increasing Haste efficiency is choosing an archetype that extends the duration or generates Haste. Collect items with yellow lightning bolts from the ground or chest during your journey, as they are Haste items.
Many gears contain Haste as an active or passive effect, so equip the right one to enhance your Haste usage. Use skills that trigger or increase the duration of Haste. Combine Haste with other buffs like Focus, Vigor, or Adrenaline to enhance the effect.
Although Haste is a buff necessary for your exploration of dungeons, there are many limitations that you should look out for to avoid any unfavorable scenario. Some of these limitations are:
Haste makes a lot of noise, so it attracts a lot of enemies when used.
Using Haste depletes your stamina rapidly, so use it cautiously.
Haste has a 60-second cooldown, so use it accordingly to avoid getting in a pinch.
It is particularly ineffective against certain enemies as they have high resistance, fast attacks, or may be active in a dangerous environment.
Above, we have covered everything you might want about Haste in Remnant 2. While Haste is a potent buff in your adventures, it is also a double-edged sword with benefits and limitations. To get Haste, equip a relic that provides you with this buff.
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