Our Destiny 2: Mods guide covers the basics of modding in the game, along with a breakdown of everything you need to know about Legendary mods and Infusion too. This mod pack allows anyone making a weapon to add some mods/perks from Destiny 2 onto their weapons. I'm also posting a copy of this at the destinymassivebreakdown.com website if you would prefer to view it there. These are all of the Armor, Weapon, and Ship mods in Destiny 2.If we get other types of mods, I'll add them in. These are all of the Armor, Weapon, and Ship mods in Destiny 2. Breakdown of all Mods. Every weapon I've ever tried it on has had worse recoil. A special thank you to Datto, FalloutPlays and Mercules for laying some of the groundwork that went into this. This page contains information on Weapon Mods and Armor Mods in Destiny 2. A special thank you to Datto, FalloutPlays and Mercules for laying some of the groundwork that went into this.. Notes for Using This Guide This mod has been deprecated. Mods are ... Counterbalance Mod Reduces recoil for the designated weapon type. It's meant to make the recoil more predictable, but what you're left with is a weapon that kicks like a mule, just one that kicks in a predictable direction. Dismantle to clear space and reclaim useful components. Counterbalance mod is trash. (As TFA Attachments) This also allows me to not have to worry about adding the same perks every time to different weapons which saves space and avoids potential conflicts In Destiny 2, mods are an incredibly important way of improving your gear and enhancing your own playstyle in both PVE and PVP. Destiny 2 players have found two ways to reliably farm mod components (used to buy mods from the Gunsmith) that only requires a few basic materials and a little luck. If we get other types of mods, I’ll add them in. Written by: Kyt_Kutcha.