Destiny 2 Energy Converter Mod Explained

The Energy Converter Armor Mod is Extremely Useul
The Energy Converter Armor Mod is Extremely Useul / Photo Courtesy of Bungie

The Destiny 2 Energy Convertor Mod is one of the most powerful Charged with Light Mods in the game. If used properly, it enables builds that can chain together supers and grenades with ease.

Right now Banshee-44 is the only way to get this Mod
Right now Banshee-44 is the only way to get this Mod / Photo Courtesy of Bungie

Destiny 2 Energy Converter Mod Explained

The Charged with Light mods were released in Season 9, or Season of Dawn. Since the season ended, however, there's been no reliable way to farm Charged with Light Mods. The only way you can get them now is by hoping Banshee-44, the Gunsmith who resides in the tower is selling them. He sells two mods daily, so check in daily or scour social media to check what he has in rotation.

So how does the Energy Converter Mod Work?

The way the Energy Converter Mod activates whenever a grenade is used. The higher number of Charged with Light stacks a player has, the more Super Energy will be replenished when a grenade is used. If a player has a lot of Charged with Light stacks, then the Energy Converter Mod can give back up to 50 percent of a player's super ability, a massive amount. Combining this mod with the Empowered Finisher Mod, which gives you a Charged with Light stack every time you finish an enemy, creates a very powerful build that can allow players to use their supers at a much faster rate.

This powerful mod does come with some restrictions and drawbacks, however. For one, it lowers your discipline stat so your grenade recharge rate is slower, and it also requires players to be equipping a piece of armor with a void elemental affinity. As part of the new Armor 2.0 system introduced in the 2019 expansion Shadowkeep, players will have to hunt down the right type of armor to create the builds and use the mods they want, and the Energy Converter Mod is no exception.

The Charged with Light Mods are a powerful addition to the Destiny 2 sandbox that many players are not aware of, and Energy Converter is a notable example. Hopefully, next season, which launches Feb. 9, can make the acquisition of said mods easier, so players will be able to experiment with them even more and create new, unique builds.