The Hard Light Catalyst, as previously noted, helps to reduce the shakiness that occurs with shooting the Hard Light in continuous mode. The Hard Light Catalyst's benefit:
18% improvement in weapon stability
It's tough to underestimate the value of this additional stability in light of the recent patch modifications. Players who may have given up on this weapon in the past might give it another chance now that the Hard Light Catalyst is implemented.
The Hard Light Catalyst's Weapon Stats:
Impact – 21
Range – 46
Stability – 68
Handling – 75
Reload Speed – 68
Rounds Per Minute – 600
Magazine – 49
Volatile Light — Rounds fired from this weapon have shown damage falloff, over-penetration, and ricochet off hard objects. After a bounce, the projectile's damage rises.
The Basics — Change the damage type of this weapon by cycling between Solar, Arc, and Void.
What Is The Best Way To Find It?
When the player completes Heroic or Nightfall Strikes, the Hard Light Catalyst will occur at random. There's no way of knowing how rare a Hard Light Catalyst drop is, although it's not likely to arrive soon like other Catalysts.
The chance of a drop seems to be unaffected by whether the player is in Heroic or Nightfall mode. It's important to understand that it occurs as a result of completing a Strike successfully. As a result, players should only take on challenges that they can handle.
After obtaining the Hard Light Catalyst, players can augment it by upgrading it. This is where a little grinding comes into play since upgrading the Hard Light needs a thousand kills. It makes no difference if the opponents are PVE or Guardians, as long as a thousand are defeated.
It's also worth noting that the player must use the Hard Light to complete these kills. It makes no difference how the enemy was hit; as long as the last blow is delivered with the Hard Light weapon, it counts. It will also count towards the thousand if the player killed anything with the Hard Light before earning the Hard Light Catalyst.
2. Useful Tips For Using Hard Light:
Due to its capacity to destroy opposing shields, Hard Light comes in helpful in several PVP situations. For some, this means winning Crucible matches on smaller maps where the constant fire may cause damage. However, there are many better PVP weapons, so this isn't the greatest option.
The Fundamentals perk allows players to switch between various elemental damages at any time. This implies that using the Hard Light weapon will give players an elemental edge against any enemy. Against tanky enemies, such as bosses, the constant firing and high penetration are highly helpful.