Remnant 2 Handler Archetype/Class - Skills, Perks and Traits

Remnant 2 Handler Archetype/Class – Skills, Perks and Traits

You might ask yourself, Which Class to Pick in Remnant 2 or Which one is the right one to start the game with? You can come back and start another game with a different class, but the first experience of the game is actually the only one that matters. If you are wondering, we got here a guide on Remnant 2 Handler Archetype/Class, where we talk about Handler in detail along with his Skills, Perks, and Traits. Let’s get started!

There are a total of 5 different starting classes in Remnant 2 that you can choose from. Each of these classes has its own armor set, weapons, perks, and skills. Below, we are going to guide you through Handler Class and why you should pick Handler in Remnant 2.

Updated: Remnant 2 now has a total of 12 classes, including the 5 starting classes and later they added – Alchemist, Summoner, Engineer, Invader, Explorer, Archon, and Ritualist (DLC Character).

What are Archetype Skills in Remnant 2

These are your abilities in the game that are unique to the classes themselves. You can utilize them during the gameplay, but the problem is that you can have one at a time and not two.

There are three skills per class that you can choose from in the game.

What are Archetype Traits in Remnant 2

The skills we mentioned were active abilities, but the traits are passive ones. You don’t have to invest your points into them for an upgrade because they automatically level up as you play the game.

For Example; for the Gunslinger Class in Remnant 2, you get more ammo as you proceed in the game.

What are Archetype Perks in Remnant 2

These are the Passive Bonuses in the game that you only get by equipping them on your Archetype. Same as the Skills, you can only equip one at a time in the game.

There are further five different types of Archetype Perks, these are;

  • Damage Perks
  • Team Perks
  • Utility Perks
  • Relic Perks

Can you Switch/Swap to Other Classes in Remnant 2?

Well, yes of course you can, but only after you have made enough progress in the game. The swap here is completely free and doesn’t charge for outside or inside currency.

Also, it won’t affect your previously used class in the game as well. But, on the other hand, when you swap to the new class, you will have to level that up from the start, as it begins from 0.

Later on in the game, as you start reaching the end-game content, you can effortlessly change between various classes based on the situation, giving you access to the multi-class.

The old and new classes will start to merge and give you a hybrid class apart from the prime perk. This new hybrid class will be a mix of those two classes and named in such a way as well.

Remnant 2 Handler Archetype/Class

If you want to have some company with you always, then Handler Class is basically the right one for you. A companion/pet class in Remnant 2, that provides you with your companion.

One thing to mention here is that the handler can do much about anything in the game. There is a bit of everything here from other classes. You can call it a “Jack of all Trades and Master of none”

You can pet the companion and let it attack the enemies, making an entry for you to destroy them. Don’t worry, the companion heals over time when it is close to you.

Nevertheless, The Hander is actually supported, providing usefulness to the whole team.v

Handler Skills, Perks, and Traits

  • Prime Perk for Handler is Bonded, saving the team in a dire situation (dog revives)
  • Passive Perks are based on team utilization, either running through the map like Sonic or strategically moving with heals
  • Three Skills are based on commands you can give your pet; guard dog, support dog, and attack dog
Remnant 2 Handler Archetype/Class - Skills, Perks and Traits

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