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Destiny 2 Complete Strategy Guide

Destiny 2 is out now for all gamers across the globe. Here at Shacknews, we've spent hundreds of hours experiencing everything Destiny 2 has to offer, putting together this complete Destiny 2 strategy guide. In it you’ll find guides for single events, walkthroughs for raids, strikes, story missions and more. It will grow and expand in the days and weeks to come, giving you everything you need to defeat your enemies and restore Guardians to their former glory.

Last updated on September 16, 2021.

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Joker's Wild Guides

Season of the Drifter Guides (Joker's Wild)
Who to side with in Destiny 2: Drifter of VanguardDrifter or Vanguard: pick your side for the Decision Point quest.
Decision Point, Allegiance quest lineA breakdown of the entire Decision Point quest, including both sides.
Hidden Messages, Drifter Tape locationsFind all of Drifter's tapes for the Hidden Messages or Survival Guide quest.
Recluse Pinnacle Weapon - SMGUnlock the Recluse and dominate your foes in Crucible.
21% Delirium Pinnacle Weapon - LMGUnlock Gambit's new pinnacle weapon, 21% Delirium, a machine gun.
Oxygen SR3 Pinnacle Weapon - Scout RifleLearn how to unlock the Oxygen SR3 pinnacle weapon.
Get Weak SynthesizerEnter the Reckoning by getting a Weak Synthesizer for Drifter.
Power Surge bounties and Power 640Learn about the now-defunct Power Surge bounties.
Get Gambit Prime ArmorGet your hands on some impressive Gambit Prime armor.
How to play The ReckoningAn explainer of Drifter's new PVE mode, the Reckoning.
What is a Sentry Synth?Learn what the Sentry Synth is, how you use it, and where you can get more.
What is an Invader Synth?Find out more about the Invader Synth, what it does, and how to use it.
Dust Lore collectiblesWhere to find all the Dust Lore collectible items in The Reckoning.
Kill the Primeval in Gambit PrimeHow to easily kill the Gambit Prime boss, the Primeval.
How to play Gambit PrimeEverything you need to know to play and win in Gambit Prime.
Get the Service Revolver Hand CannonLearn how to unlock the new Service Revolver Hand Cannon in Destiny 2.
Where to find Eva LevanteTrack down everyone's favorite space grandma and get ready to celebrate!
Revelry guideA complete guide to the Revelry, a spring-themed event in Destiny 2.
Where is the Verdant Forest?Learn about the Verdant Forest and where to start this activity.
Zero Hour mission guideA complete guide for the Zero Hour mission for Outbreak Perfected.
Invitation of the NineComplete the weekly in-game activity to learn more about the Nine.
Void, Arc, and Solar Configuration PuzzleHow to solve the Void, Arc, and Solar Configuration puzzle in Zero Hour.

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Black Armory Guides

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Forsaken Guides

Forsaken Guides
Forsaken campaign walkthroughSeek revenge for the death of Cayde-6 in the Forsaken campaign.
Broken Awoken Talisman questThe Key of Light and Darkness quest has players travel to a new area.
Gambit Beginner's GuideLearn the ropes of Gambit so you can quickly defeat the Primeval.
All Gambit MedalsEarn Gambit medals so you can unlock Hush and other rewards.
Gambit Infamy Ranks and rewardsHow many points to level up and point values for bounties and matches.
Unlock Cayde's Exotic Stash preorder bonusFind your preorder bonus to let Cayde's memory live on.
Cryo-Pod Heroic Public EventMake the Cryo-Pod Public Event go Heroic for more rewards.
Ether Harvest Public EventTurn the Ether Harvest Public Event Heroic to gain more rewards.
Bulk-delete ShadersClear your inventory quickly by selling all your Shaders in bulk.
Farm Ghost FragmentsQuickly get more Ghost Fragments to buy Spider's Wanted bounties.
How to get Prime EngramsFarm Prime Engrams to boost your Power level higher.
How to get Eververse Bounty NotesLearn about the Eververse Bounty Notes and how to get more.
How to get Seed of LightThe Seed of Light is a now-defunct item in Destiny 2.
Get Taken modsFarm Taken mods to gain unique and powerful abilities for your gear.
How to use the Character Power BoostIncrease your Power with a single-use item, the Character Power Boost.
Who is Master Ives?In 2018, Master Ives was murdered. Learn who this person was in Destiny 1.
Spider's Wanted Bounties
Arcadian ChordGo to Nessus to Hunt the Arcadian Chord.
Arcane MindGo to Nessus to Hunt the Arcane Mind.
Blood CleaverSearch Io for the Blood Cleaver.
Calzar, Scarred CaptainShaft 13 holds Calzar, Scarred Captain.
Combustor ValusMercury is where you'll find Combustor Valus.
Consul PartisanSorik's Cut in The Tangled Shore houses the Consul Partisan.
Devourer DargSkydock IV is where you'll hunt Devourer Darg.
Disgraced BracusWinding Cove has a chance to deliver you the Disgraced Bracus.
Downpour CaptainThe Weep is where you'll find the Downpour Captain.
Drained CaptainWhisphered Falls hides the Drained Captain.
Dust-Choked ThragExcavation Site XIII is where you'll find the Dust-Choked Thrag.
Eye in the DarkThe Eye in the Dark is found through a quest on Mars.
Fortifier YannFortifier Yann is hiding in the Quarry in the EDZ.
Ghaul DevoteeGhaul Devotee is slinking around Lost Oasis on Io.
GolmuutCargo Bay 3 holds Golmuut, ready for the hunting.
Gravetide SummonerThe Gravetide Summoner has made a home on Titan.
Hirak's FamiliarSiren's Watch is where Hirak's Familiar is hiding.
Irxis PartisanThe Gulch is where you can find Irxis Partisan.
KarugulSearch the Methane Flush to find Karugul.
Keresh, Champion of XolCore Terminus is where Keresh, Champion of Xol is hiding.
Kurg, The All-Seeing ForceHead to The Pit to find Kurg, The All-Seeing Force.
Mazan, Lost CaptainWidow's Walk in the EDZ hides Mazan, Lost Captain.
Metal CaptainThe Drain is where the Metal Captain is hiding.
Nariks RebornGo to the Carrion Pit to locate Nariks Reborn.
PakrionAncient's Haunt hides Pakrion.
Pallas SiegebreakerThieves' Landing on The Tangled Shore is where Pallas Siegebreaker is waiting.
Pandrok, Pillar of NothingAphix Conduit on Io is where you'll find Pandrok, Pillar of Nothing.
Phyzann, Drowned CaptainFlooded Chasm is the hiding place of Phyzaan, Drowned Captain.
Prince of YulJetsam of Saturn on The Tangled Shore is where you'll find the Prince of Yul.
Qeldron, KeeperGrove of Ulan-Tan on Io hides the Qeldron, Keeper.
QueenbreakerTrostland in the EDZ is where you'll find the Queenbreaker.
Ruined MindThe Aphix Conduit on Io is where you'll locate the Ruined Mind.
Saturn SurvivorThe Sludge on the EDZ is where you will find the Saturn Survivor.
Shayotet PartisanThe Conflux is where you can find the Shayotet Partisan.
Silent FangCavern of Souls is where the Silent Fang is hiden.
Splendid MindGlade of Echoes is the hiding place of Splendid Mind.
Student of BeltrikSearch the Exodus Black area to find the Student of Beltrik.
Subterranean MindHead to the Pariah's Refuge to locate the Subterranean Mind.
Sunless CaptainThe Sunless Captain is hiding in Terminus East in the EDZ.
Tattered Dusk CaptainExodus Black on Nessus is where you'll find the Tattered Dusk Captain.
Thaan'HulDS Quarters-2 holds Thaan'Hul.
ThyrdronThe Orrery is where you'll find Thyrdron.
Valus DulurcMa'adim Subterrane on Mars hides Valus Dulurc.
Varghul, Fragment of OryxVarghul, Fragment of Oryx is in the Cavern of Souls in the EDZ.
Zerz, The Unstoppable WeightPathfinder's Crash hides Zerz, The Unstoppable Weight.

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Dreaming City Guides

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Warmind Guides

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Curse of Osiris Guides

Curse of Osiris is Destiny 2's first piece of DLC, bringing with it a host of new story missions to play, armor and guns to collect, and activities to play. We'll be covering Curse of Osiris from now until the next piece of DLC, so be sure to bookmark this page to keep up to date with what's going on in the world of Destiny 2.

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Destiny 2 Raid Guides

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Vault of Glass Raid Guides
Vault of Glass raid guideThe Vex are back at it again, tinkering with time below Venus. Go and stop them.
Deep Stone Crypt Raid Guides
Deep Stone Crypt raid guideVenture below Europa to discover the secrets hidden within the Deep Stone Crypt.
Red Rover challengeFight past the Crypt Security in a unique way to complete this challenge.
Copies of Copies challengeDefeat Atraks-1 while juggling debuffs to earn some extra gear.
Garden of Salvation Raid Guides
Garden of Salvation raid guideInvade the Black Garden and fight back against a new Vex threat that's blooming within.
Crown of Sorrow Raid Guides
Crown of Sorrow raid guideTake to the Leviathan to kill Gahlran, a Cabal that Emperor Calus bestowed with a Hive relic.
Unlock Crown of Sorrow raidYou must complete a very specific task before the Crown of Sorrow raid begins.
Scourge of the Past Raid Guides
Scourge of the Past raid guideTake to the streets of the Last City and fight back against the Fallen.
Last Wish Raid Guides
Last Wish raid guideThe biggest raid in Destiny 2, Last Wish, requires a lot of knowledge and teamwork.
All Wishes for the Wall of WishesEvery code for the Wall of Wishes in the Last Wish raid - all 14 of them.
Summoning Ritual Challenge guideFight back against Kalli and complete her Challenge for greater rewards.
Which Witch Challenge guideDon't get hit during the Which Witch Challenge for some more loot!
Forever Fight Challenge guideA few more enemies on the field never hurt anyone? A guide to the Forever Fight.
Keep Out Challenge guideStop the enemies before they cross a line for the Keep Out Challenge.
Strength of Memory Challenge guideWatch your shots during the Strength of Memory Challenge against Riven.
Spire of Stars Raid Guides
Spire of Stars raid guideA complete guide of the short and sweet Spire of Stars raid.
Eater of Worlds Raid Guides
Eater of Worlds raid guideEvery section of the Eater of Worlds Raid Lair explained, from start to finish.
Argos guide, Eater of WorldsAn in-depth guide to the final boss of the Eater of Worlds, Argos, Planetary Core.
Leviathan Raid Guides
Levithan raid guideA walkthrough for the very first raid in Destiny 2, the Leviathan.
Leviathan Underbelly codeThe code you need to input in order to access the Leviathan's Underbelly area.
Leviathan raid secret chest mapStudy the Underbelly map so you can quickly move about the Leviathn.
How to beat the CastellumA quick overview of the Castellum section of the Leviathan raid.
Royal Pools Challenge guideDiscover how to easily beat the Royal Pools Challenge.
Pleasure Gardens Challenge guideTake to the Pleasure Gardens and complete the Challenge for more rewards.
The Gauntlet Challenge guideThe Gauntlet has a unique Challenge that will test your teamwork.
Emperor Calus Challenge guideShow Emperor Calus you have the chops by completing his personal Challenge.

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Exotic Weapons, Armor, and Gear in Destiny 2

This section will detail how to get Exotic weapons and armor in Destiny 2. Exotic gear will help flesh out your Class' build, giving you new ways to play. Whether you're a Warlock, Hunter, or Titan, there are several different options out there for you, each of which will greatly improve any given subclass.

Exotic Weapons and Armor Guides
Exotic Armor
Exotic Warlock ArmorMin-max your Warlock in Destiny 2 with the right Exotic armor.
Exotic Hunter ArmorMake your Hunter the best with the perfect Exotic gear.
Exotic Titan ArmorLearn about all the Titan armor in Destiny 2, from the good to the bad.
Mask of the Quiet One, Exotic Titan ArmorBecome unstoppable with the Mask of the Quiet One, a powerful Titan helmet.
Celestial Nighthawk, Exotic Hunter ArmorObliterate enemies with a single, golden bullet with this beaky helmet.
Dragon's Shadow, Exotic Hunter ArmorBoost all of your stats with this powerful chest piece.
Orpheus Rig, Exotic Hunter ArmorBecome and Orb-generating machine with these Hunter boots.
Star-Eater Scales, Exotic Hunter ArmorGet a pair of boots that significantly increase your damage output.
Geomag Stabilizers, Exotic Warlock ArmorLaser your foes into oblivion with one of the best pair of Warlock boots.
Lunafaction Boots, Exotic Warlock ArmorAid your allies and boost reload speed with these Warlock shoes.
Mantle of Battle Harmony, Exotic Warlock ArmorIncrease your damage output by holding onto your Super.
Nezarec's Sin, Exotic Warlock ArmorBecome a Void nightmare with this incredibly powerful Warlock helmet.
Promethium Spur, Exotic Warlock ArmorOne of the best Exotics for Dawnblade Warlocks.
Transversive Steps, Exotic Warlock ArmorThese boots aren't the best, but they are useful in some circumstances.
Contraverse Hold, Exotic Warlock ArmorThese gauntlets are the best option for Voidwalkers playing Crucible.
Phoenix Protocol, Exotic Warlock ArmorEarn a near-ending stream of Super energy with this Exotic.
Exotic Weapons
Exotic Catalysts and MasterworksWhere to find all the Exotic Catalysts and how to upgrade them.
Ace of Spades, Exotic Hand CannonLet Cayde's memory live on with the Ace of Spades Exotic Hand Cannon.
Ager's Scepter, Exotic Trace RifleClaim Crow's Stasis Trace Rifle and use it to spread some slow.
Anarchy, Exotic Grenade LauncherUnlock the Anarchy Exotic Grenade Launcher from the Scourge of the Past raid.
Arbalest, Exotic Linear Fusion RifleGet your hands on the Arbalest Kinetic Linear Fusion Rifle.
Bad Juju, Exotic Pulse RifleUnlock the Pulse Rifle that fills your Super with every single kill.
Bastion, Exotic Fusion RifleAcquire a new type of Fusion Rifle, the Kinetic kind.
Chaperone, Exotic ShotgunTake to the Crucible with the ultimate Shotgun, the Chaperone.
Coldheart Preorder BonusHow to get the Coldheart Exotic Trace Rifle, a preorder bonus for Destiny 2.
Deathbringer, Exotic Rocket LauncherRain destruction down on your enemies with Deathbringer.
Devil's Ruin, Exotic SidearmUse this odd laser gun to burn through enemies.
Divinity, Exotic Trace RifleA step-by-step guide for unlocking Divinity from the Garden of Salvation raid.
Eyes of Tomorrow, Exotic Rocket LauncherEyes of Tomorrow will remind some players of Gjallarhorn.
The Fourth Horseman, Exotic ShotgunOne of the best fully-auto Shotguns in Destiny's history.
Hard Light, Exotic Auto RifleHard Light is making an unexpected comeback.
Hawkmoon, Exotic Hand CannonThe mighty Hand Cannon from Destiny has made its way to Destiny 2.
Heir Apparent, Exotic Machine GunThis Machine Gun was added with the first Guardian Games event.
Izanagi's Burden, Exotic Sniper RifleOne of the most powerful Sniper Rifles in Destiny 2.
Jotuun, Exotic Fusion RifleLet Jotuun track down your enemies with severe lethality.
The Lament, Exotic SwordTear through Champions and bosses with one of the best swords in the game.
The Last Word, Exotic Hand CannonFulfil your cowboy fantasy with the ultimate shooter.
Legend of Acrius, Exotic ShotgunComplete the Await the World Eater quest to acquire this beastly gun.
Leviathan's Breath, Exotic BowUnlock the Leviathan's Bow that was added with Shadowkeep.
Lumina, Exotic Hand CannonBecome the ultimate support player with this ally-healing gun.
Malfeasance, Exotic Hand CannonHarness the power of the Taken with this devastating weapon.
MIDA Multi-Tool, Exotic Scout RifleAn old favorite returns from the original Destiny.
Le Monarque, Exotic BowSpread poison through enemy lines with Le Monarque.
Merciless, Exotic Fusion RifleDiscover one of the few Exotic Fusion Rifles in Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 might have been out for two years now, but there's still a ton of content coming to Bungie's game. In this Destiny 2 beginner's guide, we'll be providing you with all the essential tips you need to get started with the game.

Destiny 2 Guide

Throughout the section of our Destiny 2 guide just below, you'll find all the information you need to get to grips with the combat of the game, be it through Nightfall Strikes or the Leviathan Raid, as well as Exotic weapons and armor items like the MIDA Multi-Tool or the Rat King.

Destiny 2 Black Armory Guides

Destiny 2 Forsaken Guides

Destiny 2 Warmind Guides

Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris DLC Guides

Just below, you'll find a comprehensive list of all our guides on the Curse of Osiris DLC expansion, which we'll be continually building on and adding to.

Destiny 2 Weapon and Armor Guides

Destiny 2 Story Mission Walkthrough

Destiny 2 Heroic Public Events

Destiny 2 Flashpoints Walkthrough

Destiny 2 Social Hub and European Dead Zone

Destiny 2 Lost Sectors Guides

Destiny 2 Vendors and Xur Guide

Destiny 2 Class Guides

Destiny 2 Strike Guides

Destiny 2 Nightfall Strikes Guide

Destiny 2 Raid Guides

Destiny 2 Crucible and Trials of the Nine Guides

Destiny 2 Weekly Reset Guide

How Long Have I Played Destiny 2 for?

Destiny 2 is a game that you'll likely want to play for days, if not weeks, if not months on end. Although there are plenty of bragging rights up for grabs over your Power Level, another point of contention is time played. But how can you see how long you've played Destiny 2 for?

A handy website, going by the name D2Checklist, lets you check how long you've been playing Destiny 2 for. You simply have to enter your PSN or Xbox Live profile name, and your time played and level info appears. Pretty handy!

How to Create a Destiny 2 Clan

There are many benefits of either joining or setting up your own Destiny 2 Clan. Firstly, it allows you to band together with your friends to take on Crucible, Strike, Raid, and other activities, and when your Clan friends earn rewards while you aren't playing alongside them, you earn the reward they gained as well.

To either create or join a specific Clan, head over to the official site, where you can set up your Clan for your friends to join through the same page, or join a Clan that has already been set up.

Destiny 2's Social Hub - The Farm

In Destiny 2 the much-loved Tower is no more. The social space so familiar to players of the original game is being replaced by The Farm. IGN got a first look at The Farm, and we've broken down the key info for you below.

  • The Farm appears to be a similar size to The Tower.
  • It includes a Cryptarch, Tyra Karn - previously seen in Rise of Iron.
  • It also includes a Postmaster robot for checking your mail.
  • A football pitch is included, complete with goals and a scoreboard.
  • 26 players can be in an instance of The Farm at once.
  • The Farm will change over time, adding new human survivors and specific key characters.

The Farm is located in the European Dead Zone, where you can encounter Fallen, Taken, The Red Legion, and more challenging enemies. For all this and more, including a brand new vendor in the region, head over to our Destiny 2 European Dead Zone guide.

Lost Sectors, mysterious new locations marked on your map by characters throughout the game, will reveal new challenges and bosses to the player in Destiny 2. Four brand new locations were also briefly shown, called Nessus, Io, Titan, and the European Dead Zone, the latter of which is slated to be the largest single map space in the game.

Guided Games, another new addition to Destiny 2, allows single players to be paired up with a Clan, meaning that you don't necessarily have to join a Clan to reap the rewards from playing alongside one in co-operative game modes.

Destiny 2 PS4 Exclusive Content

Activision and Bungie have revealed that PS4 owners will get exclusive content for Destiny 2, with PC and Xbox One players not getting their hands on it until some point in 2018.

The PlayStation 4 Destiny 2 exclusive content includes:

  • Exclusive Strike, called Lake of Shadows
  • Exclusive PvP map
  • Exclusive Exotic weapon

Destiny 2: Standard Edition

If you're just after the base version of Destiny 2 and nothing else, then look no further than the standard edition of the game, available from virtually every retailer that deals in video games for $59.99/£49.99, as well as on each digital console storefront for the same price.

Destiny 2 Digital Deluxe edition

The Digital Deluxe edition of Destiny 2 will feature the base game as well as the Expansion Pass, which promises two expansions that feature brand new story missions, co-op multiplayer and missions, as well as new armour, weapons and gear. On top of this, the Digital Deluxe edition will come with a Legendary sword, a Legendary player emote, and a special Cabal Empire themed emblem.

As it states in the name, the Digital Deluxe edition will only be available to purchase digitally, meaning that you'll have to head to your console storefront to purchase the edition, be this the PlayStation Store, Xbox Store, or the PC platform that is yet to be announced by Bungie.

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Destiny 2 guide: complete campaign walkthroughs and guides for every corner of the game

Destiny 2 will go through some major changes in Year 4, and so too will our Destiny 2 guide hub. With activities and planets both entering and leaving the game in the months to come, including an all-new destination and an updated new-player experience, sorting out how to do what and in what order will be especially important. Fortunately, we've collected years worth of walkthroughs, tips, step-by-step guides, and broader breakdowns in this comprehensive Destiny 2 guide. We'll update this hub as Destiny 2 evolves, but whatever you're looking for right now, you'll find it in the sections (and sub-sections!) below.

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Destiny 2 guides

If you're looking for Destiny 2 help in areas other than the main campaign missions, then this is the place to be. We'll be updating this section with links to tips and tricks, collectibles locations, and various other guidance to ensure you get the best out of Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 Sparrow

Sparrows were a standard form of transport in the original Destiny, but their presence is notably lacking when you start the sequel. If you're tired of walking, here's how you get a Sparrow in Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 Chests

There's plenty of loot to be had in Destiny 2 by tracking down Region, Lost Sector, and Treasure chests. Get searching for them with our Destiny 2 Chest locations guide.

Destiny 2 Exotic Weapons

We've updated our list of the best Destiny 2 Exotics and narrowed it down to 10 must-have weapons that can be obtained in clear, actionable ways. From the Divinity trace rifle to the DPS staple Izanagi's Burden to PvP monsters like The Last Word, here are 10 Exotics that you can use to build up your arsenal. 

Destiny 2 Heroic Public Events

One of the best ways of unlocking new guns and armor is taking part in the Public Events marked on the map, but if you can upgrade it to the Heroic version then you'll get much better loot. Each type of event requires a different method, so here's how to trigger Heroic Public Events in Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 Easter Eggs

Everyone loves a good secret, and players are already discovering plenty of Easter eggs tucked away within Destiny 2. For a complete listing, check out the best Destiny 2 Easter eggs, or if you want to jump to something specific then here's how to unlock Destiny 2’s secret speed boost at The Farm and how to get the huge Traveler ball in the Tower in Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 Crucible Multiplayer

Destiny 2’s Crucible multiplayer has changed a lot, with smaller team-sizes, new game modes, new weapons and abilities, and a vastly reduced the focus on power-weapons and Super attacks. Get the drop on the other Guardians with our Destiny 2 Crucible tips.

Destiny 2: Forsaken - Where to find all the new collectibles

Destiny 2: Forsaken has, naturally, introduced a ton of new resources, currencies, and collectibles into the sandbox system, all of which need accruing if your Guardian plans to make a name for themselves in Bungie's shared world shooter. The following guides give you step-by-step, up to date advice on where and how to find each one, and what rewards await you in return. 

Destiny 2: Forsaken - The Dreaming City

Destiny 2: Forsaken's latest endgame zone, The Dreaming City, is an ethereal paradise of wonder and intrigue, replete with secrets and evolving stories. But you can't get there straight away. There's a series of steps that need completing before any Guardian can step foot within its walls, which is where our Destiny 2: Forsaken Dreaming City guide comes in. 

Once you've arrived, make sure to read all about the Destiny 2: Forsaken Dreaming City hidden cat locations before going to find them for yourselves, as they're an easy avenue for new Legendary weapons and armour. 

Destiny 2: Forsaken - Shattered Throne 

To this day, there's nothing quite like the Dreaming City's Shattered Throne dungeon. It's the perfect mix of Strikes and raids. You can do it solo or with a team of three, it's home tons of secrets, and it's got unique and exciting boss fights. It's one of the best parts of Forsaken, and with our Destiny 2 Shattered Throne guide, you'll never want for directions or strategies. We've also got some solo tips if you're brave enough to descend alone. 

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Destiny 2 Vault of Glass guide, changes and everything else you need to know about the returning raid

Vault of Glass - the original Destiny's first ever raid, and arguably Bungie's best - has returned to Destiny 2.

Vault of Glass is available free for all players - perfect for lapsed Destiny players looking to relive old memories.

That said, though the reintroduction of the Vault of Glass may have the trapping of the old raid, but it's a new beast altogether. The structure of many of the encounters remains the same, but there are new technical wrinkles that make many of the later encounters much more difficult.

However, if you can master everything Venus throws at you, there's a ton of great loot to get you through - from the Vex Mythoclast to the Fatebringer.

Destiny 2 Vault of Glass guide: A walkthrough to every encounter

Here's how to complete every stage of Vault of Glass, in sequence:


If you're looking for Vault of Glass collectibles:

Destiny 2 Vault of Glass changes explained

Vault of Glass walks the line between being the raid we know, love and occasionally rage quit at, while also offering a new challenge that takes into account the many differences in Destiny 2's systems.

Here's the main Vault of Glass changes at a glance:

  • Opening of the Vault of Glass works very similar to the original with small changes to enemy types.
  • The Confluxes is shorter and each wave of enemies is pinpointed with a Wyvern and an Overload Champion.
  • The Oracles' big change is that now they must be shot in the order they spawn in, adding a Simon Says portion.
  • The Templar includes the sequenced Oracles too, and the Relic holder can no longer cleanse teammates of the Marked for Negation debuff.
  • The Gorgons are mostly unchanged despite minor tweaks to the geometry and their sensitivity.
  • The Gatekeeper now has a debuff for those who bring the Relic into the portal rooms. The Relic needs to be passed to players so they can defeat a shielded enemy and then brought to another room by another player creating a relay race mechanic.
  • Atheon, Time's Conflux now incorporates oracles that must be read in an order from outside the portal room. The portal room team must then defeat three oracles three times in the correct order to begin the damage phase. One player at random will be detained during the damage phase and must move away from their team.
  • Throughout the raid, chest locations have moved, while there is a new collectible to find - Glass Shards.

This year's Festival of the Lost has arrived - which includes the Book of the Forgotten and Jurassic Green to unlock. Elsewhere in Season of the Lost, there are new Exotics such as the Ager's Scepter and the long-awaited arrival of crossplay. New activities include the Wayfinders Voyage, the Astral Alignment activity and finding Atlas Skew, Trivial Mystery, Enigmatic Mystery, Ascendant Mystery, Data Cache, Parallax Trajectory and Ascendant Anchor locations. Elsewhere, we've seen new Nightfall weapons such as the Uzume RR4, Plug One.1 and Hung Jury SR4. Other recent new features include transmog and materials Synthstrand, Synthcord and Synthweave, the Splicer Gauntlet and Decrypted Data used to upgrade it.

Outside the raid itself, there's also the following:

  • The raid features now-familiar Destiny 2 staples such as Wyverns and Overload Champions - so look forward to encountering those throughout.
  • Vault of Glass is not launched from a planet, as Venus isn't in the game - instead, you must go to the Legends area of the Director.
  • As such, don't expect random players to help you open the entrance to the raid (in the original, the first encounter was situated in the Venus patrol zone).
  • Datamines have revealed the Vault of Glass loot table, showing many returning weapons and armour pieces - though as noted by the following image's creator Testifye on reddit that it could be incorrect, early signs suggest each encounter's pool features two armour pieces and three weapons:
  • As well as this, there's a 'vendor' chest after the final encounter where you can spend Spoils of Conquest to purchase new rolls of acquired gear, as with Deep Stone Crypt.
  • Finally, datamines have also confirmed an upcoming Master difficulty to come.
  • At launch, Vault of Glass will be the only Raid in Destiny 2 to offer Pinnacle drops, with Beyond Light's Deep Stone Crypt demoting its drops to Powerful Gear on the launch of Season of the Splicer.

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Destiny 2: Beyond Light Complete Guide And Walkthrough

The third annual expansion for Destiny 2: Beyond Light, released in early November with tons of new gear to earn, missions to complete, and even a new raid to conquer. Set on the planet of Europa, Guardians are invited to wield Stasis, the first power born of darkness, to overcome Eramis, Kell of Darkness. Along the way, players are reacquainted with The Exo Stranger as they explore Bray Exoscience, a mysterious ancient facility and the birthplace of the Exo.

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If you're playing Destiny 2: Beyond Light, you've likely hit a roadblock or two on your journey to collect every new Exotic weapon, armor piece, and Triumph added to the game. In this complete guide, you'll find links to all the individual walkthroughs we've created to help you on your journey across Europa and beyond.

Updated October 12th, 2021, by Charles Burgar: Halloween is right around the corner, which means Destiny 2's Festival of the Lost is finally here. This seasonal event has been overhauled to now revolve around Haunted Lost Sectors—festive mini-dungeons that grant Festival-specific weapons when cleared. If you want the dinosaur-themed Eververse armor from this event, consider completing this week's Seasonal Challenges for Bright Dust. Legend Shattered Realm missions were also added this week for players looking for an alternate farm for Season 15 gear.

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Beyond Light Guides

Destiny 2: Season Of The Lost Progression Guides

Diving into a new Destiny season is equally exciting and confusing. With so many progression systems to juggle, it can be difficult to figure out how to make real progress on all of your characters. The guides below are here to help.

New/Returning Player Resources

If you've never played Destiny before—or you took a lengthy break from the game—jumping into this game can be a daunting task. Before you dig into our seasonal and expansion guides, give the articles below a read. They'll answer some common questions new players have about Destiny 2.

Season Of The Lost Leveling Guides

Leveling in Destiny 2 can be a daunting task, especially if you're returning from a long break. While the Power cap only increases by ten each season now, reaching the Pinnacle Cap is still a major ask for most players. These guides will help you get up to speed on leveling your Guardian. Guides for core playlist ranks are also down below if you want to get your hands on some easy Masterwork materials.

Seasonal Activities And Quests

To rescue the Queen's Techeuns and soil Savathun's plan, you're going to need a way into the Ascendant realm. The new Astral Alignment seasonal activity allows you and five other Guardians to carve a path through the Dreaming City's Blind Well and exterior locals, allowing you to delve into the game's weekly Shattered Realm missions. Use the guides below to learn how this activity works, along with how to gear yourself with some powerful new items.

Season Of The Lost Seasonal Challenges

Seasonal Challenges are your main source of XP and Bright Dust in Destiny 2. Season of the Lost has 78 challenges, most of which are fairly easy. Complete 75 of them for a bonus 4,000 Bright Dust. Give the links below a look to see what each week requires.


Build-crafting is becoming a larger part of Destiny 2 with each season. A barrage of new armor mods and weapons means nothing if you don't understand the fundamentals. Use the links below to get acclimated with Destiny 2's various gear-related systems.

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Destiny 2: Season Of The Lost Gear And Builds

Interested in having infinite grenades, one-minute Supers, or becoming a juggernaut in all PvE content? You've come to the right place. These guides will showcase Destiny 2 at its most absurd, showcasing all of the powerful weapons and armor you can obtain in a season. From there, we go in-depth on how to use these items to create some of the most powerful builds imaginable. Give the links below a look if you want to take your Guardian to the next level.

Season Of The Lost Gear

A new Destiny season means new gear to chase. Check out Season 15's new offerings and see which items might suit your playstyle.

Season Of The Splicer Best Weapons

Learn which weapons and rolls are worth farming for in Season 15's various activities.

Season Of The Lost Builds

Builds have become more complex and impactful throughout Destiny 2's lifespan. With the introduction of Combat Style mods, Armor 2.0, and a plethora of new perks, the power that is available for your Guardian to harness has never been greater. We have in-depth build guides for all three of Destiny 2's classes, embracing various mods and Exotics to help you conquer the game's toughest content. Infinite Supers, constant Warmind Cells, triple 100 stats, and more await you below.

Combat Style Mods Explained

Combat Style mods are mandatory if you want to complete the toughest PvE content in Destiny 2. They can also give you a leg up in the Crucible. These in-depth guides will explain why these mods are so good and what they do.

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Destiny 2: Season Of The Lost Tier Lists

Destiny's meta is ever-evolving, mostly due to the constant influx of new guns each season. Season of the Lost added over 25 new weapons for Guardians to chase, most of which come with new perks. Needless to say, the meta has shifted yet again with Season 15.

That is why we've made tier lists for every weapon archetype in Destiny 2. Whether you're a PvE or PvP main, you'll be able to quickly find the best weapons for weapon archetypes you're interested in.

Exotic Armor Tier Lists

Each season brings at least one new Exotic for Hunters, Warlocks, and Titans. When coupled with the ever-evolving meta that each Destiny season has, it can be tough deciding which Exotics are worth using. These tier lists will give you a good idea of which Exotics are powerful, both for PvE and PvP. Whether you want to understand the current Exotic meta or learn of some underrated alternatives, these guides should prove useful.

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Destiny 2: Season Of The Lost Weekly Shattered Realm Guides

Season 15's weekly mission type is named Shattered Realm. Guardians will have to delve into the Ascendant Plane to assist Mara Sov with defeating Savathun. Frantic gunfights, beautiful environments, and secrets await. Use the guides below to learn how to light each beacon, find every Trivial Mystery, and uncover every hidden Ascendant Anchor.

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Destiny 2: Season Of The Splicer Guides

Season of the Splicer may be over, but that doesn't mean its content has been made inaccessible. Assist Mithrax and the House of Light with breaching the Vex Network to keep the Vex at bay. Powerful weapons, mods, and exciting Expunge missions can all be found below.

Destiny 2: Season Of The Splicer Progression Guides

A few quests and gameplay systems were introduced with Season of the Splicer, all of which are covered below.

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Destiny 2: Season Of The Splicer Gear

With every season, Bungie pushes the envelope for Destiny 2's build crafting. New seasonal mods, Exotics, and guns allow for some truly incredible builds that will make your Guardian a whirlwind of destruction, both in PvE and PvP.

Season Of The Splicer Gear

Season 14 has introduced several new weapons, Elemental Well mods, and a new Ritual weapon for Guardians to chase. No matter what you're interested in, these guides will have you covered.

Best Season Of The Splicer Weapons

Destiny 2: Season Of The Splicer Weekly Expunge Mission Guides

Ever since Warmind's excellent Whisper mission, Bungie has released numerous mini-dungeons that grant powerful rewards when completed. Dubbed "Weekly Missions" by Bungie, Season 14 has introduced seven unique missions under the name "Expunge." Delve into the Vex Network to defeat the Vex and Taken to save the Last City. These missions grant Pinnacle Gear, weapons with multiple perks in each column, and high-stat armor. Guides for each mission are listed below:

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Destiny 2: Season Of The Chosen Guides

Despite the arrival of Season of the Splicer, Season of the Chosen hasn't rotated out of Destiny 2. Players can still destroy Caiatl's forces in the Battlegrounds playlist, explore the abandoned Glykon in the Presage mission, and unlock some sweet gear.

Season Of The Chosen Progression Guides

The Hammer of Proving is this season's progression system, unlocking new options for focusing Umbral Engrams. Use the links below to learn how the Hammer of Proving works.

Season Of The Chosen Gear

Season of the Chosen added dozens of weapons for Guardians to chase. Every weapon introduced in this season can be found below.

Exotic Presage Mission

Season of the Chosen introduced a new Exotic mission for Guardians to master. Named Presage, players will have to explore a derelict Cabal ship to uncover the whereabouts of a missing Guardian. Dozens of secrets, puzzles, and the fantastic Dead Man's Tale Exotic Scout Rifle can be found through this mission. These guides will cover everything you need to know about this mission, ranging from encounters to the Glykon's secrets.

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Destiny 2: Season Of The Hunt Guides

Season of the Hunt, otherwise known as Season 12, introduced Guardians to Wrathborn Hunts. With the help of the Crow, players can take down Xivu Arath's minions for some unique rewards.

Season Of The Hunt Progression Guides

To take down Xivu Arath's minions, you're going to need a Cryptolith Lure.

Season Of The Hunt Gear

Random rolls for Season of the Hunt weapons and Hawkmoon are discussed in detail in the guides below. Learn which weapons pack the largest punch.

Exotic Harbinger Mission

The star of this season is Harbinger, an Exotic mission that allows Guardians to reforge Hawkmoon—a fan-favorite Hand Cannon from the original Destiny.

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Destiny 2: Year 4 Content Guides

Bungie has revitalized some of Destiny 2's destinations in recent seasons. Every dungeon provides relevant loot, Legendary Lost Sectors are an excellent source of Exotics, and Nightfalls continue to be the definite means of earning Masterwork materials. Check out the links below to find in-depth guides on content tied to Destiny 2's Beyond Light expansion and subsequent seasons.

Dungeon Guides

Destiny 2 has three dungeons for players to conquer: Shattered Throne, Pit of Heresy, and Prophecy. We have guides giving you a breakdown of each encounter, providing strategies and tips for beating the dungeon without a sweat. And for those interested in beating a raid solo flawlessly, we have a few tips and loadout recommendations you should consider.

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Master Lost Sector Guides

Master Lost Sectors allow solo players to farm Exotic armor in droves, provided they have the right gear and strategy. These guides cover both of those things, giving you all of the information you need to crush them on your first attempt.

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Nightfall Guides

We don't have many Nightfall guides currently, but we plan to create more throughout the next few seasons. If you're chasing the Conqueror title or farming Nightfall guns, you'll want to check out our strategy guides on these Nightfalls.

Can Free-To-Play Players Access The Campaigns? (March 2021) - New Player Guide - Destiny 2

Destiny 2: New Light makes dozens of hours of content free-to-play. If you’re a new player, you may feel a bit lost. Even if you played at launch in 2017 — or the original Destiny five years ago — a lot has changed.

We’ve been around since the beginning, and in this New Light beginner’s guide, we’ve compiled 14 tips to help ease you into the world of Destiny in 2019.

Run through the Red War, Curse of Osiris, or Warmind campaign

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When you begin Destiny 2, you’ll play an intro mission set in the old Cosmodrome from the original Destiny. After that, you’ll find yourself in the Tower with a thousand blinking lights on your map. So what do you do now?

Consider playing through one of the original Destiny 2 campaigns. If you’re still getting a handle on how Destiny 2 works, you may want to slow down before jumping headfirst into the newest seasons or updated planets.

The Red War campaign launched with Destiny 2, and it tells a decent story. It’s also pretty long, so you should learn a lot about Destiny 2 by the end.

If you’re looking for something a bit shorter, you could play the Curse of Osiris or Warmind campaigns as well. In our opinion, Warmind is a bit shorter and more interesting than Curse of Osiris.

You won’t get much in terms of weapons or armor for completing these campaigns (there are only a few guaranteed Exotic drops in each. (Exotics are powerful weapons and armor with unique perks). But they should give you a sense of what to expect from Destiny 2.

Aim to deal bonus damage

If you’ve played a first person shooter before, you probably know that getting a headshot deals a lot more damage than shooting anywhere else. Well that’s only mostly true in Destiny 2. For most enemy types, aim for the head, but enemies like the Vex (the white and gold teleporting robots) are a bit more complicated.

Headshots aren’t always headshots

The Vex won’t take additional damage when you hit them in the head. Instead, you need to shoot them in the glowing spot around their abdomen (lovingly referred to as the “juice box”). Other enemies like Servitors or Shanks (the floating orbs and drones that come with Fallen enemies) take precision hits from their big center eye or visor respectively. The Skorn also have some unique hit spots, like their bubbly glowing backs or flaming flails.

When you get a precision hit (Destiny 2’s word for headshot), yellow numbers pop up around the enemy. If you aren’t getting yellow numbers, hit the enemy elsewhere.

Use Energy weapons on shields

If enemies have shields (usually denoted by a little white bar above their health), they won’t take precision damage at all. You can get rid of a shield with any damage type, but Energy weapons (guns in your secondary or heavy slot) deal bonus damage to shields. If you can match the element to the shield on the enemy (Void/purple damage to a Void/purple shield), then the shield will explode and deal bonus damage to the enemy and their nearby allies.

Always take a special weapon

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In Destiny 2, there are three ammo tiers: primary/white ammo weapons (a single white bullet near their icon), special/green ammo weapons (two green bullets near their icon), and heavy/purple ammo weapons (three purple bullets near their icon).

Special weapons and primary weapons can each go in the first two slots, depending on if they’re Energy or Kinetic (which means no energy element). That allows you to wield two primary weapons or two special weapons if you want. You can make some interesting builds out of both, but each has its problems.

If you go with double primary, you’ll always have ammo but won’t be able to deal as much damage. Special weapons offer high bonus damage at the cost of ammo. So if you have two special weapons, you’ll always be low on ammo but deal great damage.

Take one of each in most scenarios — a single primary and a single special. That way, you always have a special weapon to take care of bosses and big enemies and a primary weapon when you run out of ammo.

Think twice before deleting your items

In Destiny 2, you don’t need to use your most powerful weapons for better gear to drop. As long as you haven’t deleted it, the game will always drop loot based on your highest possible Power Level — including items in your vault.

Your Power Level is how the game measures your strength. Your Power Level grows, depending on how powerful your gear is. If you want to take on harder content in Destiny 2, you’ll need a higher Power Level.

When you’re first starting out, don’t delete the items you get unless they’re white, green, or blue quality. Even then, make sure they’re not better than what you’re currently using.

It can sometimes be a real pain to get certain weapons in Destiny 2, and you don’t want to delete something you may eventually have to spend hours getting back. Before you have an idea of what you want to keep and what’s safe to delete, throw stuff in your vault instead of getting rid of it.

You can access the vault from the Tower, near the Banshee-44 — the Gunsmith. The vault comes with 500 inventory slots, and all you need to do is open the vault, open your inventory, and start storing or withdrawing items.

If you find something you really like and are afraid of deleting, you can lock a weapon by pressing shift on PC or pressing an analog stick with a controller. At that point, you can’t delete a locked weapon until you unlock it.

Experiment with different guns and perks

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When you first start out in Destiny 2, enemies and quests will throw weapons at you all the time. That’s OK! Take a moment to try out the new weapon types you get, even if it’s not as good as your current gun. There are lots of different gun types in Destiny 2, and while you never need to commit to just one, it’s always helpful to know what you like.

As you get more comfortable, start inspecting the weapons you like most. What perks do they have? (Perks are abilities attached to your gun that impact its effectiveness) Guns in Destiny 2 usually come down to feel (they all feel unique) and perks.

Eventually, you’ll learn exactly the kinds of perks you like on, say, hand cannons — we’re partial to combinations like Rampage and Outlaw — but you have experiment to get there.

Wait to infuse your gear

If you have a piece of gear that’s low level, you can sacrifice another weapon to bring your favorite gun up closer to your current Power Level. The process is called infusion.

Infusion is a great for keeping your loot usable in more difficult content, but it’s also pretty expensive.

Before you start tackling the really hard stuff like raids or dungeons, infuse your favorite gear so your damage isn’t lacking. But while you’re still learning how to play, don’t worry too much about leveling up your favorite gear after it falls behind. You’ll have plenty of time to play with your favorite stuff, but you don’t want to waste infusion materials on items you’ll likely replace in a few hours.

Let higher level players show you the way

One of the coolest parts about Destiny 2 is the shared world experience. If you jump onto a planet to play some Public Events (small missions that take place in an area) you’ll inevitably bump into other players.

Public Events have more difficult and rewarding versions called Heroic Public Events. To trigger these, you need to complete a secret objective. If you’re new, watch the players with higher Power Levels or cooler looking armor than you to see what they’re doing. (Also read our guides.)

The Destiny community is usually friendly and helpful to new players, but it’s not uncommon to run into a grumpy Guardian if they feel like you’re messing up their Public Event. If someone is running around you, shooting you, or punching you, they’re probably trying to get your attention. See what they’re trying to teach you!

For PC players, Bungie has local chat off by default. This makes communication pretty tough, so head into the gameplay setting and turn it on. You’ll learn all sorts of new stuff from nearby players.

Run weekly challenges to gain powerful gear

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There are many opportunities to get powerful pieces of gear in Destiny 2. Each week, there are a set of challenges to complete around the world. They’re denoted by a blue star over a vendor or planet, and they reset every Tuesday morning.

Some of these are pretty complex (like the Nightfall) or change season to season (like the Vex Offensive). But many of them just involve playing activities in Destiny 2.

Check out the weekly Flashpoint on one of the planets (just complete Public Events or Lost Sectors) or play a few Crucible matches to get a great piece of loot.

Look into your Collection to find cool weapons and armor

If you see a Guardian running around with a cool looking gun or some great armor, you can inspect them to see what it is. But you can also look into your own Collection to find awesome stuff you don’t own yet.

Hoping into the Collection is easy, and it’s right next to your character sheet. Once in the menu, you can look at all the different hand cannons, auto rifles, and armor pieces in the game. There’s a spot for Exotics that tell you where most of them come from.

You can’t see some pieces until after you discover them, but if you’re just looking for some new gear, the Collection is a great place to start.

Grab new bounties every day

If you’re looking to power up, you’ll need XP to upgrade your Seasonal Artifact (an upgrade system that offers power and unique weapon abilities). With each new level, you’ll gain a permanent Power Level increase to your character. One way to get bonus XP every day is to pick up bounties around the world.

Different vendors offer different bounties for a small amount of Glimmer (the game’s most basic currency). Most of these missions just ask you to kill a certain number of enemies or run a Lost Sector. Bounties are great to have while you play, so pick up the bounties for whatever activity you’re doing before you venture out for the day.

Killed by the Architects means it’s not your fault

You’ll kill a lot of stuff during your time with Destiny 2, but you’ll die a lot as well. Most of those deaths will probably be your fault. But if you see “killed by the Architects” in your on your screen after you die, it means you didn’t really do anything wrong.

The Architects is Bungie’s fun term for “something went wrong.” Usually this pops up if you get accidentally flung into a wall by enemy movement or spontaneously combust — believe it or not, both have happened before. It may also mean that you fell off a cliff or didn’t slow yourself down and died of fall damage.

It’s great that the game tells you how you die, because if you pay attention, you can learn from your mistakes. But if you keep seeing “killed by the Architects,” just know that there’s not necessarily anything you could’ve done to prevent that death. You can filter those out and focus on other reasons you died.

Grab new Exotics from Xur each week

Since the original Destiny, Friday is Xur day.

Xur is a merchant who spawns in a random location around the Destiny 2 world each week. He sells Exotic weapons and armor — powerful, unique, and desirable tools.

All of Xur’s items can drop randomly if you play enough, but Xur is a guaranteed way to get some new items to fill out your arsenal. Find him every week, and spend some Legendary Shards — a ubiquitous currency you get for almost everything, especially deleting the purple Legendary weapons you get as rewards from most activities or vendors — to purchase new items.

We post a Xur guide just like this one every week.

Use group finding apps like Discord

Now that you know the Destiny basics, you’re ready to tackle some harder content. But if you’re short a few friends, you won’t be able to raid or complete the most difficult activities. That’s where Discord and the Bungie app come in handy.

The Bungie app lets you create custom fireteams — groups of two-six players — that others can join. It’s really easy to use, especially for console players. Just link up your account on your phone and get going.

If you’re looking for some very specific, difficult stuff to play, there are a number of Discord servers devoted to finding Destiny 2 groups. We’re fans of the Destiny subreddit Discord and the Destiny 2 PC LFG Discord group.

No matter where you play or what platform you’re on, you can just about always find some Guardians to play with in those groups.

Use an inventory management app like DIM

Destiny Item Manager

Once you have a lot of guns in Destiny 2 — especially if you intend to play multiple characters — you’ll need some help managing your inventory and vault. You don’t need to go back to the Tower every time you want to deposit something or put it in your inventory. Instead, there are a few apps to use.

Bungie has a decent management app for phones. But there are some great third-party apps as well. If you’re using a laptop or your desktop to manage items, we recommend the Destiny Item Manager (DIM). If you want a DIM alternative or want to use your phone, check out the Ishtar Commander app.

And that’s it! If you made it all the way to the end, congratulations: You have a great foundation for getting the most out of your first few days with Destiny 2. There’s still a lot to learn, but that knowledge will come with time. Now is the time to explore space and destroy evil, Guardian. Good luck, and see you starside.


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