How to start a Legendary Lost Sector in Destiny 2

Legendary Lost Sector in Destiny 2

The Seraph Bunkers are new PvE activities introduced within the Season of the Worthy expansion. Within this new storyline, the Rasputin Warmind AI is back, and bringing with it a new war plan to fight back against the various threats plaguing the galaxy. Destiny 2 players will encounter a variety of new quests as part of this storyline, and one of the tougher adventures is the new Legendary Lost Sector in Destiny 2.

The Legendary Lost Sector in Destiny 2 is something that players will want to be doing regularly. There is some work to be done ahead of time though. Players will want to be at least 1,000 Light before attempting these much tougher adventures. The more powerful enemies are worth taking on though, as these quests are necessary for the Warmind Bits and Chipsets you need to upgrade Rasputin’s bunkers.

To start getting into these new quests, you will need to do some setup first. Zavala will send you to visit Ana Bray on Mars. This kicks off a  quest chain that involves handing to the Sludge on the EDZ to talk to Rasputin. Once you begin completing the objectives, you will be introduced to the Bunker mechanics and buying your first Bunker upgrade. Once you complete the Raising our Defences quest, you’re ready to take on a Legendary Lost Sector in Destiny 2.

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When you have the Seraph Bunker activated after dealing with this quest, look on the right-hand side of the room for a lit up console. you will now  you found the right thing when you see the (Legandary) marker over the relevant popup.

These are very difficult missions, so you need to come prepared.

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