With the recent addition of Destiny 2: Forsaken, one of the most popular shooters around has become bigger, better and even more confusing than ever before. Whether you’re new to the franchise or a veteran Guardian, this guide will act as a hub for all things Forsaken.
Here you’ll find guides and walkthroughs for specific missions, how to find Exotic weapons and how to really boost those Power level numbers. We’ve tried to avoid spoilers for the main campaign for the most part and will be sure to flag any pages that might ruin your immersion, like our review.
If there are any guides you’d like to see about Destiny 2: Forsaken, then please get in touch with your suggestions! You can find all the information about the new update here.
- Two-Tailed Fox Exotic rocket launcher
- Cerberus+1 Exotic Auto Rifle
- Lord of Wolves
The main perk for this weapon is Twintails, which allows the rocket launcher to fire off two rockets, one Solar, and another Void, that track the same target which makes for an interesting explosion on impact. This weapon is particularly useful in PvP, so keep your eye out for it dropping.
This rifle has four barrels and its main perk means that it shoots erratic bullets from each gun barrel at the same time. ‘Nuff said.
The Lord of Wolves shotgun was a fan favourite in Destiny and it’s no different this time around in Forsaken. This energy weapon shoots Solar shrapnel at your enemies and packs a punch in PvP mode.
Increase your Power and unlock new Subclass paths
- Destiny 2 Power, XP and Engram basics
- How to hit 600 Power
- Unlocking Subclass paths and new Supers
If you’re somewhat new to the franchise, it would be worth checking out this guide to learn about the levelling up systems in Destiny 2 and how to use your time effectively to get maximum gains and pump up those rookie numbers.
If you’ve reached the soft cap of 500 and want to boost your Power ahead of the upcoming raid, check this guide out for a structured approach to getting the most out of Destiny 2: Forsaken.
You are now able to unlock new Subclass paths and Supers in Forsaken but how to do it is a little different from the base game, so here’s our guide on how to progress further.
You can also check out the details of the new Subclasses here.
Challenges, triumphs and public events
- The Last Wish raid glitch
- The Last Wish raid
- Daily challenges will reset every four days
- Dreaming City secret and Double Trouble Triumph
- Heroic Rift Generator Public Event
- Oracle Engine Offering and Corsair Down
- Heroic Tangled Shore public events
Unfortunately, Bungie has managed to fix its game, though players who exploited the glitch can keep their gear. We’d rather you held off using glitches to get new loot early in future, but we’re not your mum.
Here’s the trailer for The Last Wish raid ahead of Friday. We are very excited.
A simple explanation of the new four day reset pattern for daily challenges in Forsaken.
If you’re in The Dreaming City and like a little something different, then try completing this Triumph with your friends.
Unlocking a Heroic event will almost certainly mean better loot, so here’s a look at how to activate it.
These quests appear after the main campaign and link with challenges from Petra Venj, so for those looking for a rewarding and unusual challenge should look here.
The Tangled Shore is full of strange new foes and this guide will show you how to trigger Heroic events to win the best loot.
The Last Wish raid
- Kalli the Corrupted
- Shuro Chi the Corrupted
How to beat the first boss, Kalli the Corrupted, in the Last Wish raid.
A guide to beating the second boss, Shuro Chi the Corrupted.
The Dreaming City
- Changes to the Dreaming City
- Ascendant Challenge Week 2
- Ascendant Challenge week 3
All the changes to the Dreaming City since the Last Wish raid was completed.
The Ascendant Challenges are part of the Forsaken end-game content in the Dreaming City. The content and location of the challenge changes weekly.
The week 3 challenge requires a bit of precision in platforming, and culminates with a boss fight.
Gambit and other new modes
Gambit is the new PvP mode in Forsaken which pits two teams of four against each other in a battle to collect Motes and invade the enemies battlefield in the ultiamte act of sabotage.
New modes for the Crucible will be coming in the next few weeks, including the return of The Iron Banner and new maps. Check out our page that details the latest updates in Destiny 2: Forsaken.
If you’re still not convinced that Forsaken is worth the hype, check out our buddy Arekkz’ video where he blasts through the first story mission for a little taste of the action in store.