Two new Nightmare Hunt modes are coming to Destiny 2: Shadowkeep after the weekly reset, which means there will be even more Powerful loot to find.
Nightmare Hunts are the new activities in Shadowkeep and are full of challenging Nightmare versions of enemies past. Currently, you can only play on the default Adept difficulty which has a recommended Power level of 860. After the reset, you’ll be able to play on Hero and Legend difficulty, which will take the Power recommendation over 900.
These new Nightmare Hunt difficulties will come with a new range of modifiers to contend with, which will no doubt make your life harder. It’s also worth knowing that you’ll need to create Fireteam before jumping for Legend and Master-level Hunts.
Master difficulty Nightmare Hunts will be available from October 15, and there’s a Triumph you can unlock by completing a Master run without dying. Good luck with that.
Now that the Garden of Salvation raid is complete, it’s time to tackle the Eyes on the Moon quest and unlock the Vex Offensive. For more Shadowkeep guides, check out our pages on how to get the Deathbringer Exotic Rocket Launcher, the Divinity Exotic Tracer Rifle, how to complete the Nightmare Essence Cleansing and how to get Phantasmal Fragments, Cores, and access Nightmare Hunts.