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Region chests or Golden chests are unique loot containers in Destiny 2. There’s at least one gold chest in each public sector, and they can be opened only once. There’s high-quality loot inside them, and you shouldn’t pass up the opportunity to get yourself something nice. These region loot chests can be hard to find, but the extra hassle is worth it. If you’re having trouble with them, keep reading – we’ll show you a list of all Destiny 2 region chest locations.

Destiny 2 Golden Chest Locations

European Dead Zone Gold Chest Locations

The EDZ is the first area you’ll visit in Destiny 2. It’s where you’ll make your first moves towards reclaiming what was lost. There are 20 region chests here, and they will probably be the easiest to find, since it’s the area where you’re meant to learn the ropes. Although they’re marked on the map, you’ll still have to find their exact locations. For more details, take a look at our Destiny 2 Region Chest Locations in EDZ guide.

Titan Region Loot Chests

Titan is a moon of Saturn, and it’s covered by a methane ocean with buildings from humanity’s golden age standing firmly

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Dead ghosts are collectibles in Destiny 2. They were added in the Forsaken DLC, and you can find them on all of the maps. Each on you collect will unlock a new Ghost Story, a snippet of text in teh Lore Triumph section of the compendium. They can be pretty hard to find, hidden in unusual places or just difficult to reach. This guide will show you all Destiny 2 Dead Ghost Stories lore triumph locations.

Destiny 2 Dead Ghost Stories Lore Triumph Locations

Tangled Shore Dead Ghost Locations

The first Ghost Story in the new area is called Pressure. You’ll find it the High Planes. Land at Thieves’ Landing, then head east into Four-Horn Gulch. Go south, through the tunnel and past the tents. Turn right and look for a cave whose entrance is surrounded by stones with holes. Go inside and look at the ground by the pillar in the middle.

The second one is called Ghost Hunter, and it’s in the Shipyard AWO-43 lost sector. You’ll find the entrance in a valley in the northeast of the Jetsam of Saturn. As you pass the hole in the wall that overlooks the shipyard, you’ll turn and

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Sleeper nodes are a type of collectible in Destiny 2. They’re floating pyraminds you’ll find scattered across Mars, and you’ll need to collect Override Frequencies to open them. You’ll encounter your first one long before you have the knowledge or the tools to open it. If you’re confused by the music boxes, or don’t know where to find them, our Destiny 2 sleeper node locations guide will help you.

Destiny 2 Sleeper Node Locations – How to Get Override Frequency

How to get Override Frequency?

In order to get the first Override Frequency, you’ll have to complete the story campaign. Then you’ll have to finish the blue missions that appear on Mars – this will unlock the Nascent Dawn 1/5 pursuit. Finally, you’ll have to clear three patrols and a lost sector. This will grant you four Resonant Stems, which you can combine into an Override Frequency. Afterwards, you’ll be able to obtain more of them by looting high value target chests, doing patrols, public events and lost sectors.

Each frequency is valid for one particular Sleeper Node. The description of the frequency will hint towards the location of the node. When you’re near it, you’ll start hearing faint music.

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Latent memories are collectibles in Destiny 2. They’re part of the Warmind DLC, which means you’ll find them on Mars. There’s 45 of them in total, and they’re really well hidden. Collecting them all will allow you to open up several data caches in the new area, yielding great rewards. If you’re having trouble finding them, keep reading our Destiny 2 Latent Memory locations guide, and it will help you complete the collection.

Destiny 2 Latent Memory Locations – Warmind Data Cache Collectibles

In order to collect a latent memory, you’ll have to shoot it. However, it’s not as simple as that. They’re grouped by color, and can only be destroyed by certain weapons. Use solar for the orange ones, void for the purple, arc for the blue and kinetic for the white ones. The red memories can only be destroyed with Rasputin’s Valkyrie.

Braytech Futurescapes Latent Memories

The first one we found was in the northwestern corner of Braytech Futurescapes, in front of the big statue at the wide staircase. The second one is a little to the east, on a crate in a corner, next to a wall with some thick cables.

The next one was

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