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Destiny 2 just got a bit activity-richer. Bungie has released Leviathan, Eater of Worlds, the first raid lair in the Curse of Osiris DLC. It’s still unclear what exactly the new activity entails, but we do know it’s supposed to give people a similar experience to the raid, but without the tremendous time commitment. Destiny 2 Leviathan, Eater of Worlds raid lair has been launched several minutes ago, and players are already rushing in to see what it’s all about, and whether it can save the severely underwhelming expansion.

Destiny 2 Leviathan, Eater of Worlds Raid Lair Goes Live

Where is the entrance to the new lair?

Once you find yourself on the raid landing platform, just keep going forward, until you reach the big doors. These were previously closed, but will now open. Once you go through them, just continue forward, jump down, and keep following this path, until you reach the purple room. This is where the first challenge takes place.

Escape the Reactor

This event takes place in a purple room. There is a large death pool in the middle of the room. To overcome it and reach the orange platform at the end of

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Aeon Safe is a piece of exotic armor in Destiny 2. It’s part of the Curse of Osiris expansion. You’re guaranteed to get the fancy pair of gauntlets, but thanks to an oversight on the developers’ part, you can easily miss them. This guide will show you how to get Destiny 2 Aeon Safe exotic gauntlets, what they look like and their stats.

Destiny 2 Aeon Safe Exotic Gauntlets

How to get Aeon Safe?

In order to get the Aeon Safe gauntlets, you’ll have to complete the story campaign. As we’ve mentioned, you’re guaranteed to get them, so you won’t have to spend hours upon hours chasing engrams. Once you’re done with the story missions, you’ll probably want to stay on Mercury, to play the heroic Vex Crossroads and the new adventures, or find the regional chests and lost sectors.

Before you do any of that, you should head back to the Tower. You might remember that this whole mess with the Vex, Osiris and Mercury started after you talked to Ikora Rey. Head back to her, and she’ll give you the Aeon Safe as the ultimate reward for completing the missions.

The gauntlets are reminiscent of Deus Ex in

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Prometheus Lens is an exotic trace rifle in Destiny 2. The weapon was added in the Curse of Osiris DLC. It’s pretty much the same as Coldheart, only with solar damage. We’ll call it Warmheart. It’s been wreaking havoc in Crucible since the first time it dropped, and Bungie claims that’s due to a bug. Be that as it may, it is currently the most sought-after weapon in the entire game. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to get the Destiny 2 Prometheus Lens exotic trace rifle, which perks it has and what it actually does.

Destiny 2 Prometheus Lens Exotic Trace Rifle

How to get Prometheus Lens?

Sadly, you’ll get the Prometheus Lens the same way you got pretty much every other exotic – randomly. Although we always advise you to concentrate on activities that have supposedly higher chances of yielding exotic weapons, like heroic public events and milestones, some people have reported getting the new trace rifle from Gunsmith engrams. In other words, you don’t find it – it will find you when the algorithm wills it.

Prometheus Lens perks & stats

Prometheus Lens is a trace rifle – like Coldheart. It shoots out a

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There are eleven Lost Prophecy weapons in Destiny 2. They’re special legendary weapons added in the Curse of Osiris DLC. They can’t be obtained as random drops – only through completing the Lost Prophecies on Mercury, which are a new kind of activity governed by Brother Vance. Since there’s so many of them, and you can choose in which order you’ll tackle them (at least to some extent), players are wondering which verse unlocks which weapon – and that’s exactly what we’re going to show you in our Destiny 2 Lost Prophecies & Forge Weapons guide.

Destiny 2 Lost Prophecies & Forge Weapons – Which Verse Unlocks What?

The verses seem to be on a weekly rotation, as only three were available to use after we completed the first one. We’re going to update this page when we have more info.

Verse 1 – Garden Progeny 1

The first verse will yield a legendary scout rifle called Garden Progeny 1, decorated with copper elements, an animated scope and a tubes with something running through them. It has room for 14 bullets in the magazine, and fires 150 rounds each minute. It has a high impact frame, which lowers its rate

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The Curse of Osiris, the first expansion for Destiny 2, was launched yesterday. It brough a handful of new things to the game, like a tiny new planet, one public event, some regional chests, and other knick-knacks. However, it also removed some stuff from the base game, at least for people who don’t intend to fork out the $20 for the DLC. It turns out that the prestige version of the Leviathan raid and the Nightfall strikes have had their power level reqiurements raised beyond what you can achieve in the base game.

Destiny 2 Players Locked Out of Prestige Raid & Nightfall Without DLC

Before the DLC was launched, the recommended power level for both of these activities was 300, which was five levels below the cap. They were meant to engage people at the end-game, which is why the number was so high. Now, on the other hand, the prestige raid and nightfall recommend a power level of 330, which is a bit below the new cap. This way, the developers made sure these would stay relevant even as the players gear up.

However, it did have one nasty side effect – people who don’t intend to buy

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