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A Matter of Time in Destiny 2 Season of Dawn is the opening mission of the new season, and it involves finding Osiris and completing some tasks for him. It’s going to take you right back to Mercury, as well as other locations in the game. Now, you might encounter some problems with this, such as figuring out how to start the quest, and maybe some of the other steps. With that in mind, welcome to our Destiny 2 A Matter of Time Walkthrough – Season of Dawn guide, in which we’ll show you how to complete the Matter of Time quest, which is the opening mission of the new Season of Dawn.

Destiny 2 A Matter of Time Walkthrough – Season of Dawn

How to Start Matter of Time Quest?

To start the A Matter of Time quest in Destiny 2 Season of Dawn, you have to speak with Ikora Rey in the Bazaar area of The Tower. She will give you the Matter of Time mission, where you’ll have to investigate a disturbance on Mercury. The goal of the first step is to go and find Osiris on Mercury. The Cabal is cooking something over there, and that’s

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Symmertry is a new exotic weapon in Destiny 2. It’s a gift you’ll get at the start of the Season of Dawn, and it has a couple of interesting unique perks. If you’re wondering how this scout rifle works exactly, and you’re not in the position to check in game, our Destiny 2 Symmetry perks will explain everything.

Destiny 2 Symmetry Perks – Exotic Scout Rifle

Which perks does Symmetry have?

Symmetry comes with a fixed perk roll, which means everyone will get the same ones. They are: Revolution (intrinsic), Dynamic Charge (trait), Hammer Forged Rifling, Particle Repeater and Composite Stock.

Revolution allows you to hold the reload button to switch to something called Arc Seeker mode. This makes your bullets follow enemies you shoot at, greatly improving your accuracy. By itself, it may not be much, but coupled with Dynamic Charge it makes for a really interesting plaything. This trait makes precision hits build up dynamic charges. You can have up to 15 at any time. When you swap to Arc Seeker mode, you’ll get an increase to damage based on the number of charges. It’ll also partially reload your magazine.

The combination of intrinsic perk and trait could

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Fallen Captains are a type of elite enemy in Destiny 2. There’s a new bounty in the game called Leaderless, They Fall, and it requires you to kill twenty of them. Since they’re not your regular cannon fodder, finding that much may be a problem for some. If you’re having a hard time finding them, our Destiny 2 Fallen Captain locations guide will show you the best place to farm them.

Destiny 2 Fallen Captains – Leaderless They Fall Bounty

Best Fallen Captains farm Locations?

The good news is, you won’t have to visit twenty different locations. The bad news is, you’ll have to complete a bunch of lost sectors. Pretty much every lost sector that’s filled with Fallen will end with a Fallen Captain for a boss. The best place we’ve found for farming them is Trostland, the area around Devrim’s church in the European Dead Zone. Land there, and you’ll find three lost sectors around the church – Atrium, Widow’s Walk and Terminus East. The first one is the easiest and the quickest, but you can shuffle the three for variety’s sake.

As you can see, all three are near the church. Terminus east is accessible through

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