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Lumina is a new exotic weapon in Destiny 2. It’s a hand cannon that heals and buffs your teammates. In order to get it, you’ll have to complete a set of long and arduous tasks. But first, you’ll have to find the secret location where the quest starts. If you’re having trouble with any of the steps, our Destiny 2 Lumina exotic hand cannon quest guide will show you the light.

Destiny 2 Lumina Exotic Hand Cannon Quest

How to start Lumina quest?

In order to begin the Lumina quest, you’ll have to go to the EDZ. Land at Trostland, then head into the tunnel north of the church. Follow the path into the salt mines, and when you reach the elevator, look for a transmat pad to the left of it. Use it to get up to the cliff above the city. Go up the road to the barrier, then shimmy across the ledge on the left. Climb into the small opening and it’ll lead you to a secret camp. Loot the chest on the left to get the first quest item.

System Positioning Device chest locations

Once you open the chest, you’ll get two items. In

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System positioning device is a quest item in Destiny 2. You’ll get it along with a quest which is part of the Lumina exotic hand cannon chain. The item will point you towards a lost sector, in which you’ll have to look for a hidden chest. Every hour, the lost sector in question changes. The chest will give you the Rose legendary weapon, which allows you to proceed with the exotic quest. If you’re having trouble finding it, this guide will show you all the Destiny 2 system positioning device chest locations.

Destiny 2 System Positioning Device – Lumina Chest Locations

Shaft 13 EDZ Lumina chest

To get to the chest in Shaft 13, you’ll first have to land at The Sludge. The entrance is south of the landing point. Head inside and follow the corridors until you reach a long hallway with a couple of tires and some wooden pallets. Go through the door on the right, into the room with the yellow generator. You’ll find the chest on the table there. Here’s a video, if that’s more to your liking.

Excavation Site 2 Io system positioning device

Land at Giant’s Scar and head east. Once you’re

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Truth is an exotic weapon in Destiny 2. It’s a rocket launcher that was added in the Season of Opulence. It has the ability to lock on targets when aiming down sights, which makes the rockets follow them. In order to acquire it, you’ll have to complete a quest which involves finishing an ascendant challenge, piecing together a map and beating a specific strike. If you get stuck at any point, our Destiny 2 Truth exotic rocket launcher quest guide will show you the way.

Destiny 2 Truth Exotic Rocket Launcher Quest

How to start Truth exotic quest?

First off, you’ll need to complete a Menagerie run. Once you kill the last boss, you’ll get an item called A Scrap of Paper. It’ll direct you towards Petra Venj, the Dreaming City vendor. Talk to her, and she’ll ask you to loot an Ascendant Chest. This doesn’t refer to one of the invisible platform chests around the Dreaming City, but rather to the chest at the end of an Ascendant Challenge. You’ll need the weekly bounty from Petra, of course.

A Map Asunder – Map Piece Locations

The next step requires you to find and decode four map fragments in order

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Big changes are coming to Destiny 2 in the near future. A new expansion has been announced during a livestream last night, along with cross saving, a launch on Stadia and Steam. One of the changes that was mentioned is the game going partly free to play when Shadowkeep launches. Read on to discover what exactly is going to be included in the deal.

Destiny 2 Going Free to Play in September, At Least Partially

The free to play version of the game is going to be called Destiny 2: New Light, and it’s going to be released on September 17th. According to yesterday’s stream, it’s going to include all Year 1 content. This means that whoever decides to try it out will be getting the base game, along with the Curse of Osiris and Warmind DLCs. Basically, everything up to Forsaken will be freely available.

Ignoring the Curse of Osiris, since it was a piece of crap, this means you’ll get five planets to explore, one hefty story campaign and two smaller ones, as well as access to the Escalation Protocol activity. If you want more, you’ll have to reach for your wallet.

A lot of players think Forsaken

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It is a certainty that June 6th, 2019 will go down as a momentous day for Bungie and the Destiny franchise. Just days after the release of Season of Opulence and their last obligation in their partnership with Activision, Bungie held a livestream where they made several huge announcements, mostly from Luke Smith and Mark Noseworthy. After the initial presentation by them, Destiny community content creator Datto interviewed several members of the development team to get a better grasp of what is in store for the franchise. The stream began with a trailer for the September expansion named Shadowkeep. It

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