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How to complete Destiny 2 Season of the Chosen Week 10 Challenges

The final week of Destiny 2 Season of the Chosen challenges are upon us. Find out what Guardians will need to do in Week Ten.

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The final set of tasks for eager Guardians have arrived in Destiny 2. Season of the Chosen’s Week 10 challenges are the last ones, and it’s standard fare for players.

We have reached the end of the road for Season 13’s Weekly Challenges as the tenth and final week of them is finally here. For nine weeks, Destiny 2 players have had to kill a variety of enemies across various modes as well as many other feats to earn cool rewards. This will be the final test for Guardians.

As usual, if you want to see all the weekly challenges there have been so far, then you can see them all here: Week OneWeek TwoWeek ThreeWeek FourWeek FiveWeek SixWeek Seven, and Week Eight, Week Nine.

Week Ten’s Destiny 2 Season of the Chosen Challenges were leaked early by Reddit user Parisito1234 and they were able to provide the information.

The Week Ten challenges are now live.

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Season of the Chosen Week Ten Challenges

If you ever need to refer back to these challenges whilst you’re playing Destiny 2, you can find the challenges under the Quests selection in the menu.

Here’s the complete list of the Season of the Chosen Week Ten challenges:

  • …The Harder They Fall – Defeat (20) Elite or Boss Cabal in the Proving Grounds strike 
  • Explosive Conclusions – Use a Rocket Launcher or grenades to defeat combatants anywhere in the system. Bonus progress for rapidly defeating them and for defeating Cabal 
  • Lenses in Focus – Go to the Prismatic Recaster and discover how to unlock (15) more lenses 
  • In Your Element – Defeat (80) Guardians in the Iron Banner with Elemental takedowns. Earn bonus progress for Stasis takedowns 
  • Warrior from Beyond – In strikes, defeat combatants with elemental final blows. Earn bonus progress by defeating combatants with Stasis 
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Time is definitely of the essence now. Make sure you get all the challenges done, and don’t miss out on the XP or rewards for doing so.

The challenges are all retroactive and will be available throughout the season’s duration. Also, find out how to get your hands on the Dead Man’s Tale Exotic Rifle and Bell of Conquests Seasonal Artifact in Destiny 2.

That’s all for this week’s Destiny 2 Season of the Chosen Seasonal Challenges. Stay tuned for more information as Season of the Chosen draws to a close, and we get new details on Destiny 2 Season 14.

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How to find Synthstrand, Synthcord, and Synthweave in Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer

Guardians will need to know how to find Synthstrand, Synthcord, and Synthweave to use the new Armor Synthesis feature in Destiny 2.

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The new Armor Synthesis feature in Destiny 2 is one of the most exciting additions to the game thanks to Season of the Splicer, but players will need to find Synthstrand, Synthcord, and Synthweave to use this feature to its full potential.

Season of the Splicer has officially arrived in Destiny 2. It has brought various new things for players to experience, such as various new exotics like the Cryosthesia 77k and a new Override activity.

One of the most discussed additions with the arrival of Season of the Splicer has been the Armor Synthesis feature, the Destiny 2 version of transmog from other games that allows you to change the gear’s appearance while keeping all of its stats and abilities.

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However, Guardians will need to know how to find the new items of Synthstrand, Synthcord, and Synthweave to use the new Season of the Splicer Armor Synthesis feature in Destiny 2.

How to find Synthstrand in Destiny 2

The first step of the Armor Synthesis process is to find and use Synthstrand, which can be started once you have unlocked the Armor Synthesis process.

Synthstrand will drop from random enemies in the game once you eliminate them, so you can find this material by just playing the game and taking out enemies.

How to find Synthcord in Destiny 2

Once you have acquired the Synthstrand, make your way to Ada-1 and turn it into her to get various bounties. You will then need to complete these bounties to find Synthcord.

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How to find Synthweave in Destiny 2

Now, when it comes to Synthweave, players will need to take the Synthcord they got from completing the bounties from Ada-1 and take it to the new Loom found in the Tower.

This Loom is where you will transform the Synthcord into Synthweave. Guardians can then take this Synthweave and use it in the Armor Synthesis process to change the appearance of their armor.

There is no doubt that the process to find the Destiny 2 Synthstrand, Synthcord, and Synthweave materials is somewhat of a grind and will make players absolutely sure when choosing what armor they will be changing the appearance of through the new Season of the Splicer feature.

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How to obtain Hung Jury Legendary in Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer

One of Destiny’s original weapons has returned in Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer, and here’s how to get the Legendary Hung Jury Scout Rifle.

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Following the recent trend of unvaulting older content for Destiny 2, the Hung Jury Legendary Scout Rifle is the latest weapon that Bungie has brought back. Find out how you can own your own version of this dominating gun in Season of the Splicer.

Destiny 2 has provided long-time fans with a nice nostalgia trip by bringing back various elements of yesteryear. In Beyond Light alone, we’ve seen the re-emergence of the Hawkmoon Exotic Handcannon, and in Season of the Splicer, Guardians will get to venture inside the Vault of Glass again.

In addition to this, Bungie has also brought back the Legendary Hung Jury Scout Rifle, and our complete guide will assist you in your quest to add it to your collection in Destiny 2.

Hung Jury Legendary Scout Rifle in Season of the Splicer

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As far as we know, like some other Destiny weapons, you can only obtain the Hung Jury Scout Rifle via a random drop.

It seems to be completely up to the RNG gods, and we’ll explain your best chances of landing one.

Play Nightfall: The Ordeal to drop Hung Jury

As with anything else in Destiny 2, the game will reward players who are taking on the best that the game has to offer. If you want to increase the likelihood of securing a rare Hung Jury drop, then you’ve got to be playing under difficult circumstances.

The Nightfall: The Ordeal strike is the perfect way to do that thanks to its myriad of Champions and other high-level, tougher enemies that you can modify.

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You’ll need to set the conditions to be brutal, survive, and hope that your final reward chest contains a Hung Jury Legendary Scout Rifle drop. If not, it’s a case of rinse and repeat until you manage to land one.

Also, replaying Nightfall is a great way to level up and reach Season of the Splicer’s Max Power Cap Level.

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How to complete Override in Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer

Here’s a complete guide on how you can play and finish Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer’s brand new activity, Override: Europa.

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Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer has added plenty of new content for Guardians to sink their teeth into, including the new Override activity, so here’s how to complete it and defeat the Vex boss.

The latest Season of Bungie’s free-to-play action MMO, Destiny 2, is here and brings a ton of content to explore. Not only has the classic Vault of Glass Raid returned, but there are also new exotic weapons to do battle with, and a fresh Battle Pass to grind out.

Alongside this new content comes a new mode, Override, in which six Guardians are tasked with infiltrating the Vex network and bringing it down. The new mode can be quite tough, so here’s everything you need to know about the first Override activity – Europa.

How to compete Override: Europa in Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer

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Override: Europa will require six-person teams, so you can either queue in with other players or take your full squad in with you. The recommended power level is 1300, so you’ll need to put in some work to get there, but once you have, it’s time to get stuck into Destiny 2’s new activity.

Launch Override: Europa

To begin Europa, you’ll need to head to the left-hand side of the H.E.L.M area. From this location, you can launch Override as many times as you like. It’s also worth repeating, as it comes with its own set of Weekly Challenges.

Kill Vex and deposit Data Motes

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Once you’ve loaded into Europa, you’ll need to Splice the Vex Terminal, which the game will guide you to. After that, you have three minutes to take down as many Vex as you can and pick up the dropped Data Motes.

Once the doorway into the network opens up, head on through and take out the Champion for a big pile of Motes that will fill up a large chunk of the progress bar. Once enough Data Motes have been deposited, this objective will be complete.

Override the Terminal

Once the terminal has been overloaded with Data Motes, you’ll need to hack the terminal. Glowing cubes will appear around the terminal, so destroy them and platforms will appear. Climb on these platforms to hack the terminal.

You’ll need to compete the above steps three times.

Defeat the Subjugated Mind Vex boss

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Once you’ve successfully overridden the Terminal three times, you’ll be tasked with taking down the Subjugated Mind Vex boss. On the way to him, you’ll need to do some platforming, dodging lasers in a Tron-like area.

Once you’ve navigated through this area, you’ll reach the Subjugated Mind boss. With a massive hitbox, he’s relatively simple to take out but make sure to keep your distance and be mindful of the additional enemies, or “Adds.”

For every third of his health you take away, he’ll become immune to damage. To fix this, destroy the floating cubes, as they provide him with his shield. You can also pick up a Data Spike dropped by the Scytale Add and deposit it in a terminal to further weaken the Subjugated Mind.

Once he’s defeated, you’ve completed Override: Europa! If you’ve powered up your Splicer Gauntlet, you’ll be able to open a special chest for a reward.


If you’re looking to Transmog in Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer, you can also check out our Armor Synthesis guide.

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