Week Four challenges are here for Destiny 2’s Season of the Chosen. It’s another brand new series of tasks, and as usual, we have the complete list and how you can do them.
Bungie’s epic sci-fi shooter delivers another checklist of objectives for seasoned players to overcome, rewarding XP and goodies in the process.
All of the previous week’s challenges will be active until the season concludes, and you can see Week One, Week Two, and Week Three‘s here. Week Four’s tasks will be familiar to players with many being the same as previous weeks, such as collecting Kabal Gold, another Challenger’s Proving Quest, and more.
This week’s Destiny 2 Season of the Chosen Challenges have been leaked, and Reddit user Parisito1234 has been able to provide the information. They will go live on Tuesday.
Season of the Chosen Week Four 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 Four challenges:
- Contender’s Ascent IV – Complete the “Challenger’s Proving IV” quest, defeat 50 Cabal using sniper rifles
- Golden Reaper – Acquire (400) Cabal Gold
- Intruder Alert – Don’t allow opponents to interrupt Ghost (2) in Battlegrounds missions
- Explosive Entrance – Defeat (10) Champions and get (45) grenade takedowns in Battlegrounds
- Contender’s Delve – Complete a Lost Sector on Legend or higher
- Challenger’s Cipher – Decrypt (5) Prime Engrams
- Sling the Stone… – Stagger, pierce, or disrupt (30) Champions
- High-Value Hunter – Defeat (75) powerful combatants in Gambit. Earn bonus progress for defeating high-value targets
- Cadre of Contenders – Complete (15) Crucible matches in the Competitive playlist
- Vanguard Chosen – Complete any (3) Nightfall: The Ordeal strike on Hero difficulty or higher
Just to reiterate, even though these represent this week’s challenges, there is no major rush to get these done.
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. We’ll have the info on Week Five’s challenges next week and see what Bungie has in store for us.
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Destiny 2 Hotfix 18.104.22.168: Update & patch notes
Bungie has released a new 22.214.171.124 Hotfix for Destiny 2 that should improve various aspects of the game in Season of the Lost.
We’re not too far into Bungie’s latest Destiny 2 chapter, Season of the Lost, and they have released a chunky Hotfix to improve it. Here are the full details of the 126.96.36.199 Hotfix for Destiny 2.
Destiny 2 Season 15’s Season of the Lost is quite a monumental step forward for the game in many ways. The long-awaited The Witch Queen expansion is just around the corner, with Season of the Lost setting players up for it, and Destiny 2 finally has crossplay.
But the progress doesn’t stop there though, as Bungie is always doing its utmost to ensure that Destiny 2 is free of bugs and problems. This is why the new 188.8.131.52 Hotfix looks to improve things by addressing some lingering issues and make some quality of life changes.
The update is available now, and here is the full extent of the Destiny 2 Season of the Lost 184.108.40.206 update and patch notes.
GAMEPLAY AND INVESTMENT
- Fixed an issue where Precious Scars was not correctly restoring player shields on matching weapon kills.
- Fixed an issue where Prometheum Spurs would not consistently spawn combination rifts on kills while rift energy is full.
- Fixed an issue where Dawn Chorus no longer extended burn damage.
- The issues regarding Wormgod Caress and Radiant Dance Machines have been resolved and these armor pieces have been re-enabled in all activities.
- Increased the effect of both the impact and detonation of Explosive Light on Rocket Launchers to now increase damage by 25%.
- Fixed an issue where Danger Zone was not functioning correctly on Rocket Launchers.
- Increase the cooldown of Shoot to Loot to four seconds.
- This is a temporary measure to prevent shooting a brick that can’t be picked up to trigger the auto-reload.
- Fixed an issue where ammo picked up by players could be quickly shot with Shoot to Loot to get additional ammo.
- Fixed an issue where an interaction between Hawkmoon and Hand Cannon Holster allowed for repeated Paracausal shots.
- Fixed an issue with Ager’s Scepter where a player’s Super wouldn’t drain while in empowered mode.
- Fixed issue where a gilding Triumph could be completed before the base title Seal was claimed.
- Fixed issue where the Wyvern precision kill objective wasn’t progressing as intended.
- Fixed an issue where strike streaks were not rewarded after completing a strike if the player joined a strike in-progress or if the player was pulled forward.
- Players should no longer be able to apply Chill Touch to themselves or allies in strikes.
- Players should once again not be able to reset their reputation if they have not picked up all rank reward items.
- A quality-of-life improvement for rank resetting is coming later in Season 15.
- Players can no longer be stuck after encountering In’Anah for the first time.
- The Fanatic can no longer become stuck in the corner.
- The Spider Tank can no longer be killed early.
Master and Legend Lost Sectors
- Burns, shields, and Champions listed on the tooltip for Luna Lost Sectors should once again reflect what players find in-game.
PLATFORMS AND SYSTEMS
- Fixed an issue where selecting the Beyond Light Deluxe Edition upgrade from the Timeline took players to the full Deluxe Edition page instead of the upgrade page on the Steam store.
- Fixed an issue where Windows 7 users were unable to launch the game due to some incompatible *.dll files.
- Fixed an issue with Japanese translations of a few lore entries.
- Fixed an issue where several languages did not have a description for the Seasonal artifact.
- Fixed an issue where the Xunyou offer was not rewarding the correct items.
- Fixed an issue where the Warlock’s Nova Warp wouldn’t Blink if Hold Sprint was active.
- Fixed an issue where the barriers surrounding the Scorch Cannons in the Fallen Walker public event repelled anything that came near them.
- Increased the score target for Iron Banner Control from 125 to 150 (matching base Control).
- Adjusted the Iron Banner Mercy thresholds to reduce the number of games that end shortly before they reach the score target.
There are clearly plenty of improvements headed to Destiny 2 Season of the Lost, so it should make for a cleaner experience going forward.
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How to get Ager’s Scepter in Destiny 2: Hollow Coronation guide
The Ager’s Scepter Exotic trace rifle is available in Destiny 2 Season of the Lost, and here is how you can get your hands on it.
Destiny 2’s Season of the Lost has added a new Exotic Weapon called Ager’s Scepter, and here’s everything you need to know about it, including how to unlock it.
Ager’s Scepter is an Exotic Weapon that was featured prominently in the Season 15 reveal trailer, and you can now unlock it in the game. This guide will help you get your hands on this Exotic trace rifle.
How to unlock Ager’s Scepter in Destiny 2
Getting this Destiny 2 weapon isn’t going to be easy, since you’ll need to complete a few quests first. First, you need to get through the intro quest to Season 15, Wayfinder’s Voyage.
This requires you to find Osiris before you work with Mara Sov and Petra Venj. You’ll have to do a lot of traveling through the H.E.L.M, as well as to Trostland, the Shattered Realm, and The Tower.
After you’ve spoken with Ikora Rey and completed the quest, you can accept Tracing the Stars from the Wayfinder’s Compass in the H.E.L.M.
How to complete Tracing the Stars in Destiny 2
These weekly quests require you to collect objects known as Skews from different parts of the Dreaming City. These can be particularly tricky to find as they are spread out all over the city.
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Here’s a breakdown of each week’s quest:
- Week One: Divalian Mists/Spine of Keres
- Week Two: The Strand/Aphelion’s Rest
- Week Three: Rheasilvia/Harbinger’s Seclude
- Week Four: Confluence/Harbinger/Gardens of Esila
How to complete A Hollow Coronation in Destiny 2
A Hollow Coronation is much easier to complete than the previous quest. This tasks you with depositing the Astral Skews that you collected while completing Tracing the Stars.
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Here’s what you need to do:
- Head back to the H.E.L.M
- Travel through the same gate that you previously used to get to Mara Sov’s chambers
- Once you arrive at Caliburn Gatehouse, deposit the Astral Skews
- Head back through the portal to collect your reward at the Wayfinder’s Compass.
In order to collect the Scepter, you’ll also have to complete some Astral Alignments, Strikes, and get Mara Sov to craft a Noble Seal for you. Once that’s done, you can finally claim Ager’s Scepter.
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How to claim Destiny 2 Prime Gaming rewards
Make sure you’re not missing out any free goodies by knowing how to claim free Prime Gaming rewards in Destiny 2 which will help you build an arsenal.
You could be depriving yourself of some incredible Exotic and Legendary gear in Destiny 2. See if you’re missing out on potentially a year’s worth of amazing stuff by learning how to claim your free Prime Gaming rewards in Destiny 2.
If you didn’t already know, Destiny 2 is all the rage now, thanks to the launch of Season of the Lost and the upcoming arrival of the highly anticipated Witch Queen expansion.
There is always new loot floating around in the world of Destiny 2, with one of the most consistent ways for players to get new items is by claiming all of the Destiny 2 Prime Gaming rewards that are available.
However, players will need to make sure they have everything they need to be eligible to claim the Destiny 2 Prime Gaming rewards, so here is all of the information you need to know.
How to get Destiny 2 Prime Gaming rewards
As is the case with 99% of things nowadays, one brand has content that only subscribed members can have access to. This is the case with Destiny 2 and its partnership with Amazon Prime.
So to gain access to a whole year of freebies – you will need an Amazon Prime Subscription.
Despite a name change – from Twitch Prime to Prime Gaming – the service offers more free rewards than ever. Amazon is clearly moving with the times, and by offering these great rewards, they can hope to attract even more users to their service.
Owners of Destiny 2 with Amazon Prime can look forward to four free items a month for the whole year. The good news is that your first drop already awaits you.
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In it, you will receive a Sparrow, Ghost Shell, ship, and an emote. This is not bad for a first drop, and with a whole year of content ahead, you can expect to see weapons, skins, ornaments, and more.
Here’s how you can claim your free Destiny 2 Prime Gaming Rewards:
- Select your platform and link your Bungie and Amazon Prime accounts
- Startup Destiny 2
- Go to the Tower’s hangar and visit Amanda Holliday
- Collect your gear
What if your Amazon Prime Membership runs out, but you still want to keep playing Destiny 2? Then don’t worry, as you’ll still get to keep any items you’ve obtained from Prime Gaming.
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So what are you waiting for? You know how to claim free your free Destiny 2 Prime Gaming rewards, so go and do it!
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