As of this week's reset, it's now possible to earn Bastion, which is the latest Exotic that has been added to Destiny 2 with Season of Dawn. We've put together a guide to help you earn it, but bear in mind that this is probably the hardest to earn Exotic for the season to date, just because of the sheer amount of time required to get it.
The Corridors of Time quest is proving to be a fruitful quest indeed. On top of being its own complete mystery, an marvellous way to bring Guardians together, there's the beginnings of a new weapon quest, and a brand new lore book to earn from it as well. This lore book is the Pigeon and the Phoenix book, and it's unlocked by steadily working through the Corridors of Time. Of course, no one has time for that, which is why we've put a guide together for every pathway to help you get every lore book entry.
Last week Guardians started a journey to solve one of Destiny 2's most intense quests yet, the Corridors of Time. It was figured out pretty quickly that you could earn an exclusive Emblem, but the actual route to solve the entire quest took almost an entire week, but that isn't because it was deliberately obtuse.
Corridors of Time is currently an unsolved quest in Destiny 2 that is driving Guardians nuts. It's the first truly difficult quest in Season of Dawn, and all the professional streamers who play Destiny 2 are raging that they haven't solved it yet. With that said, we do know how to earn an Emblem from it, Saviour of the Past, so here's our guide for getting that done.
With this week's reset the new Exotic Sidearm Devil's Ruin was finally added to Destiny 2 as part of Season of Dawn. Given that the best weapon in the game right now is a Sidearm, this weapon stands a good chance of being the new best weapon in Destiny 2, so it's worth obtaining just so you can figure out if you like running with it.
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An Impossible Task is probably the most exciting quest in Destiny 2 Season of Dawn, and it's a big one. This is the quest in which you meet Saint-14 for the first time, and you can do it before his official entrance later in the season if you'd like to. To get to him though, you'll need Perfect Paradox, which we actually have a guide for. With that sorted, let's move on.
Season of Dawn has brought a host of new content to Destiny 2, and loads of it requires you to complete a quest or two. Here we're looking at Saint-14's Shotgun, Perfect Paradox, which you'll need if you want to meet the original badass briefly before his major appearance next week. To do any of this you'll need to have completed your first run in The Sundial and have claimed the Lantern of Osiris.
The Sundial is the new six player activity that's been added to Destiny 2 with Season of Dawn. The activity sees Guardians jump through portals in time in an effort to prevent the Cabal from ending Humanity. The activity might be a bit tricky for newcomers, so we've put together a little guide to get you started in your first couple of runs. If you've yet to unlock The Sundial, check out our guide for getting the Lantern of Osiris, it's all in there.
A new season has begun in Destiny 2, Season of Dawn, and with that new season comes a brand new Seasonal Artifact. The Gate Lord's Eye will have vanished from your inventory, so now you need to get your hands on the Lantern of Osiris as fast as possible so that you can start levelling it up throughout the rest of the season, but how do you get it?