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Destiny 2 – Legendary Lost Sector Rotation


Shreyansh Katsura

Updated: Oct 18th, 2022, 12:25

The Legendary Lost Sectors are end-game activities that rotate daily in Destiny 2. Here are the rotations for this week.

Destiny 2 offers a bunch of end-game activities that players can pursue after completing the campaign and seasonal missions. These activities, as one would expect, reward some of the best loot in the game and are essential for that perfect build crafting.

Legendary Lost Sectors are one of those activities that players can complete solo to earn Exotic Armor pieces. These encounters tend to last 20-25 minutes in which players face a swarm of red bar, yellow bar, and champion enemies.

Legendary Lost Sectors in Destiny 2 rotate daily, allowing players to farm for different exotic armor pieces. The reset happens every day at 10 AM PT / 5 PM UTC.  Here are the Legendary Lost Sectors for this week in Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 Legendary Lost Sector Today

Legendary Lost Sector today is Concealed Void in Europa with a possible Exotic Arms Armor gear drop.

Below are the modifiers for today’s Legendary Lost Sector.

  • Champions: Barrier, Overload
  • Burn: Solar
  • Shields: Solar, Void
  • Modifiers: Arach-NO!

Destiny 2 Legendary Lost Sector this week (October 17-23)

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The min. power level for Legendary Lost Sector in Destiny 2 Season of Plunder is 1570. (Picture: Bungie/GINX Esports TV)

The Legendary Lost Sectors in Destiny 2 this week will rotate between Europa, Moon, and Nessus. The minimum power level for Lost Sector at Legendary difficulty in Season of Plunder is 1570, whereas the minimum power level for Lost Sector at Master difficulty is 1600.

Date

Lost Sector

Exotic Armor (Complete Solo)

October 17

Concealed Void (Europa)

Arms

October 18

Bunker E15 (Europa)

Chest

October 19

The Conflux (Nessus)

Head

October 20

The Rift (Nessus)

Legs

October 21

K1 Crew Quarters (Moon)

Arms

October 22

K1 Logistics (Moon)

Chest

October 23

K1 Communion (Moon)

Head

Here are some key Destiny 2 terminologies (also known as modifiers) every player should know before starting a Legendary or Master Lost Sector. 

  • Match Game – Enemy shields are highly resistant to all unmatched elemental damage. For example, if an enemy has a Void shield, it will be extremely resistant to Arc, Solar, and Stasis elemental damage.
  • Burn – 50% damage dealt and received from the given Burn type. For example, if Burn is Solar, players will deal and receive 50% Solar damage.
  • Shields – Players will face combatants with the given Elemental shields. For example, if Shield is Void, they will face combatants with Void Shields. 
  • Champion Foes – Players will face two kinds of Champions. For example, if it says Barrier and Unstoppable Champions, players will have to equip Anti-Barrier and Unstoppable armor mods to defeat them. It is impossible to defeat the champion enemies without the right champion mods or the right exotic gear.
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Complete Legendary Lost Sectors solo to acquire Exotic Armor pieces. (Picture: Bungie/GINX Esports TV)

Equipping the gear that resonates with the modifiers is the key to completing Lost Sectors at Legendary and Master difficulty in Destiny 2. 

That’s everything you need to know about Legendary Lost Sectors in Destiny 2.

For more on the game, check our section dedicated to Destiny 2 news, guides, and features.

Featured image courtesy of Bungie.

Written by Shreyansh Katsura

Shrey’s obsession with analyzing, introspecting, and discussing every minute detail of video games brought him to game journalism. He’s currently a staff writer at GINX Esports TV, where he covers Destiny 2 and Fortnite on a regular basis. When he’s not playing the games he’s writing about, he’s agonizing over his painstakingly long list of JRPGs he can’t find time to finish. You can catch him on Twitter @Shrey2828, flexing his Fortnite’s Victory Royales or talking about this group of phantom thieves he calls his best friends.





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