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What order should you play Destiny 2 raids?

Working out what order you should play the Destiny 2 raids can be tough for newcomers. There are a lot to play through, and if you want to experience them in the order they were originally available, there’s no in-game way to tell.


Destiny 2 raid order

Destiny 2 has got almost double the number of raids as the original Destiny. While some of these raids are smaller in comparison (and called Raid Lairs to differentiate them), they are still just as challenging as the larger encounters. For those wondering what’s left the Destiny 2 experience or the order in which they should be played, below is the order that these raids were released. You can click the below raids to be taken to an overview.

  1. Leviathan
  2. Eater of Worlds
  3. Spire of Stars
  4. Last Wish
  5. Scourge of the Past
  6. Crown of Sorrow
  7. Garden of Salvation
  8. Deep Stone Crypt
  9. Vault of Glass

Unfortunately, some of the raids have been removed from the game and placed into the Destiny 2 Content Vault. They may return in the future, but for now, they are unavailable.


Leviathan

leviathan raid destiny 2

Leviathan was the first raid in Destiny 2 and was officially available on September 13, , one week after the game released on console. Players would need to hit Power to play the raid, which took place on the planet-eating ship of Emperor Calus, an exiled Cabal leader that found a liking for Guardians.

The raid consisted of four encounters, the Pleasure Gardens, Royal Pools, The Gauntlet, and the final fight against Emperor Calus.

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Eater of Worlds

Eater of Worlds raid Destiny 2

The Eater of Worlds raid was introduced with the Curse of Osiris DLC on December 8, This raid took place inside the Leviathan ship and was one of the first raid lairs in Destiny 2. As such, this raid was a bit shorter than other raids but just as challenging. Eater of Worlds had players return to the Leviathan to help Emperor Calus treat the Leviathan’s tummy ache (read: a big Vex Mind was stuck in the bowels).

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Spire of Stars

Spire of Stars raid Destiny 2

Spire of Stars was the second raid lair released and was added with the Warmind DLC. The raid unlocked on May 11, , and took players once more to the Leviathan to help Emperor Calus eject another Cabal leader.

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Last Wish

Last Wish raid Destiny 2

The Last Wish raid was a turning point for a lot of players when it was added with Forsaken on September 14, This was a brutally difficult raid, with many veteran players struggling for days to try and complete it. Players were taken to the Dreaming City in the hopes of slaying an Ahamkara, a mythical wish-dragon kept captive by the Awoken Queen.

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Scourge of the Past

Scourge of the Past raid Destiny 2

Destiny 2 shifted gears with Scourge of the Past, as it was the first raid released alongside the new seasonal model. Scourge of the Past officially unlocked on December 7, , and took players to Earth to fight against a sect of the Fallen looking for loot (can’t blame ‘em).

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Crown of Sorrow

Crown of Sorrow raid Destiny 2

Crown of Sorrow was the sixth raid added to Destiny 2 with the Season of Opulence. This raid unlocked on June 4th, , and was the first raid to ever require players finish a quest before accessing it. Players would once again visit the Leviathan to help Emperor Calus throw out one of his Shadows – a powerful Cabal called Gahlran who had been compromised by Savathun.

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Garden of Salvation

Garden of Salvation raid Destiny 2

Garden of Salvation was added to Destiny 2 with the Shadowkeep expansion. Players could begin playing the raid on October 5, The main goal of this raid is to venture once more into the Black Garden to defeat a massive Vex Mind that is communing with the Darkness.

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Deep Stone Crypt

Deep Stone Crypt raid Destiny 2

Deep Stone Crypt was added to Destiny 2 with Beyond Light. Players that wanted to take a shot at world's first could jump in and attempt it on November 21, The goal of this raid was to fight into the Deep Stone Crypt and put an end to Fallen shenanigans. 

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Vault of Glass

The Vault of Glass has returned to Destiny with Season of the Splicer. This raid was first released in the original Destiny and has since made its way into Destiny 2. While there are some slight changes, the majority of the experience remains unchanged. The Vault of Glass was first released in Destiny 2 on May 22,

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As Destiny 2 continues to evolve, new raids will be added and old raids retired. For those that want to play through the Destiny 2 raids in order, you will need to start with the earliest raid available when you start playing. Take a moment to look over the Shacknews Destiny 2 guide for a vast collection of tips and walkthroughs.

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Bungie’s plan to keep Destiny 2 raids fresh is a mix of old and new

In addition to revealing that Destiny 2 players will get a new raid or dungeon every three months starting this December, Bungie recently announced that the legacy raid rotation will return. During its Destiny Showcase last week, the studio talked about the importance of that aspirational, pinnacle content for players. Convincing Destiny’s hardcore players to get together each week is a major priority, according to game director Joe Blackburn and general manager Justin Truman. Those incentives will take the form of the legacy raid rotation and yet another remastered raid from the original Destiny.

“We’re trying to create a situation where our back catalogue of raids and experiences that people love and want to play feel like they get their time in the sun,” said Blackburn. “[But we don’t want it to] feel like, ‘hey, every raid and every dungeon is always on all the time.’ And then your Destiny chore list when you log in for your three characters is ‘Oh my god, how many? How many pinnacle [gear] sources are there for me to grind every week?”

Destiny 2 currently has four raids: Last Wish, Garden of Salvation, Deep Stone Crypt, and Vault of Glass. Only the most recent — the reprised Vault of Glass raid — drops gear at a high enough gear score to level players up. Bungie wants to have a system where both the most recent dungeon and raid will drop high-powered gear, alongside an older, rotating raid that also drops high-powered gear.

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In the legacy raid rotation during Destiny’s Age of Triumph event, players could take on the hardest version of the raids and complete challenges. The weekly challenges offered special, Exotic versions of iconic raid weapons, or armor with upgradable cosmetics. We asked Blackburn if players should expect something similar with the legacy rotation return, in addition to the powerful gear players will get to help them level up.

“There’s a lot here that we’re probably excited to talk about more in the future as it gets hardened up. But we are, yeah, you’ve outlined a bunch of cool ways for this to expand,” said Blackburn. Without wanting to give too much away — especially for a system that doesn’t seem completely defined yet internally — it seems players should expect a similar system to the original game. And while not confirmed, glowy raid armor and supped-up versions of raid weapons could potentially return.

In terms of which classic raid might return to Destiny in Year 5 — similar to Vault of Glass’ resurrection earlier this year — Blackburn and Truman were fairly tight-lipped, for good reason. “The big lift for us is just getting to a place where we can reliably deliver a raid or a dungeon every three months,” said Truman. “We’ve been bulking up that team to make sure we’re ready to do that. And we want to give ourselves a little flexibility to see how to attack that when we pull open the door of the content vault and peer inside.”

This suggests that Bungie itself may not be sure which classic raid will hit Destiny 2 sometime next year. In an interview with PC Gamer, Blackburn said, “We want to bring back a banger. So it’s really about the complexity of bringing the raids from D1 to D2. I think by saying it will be one of the big raids, that takes one out of the equation.” The raid Blackburn is likely referencing there is Crota’s End.

Image: Bungie

That leaves King’s Fall from The Taken King and Wrath of the Machine from Rise of Iron. With so much Hive-like stuff coming into The Witch Queen expansion, Bungie may already have some Dreadnaught-like assets to re-build King’s Fall.

But Wrath of the Machine also takes place in the Plaguelands, which uses many of the same assets from the Cosmodrome, which is already in Destiny 2. Combined with the snow featured throughout Wrath of the Machine, there are compelling arguments for both. And, of course, there are more challenges involved in porting a raid than just in-game art assets.

Still, as we pointed out in the original announce post, Truman wore a Taken King shirt during the Destiny Showcase. And Joe Blackburn’s own Twitter handle, Joegoroth, is likely a reference to the Golgoroth boss fight in King’s Fall. When you put all of that together with Savathun being Oryx’s sister, we’d bet on King’s Fall coming to Destiny 2 next year.

Regardless of which original Destiny classic comes back, it’ll slot nicely into the upcoming legacy raid rotation alongside the brand-new raid coming in The Witch Queen.

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Raid is a game mode of Destiny. Raids are 6-player cooperative assassination missions that are of high challenge, and require communication between players to succeed.[1] They involve specific quests for groups of fireteams.[2] No waypoints or explicit objectives are provided.[3] Raids typically involve epic, climactic encounters against various bosses, culminating in intense final battles against legendary bosses across the Destiny series.

Overview[edit]

Raids differ from Strikes in a few ways:

  • 6 player fireteams, as opposed to 3.
  • No matchmaking. A player must form a fireteam beforehand or search on an LFG (Looking For Group) site.
    • In Destiny 2 the new Guided Games feature allowed solo-players to seek out Clan members to play within end-game activities such as raids. This feature was removed on November 3rd, , coinciding with the launch of Beyond Light.
  • Raid enemies will have abilities not found elsewhere in the game (i.e. unique enemies, debuffs, etc).
  • Strikes last roughly ten to fifteen minutes, whereas raids can take up to several hours, usually only if players are new to the raid or during the initial few days following the release of a new Raid.
  • Raids have no objective markers. A player must find out where to go and what to do by themselves.[4]
  • Raids can be dropped and picked up at a later time in the week. Players don't have to finish them in one sitting, but they do have to finish it before their checkpoint expires every Tuesday, relative to your timezone (10AM PDT).[5]
  • Players will have the opportunity to acquire gear and weapons specific to a raid once an encounter is complete. The gear that drops from the raids will often have perks specific to that raid and are intended to make the raids easier if a player chooses to equip a piece of armor or a weapon from that specific raid, although they are not bound to that activity.[6]

Difficulty[edit]

Two difficulty levels exist for raids: normal, and hard (Prestige). The normal mode must be completed before the harder ones can be attempted. This means that players who have completed the normal difficulty cannot take players through the hard mode even if they are the fireteam leader. The normal mode is designed to teach players raid mechanics, and how to operate as a team. The hard mode provides tougher enemies, additional objectives and a harsher death penalty.[3]

  • Normal Mode: Players need to wait 30 seconds before a teammate can revive them. Each encounter has easier objectives and enemies are easier to kill. Weapons and armor dropped from normal mode raids drop at a lower Light cap than hard mode raids.
  • Hard Mode: Players cannot be revived at all during an encounter (with the exception of self-reviving Sunsingers) but will automatically respawn if the fireteam progresses to the next checkpoint. Also, more difficult obstacles are included, such as additional objectives, harder-to-kill enemies, etc. The Light cap for items dropped in the hard mode is higher than the normal mode, and some weapons and armor pieces may drop that are exclusive to the hard mode, such as the 'Harrowed' armor and weapons from King's Fall and the Spliced armor from Wrath of the Machine.
    • In Destiny 2, the Hard Mode has been renamed as the Prestige Mode, and is not available for some newer raids.

Raid Lairs[edit]

Raid Lairs are a Raid activity that debuted in Curse of Osiris. Like Raids, Raid Lairs are six-player activities that feature puzzles, challenging bosses, and exclusive loot, as well as Normal and Prestige difficulty options. Where Raid Lairs differ is their length: they are designed to be shorter encounters than full Raids: Eater of Worlds is approximately the same length as Crota's End, while Spire of Stars is slightly longer.

Fireteams and Checkpoints[edit]

Players need to assemble their fireteam before entering the raid. The Fireteam leader is the one that the raid checkpoints is tied to, so whoever was the fireteam leader in the last session needs to initiate a new session in order to resume at that same checkpoint, otherwise the team may have to start fresh or at a checkpoint that differs from the one they last left at.

There is a checkpoint for every boss killed, allowing players to return to the raid on other days, within a week (see lockout below). Players should agree upon how much progress they will make in each session if they don't plan on completing the raid in one session.

Lockout[edit]

Unlike all other activities, the Raid game mode employs a weekly lockout for earning loot. This means two things:

  1. Players have until the next Tuesday to complete the raid, otherwise their progress will be wiped and they have to start over.
  2. Players cannot earn new loot from the raid more than once a week per character. Separate characters on the same account can each play the raid and still get loot; this means an individual player can earn loot from a raid (including chests) for a maximum of three times (for three characters) per weekly lockout.[7]

Rewards[edit]

Completing a raid rewards players with items not found elsewhere in the game. For example, Ascendant upgrade materials are common in chests, used to upgrade Legendary equipment. Some chests also have a chance to have an exotic weapon. Each boss fight also rewards a raid-specific legendary weapon or piece of armor. Completing the raid on hard mode will yield the best rewards, such as an exotic weapon not found elsewhere, such as the Vex Mythoclast from the Vault of Glass or the One Thousand Voices from Last Wish. Aesthetic items such as shaders, emblems, ships and Sparrows are also given.

Content Vaulting in Destiny 2[edit]

When Beyond Light was revealed, it was stated that many destinations were going to be 'vaulted' as part of the Destiny Content Vault, or DCV. This included all raids other than Last Wish and Garden of Salvation.[8] When Bungie Day and Moments of Truimph came around, the weekly raid reward lockouts were removed for the soon-to-be-vaulted raids, and players could farm as much as they wanted. The armor from these raids were given the Season of Arrivals max infusion cap, and so were the weapons and armor from Garden of Salvation and Last Wish.[9] Raids that are vaulted in the future will likely receive a similar treatment.

List of Raids[edit]

Destiny[edit]

RaidLight LevelLocationExpansionEnemy RacesBosses
Vault of GlassIshtar Sink, VenusBase GameVexThe Templar;
The Gorgons;
Atheon, Time's Conflux
Crota's EndOcean of Storms, MoonThe Dark BelowHiveIr Yût, the Deathsinger;
Crota, Son of Oryx
King's FallDreadnaught, SaturnThe Taken KingHive, TakenWarpriest;
Golgoroth;
Ir Halak, Deathsinger;
Ir Anûk, Deathsinger;
Oryx, the Taken King
Wrath of the MachinePlaguelands, EarthRise of IronFallenVosik, the Archpriest;
Siege Engine;
Aksis, Archon Prime

Destiny 2[edit]

RaidPower LevelLocationExpansionEnemy RacesBosses
LeviathanThe Leviathan, Nessus OrbitBase GameCabalRoyal Beasts;
Emperor Calus
Last WishDreaming City, The ReefForsakenTakenKalli, the Corrupted
Shuro Chi, the Corrupted
Morgeth, the Spirekeeper
Riven of a Thousand Voices
Scourge of the PastThe Last City, EarthBlack Armory (Forsaken)FallenAblazed Glory, Kell's Scourge
Insurrection Prime, Kell's Scourge
Crown of SorrowThe Leviathan, Nessus OrbitPenumbra (Forsaken)HiveGahlran's Deception
Gahlran, the Sorrow-Bearer
Garden of SalvationThe Black Garden, MoonShadowkeepVexConsecrated Mind, Sol Inherent;
Sanctified Mind, Sol Inherent
Deep Stone CryptRathmore Chaos, EuropaBeyond LightFallenCrypt Security
Atraks-1, Fallen Exo
Taniks, the Abomination
Vault of GlassIshtar Sink, VenusSeason of the Splicer (Beyond Light)VexThe Templar
Atheon, Time's Conflux
UnknownUnknownUnknownThe Witch QueenUnknownUnknown

Destiny 2 Raid Lairs[edit]

List of appearances[edit]

References[edit]

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Destiny: King's Fall Raid ::Full Gameplay:: No Commentary

Vault of Glass Master


Global

Completions: 69,

Avg Full Run: 1h 28m

Avg Boss Phase: Unknown

October 19 - October 26

Completions:

Avg Full Run: 1h 30m

Avg Boss Phase: Unknown

Vault of Glass


Global

Completions: 2,,

Avg Full Run: 1h 08m

Avg Boss Phase: Unknown

October 19 - October 26

Completions: 44,

Avg Full Run: 44m 45s

Avg Boss Phase: Unknown

Deep Stone Crypt


Global

Completions: 3,,

Avg Full Run: 1h 11m

Avg Boss Phase: Unknown

October 19 - October 26

Completions: 4,

Avg Full Run: 52m 26s

Avg Boss Phase: Unknown

Garden of Salvation


Global

Completions: 1,,

Avg Full Run: 1h 45m

Avg Boss Phase: 1h 23m

October 19 - October 26

Completions: 1,

Avg Full Run: 1h 30m

Avg Boss Phase: Unknown

Crown of Sorrow


Global

Completions: 1,,

Avg Full Run: 1h 14m

Avg Boss Phase: 38m 01s

Scourge of the Past


Global

Completions: 2,,

Avg Full Run: 1h 04m

Avg Boss Phase: 29m 45s

Last Wish


Global

Completions: 2,,

Avg Full Run: 1h 23m

Avg Boss Phase: 19m 36s

October 19 - October 26

Completions: 5,

Avg Full Run: 43m 48s

Avg Boss Phase: Unknown

Spire of Stars Prestige


Global

Completions: ,

Avg Full Run: 1h 30m

Avg Boss Phase: 1h 01m

Eater of Worlds Prestige


Global

Completions: ,

Avg Full Run: 1h 13m

Avg Boss Phase: 48m 24s

Spire of Stars


Global

Completions: ,

Avg Full Run: 1h 30m

Avg Boss Phase: 55m 22s

Eater of Worlds


Global

Completions: 1,,

Avg Full Run: 1h 11m

Avg Boss Phase: 42m 13s

Leviathan Prestige


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Completions: ,

Avg Full Run: 1h 50m

Avg Boss Phase: 59m 56s

Leviathan


Global

Completions: 3,,

Avg Full Run: 1h 53m

Avg Boss Phase: 1h 09m

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How Destiny 2&#;s Legacy Raid Rotation System Will Work

Bungie is updating Destiny 2's raids system with a rotating legacy playlist, rewarding players Powerful gear for completing both D1 and D2 raids.

Beginning in December, Destiny 2 will receive a new dungeon or raid every three months. The game currently features four raids: Vault of Glass, Deep Stone Crypt, Garden of Salvation, and The Last Wish. Bungie vaulted several with the launch of Beyond Light, alongside a good portion of Destiny 2's other content. The developer now plans to create a legacy raid playlist that will provide Powerful rewards from Destiny raids other than the most current one.

Following the addition of Destiny's Vault of Glass raid to D2, three D1 raids are still unavailable: Crota's End, King's Fall, and Wrath of the Machine. Two of these take place in areas currently available in Destiny 2, with King's Fall on the Hive Dreadnaught and Wrath of the Machine in the Cosmodrome's Plaguelands. Besides being the second raid introduced to D1 after Vault of Glass, Crota's End's setting on the Moon, which is already in D2, makes it seem like the most likely next reprised raid, but Bungie also directly hinted Crota's End won't be the choice.

Related: Destiny 2: Every New Weapon In Season Of The Lost

In an interview with Polygon, Bungie said its reasoning for bringing back the legacy raid playlist is to reduce the feeling of Pinnacle activities as chores and to keep old raids feeling fresh. Currently, only the most recent Destiny 2 raid rewards Powerful gear. Rather than bringing them all back at once, overwhelming players, the legacy rotation will make sure there's always a new raid to play each week. The most recent dungeon and raid will still offer Powerful rewards as well, but the rotation will keep content from being overplayed and diversify the equipment players can use to level up.

Bungie Could Rework Destiny 1's Age Of Triumph Event In Destiny 2

Destiny has implemented legacy raid rotation before, during D1's Age of Triumph event. The active raid would change weekly, rewarding players handsomely for completing its highest difficulty. This playlist also featured challenge modes that introduced time constraints and extra boss mechanics to generate additional rewards. Destiny's Age of Triumph raids featured Exotic versions of classic raid weapons, fancy redesigns of raid armor, and mechanics for ensuring unique loot drops. Polygon's interview with Bungie suggests a similar system could return.

Though Bungie has not confirmed which raids will be returning, the promise of regular dungeon and raid releases could be a welcome relief to PvE players. The introduction of Stasis and current imbalances of Destiny 2's PvP have left a portion of the player base without enjoyable methods to raise their gear levels. Destiny 2 instead often devolves into grinding a repetitive loop of the same activities over and over. Bungie's new system could prevent players from being burnt out.

Next: How Destiny 2 Could Bring Cayde-6 Back From The Dead

Source: Polygon

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