Aklane Dust, Hive Knights, Fallen enemy locations explained • Eurogamer.net

Published 20/09/2017

Destiny 2’s Titan is one of four planets you will visit and explore to take on a number of Titan activities and daily Titan challenges.

The second planet you visit in Destiny 2, you visit this fairly early on in the story, at the start of the campaign mission, Hope. You are first sent to visit the planet alone, where you’re tasked with clearing out some troublesome Hive enemies. Once you’re done with that introductory mission, you’ll be able to talk to the planet’s overseer, Sloane, and explore the Titan patrol space freely.

Whether you are exploring during the story or attemping to reach max Power Level in the end game, there’s plenty on offer on Titan, small as it may be in size.

For other planetary guides meanwhile, we’ve put together pages on the EDZ, Nessus, and Io, with plenty of detail on activities for each.

Destiny 2 Titan activities explained

The planet Titan offers a number of set activities you can view on the map as you play through the game’s story and beyond.

Landing Zones / Fast Travel points:

  • Siren’s Watch (unlocked automatically)
  • The Rig (complete campaing missions Utopia and Titan)
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Adventures

Adventures are mini-story missions with simple objectives in return for randomised (but capped) gear. As always, make sure you tackle Adventures at their recommended Power level.

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Exotic weapon quests

As well as Adventures – which unlock over the course of the story – once you have completed the main story there’s a new ‘Enemy of my Enemy’ story mission.

This questline appears on Titan with a recommended Power Level of 270. Once complete, you’ll unlock the first step in getting the elusive Rat King quest.

Lost Sectors

Titan has just a couple of Lost Sector mini-dungeons, but with Challenges often asking you to complete one a day, it pays to know where they are and how to complete them.

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Public Events

Being the smallest area, Titan also has the fewest Public Events of any area, with just two. Use your map to see where and when these begin, and don’t forget to try and trigger the Heroic Public Event variant to unlock more rewards.

  • Destroy the Arsenal Walker
  • Witches Ritual

It’s worth paying attention to the location of the current week’s Flashpoint – if it is Titan, then you’ll unlock a Powerful Gear Milestone after a number of Public Events completed.

Region chests

Not unlike the ‘golden chests’ from the first Destiny, each planet has a number of one-off chests you can discover and open. Each one contains three Tokens for that planet, some Glimmer and a chance at a loot drop (up to the 260/270 cap). Though they are marked on the map, our Destiny 2 Region Chests page explains their exact positions.

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The more activities you play, the more Tokens you earn to level up the planet’s Faction.

Alkane Dust, Arcology, and other activities on titan

As well as the above set activities, there are other ‘random’ attractions to look out for as you explore Titan that won’t appear on the map. Each one gives you more opportunities to find Arcology Tokens and other loot.

Alkane Dust: Similar to the original Destiny, there are planetary materials to look out for as you roam. These appear at random on the edges of pathways, buildings or perched on structures.

Like chests, by default they won’t appear on your heads-up display and it’s only when you are up close that you can collect them.

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If you are farming them for a Challenge, then the easiest way is to roam around, using your Sparrow where you can, and keep your eyes peeled for glowing objects, or simply do other activities or Challenges, and you’ll naturally come across them. Alkane Dust is used to level up the Titan Faction at vendor, Sloane.

Patrol missions: Once you complete the Patrol side-mission after Fury’s story mission, you can trigger Patrol Missions while exploring the Patrol space.

These task you with simple objectives – kill in a number of enemies, observe an area, kill a higher level character – with each one giving you a Token.

We recommend doubling up these with Public Events so you can complete two activities at once, though remember most Patrol Missions must be completed within the area you collected them in.

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Loot Chests – Alongside one-off Region Chests are random chests that spawn throughout the planet. Like Alkane Dust, they tend to appear at random on the edges of walkways or sitting under structural outrcroppings, so be sure to keep a keen eye on them.

High powered enemies – As you roam, you’ll be notified that a ‘high level enemy’ has spawned in the area. This is a lone yellow bar enemy that’ll take a beating before it goes down.

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If you do so, it’ll drop a loot chest containing a Token. They only appear for a limited time, so be sure to track it down before it disappears.



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Want more on Destiny 2? Our Destiny 2 guide tells you everything else there is to know on the game so far, including Lost Sectors, Treasure Map locations, Heroic Public Events, and Flashpoints on EDZ, Titan, Nessus and Io. Elsewhere we explain how to Power level to the 265, 300 and 350 Power caps, as well as what to spend Glimmer on, how to join Clans and how Mods, Infusion, and Engrams and Legendary Shards work, Crucible tips, a Destiny 2 Exotics list, details on the Nightfall schedule, Trials of the Nine and the weekly reset, how to unlock classes and subclasses, and how to complete the Destiny 2 Raid.

Hive Knights, Fallen enemy locations and other Titan Challenges explained

Each day at 10am UK time, the server will ‘reset’ a number of activities in the game. The foremost of these are each activities Challenges, giving you a new checklist of objectives to complete as you explore the Titan Patrol space.

You will be given three to complete each day. The following is not an exhaustive list as new Challenges may emerge as days go on, but will give you an idea of what to expect and how to complete them.

  • Scourge of the Fallen: Defeat 75 Fallen Enemies – Fallen are most commonly found near the external parts of the Siren’s Watch area on Titan. Remember completing other activities will help you unlock these, so concentrate on other Challenges and you should get most of your way through this without needing to grind.
  • Arcology Scavenger: Gather 10 Alkane Dusts – As mentioned above, these are found at random throughout the planet. It’s one of the tougher Challenges due to its unpredictable nature, but we’d suggest performing other Challenges and Public Events, and you should come across them naturally without hopefully needing to grind.
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  • The Grand Melee: Defeat 5 Hive Knights: – These are the greyish, tall, bulky walking foes you encounter as part of the Hive. You can find these out in the wild – sometimes as more powerful yellow bar enemies – but your best chance of finding them is doing the Witches Ritual and Arsenal Walker Public Events that spawn near The Rig and Siren’s Watch respectively.
  • Arcology Reclaimer: – Kill 40 enemies in the New Pacific Arcology. This is simple enough really, just travel to the nearby fast travel point and venture inside looking for foes!
  • Lost Sectors: Lost a Lost Sector in a specific area – Simply head to the specified area, then find and complete one of these mini-dungeons, with the Challenge completing when you pick up the loot at the end. If you’re struggling, our Lost Sectors page can help you find one.
  • Event Horizon: Successfully complete a public event – You will find where and when these occur on your map. Don’t forgot to attempt to trigger the Heroic Public Event for bonus rewards – though it’s not required for this Challenge.
  • Walking the Beat: Complete 3 Patrols – First unlock Patrol Missions as part of Cayde’s Patrol Milestone set of quests, and pick up and finish three of these mini-missions. We recommended grabbing a kill or drop-based Patrol and then undertaking a nearby Public Event to tick off two activities at once.

Additional reporting by Matthew Reynolds.

Destiny 2 guide: Cayde-6 Titan chest locations, Sept. 19-25

Each week, Cayde-6 will sell you some treasure maps for the Flashpoint location. From Sept. 19-25, Cayde-6’s chests will be located on Titan.

After the weekly reset, run down to the hanger and meet with Cayde-6. Each map will cost you 4,800 glimmer and will appear in your inventory. If you look at the planet in question, you will see several spade icons all over the area.

It is worth noting that you only want to get two or three chests at once. Getting all five in a row can result in no loot in the final two. Grab three, do something else, and come back in about 10 minutes. Time to go exploring, Guardian.


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Chest 1

“Getting pings on another one somewhere high up in one of those towers. From what I hear, the Fallen are using those towers as some kind of junkyard. Could be like a needle in a haystack. Good luck.” — Cayde-6

The first chest on Titan is between Siren’s Watch and the Rig. Travel down to the Rig and head right from the landing point. Run through the first cylinder on the bridge and move over to the second (the 01 silo). The Cayde-6 chest will be sitting just to your left after entering 01.

Chest 2

“Reef Awoken are weird like that. She assured me it was a gold mine, so I went exploring. Check near some kind of generator machine thing, there should be one I haven’t hit in years.” — Cayde-6.

From the Rig spawn point, run forward and take a left when you get to the large bridge and open area. Head through the underpass and look down once you get to the other side. From here, you can see the chest glowing next to some pipes. Jump down and shimmy your way along the small walkway to grab the loot.

Chest 3

“I take it you like to jump, right? I see the way you jump around the Tower. Guardians these days — no respect for gravity.” — Cayde-6.

Spawn onto the Rig and start making your way forward. Once you reach the bridge and wide open space, cross the bridge and into the Hive-infested area. Run up the steps and look across the way to see the glowing Cayde-6 chest. Jump across and open it.

Chest 4

“This one is in some kind of wall. What was it with the Golden Age that they build walls around everything?” — Cayde-6

Spawn onto the Rig and make your way left toward the Solarium. Jump across the broken bridge and up the scaffolding on the left. Run up the stairs and defeat the Hive in the back part of the Solarium. Run all the way to the end of the Hive area, and there will be a Cayde-6 chest just sitting there. Grab it.

Chest 5

“You know what I used to love about my rest stops on Titan? Walking into the Arcology and thinking about it in its heyday. But then you get to thinking of much we actually lost, and now the Hive just spawning everywhere… and the will to fight boils right back up.” — Cayde-6

Spawn onto the Rig and make your way left toward the Solarium. Jump across the broken bridge and up the scaffolding on the left. Run up the stairs and defeat the Hive in the back part of the Solarium. Turn right and go through the broken solar paneling. Walk into the Solarium and turn right once you reach the grass. Walk up the hill and open the final Cayde-6 chest.

Destiny 2: All Region Chest Locations Guide

When normal Destiny 2 loot chests aren’t good enough, you’ll want to grab the one-time-only Region Chests. These special chests are better than your average randomly generated chest — for one, they’re totally gold, and you can only collect them once. When a Region Chest is collected, it disappears forever. Also unlike regular chests, Region […]

When normal Destiny 2 loot chests aren’t good enough, you’ll want to grab the one-time-only Region Chests. These special chests are better than your average randomly generated chest — for one, they’re totally gold, and you can only collect them once. When a Region Chest is collected, it disappears forever.

Also unlike regular chests, Region Chests are hidden in areas of the map you won’t normally look. They’re tucked away inside caves, on high hills, or in dark corners of the world. The Director map will provide a little help, there are Region Chest symbols available on your map after completing the campaign. If you’re lost and need extra help, we’ve got all the Region Chest locations with pictures available below.


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Region Chests Locations Guide | Earth

Regions Chests are unique gold chests in the environment. After completing the campaign, return to areas you’ve explored — the general location of Region Chests are marked on your map.

 

EDZ – Outskirts

Region Chest #1: Enter the storefront with the pair of archway entrances, to the right of the plaza and near the path to the Trostland.

Region Chest #2: Enter the dark cave right next (and below) the southwestern bridge on the shore that leads to the Winding Cove.

Region Chest #3: The last chest in this area is found in the large plaza. Look on the left-side when facing the apartments – there’s a large section that’s missing an exterior wall with several wrecked floors. Look at the top (third floor) above a destroyable Fallen antennae.

EDZ – Trostland

Region Chest #4: In the western corner of the Trostland, on the road to the Outskirts, look right for a tall structure with a destroyed second and third floor wall and a pile of rubble with bay windows. Climb up into the third floor to find a region chest.

Region Chest #5: Directly south of the previous chest, go to the cliff facing the dam and travel west into a dark alcove with the last region chest in this area.

EDZ – The Sludge

Region Chest #6: Right next to the landing zone, there’s a narrow cave path behind a weak waterfall. It’s so dark, it doesn’t look like you’ll be able to enter.

Region Chest #7: Enter the large ruined factory from the landing zone. There’s a door that leads into a hallway with metal rafters above – jump up onto the small wooden floors above to spot a gold region chest.

Region Chest #8: On the southwestern wall of the map, there’s a blue / white container blocking a narrow crack in the brick wall. Enter the brick wall to find a region chest.

EDZ – Winding Cove

Region Chest #9: On the main road from the Outskirts, turning the curve on the “U”-shape you’ll encounter a rusted car and an old, closed rusted double door in the cliff wall. Jump onto the green rocks above the door to find a region chest.

Region Chest #10: Easier to find, this region chest in beneath the main road bridge through the center of the zone.

Region Chest #11: At the northern cliff face, look up to spot a crashed Fallen craft hanging from the ledge. Jump up onto the ledge to the right of the ship to find an area with one more region chest.

EDZ – The Gulch

Region Chest #12: North of the giant guarded tunnel that leads to The Tunnels, there’s a smaller Cabal outpost outside a cave with a scannable inside. Climb onto the hills above this cave to find another cave higher up with a gold chest inside.

Region Chest #13: Go to the southern bridge and look in the valley further south. There’s a cliff cave on the right behind some fallen trees, marked with a dirt path.

Region Chest #14: In the gully south of the main road bridge, just east from the previous gold chest, there’s a cave marked with a glowing blue lamp with another gold chest inside. This little area is usually protected by Cabal.

EDZ – Firebase Hades

Region Chest #15: Climb onto the high hills south of the landing zone, overlooking the southern “leg” of the giant cannon. This is on the eastern edge of the map.

Region Chest #16: Enter the control room of the southern “leg” of the giant cannon. Use the side entrances to reach a room with a hologram in the center. Jump onto the second floor walkway to find the gold chest.

Region Chest #17: On the western wall of the map, look south of the ramp entrance to the cargo bay interior. There’s a gray metal platform hanging from the wall – jump up to it to find a gold chest.

EDZ – Sunken Isles

Region Chest #18: Found along the northern shoreline, there’s a small island near the Public Event marker guarded by a Vandal. This is one of the easier Region Chests, so you might grab it accidentally while exploring the region your first time.

Region Chest #19: Go to the underground tunnel underneath the massive landing platform in the center of the map. The tunnel is on the western edge – go underground and onto the interior platform. To the left, the gold chest is behind some crates.

Region Chest #20: To the left of the massive carrier platform ramp. Look in the corner, in the rocks.


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Destiny 2 Lost Sectors – locations and their repeatable loot rewards explained • Page 1 • Eurogamer.net

Published 10/09/2017

Destiny 2 Lost Sectors are something new to Bungie’s space-faring sequel – mini-dungeons that you can find as you explore each Patrol area, each with a manner of things to shoot and find.

There are a total of 27 spread across Earth, Nessus, Titan and Io and each one offers varying levels of challenge – including lots of enemies and a dungeon mini boss).

What are Lost Sectors in Destiny 2?

Lost Sectors are mini-dungeons tucked away off the beaten path in the game’s many Patrol areas. As you are exploring, you will find a symbol painted on a wall like this, indicating that one is nearby:

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From there, the dungeon is close, you just have to find the entrance, which is where our series of links below come in.

Once you’re inside, you then have to clear the dungeon of its enemies, including a named boss. Doing so will allow you to open the Lost Sector chest at the end and take its loot.

The game’s first EDZ mission will give you a taste of this, taking you into the basement of the church where one of the Trostland Lost Sectors can be found.

Lost Sector locations

Below is an in-progress list of Lost Sectors and their locations.

The game doesn’t provide a Power level suggestion for completing each one, but if you are in that area for another objective, chances are you are powerful enough to take it on – there’s no need to unlock them otherwise.

However, some can be very difficult, so don’t worry about getting them out of the way from the beginning. Try tackling them in a squad or after you’ve finished the campaign and hit level 20; we found a Power Level of 200 and over made us strong enough for any of them.

EDZ

Titan

Io

More coming soon!



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Lost Sector rewards and repeatable loot

Lost Sectors typically contain several loot drops and a Token for that planet.

Though they are dungeons that can be cleared, they are repeatable (once a day) allowing you to get loot again.

However, it won’t be as much as the first time you completed it, and are more in-line with a loot chest you’d receive after an activity such as a Public Event – usually one Blue (rare) Engram with a Token for that planet’s Faction.

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Lost Sector chests look a little different to regular ones.

Once you get so far in the story, you’ll unlock some additional systems and features, including Challenges.

These give you additional tasks to do in each mode, and in Patrol, once of these could include doing a Lost Sector within a specific area of planet, giving you further incentive to replay Lost Sectors you have already cleared.

Additional reporting by Matthew Reynolds

Final Fantasy 12 Espers – locations, strategies, hidden Espers and battles explained • Page 1 • Eurogamer.net

If you’ve played a Final Fantasy game before, you’ll probably be familiar with the concept of Summons. In Final Fantasy 12 The Zodiac Age however, these are replaced by Espers, which perform in much the same way outside of the different terminology.

There are 13 Espers in total, and here in this guide will be taking you through each of those, including the hidden Esper locations, strategies, and battles, for any that don’t already appear within the main part of Final Fantasy 12’s story – which you can read about, along with plenty of other guides too, over in our main Final Fantasy 12 The Zodiac Age walkthrough and guide hub.

What are Espers in Final Fantasy 12, and how do hidden Espers work?

You’ll first be introduced to Espers during the main storyline, and while you’ll pick up five just by following the plot, there are eight more hidden ones for you to find and defeat. If you’ve played other Final Fantasy games before you can think of Espers as XII’s equivalent of Summons, and you may even notice that some of them are reminiscent of bosses you’ve fought in earlier games.

If you’re new to the franchise, though, they may need some explanation. These supernatural beings, once defeated, can be added to a party member’s License Board and then summoned during battle to help you out in a sticky situation.

When a party member summons an Esper, any other active party members are temporarily removed from combat – leaving just the summoner and the Esper, and this will remain the case until either the Esper or Summoner dies at which point normal combat will resume. They’re not quite as formidable as they were when you fought them, but they can certainly help even the odds if you find yourself in a tight spot!

When you add an Esper to a party member’s License Board only they can summon it, so when acquiring them it’s a good idea to spread them out a little, and some classes may have additional License Board abilities tucked behind certain Espers – so be sure to look at everyone before deciding.

Pokemon GO Fire and Ice Event – (Update: Event Has Begun!) Start/End Times, Every Fire/Ice Pokemon, New Content, Locations – Everything We Know

Pokemon GO developer Niantic recently revealed a new Fire and Ice event, and while it’s perhaps not a Game of Thrones reference, it is a reference to the special Ice and Fire-type Pokemon that can be more frequently seen during the weeks where the event takes place.

This is far from the first time that Niantic has held a special event for Pokemon GO, as the developer has previously promoted Rock-type Pokemon through a special event held earlier this year.

This page will tell you all you possibly need to know about the Fire and Ice event for Pokemon GO, including start and end times, as well as how to get the most out of the event, such as XP bonuses and increases in special Pokemon.

Update: 06/14/2017 – The Fire and Ice Event Has Begun!

The Pokemon GO Fire and Ice Event has officially begun, so get out onto the streets to find an increase in all types of Ice and Fire Pokemon, as well as some nice XP bonuses for a variety of actions, including hatching any Pokemon, hatching a 2KM Egg, a 5KM Egg, and a 10KM Egg.

All the Boosted Pokemon in the Pokemon GO Fire and Ice Event

We’ve listed below all the Pokemon that will be appearing more frequently in Pokemon GO, due to the Fire and Ice event having now started. Along with the base version of the Pokemon coming first, you can find the evolution of the Pokemon listed after, as both of these will appear more often during the Pokemon GO Fire and Ice Event.

  • Charmander/Charmeleon/Charizard
  • Vulpix/Ninetales
  • Growlithe/Arcanine
  • Ponyta/Rabidash
  • Flareon
  • Magby/Magmar
  • Cyndaquil/Quilava/Typhlosion
  • Slugma/Magcargo
  • Houndour/Houndoom
  • Shellder/Cloyster
  • Smoochum/Jynx
  • Seel/Dewgong
  • Lapras
  • Sneasel
  • Swinub/Pillowswine

Pokemon GO Fire and Ice Event – Start and End Times

The special Fire and Ice Event for Pokemon GO will start on Tuesday, June 13, and will run for right around a week, continuing on until June 20. We’ve got all the exact start and end times for the event just below:

Start Times – June 13:

  • West Coast US: 1 pm (PDT)
  • East Coast US: 4 pm (EDT)
  • UK: 9 pm (BST)
  • Europe: 10 pm (CEST)

End Times – June 20:

  • West Coast US: 1 pm (PDT)
  • East Coast US: 4 pm (PDT)
  • UK: 9 pm (BST)
  • Europe: 10 pm (CEST)

The Pokemon GO Fest takes place in Chicago, Illinois.

Pokemon GO Fest Chicago

But this isn’t all that Niantic had to announce, as the developer revealed that the first ever real-world event for Pokemon GO would be taking place in Chicago, and would be named Pokemon GO Fest.

During the event, players can meet up at Chicago’s Grant Park, in order to meet new players and engage in a variety of activities, although what these activities are has not been revealed as of yet. In order to purchase tickets for the event, which go on sale on June 19 at 10 am PDT, head over to the official Pokemon GO Fest website.

Niantic also announced that European and Japanese Pokemon GO players could look forward to events at a later date, with various European events being scheduled for an unknown time later in 2017, and a ‘Pikachu Outbreak’ event taking place in Yokohama, Japan, later in August.

These Ice and Fire and Pokemon GO Fest events are meant to celebrate a year since Pokemon GO originally released, during which the game has reportedly been downloaded over 750 million times, according to the Pokemon Company International.

This is all the information available for the Pokemon GO Fire and Ice Event as of right now, but we’ll be keeping a close eye out for any new and breaking news, and be updating this page accordingly.

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Pokemon GO Ice and Fire Event – (Update: Event Has Begun!) Start/End Times, New Content, Locations – Everything We Know

Pokemon GO developer Niantic recently revealed a new Ice and Fire event, and while it’s perhaps not a Game of Thrones reference, it is a reference to the special Ice and Fire-type Pokemon that can be more frequently seen during the weeks where the event takes place.

This is far from the first time that Niantic has held a special event for Pokemon GO, as the developer has previously promoted Rock-type Pokemon through a special event held earlier this year.

This page will tell you all you possibly need to know about the Ice and Fire event for Pokemon GO, including start and end times, as well as how to get the most out of the event, such as XP bonuses and increases in special Pokemon.

Update: 06/14/2017 – The Ice and Fire Event Has Begun!

The Pokemon GO Ice and Fire event has officially begun, so get out onto the streets to find an increase in all types of Ice and Fire Pokemon, as well as some nice XP bonuses for a variety of actions, including hatching any Pokemon, hatching a 2KM Egg, a 5KM Egg, and a 10KM Egg.

Pokemon GO Ice and Fire Event – Start and End Times

The special Ice and Fire event for Pokemon GO will start on Tuesday, June 13, and will run for right around a week, continuing on until June 20. We’ve got all the exact start and end times for the event just below:

Start Times – June 13:

  • West Coast US: 1 pm (PDT)
  • East Coast US: 4 pm (EDT)
  • UK: 9 pm (BST)
  • Europe: 10 pm (CEST)

End Times – June 20:

  • West Coast US: 1 pm (PDT)
  • East Coast US: 4 pm (PDT)
  • UK: 9 pm (BST)
  • Europe: 10 pm (CEST)

The Pokemon GO Fest takes place in Chicago, Illinois.

During the event, players can expect to encounter an increased number of certain Fire and Ice-type Pokemon, including Charmander, Cyndaquil, Houndour, Swinub, and Sneasel, as well as their Evolutions. On top of this, you’ll receive increased XP rewards for performing special actions such as Curveballs, Nice Throws, Great Throws, Excellent Throws, Perfect Throws, and more.

Pokemon GO Fest Chicago

But this isn’t all that Niantic had to announce, as the developer revealed that the first ever real-world event for Pokemon GO would be taking place in Chicago, and would be named Pokemon GO Fest.

During the event, players can meet up at Chicago’s Grant Park, in order to meet new players and engage in a variety of activities, although what these activities are has not been revealed as of yet. In order to purchase tickets for the event, which go on sale on June 19 at 10 am PDT, head over to the official Pokemon GO Fest website.

Niantic also announced that European and Japanese Pokemon GO players could look forward to events at a later date, with various European events being scheduled for an unknown time later in 2017, and a ‘Pikachu Outbreak’ event taking place in Yokohama, Japan, later in August.

These Ice and Fire and Pokemon GO Fest events are meant to celebrate a year since Pokemon GO originally released, during which the game has reportedly been downloaded over 750 million times, according to the Pokemon Company International.

This is all the information available for the Pokemon GO Ice and Fire event as of right now, but we’ll be keeping a close eye out for any new and breaking news, and be updating this page accordingly.

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Mass Effect Andromeda – Memory Induce locations for the Ryder Loved ones Tricks quest • Eurogamer.internet

Revealed 16/05/2017

Mass Effect Andromeda Memory Triggers are fragments of Ryder Seniors reminiscences that you can acquire as element of the Ryder Loved ones Tricks facet-quest.

You select this mission up in your log shortly after you turn out to be Pathfinder, where by you will be handed your 1st Memory Induce.

The remainder of them are located on the surfaces of the important planets, so will only turn out to be accessible once Eos has been colonised.

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Ryder Loved ones Tricks

When you have begun the quest as pointed out over, every important world has 3 to acquire, and whenever you acquire a set of 3 you can return to the Hyperion and take a look at SAM to view a fragment of Ryder Sr’s reminiscences.

They are marked on your map and can be highlighted on your compass by choosing the Ryder Loved ones Tricks mission from the Allies and Associations portion of your journal.

Most are noticeable on the map and simply sitting down out in the open up waiting around to be collected, but some are a very little trickier to discover so we have included particular directions for individuals under.

Memory Induce locations

Eos Memory Triggers

All the triggers here are noticeable on the map and in the open up, making them very simple to acquire.

Elaaden Memory Triggers

The northernmost induce is located on top rated of a massive rock arch, and it truly is hard to arrive at – a Nomad with speed and improve upgrades can just about be persuaded to make it, but it truly is also possible to acquire on foot.

Head to the southern facet of the rock outcropping and look for the patch of pebbles demonstrated under, and soar up the slender gap in the rock.

It is possible to head straight up from here if you get lucky with your landings, but a less difficult route is to soar across to the flat boulder to the west and up the organic techniques.

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The westernmost induce is located in a cave under the tall stone column. The entrance to the cave is just to the south of the map marker, and the induce is in a cavern with a Fiend so enter with warning!

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Voeld Memory Triggers

All the triggers here are noticeable on the map and in the open up, making them very simple to acquire.

Kadara Memory Triggers

The induce in the south west involves approaching from the foundation of the nearby Remnant tower. Use the Nomad to climb the grass slope just to the south of the tower, and then get out and soar over the rock to arrive at the induce.

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Havarl Memory Triggers

The southernmost induce is out in the open up, but the remaining two involve the quest Havarl: A Dying World to entry they can be picked up throughout the quest or returned for later.

The northernmost involves coming into the Buried Cave at the north west finish of Chasm of the Builders and working with the gravity effectively to descend to the reduced level, and the easternmost is located on the top rated ground of Mithrava opposite the Ahead Station.

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Mass Effect Andromeda walkthrough and guideline
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Wrapping up Ryder Loved ones Tricks

When all fifteen have been collected and the reminiscences seen, take a look at Ryder Sr’s quarters in the place next to the SAM node, study all the logs at the archive station, and then head to the Nexus to talk to Director Tann.

Future, go to the security station and study the logs. Make your way to Garson’s apartment and scan the bed, then head back in the direction of the doorway and scan the wall to discover a magic formula place.

Browse the datapad within then go to the Cultural Exchange and talk to the Garson VI. Return to the Hyperion once extra and entry the SAM node to unlock the ultimate memory.

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Mass Impact Andromeda Memory Triggers are fragments of Ryder Seniors recollections that you can collect as component of the Ryder Loved ones Secrets facet-quest.

You decide on this mission up in your log shortly right after you turn into Pathfinder, in which you may be handed your initially Memory Result in.

The remainder of them are found on the surfaces of the key planets, so will only turn into offered after Eos has been colonised.

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Ryder Loved ones Secrets

At the time you have begun the quest as described previously mentioned, every single key planet has a few to collect, and anytime you collect a set of a few you can return to the Hyperion and check out SAM to look at a fragment of Ryder Sr’s recollections.

They are marked on your map and can be highlighted on your compass by deciding on the Ryder Loved ones Secrets mission from the Allies and Interactions portion of your journal.

Most are visible on the map and only sitting down out in the open waiting to be gathered, but some are a little trickier to find so we have bundled specific directions for people under.

Memory Result in locations

Eos Memory Triggers

All the triggers listed here are visible on the map and in the open, building them simple to collect.

Elaaden Memory Triggers

The northernmost set off is found on leading of a substantial rock arch, and it is challenging to achieve – a Nomad with velocity and enhance upgrades can just about be persuaded to make it, but it is also probable to collect on foot.

Head to the southern facet of the rock outcropping and search for the patch of pebbles revealed under, and soar up the slender hole in the rock.

It is probable to head straight up from listed here if you get fortunate with your landings, but a easier route is to soar throughout to the flat boulder to the west and up the purely natural techniques.

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The westernmost set off is found in a cave under the tall stone column. The entrance to the cave is just to the south of the map marker, and the set off is in a cavern with a Fiend so enter with warning!

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Voeld Memory Triggers

All the triggers listed here are visible on the map and in the open, building them simple to collect.

Kadara Memory Triggers

The set off in the south west involves approaching from the base of the nearby Remnant tower. Use the Nomad to climb the grass slope just to the south of the tower, and then get out and soar about the rock to achieve the set off.

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Havarl Memory Triggers

The southernmost set off is out in the open, but the remaining two demand the quest Havarl: A Dying Environment to accessibility they can be picked up through the quest or returned for later on.

The northernmost involves coming into the Buried Cave at the north west stop of Chasm of the Builders and working with the gravity effectively to descend to the lower stage, and the easternmost is found on the leading floor of Mithrava opposite the Ahead Station.

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Mass Impact Andromeda walkthrough and manual
How to complete every single primary mission and additional.


Mass Effect Andromeda walkthrough and guide

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Wrapping up Ryder Loved ones Secrets

At the time all fifteen have been gathered and the recollections seen, check out Ryder Sr’s quarters in the room following to the SAM node, go through all the logs at the archive station, and then head to the Nexus to chat to Director Tann.

Following, go to the protection station and go through the logs. Make your way to Garson’s apartment and scan the bed, then head again in direction of the door and scan the wall to find a magic formula room.

Read the datapad within then go to the Cultural Exchange and chat to the Garson VI. Return to the Hyperion after additional and accessibility the SAM node to unlock the remaining memory.

Mass Impact Andromeda – Architect locations, how to defeat them in Creating an Effect, Missing Science Crew and other quests • Eurogamer.net

Revealed 12/05/2017

Mass Impact Andromeda Architects are some of the most hard opponents in the match, and one particular you could have noticed presently. Found a giant mechanical worm weaving as a result of the sand on Elaaden? That’s an Architect, and there are 4 of them for you to deal with.

Architects only accessible when an outpost has been established on a world, and you’ll need to have to undertake a shorter quest to experience off from them – these types of as Creating an Effect on Eos – but due to the fact they provide 400 Andromeda details a piece they are absolutely worthy of your time.

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How to defeat an Architect

Initially off, these foes are unsuitable for lower-stage figures, so if you find you’re having difficulties you could need to have to give up and return later.

When you combat them, the fight will cycle amongst three phases – shoot the legs, shoot the head, shoot the smaller Remnant – but how numerous moments it repeats will count on how a great deal harm you can do.

In the course of the initial phase, intention for the uncovered pink locations on the Architect’s legs. When the leg reaches twenty five% health and fitness or below the 2nd phase will get started and the Architect will open up its mouth exposing a vulnerable place.

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eal some harm to that and the third phase will begin which calls for you to very clear out an assortment of Observers, Assemblers, and Nullifiers. Dependent on how weakened the remaining legs are the Architect could acquire to the air and find a new area to settle, and the procedure will then repeat.

Biotics and melee assaults are mostly ineffective from Architects so choose squad customers with Tech or ranged battle techniques, and carry the most impressive sniper rifle you can – with a completely specced Black Widow V and some harm-maximizing mods you really should be able to damage a leg in a pair of pictures while retaining out of harm’s way.

The moment the three legs are wrecked a couple of extra pictures at the head will carry it down allowing you to interface with it and obtain your AVP reward.

Architect locations in Creating an Effect, Missing Science Crew and other quests

Eos Architect area

The Architect on Eos can be accessed through the Creating an Effect aspect quest accessible from Podromos when you have done A Trail of Hope.

The initial portion of the quest is a basic “go to the marker, press the button” procedure, but when the third internet site has been frequented you’ll be provided a new objective which will lead you to the Architect. This is the most basic of the 4, with affordable terrain and go over to acquire on the combat.

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Kadara Architect area

After setting up an outpost on Kadara, head to the upper ground of the setting up closest the lake and talk to Xmas Tate – he’ll either be stood just within the doorway or seeking out of the window.

He’ll give you the quest Previous Skinner which will lead you instantly to the Architect. This fight’s a minor trickier as the Architect could move to a somewhat elevated area which doesn’t have a great deal go over on provide.



Mass Impact Andromeda walkthrough and tutorial
How to comprehensive each major mission and extra.


Mass Effect Andromeda walkthrough and guide

Want extra assist? Our Mass Impact Andromeda walkthrough and tutorial gives ways to completing each major mission, and our on-going Remnant Decryption puzzle solutions can assist with the numerous Sudoku-like problems the match can toss at you. Meanwhile, we can assist with Memory Bring about locations, Architect locations and the concealed Fusion Mod of Adrenaline, as perfectly as aiding you make your mind up on the numerous Mass Impact Andromeda Romance possibilities for both of those male and female Ryder.

Elaaden Architect area

In the course of your settlement of Elaaden you will be sent on a mission to get well a stolen Remnant generate main when positioned you need to have to make the choice of supplying it to Morda. The moment the settlement is established the quest Architect on Elaaden will grow to be accessible.

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Voeld Architect area

Discuss to Priya Blake in the central setting up in the outpost to get the Missing Science Crew quest which will lead you to the Architect.

It truly is arguably the toughest of the 4 fights as you’ll also have to deal with environmental harm from the cold through the skirmish.

The fight requires place about an abandoned Kett camp and you can acquire shelter within the setting up to recharge your everyday living help, but you could also want to equip some everyday living help consumables as a backup.