Destiny 2 World-Eater quest – How to complete the On the Comms quest and unlock the Legend of Acrius • Eurogamer.net

Destiny 2 World-Eater is a mysterious quest you can pick up as you begin to delve into the end game that leads to unlocking the Legend of AcriusExotic weapon.

You need a bit of luck to see it start, and part of unlocking it is completing the Leviathan Raid – so hope you had a team with you willing to help you along the way.

Destiny 2 World-Ender quest steps to unlock the Legend of Acrius

Once you have the On the Comms item, you can make a start on the World-Eater questline. You can see this in your Power weapon slot, telling you to:

  • ‘Return to Nessus and recover communication ciphers from Red Legion troops’ (out of 5)
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To cover these ‘communication ciphers’, you must kill Cabal, who will from begin to drop them at random at a reasonably low drop rate. Any Cabal from any activity should grant you these items, but to be safe we stuck to Nessus.

Where are the Red Legion on Nessus? In the south west The Cistern area. Roam around and you can find them out in the open, but if you’re stuck, try the lone Lost Sector there, as well as the Invitation from the Emperor Adventure to also learn some interesting backstory for the Raid and its possible cast.

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Once you have all five, the quest will then update. Prior to the Leviathan Raid unlocking, this was called the Await the World-Eater quest step, but is now named Destroyer of Worlds. Complete the Raid to complete it, which our Leviathan guide can help you with.

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Blink and you miss it, but the World-Eater can be seen in one of the games earliest cutscenes.



Destiny 2 guide, story walkthrough
Class changes, Exotics, levelling and more explained.


Destiny 2 guide, story walkthrough

Want more help? Our Destiny 2 guide and walkthrough covers everything to get you up to speed. Elsewhere, we have articles on how to beat this week’s Pyramidion Nightfall, find the latest Treasure Map locations and descriptions of the new Prestige Raid differences, plus other activities including Lost Sectors, Heroic Public Events, and Flashpoints on EDZ, Titan, Nessus and Io. We also explain how to Power level to the 265, 300 and 305 Power caps, as well as what to spend Glimmer on, how to join Clans and how Mods, Infusion, and Engrams and Legendary Shards work, a Destiny 2 Exotics list, available Ornaments, Trials of the Nine and the weekly reset, how to unlock classes and subclasses, and how to complete the Destiny 2 Raid. Finally, for those waiting for it, here are details of the Destiny 2 launch time on PC.

Once you take down the final boss of the Raid, you’ll receive a new item, which gives you the End the Arms Dealer quest step:

  • Complete Strike Quest: The Arms Dealer in EDZ.

Unlike other Strikes, this allows you to select the Strike from inside the EDZ Patrol as part of the questline. It has a recommended Power level of 300, and comes with a time limit to make your life is a little more difficult, but you can extend it by shooting blue Anomaly orbs that appear throughout the Strike, adding 30 seconds to your timer.

You can watch a full playthrough of the Strike, as well as the subsequent steps, in this video by Unknown Player:

Once you have done the Strike, it will update to Back to the Bazaar, which has you speak to Benedict 99-40 who will give you the Legend of Acrius weapon. Huzzah!

Though you have the weapon, there is more still to do. The quest now updates to the Cabal Killer, which all must be performed with your newly received Legend of Acrius weapon.

  • Objective 1: Eliminate Cabal (out of 25)
  • Objective 2: Eliminate Cabal at close range (out of 15)
  • Objective 3: Eliminate multiple Cabal without reloading (out of 10)

Anywhere in the game, and in any activity, you can complete the above – as long as it’s with the Acrius weapon.

Next you have to complete His Highness’s Seal, which has you complete bosses in the Raid for Emperor Seals. Each one completed gives you a Seal, and you need 10 in total.

Following this is the final quest step to complete the Raid on Prestige difficulty. Doing so will give you the Exotic Ornament ‘The Emperor’s Pleasure’ for Legend of Acrius. Here’s a video by K1LL SW1TCH 64 showing it in action:

As a recap, it’s an Arc Exotic Shotgun with the Shock Blast perk that delivers a healthy dose of Arc damage, and the last of the four Exotic weapon quests found in Destiny 2 – unless Bungie has hidden away more to be revealed in the days and weeks to come.

This isn’t the first Exotic weapon to be tied to Raid progress. In Destiny’s second major expansion Rise of Iron, Outbreak Prime featured multiple steps involving completing the Raid in order to unlock it, and it appears that Destiny 2 is doing something similar.

Locking an Exotic weapon behind an end-game activity is arguably a little unfair for those players who can’t or don’t want to play it, but it also gives those keen to replay the Raid something extra to unlock.

Watertown Daily Times | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Elon Musk’s exciting quest for Mars

The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Oct. 3:

PITTSBURGH (Tribune News Service) — Elon Musk didn’t become a billionaire by thinking small.

For nearly a decade, the Silicon Valley pioneer and futurist has put much of his considerable resources behind SpaceX, a reusable rocket program that has already played a key role in resupplying the International Space Station.

But Musk’s ambitions go far beyond picking up the slack NASA left behind when it ceded the commercial end of rocketry to the private sector.

During a recent speech before the International Astronautical Congress meeting in Australia, Musk reiterated his plan to get life support, construction and mining equipment to Mars within five years.

Astronauts sent to the Red Planet via SpaceX in 2024 will then begin laying the foundation for the first Martian outpost.

Musk also unveiled plans for an updated version of his SpaceX fleet called the Interplanetary Transport System, or BFR for Big Falcon Rocket, a major redesign of the original booster and cabin.

The enormous but sleek BFR will be able to accommodate as many as 100 people per rocket.

It will be used to establish a base on the moon, where many of the skills and technologies needed to plant a successful Martian colony will be tested.

For those who believe the Martian and moonbase phases of Musk’s dream will never make it out of drydock, the entrepreneur announced that the same rockets will be used for making jaunts between New York and Shanghai in less than 45 minutes.

If SpaceX succeeds, then it will be possible to fly to and from the most remote cities on the planet in less than an hour.

It is expected to become a very lucrative funding source.

All of this is very exciting, but there is reason to be skeptical that Musk’s timeline, especially as it pertains to Mars, is even possible.

Still, the world needs dreamers like Elon Musk.

The most audacious explorers always come across as unrealistic until they succeed in doing what was previously thought impossible.

If interplanetary travel is part of the next stage in human evolution, Musk will likely have some role in it.

Visit the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette at www.post-gazette.com. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency. © 2017 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

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Destiny 2 UPDATE – Trials of the Nine countdown, Iron Banner latest, first secret quest | Gaming | Entertainment

Destiny 2 players are getting ready for the latest Trials of the Nine refresh after Iron Banner launched on PS4 and Xbox One this week.

However, the mode and map for Trials of the Nine remains a mystery as Bungie have not released a Destiny 2 schedule for October.

The Destiny 2 developer had previously released a roadmap for the online shooter, but that only covered month one.

So, anything past week four in Destiny 2 is a mystery for players, with a number of big additions on the horizon.

There is plenty of speculation among Guardians about what’s next in store for them – with talk of the first secret quest taking place soon.

Express.co.uk has rounded up all we know so far about what’s happening with Destiny 2 this week and the October schedule.

WHEN IS DESTINY 2 TRIALS OF THE NINE GETTING A REFRESH?

On Friday Destiny 2 Trials of the Nine will get updated, with a new mode and map.

Replacing the Trials of Osiris end-game event, Trials of the Nine is the go-to Destiny 2 game mode for fans of PvP Crucible action.

Trials of the Nine gets updated in Destiny 2 every week at 10am PT / 6pm BST on Friday. 

DESTINY 2 WEEK 6 – TRIALS OF THE NINE MODE AND MAP

For the first four weeks of Destiny 2, we knew exactly what map and mode we’d be playing thanks to the Destiny 2 Month One roadmap.

However, everything past that is now a mystery.

Last week the mode and map in Destiny 2 Trials of the Nine was as follows:

Mode: Survival

Map: European Dead Zone Map, The Dead Cliffs

Seeing as last week was Survival, this week it could switch back to Countdown.

One map that we could see a return of is Altar of Flame.

In week three of Destiny 2 Altar of Flame was meant to be the map for Trials of the Nine.

However, this was swapped out after around two hours due to an exploit.

If you go back to week three though, you may get an idea of what we could be playing tomorrow.

It was changed to Countdown on Eternity.

So it’s possible Altar of Flame may make a return, with the exploit that players were taking an advantage of hopefully now fixed.

DESTINY 2 – TRIALS OF THE NINE REQUIREMENTS

If you want to take part in Trials of the Nine, there are a number of requirements you have to fulfil.

These are as follows:

• Players must complete the Destiny 2 campaign

• Players must complete the the Call to Arms Milestone at least once

• Players must have 260 Power

WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING IN DESTINY 2? WHAT IS IN THE OCTOBER SCHEDULE?

Friday, as per usual, will also see Xur return with a selection of exotics.

However, anything else happening on Friday – or this week in general – remains a mystery.

It’s rumoured that Destiny 2 fans could see the first secret quest revealed this month.

Fans believe the secret area during the 1AU mission in the main campaign will unlock for the special quest soon. 

It had been expected that the secret room could have unlocked on October 7, as the seventh is a date that has long been favoured by Bungie.

However, that came and past with no reveal – so there is still hope the secret quest may become available this week.

DESTINY 2 IRON BANNER LATEST

Iron Banner launched in Destiny 2 on Tuesday, and fans have already discovered a great Easter Egg.

Destiny 2 players have uncovered an Overwatch secret hidden within the Iron Banner event.

Accessible only by the best players, Lord Saladin references Overwatch character Reaper when players manage a 20-person kill streak.

OUR VIEW: Elon Musk’s exciting quest for Mars – Opinion – Wicked Local Brockton

Elon Musk didn’t become a billionaire by thinking small. For nearly a decade, the Silicon Valley pioneer and futurist put much of his considerable resources behind SpaceX, a reusable rocket program that has already played a key role in resupplying the International Space Station.

But Musk’s ambitions go far beyond picking up the slack NASA left behind when it ceded the commercial end of rocketry to the private sector.

During a recent speech before the International Astronautical Congress meeting in Australia, Musk reiterated his plan to get life support, construction and mining equipment to Mars within five years.

Astronauts sent to the Red Planet via SpaceX in 2024 will then begin laying the foundation for the first Martian outpost.

Musk also unveiled plans for an updated version of his SpaceX fleet called the Interplanetary Transport System, or BFR for Big Falcon Rocket, a major redesign of the original booster and cabin.

The enormous but sleek BFR will be able to accommodate as many as 100 people per rocket. It will be used to establish a base on the moon, where many of the skills and technologies needed to plant a successful Martian colony will be tested.

For those who believe the Martian and moonbase phases of Musk’s dream will never make it out of drydock, the entrepreneur announced that the same rockets will be used for making jaunts between New York and Shanghai in less than 45 minutes.

If SpaceX succeeds, then it will be possible to fly to and from the most remote cities on the planet in less than an hour. It is expected to become a very lucrative funding source.

All of this is very exciting, but there is reason to be skeptical that Musk’s timeline, especially as it pertains to Mars, is even possible.

Still, the world needs dreamers like Elon Musk. The most audacious explorers always come across as unrealistic until they succeed in doing what was previously thought impossible. 

OUR VIEW: Elon Musk’s exciting quest for Mars – Opinion – MetroWest Daily News, Framingham, MA

Elon Musk didn’t become a billionaire by thinking small. For nearly a decade, the Silicon Valley pioneer and futurist put much of his considerable resources behind SpaceX, a reusable rocket program that has already played a key role in resupplying the International Space Station.

But Musk’s ambitions go far beyond picking up the slack NASA left behind when it ceded the commercial end of rocketry to the private sector.

During a recent speech before the International Astronautical Congress meeting in Australia, Musk reiterated his plan to get life support, construction and mining equipment to Mars within five years.

Astronauts sent to the Red Planet via SpaceX in 2024 will then begin laying the foundation for the first Martian outpost.

Musk also unveiled plans for an updated version of his SpaceX fleet called the Interplanetary Transport System, or BFR for Big Falcon Rocket, a major redesign of the original booster and cabin.

The enormous but sleek BFR will be able to accommodate as many as 100 people per rocket. It will be used to establish a base on the moon, where many of the skills and technologies needed to plant a successful Martian colony will be tested.

For those who believe the Martian and moonbase phases of Musk’s dream will never make it out of drydock, the entrepreneur announced that the same rockets will be used for making jaunts between New York and Shanghai in less than 45 minutes.

If SpaceX succeeds, then it will be possible to fly to and from the most remote cities on the planet in less than an hour. It is expected to become a very lucrative funding source.

All of this is very exciting, but there is reason to be skeptical that Musk’s timeline, especially as it pertains to Mars, is even possible.

Still, the world needs dreamers like Elon Musk. The most audacious explorers always come across as unrealistic until they succeed in doing what was previously thought impossible. 

Destiny 2 COUNTDOWN – Trials of the Nine, October schedule, secret quest release? | Gaming | Entertainment

UPDATE ONE: Bungie have released their latest weekly blog post which updates fans on all that’s going on in Destiny 2.

However, it has no mention of what mode or map fans will be playing in Trials of the Nine later on today.

Express.co.uk will be keeping a close on Destiny 2 social channels in case more details are revealed on today’s Trials of the Nine refresh.

If they are, we will be sure to let you know as soon as the news drops.

In the Bungie blog post, the Destiny 2 developer did reveal the release date for the return of Iron Banner.

Guardians will be able to jump in and play Iron Banner in Destiny 2 from October 10 at 2am PT / 10am BST.

ORIGINAL: Destiny 2 players are getting ready for the Friday refresh, with Trials of the Nine set to get an update on PS4 and Xbox One later on today.

However, with Bungie not releasing a roadmap for October – the mode and map for Trials of the Nine remains a mystery.

Bungie in a blog post before Destiny 2 was released released a Month One roadmap.

However, the release schedule only revealed what would be taking in Destiny 2 up to week four – anything past that is currently unknown.

There is plenty of speculation among Guardians about what’s next in store for them – with talk of the first secret quest taking place soon.

While fans are hoping the Iron Banner – which already has a confirmed return – could be dropping soon.

Express.co.uk has rounded up all we know so far about what’s happening with Destiny 2 this week and the October schedule.

WHEN IS DESTINY 2 TRIALS OF THE NINE GETTING A REFRESH?

On Friday Destiny 2 Trials of the Nine will get updated, with a new mode and map.

Replacing the Trials of Osiris end-game event, Trials of the Nine is the go-to Destiny 2 game mode for fans of PvP Crucible action.

Trials of the Nine gets updated in Destiny 2 every week at 10am PT / 6pm BST on Friday. 

DESTINY 2 WEEK 5 – TRIALS OF THE NINE MODE AND MAP

For the first four weeks of Destiny 2, we knew exactly what map and mode we’d be playing thanks to the Destiny 2 Month One roadmap.

However, everything past that is now a mystery.

In week four of Destiny 2, Guardians played Survival on Emperor’s Respite.

If you go back to week three though, you may get an idea of what we could be playing tomorrow.

In Destiny 2 week three, Guardians taking part in Trials of the Nine were meant to play Survival on Altar of Flame.

However, this was swapped out after around two hours due to an exploit.

It was changed to Countdown on Eternity, Dot Esports reported.

Our prediction is that Altar of Flame may make a return, with the exploit that players were taking an advantage of hopefully now fixed.

The refreshed Trials of the Nine should be playable from October 7 to October 14.

DESTINY 2 – TRIALS OF THE NINE REQUIREMENTS

If you want to take part in Trials of the Nine, there are a number of requirements you have to fulfil.

These are as follows:

• Players must complete the Destiny 2 campaign

• Players must complete the the Call to Arms Milestone at least once

• Players must have 260 Power

WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING IN DESTINY 2? WHAT IS IN THE OCTOBER SCHEDULE?

Friday, as per usual, will also see Xur return with a selection of exotics.

However, anything else happening on Friday – or this week in general – remains a mystery.

Bungie have already confirmed that Iron Banner will return to Destiny 2 in October.

However, the exact date for the return of the week-long PvP event is unknown.

So it may make a surprise appearance in Destiny 2 this Friday.

It’s rumoured that Destiny 2 fans could see the first secret quest revealed this week.

The seventh is a date that has long been favoured by Bungie, and fans are hoping October 7 will see the release of Destiny 2’s first secret quest. 

Fans believe the secret area during the 1AU mission in the main campaign will unlock for the special quest on Saturday. 

Elon Musk’s exciting quest for Mars

This appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:

Elon Musk didn’t become a billionaire by thinking small. For nearly a decade, the Silicon Valley pioneer and futurist has put much of his considerable resources behind SpaceX, a reusable rocket program that has already played a key role in resupplying the International Space Station.

But Musk’s ambitions go far beyond picking up the slack NASA left behind when it ceded the commercial end of rocketry to the private sector.

During a recent speech before the International Astronautical Congress meeting in Australia, Musk reiterated his plan to get life support, construction and mining equipment to Mars within five years.

Astronauts sent to the Red Planet via SpaceX in 2024 will then begin laying the foundation for the first Martian outpost.

Musk also unveiled plans for an updated version of his SpaceX fleet called the Interplanetary Transport System, or BFR for Big Falcon Rocket, a major redesign of the original booster and cabin.

The enormous but sleek BFR will be able to accommodate as many as 100 people per rocket. It will be used to establish a base on the moon, where many of the skills and technologies needed to plant a successful Martian colony will be tested.

For those who believe the Martian and moon base phases of Musk’s dream will never make it out of dry dock, the entrepreneur announced that the same rockets will be used for making jaunts between New York and Shanghai in less than 45 minutes.

If SpaceX succeeds, then it will be possible to fly to and from the most remote cities on the planet in less than an hour. It is expected to become a very lucrative funding source.

All of this is very exciting, but there is reason to be skeptical that Musk’s timeline, especially as it pertains to Mars, is even possible.

Elon Musk’s exciting quest for Mars | Other Opinions

Elon Musk didn’t become a billionaire by thinking small. For nearly a decade, the Silicon Valley pioneer and futurist has put much of his considerable resources behind SpaceX, a reusable rocket program that has already played a key role in resupplying the International Space Station.

But Musk’s ambitions go far beyond picking up the slack NASA left behind when it ceded the commercial end of rocketry to the private sector.

During a recent speech before the International Astronautical Congress meeting in Australia, Musk reiterated his plan to get life support, construction and mining equipment to Mars within five years.

Astronauts sent to the Red Planet via SpaceX in 2024 will then begin laying the foundation for the first Martian outpost.

Musk also unveiled plans for an updated version of his SpaceX fleet called the Interplanetary Transport System, or BFR for Big Falcon Rocket, a major redesign of the original booster and cabin.

The enormous but sleek BFR will be able to accommodate as many as 100 people per rocket. It will be used to establish a base on the moon, where many of the skills and technologies needed to plant a successful Martian colony will be tested.

For those who believe the Martian and moonbase phases of Musk’s dream will never make it out of drydock, the entrepreneur announced that the same rockets will be used for making jaunts between New York and Shanghai in less than 45 minutes.

If SpaceX succeeds, then it will be possible to fly to and from the most remote cities on the planet in less than an hour. It is expected to become a very lucrative funding source. All of this is very exciting, but there is reason to be skeptical that Musk’s timeline, especially as it pertains to Mars, is even possible.

Still, the world needs dreamers like Elon Musk. The most audacious explorers always come across as unrealistic until they succeed in doing what was previously thought impossible.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Destiny 2 – Weekly reset day, October schedule mystery, Iron Banner, first secret quest? | Gaming | Entertainment

Destiny 2 players have a big week ahead of them, as the weekly reset kicks off tomorrow as the October schedule remains a mystery.

Bungie in a blog post had revealed a Month One roadmap for the PS4, Xbox One and PC shooter ahead of the Destiny 2 release date in September.

However, the release schedule only revealed what would be taking in Destiny 2 up to week four – anything past that is currently unknown.

It’s leading to speculation that the first secret quest could take place in Destiny 2 as early as this week.

And the already confirmed return of Iron Banner is due to have a release date soon.

Express.co.uk has rounded up all we know so far about the Destiny 2 weekly reset, the October schedule, the return of the Iron Banner and the first secret quest.

WHEN IS THE DESTINY 2 WEEKLY RESET? WHAT WILL BE CHANGED?

The Destiny 2 weekly reset happens every Tuesday. Here are the times for the big weekly shake-up:

• 2am PT 

• 5am ET 

• 10am BST 

The official Destiny 2 weekly reset affects Nightfall Strikes and the ongoing Raid, and also acts as the countdown to complete these tasks.

If you complete them before the reset, you will have to wait until the following Tuesday to start them again and collect new rewards.

This is also when a lot of the game’s milestones get refreshed, which means weekly challenges, destination Flashpoints, call to arms, clan XP and clan XP rewards.

WHAT IS THE DESTINY 2 OCTOBER SCHEDULE?

So far, Bungie have not released an October schedule for Destiny 2.

The Destiny 2 released a roadmap for Guardians ahead of the game’s release back in September.

However, that only outlined what was going on during the first four weeks of Destiny 2 – everything past that is a mystery.

In that roadmap, every Tuesday when the weekly reset kicked in NightFall Strikes and Flashpoint destinations all got a shake-up.

While on Friday Xur would return and Trials of the Nine would get a refresh.

Last Tuesday saw the beginning of Faction Rallies, so it will be interesting to see what happens to mark the beginning of its second week.

WHEN WILL IRON BANNER RETURN TO DESTINY 2?

Bungie have already confirmed that Iron Banner will return to Destiny 2 in October.

However, the exact date for the return of the week-long PvP event is unknown.

In the original Destiny, Iron Banner had its own set of weapons and armour, which dropped at high gear levels and at a generous rate.

It made it one of the best grinding activities for Destiny players that wanted to level up.  

We expect that Iron Banner in Destiny 2 won’t deviate too far from the existing format of Crucible matches with level advantages enabled.

But it’s unclear if it Lord Saladin will return to for the event or if Lady Efrideet will continues to oversee proceedings.

Judging by trailers released so far from Bungie, it looks like Iron Banner in Destiny 2 could have a Samurai-style theme around it.

October will also see the Prestige difficulty hit the Leviathan Raids this month.

DESTINY 2 – WHEN WILL THE FIRST SECRET QUEST BE RELEASED? COULD IT HAPPEN THIS WEEK?

It’s rumoured that Destiny 2 fans could see the first secret quest revealed this week.

The seventh is a date that has long been favoured by Bungie, and fans are hoping October 7 will see the release of Destiny 2’s first secret quest. 

Fans believe the secret area during the 1AU mission in the main campaign will unlock for the special quest on Saturday.

A number of Guardians managed to break into this room thanks to in-game glitches.

However, it didn’t reveal anything more than a few enemies.

Bungie may reveal more details on the October schedule, as well as the return of Iron Banner and Destiny 2’s first secret quest in their blog this week.

Destiny 2 First Secret Quest Possibly Revealed This Week

For those long-term Bungie fans, many know that the Seventh has always been a date favored by the company. Typically their in-game launches take place on those dates, so it only makes sense that Destiny 2 players are sure that the first Secret Quest will be revealed on October 7th. Pair that with Bungie already confirming several big events on the way for October, the Secret Quest reveal seems all the more likely. Here’s why.

The first Iron Banner will be dropping this October alongside of a few other added in-game adventures. For those looking to take on the Leviathan Raid in a new fashion, the Prestige difficulty is also on its way this month. With the addition of the Secret Quests, many players that are bouncing around in the post-campaign content are looking forward to seeing what other new changes have been slated since the first Destiny hit.

Talking with other players, scouring the message forums, and our own personal take on Bungie’s usual style – here are some of the popular theories as to what the drop might look like for Secret Quest loot, and where it could take place.

The biggest theory that Destiny fans are bringing up is the secret area during the 1AU mission during the main campaign. The theory is that this room will unlock for the Special Quest, which is believed to be on October 7th. A few Guardians have already gotten a taste of this secret room through in-game glitches, but it didn’t reveal anything more than a few enemies. If this is anything like the Black Spindle mission in the first Destiny, if the room will house the new quest; it is possible that what is inside will be completely different.

The second most popular theory making its rounds concerns Io. The hope is that though the world quests seen on this planet end once Man of War is obtained, that with the Secret Quest opening up will bring back the ability to continue on for the quest to unlock an exotic linear fusion rifle.

Of the two, the first seems more likely, and more enjoyable, regarding more fleshed out content. Only a week to go to see if these theories prove correct and what else Bungie has in store for Guardians all over the world.

Also coming this week is a planned maintenance schedule for a few key hotfixes, including the ever present PlayStation 4 hiccups. For more on what’s targeted and when the period will take place, check out Bungie’s schedule here.

Destiny 2 is out now for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with a PC release slated for October 24th.