Destiny 2 has recently hit reset and that implies season pass holders get first to break at the spic and span Nessus Proving Grounds strike, one that makes them be humankind’s heroes going head to head against Caiatl’s Large Centurion as we attempt to get her to align with us against the Hive without constraining our chief to begin being classified “Bracus Zavala.”
Another Vanguard Strike mission is currently accessible for Destiny 2 season pass proprietors to play. Demonstrating Ground sees Commander Zavala sending a group of Guardians installed Empress Caiaitl’s Land Tank to address the Vanguard in a decent battle to the demise of her picked champion.
This Destiny 2 Strike is a vital piece of the superb Season of the Chosen story that Bungie has made and shapes the finale of the Challenger’s Proving VII questline during the current week. Any players that may be somewhat unaware of what’s going on with regards to Season of the Chosen’s story should make up for lost time prior to getting past the journey and Proving Ground.
The strike is clearly the primary new thing of the week, and indeed, it expects you to do another Battleground first before the mission triggers to run the strike. It happens inside Caiatl’s property tank and is blisteringly simple on ordinary, as all strikes are.
The underlying fragment happens outside in the last portion of the Nessus Battleground, where you’ll battle a miniboss with a vault safeguard. At that point inside, you’ll meander around, battle some indoor tanks, and afterward get a fragment where you’ll need to dunk two balls from the underside of the tank into ports that do… something. Primarily make the way for the last zone, and that is it. That is the strike.
The last standoff is essentially simply one more Battlegrounds manager experience. In reality, it’s considerably more limited, considering you don’t need to slaughter minibosses to move beyond the insusceptible stages, just more vault safeguards. Yet, I expect that will most likely change in the Nightfall variant.