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Destiny 2: How to Complete Challenges, Where They Are, & What They Are


Destiny 2: How to Complete Challenges, Where They Are, & What They Are

The guide below is for how to see your tracked pursuit challenges in Destiny 2, if you’re looking for where pursuits went in Season of Opulence visit here: Where Pursuits Are Located

Update: If you’re wondering about completing challenges for the Season of Opulence quest line here is the info you need. When the game is referring to challenges, they are talking about your weekly challenges such as completing bounties for Ikora and completing weapon frames for Ada. Complete any of those weekly vendor challenges to progress in the quest.

The easiest ones would likely be Flashpoint and/or completing the weekly challenge for Tess if you haven’t already.

How to Complete Challenges in Destiny 2

Destiny 2 adds a whole lot more stuff to the already beloved games. There’s quite a bit for players to do each day, and challenges are one such thing that can take up a guardian’s time within the game. Basically, they are essentially the new bounties you have while exploring the different worlds within the game. Here’s how to get challenges and complete them in Destiny 2.

Challenges given out by each planet’s respective NPC, although you don’t have to actually go to them. When you spawn in each day, the challenges will appear on the right side of your screen when you have your Ghost out (tap the touchpad on PS4 or the menu button on Xbox One).

Challenges are available from early on in your time with the game, so you should definitely take advantage of them in order to speed up the leveling up of a planet’s vendor and earning yourself some useful loot. To complete them, simply do exactly what they say to do. These range from killing a certain amount of enemies, to public events, to completing Lost Sectors in specific parts of the map. Although they’re called Challenges, they’re never actually overly challenging, so make sure to run through them whenever you first hop into Destiny 2.

Upon completion, you’ll earn some rewards, usually in the form of the planet’s specific Tokens. Those tokens can be used to level up the vendor and in turn net you some Legendary items. So there’s really no reason not to do these. So get out there, Guardian, Destiny 2 needs you.

That does it for how to complete challenges in Destiny 2! For more on Destiny 2, check out our wiki. If you have another, specific question that we can help ya out with, let us know what it is in the comments down below! We’ll make a guide for it, promise!

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