It’s a big week for Destiny 2 players; Bungie’s live event showcased upcoming content for Year 4, and this week also saw the release of Season of Arrival. There’s a lot of new stuff to get into in Destiny 2, including tons of new gear and content to check out. Here’s where the Prophecy location is in Destiny 2, and how you can start this new dungeon.
Destiny 2 Prophecy Location
Prophecy is a new dungeon that got announced during yesterday’s live stream, and it’s now available in the game. The game never explicitly tells you how to get to it, though, so if you were wondering where the Prophecy location is, we’ve got you covered.
You can actually attempt the dungeon as soon as you boot up the game and get started in the Season of Arrival. Bring up your directory and check the Tower map, then look in the lower left corner to find Prophecy. Just click on the icon and select the Launch option, and you’ll be on your way.
Because it’s a dungeon, you can only bring a fireteam of three people total with you. In addition to that, do note that this dungeon has a recommended Power level of 1,040, which means that it’s going to be tough and you’ll probably need to grind levels a bit if you even want a chance of surviving in there.
We’ve included a screenshot down below of the directory to show where exactly the icon is:
Like all other dungeons in Destiny 2 so far, this one functions like a mini raid where you’ll have to deal with some light mechanics, and eventually be rewarded with loot at the end of it.
That’s all you need to know about the Prophecy location in Destiny 2 and how to start the new dungeon. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips and information on the game.
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