Destiny 2 Forsaken: How to Hunt Barons & Where to Find Them

How to Hunt Barons in Destiny 2 Forsaken and Where to Find Them

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Destiny 2 Forsaken gives Guardians a chance to give this largely divisive game another shot. Cayde-6 might be gone, but all the new stuff included is enough to make us heal faster, right? With this new expansion, players will take on new enemies, meet new allies, go through new storylines, and – of course- in typical Destiny fashion, get way more loot. Barons are the new big bads you’ll come across during your playtime that can be hunted down 1 by 1 as retribution for what happened to Cayde-6. Here’s how to hunt Barons in Destiny 2 Forsaken.

First, what you have to do is as as simple as continuing through the missions that this new expansion throws at you. Don’t fret just yet if you have no idea who or where the heck Barons even are. You haven’t gotten that far yet.

After completing the first two missions for the story, though, and after having helped Petra in the Tangled Shore, you’ll be asked to complete five bounties there in this new location from your brand new ally. Upon completing those previously said bounties, you will be given information about the location of the Baron’s hideout. This will also lead to another mission for you to do, by the way.

After completing that mission, most of these specific enemies can the be targeted one through adventure missions on the Tangled Shore. Simply partake in these adventure missions and you’ll be able to hunt Barons one by one leading to of course, good ol’ Uldren.

That’s how you’re going to be able to hunt Barons in Destiny 2 Forsaken! For more help with the game, why not check out our constantly changing wiki full of guides? If you’d rather ask a direct question, leave it down below and we’ll do our best to help you.

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