How to Get Treasure Coordinates in Destiny 2 Season of Plunder

Breaking down how to gain Treasure Coordinates in Destiny 2 Season of Plunder!

Destiny 2’s eighteenth season, Season of Plunder, is off to a merry start. Guardians are on their way sailing through space in order to stop Eramis after she was broken free from her icy prison. There’s a lot of new content to engage in, whether it be the new modes or new weapons, that’ll keep you busy for quite some time. Season of Plunder has also introduced a new form of in-game currency known as Treasure Coordinates that’ll aid your quest to power up faster, and in case you don’t know where to find them, here’s what you need to know on how to get Treasure Coordinate’s in Season of Plunder.

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How to Get Treasure Coordinates

Treasure Coordinates can be earned by completing activities in Destiny 2 such as Gambit, Strikes, Crucible, Lost Sectores, and other side quests.

Destiny 2 Treasure Coordinates in Battle Pass
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When completing activities, you’ll receive anywhere from 15 to 40 Treasure Coordinates, with the higher-end activities granting you more upon completion. You can also earn a slight bonus to your earn rate if you have Ketchkiller armor pieces which breaks down to about 5% gain per armor piece for a total of a 20% boost. You can also gain 50 Treasure Coordinates by reaching level 70 in the premium track of the Season 18 battle pass.

Treasure Coordinates can be held in stacks of 325 and are combined with Map Fragments. Head on over to the Captain’s Atlas in your quest log, and you’ll be able to fuse the two resources to make a map. Take the newly forged map to an Expedition activity, and you’ll get a reward for completing the mission depending on the map you forged.

That’s everything you need to know on how to get Treasure Coordinates in Season of Plunder. There’s a lot to do with this season, and we have you covered with plenty of guides and resources to make it easy for you. On the topic of Treasure Coordinates, be sure to check out how to get Map Fragments or how to run Expeditions when you’re ready to turn in your newly forged maps.


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