A Destiny 2 player mentioned an old feature of the original game that could greatly improve the quality of life for players who were looking for daily legendary and lost master realms. These PvE events have been at the forefront of the community lately, as they’re literally the only events in Destiny 2 that make farming exotic gear possible. However, it’s important to note that The Lost Sector needs to be completed solo and on Master or Legendary difficulty.
With the launch of Beyond Light, Bungie has been adding new seasonal and expanded exotic armor pieces to these Lost Sectors as potential rewards. However, fans have noticed the incredibly low drop rates for these Destiny 2 exotics, leaving most wondering why these events end up requiring so much effort for so little reward. Not only that, but the more exotics you add to the game, the more targeted farming becomes harder as the reward pool expands. As players continue to provide feedback, one Destiny 2 player requests a small quality of life update that can make a big difference.
On the Destiny 2 subReddit, a user named Marpicek suggested a small but impactful quality of life update while trying to figure out where they were in the game for the day. Since the rotation is switching every day, Marpicek mentioned that it would be helpful to have an indicator on the Director to indicate where the Legend and Master Lost Sectors are. Another user named TheAsianCarp followed up and said that it would be nice if players could start the campaign directly from the track, instead of going to the destination first and running it there manually.
It’s been 3 years since Legendary LS launched and we still don’t see what planet they’re on in DestinyTheGame’s director by u/Marpicek Though it does make sense to have it in a Destiny 2 node like Vanguard, requesting a mirror of the original game Legacy functionality that exists in . As user ChimneyImps mentioned, Destiny 1 allows players to initiate any rotation activity directly from the Director screen using the bottom left button. While Lost Sectors didn’t exist at the time, Destiny features include daily and weekly hero events, Crucible tournaments, and other limited-time events.
Comment from u/ChimneyImps on Discussion It’s been 3 years since Legendary LS was introduced and we still can’t see what planet they’re on in DestinyTheGame’s director While there’s been a lot of discussion in the community around Lost Sectors and their rewards, Bungie did acknowledge the recent difficulty of these activities. In a recent blog post, the studio confirmed that Lost Sectors was originally designed to allow players to test their builds against “endgame”-style content while also earning exotic gear. It also shows that they’ve become less welcoming to new players, while being less reliable as target farms. Thankfully, the studio will continue to monitor the situation following the recent drop rate adjustment.
Destiny 2 is out now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.