Destiny 2 is now in Week 4 of Season of the Chosen, and as was the case with previous weeks, that means that there is a new set of Seasonal Challenges for fans to complete. The Seasonal Challenges will have Destiny 2 players once again completing Battlegrounds, but also exploring Lost Sectors, fighting it out in the Crucible, and taking on some of the most difficult Strike challenges.
Those who have been making it a point to complete all of the Destiny 2 Seasonal Challenges each week should be ready to just focus on Week 4, but it should be noted that the Mayhem playlist is back in the Crucible this week as well. There was a Destiny 2 Week 1 Seasonal Challenge for getting Super kills in Mayhem, so those who didn't do that while Mayhem was available the first time around should definitely make it a point to get done with it now. Bungie will almost certainly swap out Mayhem next week, after all.
The Destiny 2 Week 4 challenges are quite a bit more difficult than previous weeks, but that makes sense as Guardians should be much more powerful than they were at the start of Season 13. With that in mind, here is what Destiny 2 players will need to do if they hope to complete all of the Week 4 Seasonal Challenges.
Previous versions of Contender's Ascent were mainly focused on introducing Destiny 2 players to new Battlegrounds. There is no new Battleground map this week, but the Contender's Ascent IV is super-sized to make up for it. To get started, go to War Table at the HELM and then start completing each step of the quest. It will start by having players collect Cabal Gold, socket their Hammer of Proving, and then complete a Battlegrounds through the playlist like usual, but then things become a little different.
After a conversation with The Crow, players will then be sent to the Asterion Abyss on Europa to find Vex Memory Fragments. They will then need to complete the Perdition Lost Sector in Cadmus Ridge on Europa, followed by The Pit Lost Sector, found in the European Dead Zone. That will get Destiny 2 players all the way to Step 8 of Challenger's Proving IV, which asks them to get kills in Legion's Anchor in the European Dead Zone, with bonus progress earned by getting grenade, grenade launcher, and rocket launcher kills.
The next step is to complete the Skydock IV Lost Sector in the European Dead Zone, and then players simply need to return to the HELM to have some chats with The Crow and Lord Saladin. The whole time that they are doing these objectives, players should make it a point to use their sniper rifles as much as possible since they will also need to kill at least 50 Cabal using a sniper rifle if they want to finish up this particular Seasonal Challenge.
As with previous weeks, this challenge stacks, and once again, it's all about amassing a certain amount of Cabal Gold. This time around, players need to get 400 Cabla Gold, so the requirement has been going up by about 100 each week. The quickest way to get Cabal Gold is usually by doing Strikes, but it's better to save this challenge for the end of the week. Doing the other challenges will help players get Cabal Gold, and then if there's still some left to get after finishing those up, then players can start grinding for the gold.
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