This came in the form of the Iron Banner rework and Trials of Osiris tweak, a new Crucible map, new cosmetic goodies, and more. It also introduced the Duality Dungeon, a Moon-based dungeon that has players return to the Derelict Leviathan under the direct orders of Eris Morn, one that has players scrambling to get in.
For those players struggling to get into the Duality Dungeon, we've got you covered.
How to start the Duality Dungeon in Destiny 2
In order for Guardians to enter the Duality Dungeon, they'll first have to start the "A Single Thread" quest. Although it sounds simple, players have been struggling to start it, something that Bungie has acknowledged.
Most quests in the game have an indicator on the Destination tabs of the Director, however, that's not the case for A Single Thread. The quest requires players to zoom in on the Tower and look over Hawthorne's head for the indicator.
This quest can be started by going to Hawthorne in the Tower. Once there, Guardians can just pick up the quest and launch to the new dungeon directly from the Moon.
Duality Dungeon's recommended Power levels are 1550 for the base difficulty and 1590 for Master difficulty. It's also a dungeon that Guardians can attempt solo.
What loot does the Duality Dungeon drop?
Now that you know how to get into the Duality Dungeon and have presumably found some buddies or plan to go in solo, you can start eyeing down its loot.
The game's fifth dungeon offers a plethora of loot options ranging from one Legendary armor set per class, to Exotic weapons, Catalysts, and accessories.
Here's the full rundown of the Duality Dungeon's loot:
- One Legendary Armor Set Per Class
- Artifice Versions can also be acquired via Master Difficulty
- Four Legendary New Weapons
- Two Legendary Reprised Weapons
- One Exotic Weapon
- One Exotic Catalyst
- One Exotic Accessory (Ship or Sparrow)
- Two Legendary Emblems
Additionally, the armor sets can be viewed on the Collections page under the Endgame tab and go by the "Deep Explorer Suit" for all classes.