Destiny 2 The Final Shape Broken Deep Lost Sector
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How to Find Broken Deep Lost Sector in Destiny 2

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There are three new Deep Lost Sectors in The Final Shape expansion for Destiny 2 and players will have to go through each one as part of the expansion’s campaign. Here is how to find the Broken Deep Lost Sector in Destiny 2.

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How to Find Broken Deep Lost Sector in Destiny 2 The Final Shape

Destiny 2 The Final Shape Broken Deep Lost Sector
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The Broken Deep Lost Sector can be found in The Impasse area within the Pale Heart, The Traveler zone. Destiny 2 players will need to own The Final Shape expansion to access any of these areas.

This Lost Sector is in the southern section of The Impasse area and is somewhat hidden by the mountainside. Just travel south of the highway until you come across several jagged rocks within their own group.

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The Lost Sector symbol will be etched onto one of the rocks, just above a purple band. The group of rocks will be at the base of a rocky path that will lead players around the mountain to a giant hole in the mountain. This will be the entrance to the Lost Sector.

The Broken Deep Lost Sector starts with a very orange room full of enemies and no obvious door to the next section of the mini-dungeon. One of the corners of the room will have a large orange cube with a beacon of light above it. Players will have to jump on the cube and then into the hole in the ceiling where the light is coming from. There will be a ledge that will lead to the next section.

Destiny 2 The Final Shape Broken Deep Lost Sector
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This Lost Sector is also notable for its numerous energy pulses placed in several of the rooms. These black and white pulses can bounce players away into pits or walls if the timing is not right. Be sure to pay attention to these pulses as you will fight enemies while dealing with them.

For more on Destiny 2: The Final Shape expansion, please check out our guide on how to fix potential audio issues for the PC version.


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