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How to Find the Vex Incursion Zone in Destiny 2 Lightfall

Finally a clear answer.

by Jesse Vitelli

Destiny 2 is packed with different locations and setpieces you’ll need to uncover and work your way through the game. However, it’s not always clear where an area is or how you access it. Waypoints can sometimes be more confusing than just trying to navigate without them. Here is how to find the Vex Incursion Zone in Destiny 2 Lightfall.

How to Find the Vex Incursion Zone in Destiny 2 Lightfall

The Vex Incursion Zone is an area on Neptune with a high Vex concentration, but here’s the thing; it rotates. The zone will change once per day, and the falling colorful rain indicates the indication for where it is in Neomuna on a specific area on the map.

For instance, if you’re playing on March 2, 2023, when this guide is written, the Vex Incursion zone is found in Liming Harbor. Below is an image showing the rainbow animation you’re looking for to determine the zone’s location.

It isn’t marked as clearly as much of the other content in the game. If you’re trying to complete the Maelstrom quest, you’ll need to locate the Vex Incursion Zone, and it can take forever to find if you don’t know this handy trick for determining where it is.

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Hopefully, this helps clarify where you can find the Vex Incursion Zone in Destiny 2’s expansion Lightfall. There is a ton of stuff to do to prepare for the raid. We have many helpful guides on everything you need in Destiny 2. Be sure to check out how to unlock the additional landing zones in Neomuna. This will help tremendously when you’re trying to get around the city quickly, especially when grinding out patrols or public events. Keep it handy.

Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him chipping away at his ever-expanding backlog of JRPGS or staring at his massive Amiibo collection.