Lost Sector

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Symbol of a Lost Sector

Lost Sectors are a type of PvE activity that were introduced in Destiny 2. They consist of a hidden dungeon or side area that contains a large number of enemies, a boss enemy, and an unlockable treasure chest.[1] Lost Sectors can be identified by a symbol that appears near its entrance, but the difficulty of actually locating the entrance will vary. Killing the boss inside the Lost Sector unlocks the chest, which will always contain some Glimmer, at least one piece of equipment and a Token for that planet.[2] With update 2.0.0 and the release of Forsaken, Lost Sectors no longer grant Tokens upon looting.[3] Lost Sectors can be completed an infinite number of times and automatically repopulate after being exited.

Legendary Lost Sectors[edit]

Legendary Lost Sectors were an activity available during Season of the Worthy. They were accessed through a console situated next to Rasputin's screens within each Seraph Bunker once that bunker was cleared for the day. Offering significantly higher difficulty than regular Lost Sectors, they featured modifiers and Champions, similar to Nightfall: The Ordeal.

List of Lost Sectors[edit]

European Dead Zone, Earth[edit]

The European Dead Zone holds 16 Lost Sectors.

New Pacific Arcology, Titan[edit]

The New Pacific Arcology holds 3 Lost Sectors.

Arcadian Valley, Nessus[edit]

The Arcadian Valley holds 5 Lost Sectors.

Echo Mesa, Io[edit]

Echo Mesa holds 3 Lost Sectors.

Fields of Glass, Mercury[edit]

Fields of Glass holds 1 Lost Sector.

Hellas Basin, Mars[edit]

Hellas Basin holds 2 Lost Sectors.

The Tangled Shore, The Reef[edit]

The Tangled Shore holds five Lost Sectors.

The Dreaming City, The Reef/Ascendant realm[edit]

The Dreaming City holds 3 Lost Sectors.

Ocean of Storms, Moon[edit]

The Moon holds 4 Lost Sectors.

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