Today we explain how to find the Skydock IV Lost Sector location in Destiny 2. The Skydock IV Lost Sector is a component of the Legend/Master rotation during Destiny 2‘s Season of Plunder. However, discovering it can be challenging for players who haven’t spent enough time exploring the European Dead Zone (EDZ) region.
The Lost Sector is located in the level’s Sunken Isles area, although there isn’t a visible route because the main route was a part of the now-shuttered Red War tale campaign. We’ll discuss how to locate Skydock IV in this Destiny 2 tutorial and how to travel to the Sunken Isles in the EDZ.
How to Find the Skydock IV Lost Sector Location?
In the Gulch area of the EDZ, begin looking for the Skydock IV Lost Sector. If you haven’t yet unlocked the fast travel point, you can go west to Firebase Hades and then north and east to get to the Gulch. You can also go west after heading north of the Sludge.
Make your way into the Tunnels once you’ve reached the Gulch. Go down into the waterway and to the left to the huge open space from the Gulch quick travel station at the top of the cliff. A round aperture in the cliffside can be found on the region’s northern border. Go in.
Although you can take only one path in these tunnels, it may look like there are more when you come to a junction. When you first enter a room, Cabal will be in a little building to your right.
Ignore them and keep going through the tunnels; you’ll eventually come to a big space where Cabal is wandering about. There is another aperture on the opposite side. Strike out for it.
On your route to the opening, you’ll pass a close door on the left. Ignore that and keep moving forward into the tunnels. You won’t encounter any more detours on your way to the Sunken Isles if you go straight.
The structure under the enormous Isles-native ship houses the Skydock IV Lost Sector. From the tunnel exit, turn west to reach another tunnel that runs beneath the ship.
A few Cabal will patrol from a platform on the western side. Clear them out or walk around them to the doorway at the back of the room, descend, and then walk through the passageways to the next open door.
You will finally arrive at Skydock IV as the hallway closes. To access the activity when it appears in the Legend/Master rotation, be sure to finish it.
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Destiny 2’s story
Humanity once came into contact with the Traveler, a mysterious alien being. The Traveler, a massive floating orb, contributed to the dawning of humanity’s Golden Age by disseminating the knowledge that enabled us to explore the galaxy, settle distant planets, and create the kind of technology that allowed us to advance as a civilization quickly.
But as with all good things, the Traveler finally gave way to its adversary, the equally enigmatic and wholly destructive force known as the Darkness. Things gradually deteriorated, and by the time the Traveler appeared to have sacrificed itself to ward off the Darkness, there was hardly any of the human species left.
Fortunately (for humanity), the Traveler had completed one final task before using up all of its remaining resources. After defeating the Darkness, the Traveler disseminated its life power, or “Light,” in the form of tiny, seemingly intelligent “ghosts” that sought out the best, recently departed protectors of humanity and revived them as “Guardians.”
They were responsible for guarding the human race and the Traveler’s remains. The headquarters of the Guardians is “the City,” the final bastion of humanity, somewhere on Earth, under the shadow of the Traveler, now a floating, lifeless orb. The Traveler has presumably been inactive for ages, not dead.