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Destiny 2 Leviathan, Eater of Worlds raid lair guide: Hidden chest

Everybody likes exotic chests, but this one is a pain to collect

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It wouldn’t be a Destiny raid without a hidden chest with a chance to drop exotics. Well, Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris’ Eater of Worlds raid lair doesn’t disappoint. This chest can be kind of a pain and requires you to do some very accurate falling (with style).

After clearing the Reactor, taking down the Loyalists and hiding behind the walls in the piston room, Calus will launch you out of a literal cannon. You will now be floating alongside a lot of different Nessus pieces. Use your controls to move around the pieces, trying not to get hit.

Once you start going down, you’ll need to avoid more planet pieces. However, you may notice some fun looking rings with red lights in them. Time to fly.

The goal here is to drop through each of these rings until all of them have white lights instead of red. There are seven rings. Collecting all of these will probably take several attempts, so don’t get too frustrated. If you make it to the bottom alive with more rings to grab, simply throw yourself into the abyss and start again. They don’t to be reset.

If you need help hitting the rings, try having your Warlocks and Titans feather their jets a little to control themselves better. You can slow yourself down a bit at the top of the fall, and your jump ability will have recharged a bit by the end of the fall.

Once you’ve lit all seven rings, a chest will appear on the landing platform.

If you have acquired all the rings and the chest doesn’t spawn, wipe your fireteam. All six players should then reenter the cannon and fly down. Make sure to hit at least one ring during this drop. As long as all seven rings were previously lit, you should get the chest spawn notification from this.

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