Where is the haunted forest in Destiny 2

Where is the haunted forest in Destiny 2

Bungie and Destiny 2 get into the Halloween spirit! The annual Festival of the Lost is back in the game , and you can engage in a whole new activity. It’s called The Haunted Forest, and you’ll be able to complete weekly challenges inside for Powerful Gear. It also features treasure caches to find, and you’ll face spooky enemies that haunt the area. It’s a relatively straightforward process to enter the area, which we’ll go through step by step in this guide.

How to find the haunted forest

To locate the Haunted Forest in Destiny 2, you’ll need to head to your director and search for the tower. Once you get there, head over to Eva Levante who is next to the big spooky tree and talk to her. She will give you a few options for the masks, choose the one you like and then put it on. You will then need to talk to the spider in The Tangled Shore. It will tell you that you must perform a Strike, Gambit, or Crucible to get a Cipher Decoder. Once you’ve obtained this item, you can then open your map on The Tower and search for the new blue node that has appeared there called the Haunted Forest!

Destiny 2 How to find the haunted forest

A dark instance of the Infinite Forest. Descend into its depths with a team of firefighters and see how far you can go before it disintegrates.

Now, you’ll want to be at least 750 power level to participate in the quest, but that’s a pretty low bar if you’ve been playing the game a lot lately. As you head into these modes, you will get the Candy currency, which can be used to purchase new cosmetics that are pretty sweet for your ghost, sparrows, and ships! You will get Candy by killing through the level, and at the end of the chests you will be able to open depending on how far you have traveled in the forest.

If you are unable to locate the area, you can check out this video tutorial:

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