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Destiny 2: Legend (& Master) Veles Labyrinth Lost Sector Guide

The Veles Labyrinth Lost Sector in Destiny 2 is can prove to be a challenging solo experience on Legend or Master difficulty. Fortunately, Guardians can easily complete this Lost Sector without worrying about running out of time or lives, so long as they have the right loadout. Additionally, completing the activity quickly will make it easier for players to grab Exotic armor pieces that are locked behind Lost Sectors.

Similar to the Extraction Lost Sector on Legend or Master difficulty, the Veles Labyrinth features an Arc Burn that allows Guardians to deal and receive an extra 50% Arc damage. Additionally, both difficulties will feature the Fire Pit, Champion Foes, Equipment Locked, Match Game, Limited Revives, and Shielded Foes modifiers that make the solo challenge much more difficult. The Fire Pit mod creates pools of fire at the feet of defeated Acolytes, and Shielded Foes brings Arc and Solar shielded enemies.

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Both versions of the Lost Sector have Barrier and Unstoppable Champions. The Master version of Veles Labyrinth in Destiny 2 brings some additional Mission Modifiers, such as Chaff and Champions Mob. Chaff completely disables the Radar while Champions Mob ensures that more Barrier and Unstoppable Champions will be in greater numbers.

Guardians should consider using these armor mods in Destiny 2. Additionally, focus on increasing the Guardian’s Discipline Character Stat with armor mods.

Additionally, these weapons will help make the Veles Labyrinth Lost Sector in Destiny 2 easier to complete on Legend or Master difficulty.

Utilizing the Arc subclass, Warlocks, Titans, and Hunters should consider these Supers, Exotic armors pieces, and abilities.

As one of the best Linear Fusion Rifles in Destiny 2, Arbalest is an absolute must for this Lost Sector because there are Barrier Champions everywhere in the narrow catacombs of the Veles Labyrinth. Additionally, there are only a couple of Hive Wizards that have Solar shields, so Arbalest can quickly take care of those if players bring an Arc Hand Cannon or Pulse Rifle without Adaptive Munitions. Furthermore, all enemies are really close together in this Lost Sector, so using the Pulse or Arcbolt Grenades can make quick work of the Thralls, spawning more Arc Wells with the Elemental Ordnance and Bountiful Wells armor mods. Demolitionist and Adrenaline Junkie are the ideal perks here because they synergize with the Arc Grenades, but all aforementioned weapon perks are useful for the Legend and Master Veles Labyrinth in Destiny 2.

Some players may opt for a Void 3.0 build for Hunters in Destiny 2, but, at the very least, all Guardians should have an Arc Power Weapon equipped. The Arc Burn is just too good not to take advantage of in this Lost Sector, and it will serve both Titans and Warlocks well with their incredibly powerful Supers. Despite the Chaos Reach nerfs, the Arc Burn in combination with Geomag Stabilizers will make quick work of the final boss and all accompanying enemies that spawn with them.

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Destiny 2 is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Google Stadia platforms.

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