Destiny 2: Beyond Light — How to find all Europa Lost Sectors

Destiny 2: Beyond Light
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Ever since the game was released in 2017, Lost Sectors have been a core part of each Destiny 2 patrol zone. Consisting of a battalion of enemies, the occasional light jumping puzzle, and an end room with a boss and a loot chest, these mini-dungeons provide players with a simple and repeatable way to grind for pieces of gear.

Europa, the location included in the new Beyond Light expansion, is no different than past locations. In fact, there are three full Lost Sectors available to play through and complete on the icy moon. A few of them are tied to some Beyond Light quests, and sometimes any of the three can be transformed into Legend or Master Lost Sectors that up the difficulty of the enemies and increase the rewards you get for completing them. Therefore, you're going to want to know how to access each of them. Here's our guide to where you can enter all three of Europa's Lost Sectors.

Destiny 2: Beyond Light Perdition Lost Sector

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The easiest of the three Lost Sectors to access is Perdition, located in the Cadmus Ridge region. Starting from the Charon's Crossing landing zone, ride your Sparrow on the left path until you reach Cadmus Ridge. On the horizon, you should see a Vex structure next to a massive icy cliff.

Travel forward over the rocky hill, directly to the base of the cliff. Once there, head left, hugging the cliffside as you go. Eventually, you will come across a small cave with a few enemies in it. Look to the cave's right, and you'll see a rock with the Lost Sector symbol painted gold on it. To this rock's right is a small opening between the cliffside and a rock that leads to the Perdition Lost Sector.

Destiny 2: Beyond Light Bunker E15 Lost Sector

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The Bunker E15 Lost Sector is only a short trip away from the Perdition one, so we'll head that way next. From the Cadmus Ridge area, travel north into the Eventide Ruins. Immediately in front of you and to the right, you'll see a massive building with yellow paint on the side. Once you see it, look towards the left edge of the structure for a blinking crimson light. This light is located at the entrance to the building, which is where you need to go.

Once you enter, jump up on some of the platforms above or to the left of you and then look right. You should notice an opening in a wall located behind some old computer servers. Hop over the servers and through the opening. From here, you can descend into the Bunker E15 Lost Sector.

Destiny 2: Beyond Light Concealed Void Lost Sector

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The final Lost Sector is Concealed Void, which is located in the Asterion Abyss area. From Charon's Crossing, ride your Sparrow on the right path until you come out into the Asterion Abyss. Immediately travel west and then slightly north, and then look northward. You should spot a cave opening where a huge Vex structure intersects with large ice formations.

Head into the cave slowly, hugging the left side and looking to the left as you go. Eventually, you'll come across a tiny opening with orange-red light coming out of it — head down this path to reach the Concealed Void Lost Sector.

Any questions?

Was this guide helpful? Are you still having trouble finding the Lost Sectors? Let us know. Also, don't miss our guide to power leveling effectively in Beyond Light, as well as our guide on all the Exotic weapons in Destiny 2: Beyond Light and how to get them.

Destiny 2: Beyond Light is available now on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One consoles, PlayStation 4 and 5, and Windows 10 PCs. It costs $40 but is also available through Xbox Game Pass. In fact, all of Destiny 2 is available through Game Pass, and if you haven't played it yet, I recommend it highly. It's easily one of the best Xbox One shooters out there.

Brendan Lowry

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