Destiny 2 Duality Dungeon Armor | How to Get

Destiny 2 Duality Dungeon Armor

The new season of Destiny 2 has finally been released! And it’s come with a few spicy additions to add to endgame content. Not only are there new quests and areas to poke around in, but there is a brand new full dungeon! The Duality raid is very creative, so it can be fun to run through. However, if you’re wondering how to get the new armor set in Destiny 2, then you’re not alone. This guide will go over how to obtain the Duality Dungeon Armor set in Destiny 2.

How to Get Duality Dungeon Armor in Destiny 2

Destiny 2 Duality Dungeon Armor

As of the release of the most recent patch, the Duality Dungeon Armor is, unfortunately, a completely random drop from the Duality Dungeon. This armor can drop from any fight, though it is most common from the final fight of the raid. Artifice Armor, which offers another upgrade slot, will only drop from Master Difficulty encounters, which have a recommended Light Level of 1590.

Unsurprisingly, the Duality Dungeon Armor is some of the best armor that you can find in Destiny 2. The base, standard armor has very good stats that will work you towards the 1,590 Light Level required for Master difficulty.

The Duality Dungeon Armor is called the Deep Explorer set. Each class has five pieces, as usual. Because of this, you’ll want to gather all of the pieces if your goal is to pump your Light Level.

The Artifice Armor comes with a mod socket for Artifact mods. These mods are insanely strong and are a strict upgrade for every single class. However, you will have to play Master difficulty if you want to take some cracks at this set.

You may want to get some Triumphs to bump up your drop rate. The triumphs for this dungeon are Solo mode, Master difficulty, and find the 12 hidden memories scattered throughout the dungeon.

We wish you luck with your hunt to find all pieces of the Deep Explorer Artifice Armor set! If you’re a returning player to Destiny 2, these guides might help you find some more info!

Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.