For players who loved knocking about the purple ball in the first Destiny, this is a silly but delightful throwback. I don't have time to explain. There's also other secrets too, including Tower secret room and - the latter we go through in detail in that prior link. Not to mention offer a theory of what the items in the room may mean for Destiny's past - and future. This reminds us of all the times we hid under a deck from the Archon Priest in the first game. For those who aren't prepared to go to all of this trouble though, we thought it might be a nice idea to pull together all of the easter eggs and secrets that have been uncovered by the community. The best way we found is to take it to the right on the upper level to avoid all the other unhelpful Guardians, then only drop down when you have to.
Anyway, you could play the song in the original Destiny via a jukebox in the Tower lounge, and in the console beta, players discovered that it reappears in Destiny 2. Once you have done all four colours, the Tower ball will spawn. Once you've reached his side, you should be able to look across the Hangar to the welder above the entrance - and note the railway between your location and his, specifically the gap in the railing to the right of the entrance. Now that he's passed, you can pay your respects by visiting an Easter egg dropped in his honor. Head up the staircase to the right and cross towards the first welder, and you'll be able to spot a gap in the opposite catwalk's railing. A closed door at the start of the level has the symbol of Vault of Glass, the first Raid in the original Destiny. Simply shoot them off and claim them as your own.
One of a trio of possible locations will then be illuminated, challenging players to pick their way to the finish line without coming into contact with the concrete floor of the Tower. If you want details on its locations, check out. Rest in pieces, North Tower. You know, just to check. We'll have to wait and see! Destiny 2 Tower Secrets — Giant Ball, Secret Room, Lava Buff, Soccer Field Giant Ball in the Tower If you kick the purple ball around the Tower, it can grow to an impressive size.
On top of that, the beta also includes a number of Easter eggs and secrets for eagle-eyed Guardians to discover. Two Xbox One players have posted evidence of blue engrams dropping from the boss at the end of the Inverted Spire strike, in incidents so rare that they are apparently bugs. Proceed to the right, but hop the railing down onto the parallel pipes a set of bright white lights marks the spot to make the jump. Use the slanted platform to your left from where you enter the social space, then jump off to the left, and you'll see it resting on some crates. While it might take a while to see all that has to offer, people are already unearthing plenty of Easter eggs and secrets. But short version: there's some hidden checkpoints that you can race through to unlock a Farm-specific speed and jump boost you can use to explore further. Paul McCartney's awful song survived the onslaught.
That's all we have for now - as soon as more secrets are uncovered we'll update this guide with all the latest details. Something about all this seems. This is a nice quality-of-life change that veterans in particular will appreciate. Looking straight ahead, another welder should be visible on another overhead catwalk directly opposite the entrance. It's actually a sequence of four different balls, all possessing different weights, and all required to be kicked into a specific place to unlock the next in the chain. Blue Engrams Almost all of the loot that dropped in the Destiny 2 beta was legendary purple gear in a final non-engram state… almostall. Cayde-6 is brutally killed, and much of the campaign revolves around tracking down and exacting retribution on the faction that destroyed your beloved Hunter mascot.
The Inverted Spire Strike on Nessus has a huge free-roam area with some mysterious features. First, load into the Farm, then climb the transmission tower - it's the tall aerial looking building. Think of it less as getting it to the destination and more as a series of small steps. Blue ball goal The final ball has to go all the way forward to the catwalk that stretches between Commander Zavala and Lord Shaxx. It looks like the sequel is doubling down on this, with Redditors finding and sharing several easter eggs and secrets from the console beta. Since this is a Vex stronghold, perhaps we should be surprised to see this door, found by wolfahmader. Follow them around until you can see this balcony tucked away.
This one can be a little tricky. If you head to the Hangar, then go behind the Dead Orbit headquarters, you can take the stairs behind two levels up. Once it reaches its destination, fireworks will appear and the Ball will fade out, spawning the next colour back at the spawn point. The Modular Mind has mastered erasing the floor in the final boss fight, at least. You'll be given a prompt to unlock a special scouting mission unlike any you've tried before.
It's a nod to the dutiful little robot that swept the corridor to the Hanger for three years. It can't be understated how many hours we put into watching ships land in the hangar. Keep in mind the original Destiny beta had weapons to find in the environment, such as the rocket launcher under the waterfall heading to the Forgotten Shore. In Destiny 2 there's now a handy tracker to see just how many people are doing it. Community has centred around the idea that this door will somehow lead to a Lost Sector. References to her are related to time travel so either this is a throwback to some old lore, or maybe setting up her arrival in this time period.
This could explain why the instanced version of this area is lacking chests and secrets to find outside of those features being removed for a beta. Two possible Lost Sectors And now, time for some good old-fashioned geometry glitching. . How it works is you must move each Ball from its spawn point to a different goal within the Tower. It doesn't matter what order they're achieved in, so players can leap to the water wheel from the nearby tent to complete 'Wheel Boost' for 2X Sentry Ranks, then run across the wires connecting to the farmhouse and complete 'Vertigo' in the process, or vice versa. Doing so will trigger the Floor is Lava mini-game.
This Easter egg will unlock a higher jump so you can explore the Farm's higher nooks and crannies a little easier, and was posted to by Destiny fan myndit. Now, when you make this final turn at the blue light, take a moment to note your overhead surroundings. Ghost said in Destiny 1, and he says it again in Destiny 2 because thems the rules. . It's almost certainly a little call out to the long running online fan comic of the same name. Getting inside is tricky, and requires going across catwalks and through vents. Players were quick to spot the corpse on the ground and the Easter Egg was quickly spread online.