What is the Destiny 2 Lost Sector rotation?

Here’s where you can find the Legendary and Master Lost Sector in Destiny 2 every day, as well as what the rewards will be for each one.

Exodus Garden 2A in Destiny 2, a Lost Sector location

What is today’s Lost Sector in Destiny 2? Before you can take on Legend Lost Sectors, you need to complete all the normal Lost Sectors first. If you don’t, the new Legend Lost Sectors will not appear on the map. Each day, the location, modifiers, and rewards rotate out for something new.

While many Destiny 2 exotics can be bought from Xûr or even in the world loot pool, the Destiny 2 Exotics in these special Lost Sector instances cannot, forcing players to explore these dangerous areas if they want the best equipment available. It’s important to remember that exotic drops are not guaranteed after completing these quests, so you may have to run through the same Lost Sector multiple times. You can go through the quests in the free PC game with a fireteam, but your rewards will be reduced to Enhancement Cores only.

Destiny 2 Legend and Master Lost Sector rotation

Here is the current Destiny 2 Lost Sector rotation:

Date Lost Sector Location Reward Champions
16 January Concealed Void Europa Head Barrier, Overload
17 January Thrilladome Neomuna Legs Barrier, Overload
18 January Gilded Precept Neomuna Arms Barrier, Unstoppable
19 January Scavenger’s Den EDZ Chest Barrier, Overload
20 January Skydock IV EDZ Head Barrier, Unstoppable
21 January The Quarry EDZ Legs Barrier, Unstoppable

As of Lightfall, Destiny 2 has introduced a series of Threats, which grant 25% more damage to your Guardian from a specific element. The Lost Sector changes daily via a rotation schedule and resets at 9am PST / noon EST / 5pm GMT daily.

To access Legend and Master Lost Sectors, players must have completed the Lost Sector in the game on normal difficulty. They also must have a minimum Power Level of 1800.

Legend Lost Sectors have a rare chance to drop Exotic loot upon completion, while the chance improves to common for Master Lost Sectors. However, players must complete the Lost Sectors solo for the best chance at these drops.

Players should always be prepared to face Overload, Barrier, and Unstoppable Champions in these Lost Sectors. Upon finding the Lost Sector on the game map, you can see what types of Champions you need to plan to fight and the elemental burn that impacts the Lost Sector.

Note that you can farm these activities, so if you don’t get an Exotic the first time, you can try it again. Below, you’ll find the Exotic armor pieces that may drop whenever you complete a Legend or Master Lost Sector.

How to find today’s Lost Sector

To find the Destiny 2 Lost Sector you should first select the planet or area it is located in, and then search the map for the Lost Sector symbol. 

This will only show up if you have completed the Lost Sector on normal difficulty at least once. The Lost Sector changes each day at 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 6PM GMT.

Destiny 2 Lost Sector rewards


  • Helmet: Fallen Sunstar, Dawn Chorus
  • Legs: Rain of Fire, Secant Filaments, Boots of the Assembler
  • Arms: Osmiomancy Gloves, Nothing Manacles, Necrotic Grip
  • Chest: Mantle of Battle Harmony


  • Helmet: Loreley Splendor, Precious Scars
  • Legs: The Path of Burning Steps
  • Arms: Point-Contact Cannon Brace, Second Chance, No Backup Plans, Icefall Mantle
  • Chest: Hoarfrost-Z, Cuirass of the Falling Star


  • Helmet: Blight Ranger, Mask of Bakris
  • Legs: Radiant Dance Machines, Star-Eater Scales,
  • Arms: Caliban’s Hand, Renewal Grasps, Arthrys’s Embrace
  • Chest: Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk, Omnioculus

That’s all we have for the Legend and Master Lost Sector locations in Destiny 2. For more help ticking off those weeklies, you can also check out our guides to the best Warlock builds for PvP and PvE, the best Hunter Builds for PvP and PvE, and the best Titan builds for PvP and PvE to customize your character for the best chance at surviving these Lost Sectors.