What is the Destiny 2 Legendary Lost Sector today?

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

Are you looking for Destiny 2 Legendary Lost Sector locations 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 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 with a fireteam, but your rewards will be reduced to Enhancement Cores only.

Destiny 2 Legend and Master Lost Sector location and schedule

Here is the Legend and Master Lost Sector schedule:

Date Location Lost Sector Reward
16 January Throne World Extraction Helmet
17 January Dreaming City Chamber of Starlight Legs
18 January The Moon Aphelion’s Rest Arms
19 January The Moon K1 Logistics Chest
20 January The Moon K1 Crew Quarters Helmet
21 January The Moon K1 Revelation Legs
22 January The Moon K1 Communication Arms
23 January Europa Bunker E15 Chest
24 January Europa Concealed void Helmet

In order 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 1510 to be able to find them on the map.

The game recommends a 1570 Power Level for Legend Lost Sectors and 1600 for Master Lost Sectors. Legend Lost Sectors have a rare chance to drop Exotic loot upon completion, while the chance improves to common for Legend Lost Sectors. However, players must complete the Lost Sectors solo for the best chance at these drops.

Players should also be prepared to face Overload, Barrier, and Unstoppable Champions in these Lost Sectors. Upon finding the Lost Sector on the game map, you’ll be able to see what types of Champions you’ll need to plan to fight as well as the elemental burn that will impact the Lost Sector.

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

Warlock

  • 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

Titan

  • 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

Hunter

  • 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 customise your character for the best chance at surviving these Lost Sectors. With the Destiny 2 Lightfall release date rapidly approaching, make sure you bash out a few lost sectors so you’re geared for the new challenges.