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The Leviathan and Emperor Calus have returned to Destiny 2. Though the formidable world-eating ship may be a decayed shadow of its former self, it’s no less bewildering to navigate. Additionally, Bungie has chosen not to include a map of the new patrol zone.
Decayed Leviathan Map
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There are three main areas in the new patrol zone: the fortthat Royal Poolsand the pleasure gardens. There are several winding corridors connecting each of the zones, as well as some corridors that seemingly lead nowhere. We’ve color-coded the map to make it easier to distinguish between the main tier and the lower tiers.
We’ve also marked the map with various points of interest such as the locations of Opulent key chests and bobble heads. We’ll make sure to update the map as we find more.
The Decayed Leviathan seems like one big sprawling mess, but once the Wardens start exploring more everything will fall into place and be easier to navigate. It’s still odd why Bungie chose not to include a map.
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