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Destiny 2 Forsaken Week 4 Ascendant Challenge guide

The Destiny 2 Forsaken Week 4 Ascendant Challenge is now live, offering Guardians the chance to finish off one of The Dreaming City’s weekly bounties and grab some Powerful Gear.

The Ascendant Challenges are a rotation of six different challenges — so that means Week 4 could also be called Week 10, and so on. Got that?

What are you waiting for? Pop a Tincture of Queensfoil and get into it!

Week 4 Ascendant Challenge location

This week’s challenge is located in the northern part of Rheasilvia Once you’ve popped your Tincture, you’ll find the ascendant portal right at the end of a long path. You don’t need to try to climb the statue the portal is at the top of to get to it — instead, look to the right (when facing the statue) to find a series of platforms you can jump between.

Week 4 Ascendant Challenge lore collectible

A video from DeckedOutGaming shows you all collectible locations.

Week 4 Ascendant Challenge combat and walkthrough

As per usual, the Ascendant Challenge itself revolves around getting into the Ascendant Realm and getting passing a test of sorts. This week, you’ll spawn on a platform and have make it to an end area. There, eliminate Wizards and Thrall to activate the Knights crouched at the centre. After picking up the Sword (Relic), eliminate the Knights. Once that’s complete, keep the Relic in hand and race to the end of the map for your reward.

A video from Esotericck, below, will show you how it’s done.

Week 4 Ascendant Challenge Cheeses

If we find any, we’ll let you know.

Destiny 2 Forsaken is available now on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4.

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