Destiny 2 Seraph Bunker Bug: All The Real Upgrade Requirements

The Season of the Worthy is here in Destiny 2, but it already has a few issues.


The Season of the Worthy is here in Destiny 2, but there are already a few issues. Bungie has run down a list of known bugs and errors that are present in the new content season, and it looks like the one that might be most confusing to players has to do with the requirements to power up Rasputin's Seraph bunkers.

Bungie detailed the list of issues on Twitter, including the fact that the new Seraph bunkers are listing incorrect requirements to complete them. You'll get to one not long after starting the story quest for the Season of the Worthy by visiting Zavala--the first bunker you visit is located in the EDZ on Earth, but there are several scattered throughout the solar system.

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Here are the real requirements to upgrade each of Rasputin's Seraph Bunkers to Tier 1:

  • EDZ: Complete challenges from Zavala, Shaxx, the Drifter, Banshee-44, or Hawthorne.
  • Io: Complete Flashpoint, Dungeon, or Raid challenges.
  • Moon: Complete Strikes, Crucible matches, Gambit matches, and Nightmare Hunt challenges.

Bungie's tweet thread includes a bunch of other issues in the Season of the Unworthy that players should be aware of, too. Some Seraph Bunker upgrades aren't working properly, and part of the "Authentication Protocol" step for the story quest that has you dealing with Rasputin's bunkers is missing.

Bungie also says that changes to the armor system have exposed a new bug that appears when you change the energy affinity of a Masterworked armor piece. Swapping the energy type makes the armor appear as though it can't be upgraded anymore--but you can fix it by leaving the armor screen and then re-entering it.

Finally, if you're hoping to get a preview of some of the loot you can earn from the Trials of Osiris, you'll have to wait until you actually start competing in it.

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