Destiny 2’s Season of the Chosen has introduced an array of new guns, perks, and new armor mods for Guardians to chase. Farming for the best rolls on items can take an eternity, so why not mix up that grind by chasing a title?
Season 13’s Chosen title is one of the easiest titles to earn in Destiny 2. Players will have to unlock every Hammer of Proving upgrade, partake in quite a few Battlegrounds, then complete the Presage mission to earn this seasonal title. It’s an easy grind for casual players, albeit heavily time-gated due to a few Triumph requirements. Here is a complete guide on earning Destiny 2’s Chosen title.
Path Of The Chosen
Path of the Chosen: Complete all Seasonal storyline quests.
Path of the Chosen requires Guardians to complete the “Challenger’s Proving” quest chain that evolves weekly. These quests can be found at the H.E.L.M. and ask players to complete Battleground matches or miscellaneous objectives. There are seven versions of this quest in total. Once the seventh week of Season of the Chosen begins on March 23, this Triumph can be completed.
Vendor Upgrades: Unlock all vendor upgrades.
By vendor upgrades, this Triumph is referring to the Hammer of Proving’s enhancements. There are 21 enhancements in total. Enhancements are unlocked by completing Seasonal Challenges that grant War Table Reputation. Turn in the War Table Reputation to the War Table at the H.E.L.M. to unlock these enhancements. Seasonal Challenges from weeks one through seven grant three upgrades per weekly set.
For information regarding Seasonal Challenges, consult our complete guide on Destiny 2’s Beyond Light expansion and Season of the Chosen. If you care about which upgrades to unlock first, check out this guide.
Extreme Focus: Focus Tier 3 Umbral Engrams.
You only need to create one Tier three Umbral Engram to complete this Triumph. To focus Umbral Engrams, interact with the Prismatic Recaster at the H.E.L.M. Any option from the bottom row in the Prismatic Recaster will count.
Chosen Mods: Collect all Season of the Chosen mods.
The H.E.L.M.’s War Table will sell two Season of the Chosen mods each week. There are six mods in total you must obtain, each of them costing three Mod Components. Each mod ties into the new Elemental Well mechanic, something we cover in great detail in this guide. They rotate on a set rotation, so it will only take three weeks to obtain all of them.
All Batleground Missions
All Battleground Missions: Complete All Battleground Missions.
There are four Battleground missions in Season of the Chosen. You must complete the following Battlegrounds to earn this Triumph:
- Battleground: Behemoth – Takes place on Nessus, tasking players with defeating a boss outside of the Cabal tank fortress.
- Battleground: Hailstone – Takes place on Europa.
- Battleground: Foothold – Takes place on the Cosmodrome.
- Battleground: Oracle – Takes place on Nessus, tasking players with defeating a Psion boss underground.
Only one completion is necessary from each Battleground to complete this Triumph. Completions can be from either the Battleground playlist or the specific mission.
Defeat Champions In The Battlegrounds Playlist
Defeat Champions In The Battlegrounds Playlist: Defeat Champions in the Battlegrounds playlist.
Four Champions must be defeated in the Battlegrounds playlist to complete this Triumph. Note that this specifies the playlist; queueing for a specific Battleground will launch a variant without Champions or additional modifiers. Use finishers on weakened Champions to ensure that you strike the final blow. This shouldn’t take more than two games to complete.
Eliminate Caiatl’s Cabal
Eliminate Caiatl’s Cabal: Eliminate all Cabal VIPs in the strike Proving Grounds.
Proving Grounds is the Cabal tank fortress strike that will become available on March 23. This Triumph asks you to eliminate ten unique VIPs that spawn during the strike, one of which is the final boss. It is currently unknown if the other nine VIPs are minibosses or random spawns.
Here is the name of each VIP you must kill:
- Optus Taxaat
- Optus Vocca
- Val Cempas
- Val Vinca’ar
- Val Kladior
- Val Cunqu’us
- Val Veorthus
- Val Trekitus
- Valus Ozysas
- Ignovun (the final boss)
Graven Tales: Uncover the Dead Man’s Tale.
Dead Man’s Tale is an Exotic Scout Rifle that is obtained from the Exotic Presage mission. To start it, launch The Arm’s Dealer strike in the EDZ. After defeating the first group of Cabal, run through the door they were guarding to reach a landing platform outside. Enter a shipping container at the furthest platform to find a datapad. Give the datapad to Zavala at the Tower to unlock the Presage mission. Completing the mission will grant the gun.
For an in-depth guide on how to complete the Presage mission, check out our comprehensive guide detailing every encounter and collectible location.
Bound In Memory
Bound in Memory: Find all the pages of the captain’s log.
Captain’s log entries are tied to weekly clears of the Presage Exotic mission. There are 12 entries in total you must find. Only one lore entry can be unlocked weekly, meaning this will take a minimum of 12 weeks to complete.
Salvager’s Salvo Armament
Salvager’s Salvo Armament: Speak with Banshee-44 to begin the “Salvager’s Salvo Armament” quest.
Salvager’s Salvo is Season 13’s Ritual weapon, this time taking the form of a Breech-Loaded Grenade Launcher. Speak to Banshee-44 at the Tower to pick up the “Messy Business” quest. The quest itself requires a ludicrous number of activity completions and kills, something that you can speed up by completing harder activities and using Grenade Launchers, respectively.
If you haven’t obtained Salvager’s Salvo yet, we have a guide detailing how to obtain the weapon and all three of its ornaments.
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