Since the launch of Destiny 2: Forsaken, the players have been hard at work and getting ready for the next Raid. Although we are still in the dark as to what challenges the Last Want Raid wants, we know it finally takes us away from Leviathan, and will offer the most challenging six-player mission to date. But so many players discovered after completing the main campaign, the new soft cap of 500 Power brings a rather steep climb to overcome for Guardians looking forward to the next major activity.
Historically, the Power and Engram systems have undergone major changes and revisions with every major expansion, and the Cause is no different. Prior to the launch launch, the game has seen some updates on the frequency of runners and the systems that players have become accustomed to. With a minimum level of 550 required for the upcoming Raid, players must take advantage of all the resources and capabilities they have available to prepare for what's coming. With this in mind, we have come up with 5 helpful tips to help you get ready for the upcoming Raid, released Friday 1
Complete the campaign and enjoy the new gate  First, it is important that you complete the Forsaken DLC main campaign. While this may seem obvious, completion is the fastest way to reach level 50 and 500 power levels for your Guardian. When you take on the story and the adventures throughout the campaign, you will swim in new equipment – mostly blue items – as you get used to the new changes added to the Forsaken extension. What is abundantly clear is that many of the changes to Destiny 2's established systems have removed some shortcuts and turned down certain methods that players liked to use to cross the boom.
Once you reach 500 power levels, you meet the first soft leveling cap. In the future, most blue and purple tools found from regular drops, suppliers and standard missions will be 500, and you'll need to take advantage of the more challenging missions to boost your power evenly. But just in mind, just when you start striking your step and rising in force, another softness of 520 awaits. Just remember, there is no quick way to increase your strength;
Buy Powerful and Prime Engrams
To overcome the steep climb over 500, you must acquire the new type of rewards found from completing the harder bounties and milestones. Like the luminous engrams from the original Destiny 2, Powerful Engrams are the rare solution you can find from completing important missions and milestones around the different planets and activities you can participate in. These Engrams House Legendary and Exotic Equipment – the latter of which too have seen reduced fall rates. In addition to powerful engrams, Prime Engrams has also been thrown into the mix.
While Cryptarch Master Rahool has had a smaller hands-on role in spreading open Engrams – most unlock instantly – you need him to help open up Prime Engrams. Unlike powerful Engrams, Prime Engram's Prime Attunement requires a special buff that only comes once a day. With the primary adaptation, the special Engram can escape from powerful enemies in public events, Strikes and Heroic missions, and from participating in multiplayer matches. Although it is completely RNG-based, it is generous enough where it only takes some missions to see a drop. Interestingly, Prime Attunement can be stacked if you do not take advantage of it on the day you receive it – it will transfer to the next day. The gains you can get from these special Engrams can offer an increase of 5 power on the particular item, which may not work much, but can go a long way in increasing your strength. To sum up, be sure to keep an eye on powerful enemies in the strikes and heroic missions, and be focused under PvP to get these drops.
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