Thanks to the addition of the new content coming from the 30th Anniversary Pack and the great year since the release of Beyond Light, Destiny 2 is arguably in the best place it has been in a long time now. There is a lot to do in the game, and with the community agreeing that Dares of Eternity is such a good activity with plenty of replayability, the bar has possibly been raised even higher. The Grasp of Avarice Dungeon is also a very welcomed addition to the game, as it brings great loot in the form of Artifice Armor, but it also packs a challenge with its mechanics.
This is not the first Dungeon in Destiny 2, of course, and there are three more that have been added over time. One of the most renowned is Shattered Throne, which came with Forsaken, and it is one of the best places to farm catalyst kills in the game. Then, the other dungeons are Pit of Heresy, which was introduced in Shadowkeep after completing the campaign and an extra quest, and Prophecy, which was surprise-launched last year.
Yesterday, Gladd, a streamer known for their long streaming sessions and marathons, finally finished an incredible task: completing all of Destiny 2‘s four Dungeons back to back, solo and flawlessly. Completing Destiny 2 content solo flawless is often considered a very tough challenge, but managing to do so with four different Dungeons in a row is a great achievement, especially considering that Gladd played by the rule that they had to start over from scratch if they died at any time. It took a few attempts to beat them all, but the streamer eventually did it in just a bit over 3 hours.
The build Gladd used is not the fastest, as per their statement, but it is the safest among all, and that’s middle tree Dawnblade Warlock with Well of Radiance. Most of the runs were completed with a loadout that included one of Destiny 2‘s best DPS options at the moment, which is Sleeper Simulant, as it got very powerful buffs with the latest sandbox patch. Alternatively, Gladd used Witherhoard and Threaded Needle for add clear and boss damage.
Recently, players discovered that Destiny 2‘s Well of Radiance no longer synergizes with Focusing Lens nor does it provide beneficial effects to allied players other than healing and bonus damage. This wasn’t a big deal in Gladd’s runs, though, as they were all completed solo.
Destiny 2 is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Stadia, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.