Just days after the release of the second Destiny 2 expansion, Warmind, players are already uncovering many of its secrets. However, there is at least one major secret that is still left unresolved, prompting the Destiny 2 Reddit community to band together in order to find a solution.
A mysterious design has been discovered in the Warmind Rasputin’s chambers that appears to be deliberately hinting at some kind of hidden secret. The design consists of smaller diamonds arranged in a circle around a larger one, with some of the diamonds making up the bows of keys, and each diamond containing a symbol. If that wasn’t a large enough hint that something can be unlocked, then the symbol in the middle might, as it is distinctly shaped like a keyhole. Keys, keyholes, cryptic symbols — what could it all mean? That’s what players are trying to figure out, and they’ve already made some headway.
Many of the symbols can be found at other locations on Mars, such as the fourth symbol that looks like a screw, which can be found in the terminal near Ana Bray. After finding the symbols, more clues are being uncovered. Through the use of anagrams, Morse code, and even Braille, the meanings behind most of the symbols have already been found, but at least one still has players stumped. Of course, the biggest mystery is what to do with the solutions once all of them are discovered.
Reddit user Aioros_Y has compiled many of the various solutions and speculations into one Rasputin puzzle megathread for the community to peruse and add to, in the hopes that it will all eventually make sense and something spectacular will be uncovered. We’ll continue to monitor their progress and update if a final solution is found.
As for other secrets in the Warmind expansion, there are 45 Lost Memory Fragments hidden around Mars that players can find and destroy for two fantastic rewards: the Worldline Zero exotic sword and the G-335 Anseris Overdrive exotic sparrow. The sword can be unlocked after 35 of the Lost Memory Fragments have been found, but the sparrow requires all 45. They’re spread out all over Mars, sometimes in places players wouldn’t think to look. Each has a distinct glow about them, making them easy to spot from afar, and each requires specific elemental damage to destroy.
The first Warmind patch is scheduled for next week, which aims to squash many of the bugs affecting the game. One of the biggest bugs that will be addressed is the Rat King exotic sidearm glitch that players have been abusing to increase power ammo reserves. Bungie has disabled access to the weapon as a temporary solution, but it will be reinstated once the glitch has been taken care of.
Destiny 2: Warmind is available now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.