Destiny 2: How to Get Spoils of Conquest Solo Guide
In Destiny 2, you can get raid Exotics by purchasing them with Spoils of Conquest tokens, but first, you need to farm for them.
Spoils of Conquest is a currency that was introduced in Destiny 2’s Beyond Light expansion. Deep Stone Crypt gear, Vault of Glass gear, and older raid Exotics can all be purchased with these tokens. If you want to complete your collection, you’ll need hundreds of these Spoils to get every raid Exotic.
How to Get Spoils of Conquest Solo Guide in Destiny 2
Fortunately, obtaining Spoils of Conquest is a simple and easy process as long as you know the steps. You usually need to form a raiding party, but there is a way to do it solo. This article will teach you what farming method you can attempt to earn, Spoils of Conquest on your own, without a raiding party.
Farming Spoils of Conquest
Spoils of Conquest can be earned by farming the Vault of Glass or Vow of the Disciple encounters. A raiding team is generally required for these.
If you don’t want to raid, though, you can still earn Spoils of Conquest entirely on your own. You can gain a lot of Spoils with little effort by opening the first hidden chests in some raids.
The following is a list of solo-accessible hidden chests:
- Vault of Glass
To get to this chest, you’ll need to exploit an out-of-bounds glitch. It is possible to solo the raid’s first encounter. However, this glitch makes the farm go considerably faster. Each week, you can open this box once per character, granting five Spoils of Conquest.
- Vow of the Disciple
The first hidden chest in Vow of the Disciple can be found during the opening barge portion. Before you can open the chest, you must kill three Darkness fragments. Turn around after getting the last piece and drive straight across.
A building’s door has now been opened, revealing a hidden chest inside. This box may be opened once every week per character and grants five Spoils of Conquest each time.