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Destiny 2 Crota’s End Bridge encounter guide

Destiny 2 Crota’s End Bridge encounter guide

Destiny 2 Crota’s End Bridge encounter guide

There have been many questions raised by players such as yourself and me about how to efficiently complete the Crota End Raid in Destiny 2. Listed below are the steps you will need to follow in order to complete the End Bridge encounter in the best way possible.

How to complete the bridge in Crota’s End Raid in Destiny 2

In order to complete this encounter, you must stand beneath the four Annihilator Totems (one on each side) and illuminate the middle plates using the Chalice of Light on each side of the bridge (which will kill you if you don’t give it to your teammates before the Engulfed in Light timer runs out). 

  • In order for your team not to be wiped out by the Annihilator Totems, two players need to be under them and enlighten them.
  • Three players should be in the middle, enlightening the plate using the Chalice of Light and rotating it between all the players to speed up the process of building the bridge.
  • The player who receives the Chalice of Light kills the Swordbearer as soon as it spawns by crowd control.
  • Chalice players deposit Chalices into preserve nodes and help Sword players kill Gatekeepers.
  • Return to the starting side with the Chalice after killing the Gatekeeper and depositing the sword into the preserve node.
  • Repeat this process as you pass the Chalice of Light back and forth to each side until at least three players manage to kill a Gatekeeper with the sword across the bridge.
  • Getting the remaining players across the bridge requires repeating the same process with three players across the bridge, two under each Annihilator Totem and one on the bridge plate.

Getting Enlightened only requires coordination with your teammates and claiming the Chalice of Light just in time, so you don’t fall victim to the debuff instead of getting Enlightened. Before you perfect your own method of getting all players across the bridge, it may take some trial and error.

As you have to constantly clean mobs of enemies (filling up your Chalice of Light faster than usual), you’ll want to use PvE builds.



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