Destiny: Rise Of Iron Secret Location

Destiny is known for its hidden secrets and quests, the black spindle was one of the most known. Since Rise Of Iron we have been getting even more of these hidden missions, the most recent has been the amazing goose chase of a weapons quest in the Outbreak Prime monitors and ARG rigmarole, of course fans are expecting a lot more of that going forwards.


So it’s no surprise that something else has been discovered, Widely recognised Destiny glitcher CloudLXXXV GAMING was in the Plaguelands and managed to get into the interior of the Ketch near The Breach area. It looks very similar to the Ketch interior players visit in the vanilla Destiny mission Scourge of Winter, but the layout is reversed, and it seems like a different kind of interior, lighting effects and doors. The area has its own unique name, too – Splicership Menkis-Syn.

This Ketch is available by travelling through the Plaguelands from most Destiny: Rise of Iron story missions, but its better found through The Walls Come Down mission. This has led some players to speculate that the interior will become officially accessible when The Walls Come Down is featured as a Daily Heroic Mission, similarly to how the Black Spindle was originally only available by meeting certain secret conditions when a specific mission was the featured Heroic.

It would make sense that this would have a reason for being there, of course this is Bungie so who knows. Let us know what you think in the comments below, has all the exotics been found or have we only scratched the surface!?


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