Destiny 2’s first Raid Leviathan went live on September 13, 2017, one week after the game launched on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This raid is unlike anything we’ve encountered in Destiny before. Bungie did a really amazing job with the mechanics. Though, there’s only One Boss encounter and that’s Emperor Calus.
There are four parts of this raid.
- Pleasure Garden
- Royal Pools
- Emperor Calus (encounter)
Each part has its own unique mechanics. According to the Destiny community, Pleasure Garden was found the most enjoyable and most challenging part of the raid (and the soundtrack is lit as well). Each part will reward you with sweet loot after completion (that’s most of the time are just Tokens).
Recently, a cheese has been found in this week’s featured Nightfall that is Savathûn’s Song. This Nightfall cheese can help you complete your quests that require you to do nightfall like The Rat King (Exotic Sidearm).
That’s not all! There’s also a new Cheese for Raid Leviathan’s final boss Emperor Calus and with this cheese, no enemies will spawn in Throne Room where the Calus is. So, players can simply go into the Shadow Realm, get as many skulls as they can while no enemies would spawn in the Throne Room.
How to do
This cheese is found by this YouTuber. If you’ve playing Crota’s End Raid in Destiny 1, you’ll find this one pretty easy. As it’s basically the same thing. Here’s how you can do it:
- If you’ve 6 players in your Fireteam, five players need to get stomped by the Calus and die.
- 6th player needs to suicide by jumping on those Blue flames. Important Part: As soon as the Timer with the Skull above it appears on the screen. This player needs to log out from the game as soon as the timer hits 0 seconds.
- If done right, you’ll spawn again into the Throne Room with all the doors already opened (where enemies spawned). You do need to call-out the 6th player as he would be on his settings when the timer hits.
So, this is it. Keep in mind, Prestige Raid will be going Live later this month. So, stay tuned for that as well. Checkout the video guide below: