The Leviathan and Emperor Calus have returned to Destiny 2. Though the impressive world-eating ship might be a derelict shadow of its former self, it is no less confusing to navigate. Compounding this is the fact that Bungie opted not to include a map of the new patrol zone.
Derelict Leviathan Map
There are three main areas in the new patrol zone: the Castellum, the Royal Pools, and the Pleasure Gardens. There are multiple winding hallways that connect each of the zones along with a few hallways that seemingly lead to nowhere. We've color-coded the map to help differentiate between the main level and lower levels.
We've also marked the map with different points of interest like the locations of Opulent Key Chests and Bobbleheads. We'll make sure to update the map as we locate more.
The Derelict Leviathan seems like a big sprawling mess, but once Guardians start exploring more, it will all fall into place and be easier to navigate. It's still curious as to why Bungie opted not to include a map.
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