Destiny 2 Means To An End and Interference: Clear The Air Quest Guides
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Destiny 2 Means To An End and Interference: Clear The Air Quest Guides

Lloyd Coombes
13 October 2020

A nice easy way to earn a Triumph.

The Festival of the Lost is here, and there's another nifty quest to complete that'll reward players with some new story content and a piece of Pinnacle gear.

The "Means To An End" quest will unlock "Interference: Clear The Air" quest - here's how to complete both.

It's also worth noting that the Means To An End Quest needs to be finished before weekly reset, or you'll have to start from scratch.

Destiny 2 Means To An End Quest Guide

To start the quest, interact with the Prismatic Recaster next to the Drifter in the tower.

The first step of the quest will have players completing the Contact event on Io or Titan, which essentially just involves killing enemies and banking motes a la Gambit.

It shouldn't take any longer than 20 minutes, in truth.

Next, you'll need to collect Umbral Traces by killing specific enemy types.

Check the quest description, but it could be anything from Heroic Adventures to Trials of Osiris, but you can mix and match each to help you get through it.

You can zip through it with streaks, too, so be sure to check the quest log for more information.

Destiny 2 Interference: Clear The Air Quest Guide

All done? Great, now you've unlocked Interference which can be found on Io.

There are three stages to this mission, and the order of them chop and change.

The latest addition to the rotation, Clear The Air, has taken over as the featured event, and it's pretty standard fare.

The boss battle against Nokris essentially just requires players to smash crystals to remove his shield, before destroying him - just as in the Warmind strike that he featured in before.

Doing so will earn players a new Triumph, and you can then speak to Eris afterwards for bonus lore content.

Keep doing so to fill in your lore book!

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