Destiny 2 Ghosts of the Deep loot pool

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Destiny 2 ghosts of the deep
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Destiny 2 fans are eating good this week. The start of Season of the Deep brought many new changes to the game and debuted a very extensive fishing mini-game. Now, they can play a brand-new dungeon, Ghosts of the Deep.

As always, players will try to uncover the secrets this underwater adventure holds for them in terms of mechanics and lore implications it might have moving forward as Bungie builds toward The Final Shape, but there's another massive aspect that gets Guardians excited: the loot.

Let's break down the full Ghosts of the Deep loot pool down below.

Ghosts of the Deep loot table

Destiny 2 ghosts of the deep loot table
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There are a total of five weapons available to get from the Ghosts of the Deep dungeon as well as a full armor set per class (Warlocks, Hunters, and Titans).

As always, each encounter has a chance to drop different loot. Use the table below to track which ones you'll have to complete for a chance at a specific piece of gear or weapon you want.

First off, the weapon loot table.

First encounter: Hive Ritual Second encounter: Ecthar, the Shield of Savathûn Third encounter:Simmumah ur-Nokru
No Survivors SMGCold Comfort rocket launcherThe Navigator exotic trace rifle
New Pacific Epitaph grenade launcherGreasy Luck GlaiveNew Pacific Epitaph grenade launcher
Cold Comfort rocket launcherGreasy Luck Glaive

The gear loot table is as follows:

First Encounter: Hive Ritual Second Encounter: Ecthar, the Shield of Savathûn Third Encounter: Simmumah ur-Nokru

The guns looks interesting with some potential good perk combinations. Stay tuned to Gfinity as we'll have some God Roll guides for you in the coming days.

Of course, the two biggest things players might want is the incredible-looking Taken King armor, which finally makes a return, at least in spirit, from the original game, and the latest exotic to join the game, the Strand exotic trace rifle, The Navigator.


Now that you know where each weapon and piece of gear drops in the Ghosts of the Deep dungeon, it's time to get grinding, Guardian.

If you're interested in more Destiny 2 content, why not stop by our picks for best PvE weapons, as well as our suggestions for you to take into Crucible.

For more articles like this, take a look at our Destiny and Guides page.