All Destiny 2 Dungeons in order of release

Jacob Woodward
A Guardian holding a Mote in the Destiny 2 Prophecy DungeonBungie

Destiny 2 Dungeons are a fantastic activity that offer the sense of a Raid without the time investment. Knowing all of the Dungeons in Destiny 2 can teach you various in-game techniques and net you some nice loot.

Some of the Dungeons house Exotic weapons such as Hierarchy of Needs and Wish-Ender, which only increase the firepower of your arsenal. It’s definitely worth knowing all of the available activities of this ilk in the game.

Without further ado, here are all the Destiny 2 Dungeons in order.

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Every Destiny 2 Dungeon in order

As stated, there are a few Dungeons that have been added to the game across various pieces of content that have been released over the years. If you’ve missed out on getting them in at launch, learning the correct order creates a better timeline, and plugs into the game’s story beats.

Here are all of the Destiny 2 Dungeons listed in order of release so you can tackle them chronologically:

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  1. The Shattered Throne
  2. Pit of Heresy
  3. Prophecy
  4. Grasp of Avarice
  5. Duality
  6. Spire of the Watcher
  7. Ghosts of the Deep
  8. The Warlord’s Ruin
A Guardian jumping in The Warlord's Ruin DungeonBungie
The Warlord’s Ruin Dungeon jumping puzzles are treacherous.

At the time of writing, there is a total of eight Dungeons that you can tackle in Destiny 2. Naturally, this list will increase when both new seasons and expansions are released, with more interesting vistas to see and intriguing puzzles to take part in.

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In terms of popularity, either the Prophecy or The Warlord’s Ruin Dungeon are deemed to be the pick of the bunch with fantastic settings, music, and fun encounters. For the best loot, you’re probably looking at Duality which offers the likes of the Lingering Dread Grenade Launcher, the perfect weapon for add clears.

All in all, running Destiny 2 Dungeons, will not only offer a challenge but also set you up for raiding. The similarities between the two activities allow you to learn the thought process of Bungie and how they structure this type of end-game content, hopefully allowing you to crack the codes of the encounters.

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About The Author

Jacob is CharlieIntel’s Evergreen Editor who plays pretty much anything you put in front of him. When he’s not trying to be the Champion in Apex Legends, he’s out in the tall grass catching various Pokemon. After moving into games journalism in 2020, he has worked as an Editor for BGFG, GGRecon, and Gamer Guides, as well as freelancing for various other outlets. You can contact Jacob at [email protected].