Destiny 2 Moon Lost Sector Locations - Where to Find All Lost Sectors on the Moon

Destiny 2 Moon Lost Sector Locations - Where to Find All Lost Sectors on the Moon

Need a guide detailing all the Destiny 2 Moon Lost Sector locations? You've come to the right place.

Lost Sectors are special hidden locations in Destiny 2, and the Moon houses four of them in total. In this guide, we'll be providing you with a complete list of all the Destiny 2 Moon Lost Sector locations, so you know exactly where to go to visit all four Lost Sectors on the Moon, and kill the bosses within.

Destiny 2 Moon Lost Sectors

Just below, we'll be outlining the names of all the Lost Sectors on the Moon. We'll be naming the region of the Moon that they're located in, before delving into greater detail on each Lost Sector in the sections below.

  • K1 Communion Lost Sector - Located in Anchor of Light.
  • K1 Communion Crew Quarters Lost Sector - Located in Hellmouth.
  • K1 Logistics Lost Sector - Located in Archer's Line.
  • K1 Revelations Lost Sector - Located in Sorrow's Harbor.

K1 Communion Lost Sector

To go the Anchor of Light region on the Moon. In this area, you're looking for a cluster of buildings with blue Fallen flags banners draped over them. You need to get into the basement area underneath these buildings, which doesn't take much effort, where you can find the entrance to the K1 Communion.

The K1 Communion entrance. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Bungie

K1 Communion Crew Quarters Lost Sector

For the K1 Communion Crew Quarters Lost Sector, you want to head to the Hellmouth region of the Moon. Head to the southwest corner of the area, and you'll see a lone, light grey hut of sorts with a door.

Through this door, you can drop down to find yourself in a small cave. You now need to platform over the rocky outcrops all the way to the end of the area, where you'll find the Lost Sector entrance.

The K1 Crew Quarters building. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Bungie

K1 Logistics Lost Sector

In the Archer's Line area on the Moon, there's the sole main building at the northern end of the area. On the western side of this building, you'll see that there's an elevator shaft with the number '7' written in white. Drop down this elevator shaft, and you'll find yourself in the K1 Logistics Lost Sector.

The K1 Logistics elevator shaft. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Bungie

K1 Revelations Lost Sector

Finally, make your way to Sorrow's Harbor for the K1 Revelations Lost Sector. You're looking for a small rocky outcrop, not too far away from where a Nightmare Ogre can potentially spawn. Enter the small mouth of the cave, and proceed down the dimly lit path to find a bunch of Hive enemies within the Lost Sector.

The K1 Revelations cave entrance. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Bungie

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