Destiny 2 Forge Saboteur Locations

Destiny 2 Forge Saboteur Locations

Here's how you can go about finding Forge Saboteur locations in Destiny 2.

The Season of the Forge event has now commenced in Destiny 2, and as such there's a bunch of new weapons to obtain, and enemies to slay. In this Destiny 2 Forge Saboteurs guide, we'll be walking you through one type of new enemy in Bungie's FPS, which present you with an easy way of obtaining some nice new loot items.

Destiny 2 Forge Saboteurs

The Season of the Forge event kicked off back near the end of November 2018, and it's then that the Forge Saboteurs first popped up. While they might look like your average Cabal captain, they can certainly pack a punch.

We’ve compiled a list below of all the known locations where you can find this brand new type of enemy in Destiny 2. Note however that the Forge Saboteurs aren’t always guaranteed to be in these locations, so you might have to revisit any one of these locations multiple times until they appear.

  • European Dead Zone - The Gulch.
  • European Dead Zone - Outskirts.
  • Nessus - Hallows.
  • Nessus - Artifact’s Edge.

So, what’s the big deal about the new Forge Saboteurs? Although they might look like your fairly average Cabal captain, they actually give you a chance at grabbing a brand new weapon or armor, that's featured as part of the Season of the Forge event.

Just below, you can take a closer look at some of the weapons that the Forge Saboteurs can drop on Earth and Nessus. If you're just delving into the Season of the Forge for the first time, then you'll definitely want to go after these new enemies, as they're your easiest way of bagging some nice new loot items.

This brings an end to our Destiny 2 guide on tracking down and eliminating the Forge Saboteurs. Now you can head over to our complete Destiny 2 Black Armory weapons guide, where we've compiled a complete list of all the brand new weapons.

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