Destiny 2 Atlas Skew Locations – Where to Find Atlas Skews (Week 4)

Destiny 2 Season of the Lost is here and we’re heading back to The Dreaming City. Acting as a prologue to The Witch Queen expansion, this season revolves around freeing Savathun from her worm god to save Osiris from her clutches. Along with a new seasonal activity, players can also obtain new armor, weapons, exotics, and in-game consumables.

Once you complete all of the Wayfinder’s Voyage quest steps up until this week, you will unlock a new exotic quest that tasks you with finding 5 Atlas Skews hidden around The Dreaming City. Unfortunately, you are only given a cryptic description of each location which can make finding them tricky. So, for those who are stuck or don’t want to spend hours running through Patrol zones, here’s where to find Week 4’s Atlas Skews.

The catch is this week is all of the Atlas Skews are located in areas only accessible via Taken Portals in The Dreaming City.

Rheasilvia Atlas Skews (Week 4)

Harbinger Cathedral

To start, when you land in The Dreaming City, make your way to the massive cathedral in the back of Rheasilvia. If you’ve been keeping up with the Atlas Skews, this is where we found a few of them last week. Make your way to Harbinger’s Seclude and fight your way until you reach the end where there’s a massive dropdown. This should be right after the large room where the Taken and Scorn are fighting. Jump down to the bottom floor and then proceed farther down to where you found the Ahamkara skulls. Looking at the cliffside, take the rocky path on the right until you reach a Taken portal. Go through it and you’ll find the first skew on the left.

Confluence Giant Crystal

Go back to the Divalian Mists and make your way to the Spire of Keres. This is the patrol zone located on the left side of the Divalian Mists and is where we originally visited Mara Sov back in the Forsaken expansion. For newer players, you’ll know you’re on the right path since it’ll be a large blue archway with a destroyed road you cannot bring your Sparrow across. When you arrive, approach the long bridge towards the spire and jump over the edge to the path below. Follow the trail down until you find a Taken portal in a cave.

When you emerge, walk through the halls until you reach a room with a massive blue crystal in the center. The Atlas Skew will be to the left of this crystal.

Confluence Tree Triad

Continuing in the Confluence location, make your way to a large lobby with branching paths. Instead of going forward towards The Shattered Realm portal, head right into a room with a large tree. You’ll see the Atlas Skew to the left of the tree.

Confluence Throne Portal

Go back to the lobby and this time go down the hallway that leads to the massive room with a giant broken portal. This is where players originally loaded up The Shattered Throne dungeon. At the base of the portal near the stairs, you will find the Atlas Skew.

Garden Giant Statue

The final Atlas Skew is found in the Garden of Esila which is accessed via The Strand patrol zone. There are two ways to get to this, one is under the assumption you’re following the guide and another is if you just spawned in. If you’ve been following the guide, then go back to the room with the tree in The Confluence and follow the hallway on the otherside. Eventually, you will reach a dead end with a Taken portal and the Atlas Skew on your right.

From the Divalian Mists, head through the massive cave on the right. When you emerge, hang another right up the large slope until you reach the top. Enter the building and make your way through the path until you reach the gardens. Once you arrive, fight your way to the main courtyard where some Hive enemies are lurking about. Jump up onto the large overhanging bridge and go right towards the structure in the center of the rounded room. You should see a Taken portal, which will literally spit you out right in front of the final Atlas Skew.

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Collin MacGregor is the Guide Staff Writer at Fanbyte. He's also the person who willingly plays the support class (you're welcome) and continues to hold out for an Ape Escape remake.

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