Simulation: Agility – Destiny 2 Beyond Light Guide

Simulation: Agility is a one of three possible replayable weekly campaign quest players can complete in Destiny 2: Beyond Light. This campaign quest tasks you with completing a specific simulation event in the Bray Exoscience location on Europa. To learn more about this quest check the guide for the Simulation: Agility mission guide below.

Recommended Power: 1230.

How to Start Simulation: Agility

Image showing how to star the Simulation: Agility mission in Destiny 2.

You are first introduced to the Simulation missions via a quest from Variks called Old Secrets, New Challenges. During this quest you have to go to the Bray Exoscience building. In the control room of the lobby you will interact with a quest flag that takes you to the Simulation: Simulation starting area. Once you complete this quest once you will unlock the weekly Simulation mission on your map (as seen above). Simply interact with the icon to launch it.

How to Complete Simulation: Agility

As the name of this mission suggests you will be relying heavily on agility both from a speed and acrobatic perspective. When you start the mission you will be introduced to the central core challenge which is to Ascend the Simulated Spire. To complete this objective you need to do four platforming sequences that lead to the Simulated Spire. Once inside the spire you will need to complete another sequence to destroy the large Vex cube in the center.

That is the more broad definition of this mission. Compared to the previous simulation this one is much easier to complete. There is some combat to complete after each platforming section, but there is no main boss to fight. Once you destroy the large Vex cube inside the pyramid the mission will end and a chest will appear that you can open. After you open the chest you will get sent back to Europa.

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