The new season of Destiny 2 is in full flow, with fans soaking up all of the unique offerings by Bungie. There is quite a lot of fun stuff to do, including introducing a new Origin Trait in the form of Ambush, along with a whole host of superb weapons.
The firepower is one of the big draws across all the previous 18 seasons, and it is no different in Season of the Seraph.
One of the most critical aspects of Season 19 and the main consumable item is Seraph Key Codes. Players will require these, 500 of them in fact, to get their hands on Seraph Chests which is needed for the Heist Battlegrounds I Seasonal Challenge.
Nevertheless, it is difficult to figure out precisely the number of Seraph Key Codes you possess at any given time or when you are getting the next one to get to the chest. In that regard, the following guide will help players discover everything there is to know about the Seraph Key Codes and what can be done with them.
Destiny 2: Season of the Seraph – Where to find Seraph Key Codes
The easiest way to farm Seraph Key Codes is by simply playing through the various activities and events in the new season. They can be the endgame stuff like Crucible, Gambit, or Vanguard, matches, raids, Heist Battlegrounds, and more. You will be rewarded with 250 Seraph Key Codes by finishing every one of these activities in the game.
Players can hold up to 2,000 Seraph Key Codes altogether simultaneously, even after improving their inventory size via the Exo Frame. Additionally, you can unlock only one Seraph Chest about every playlist event for Heist Battlegrounds.
That is why it is best to go after Seraph Key Codes when your current count is still above 500, giving you the best chance of getting more chests later. The way to keep track of how many codes you have is by going to your inventory repeatedly.
It is the icon with the Season of the Seraph logo on the top-right of your screen. Players can access it by clicking on the character screen button and scrolling to their right once.
The other thing to remember is that you should not attempt and complete the Moon activity in Heist Battlegrounds multiple times. This is because you will only receive 20 Seraph Key Codes every time after the initial 250. After you have collected 500 codes overall, you can get the More Than a Weapon mission, which gives you access to the Heist Battlegrounds playlist through the H.E.L.M.
Thus, that is all the information players will need regarding the Seraph Key Codes. They are a vital part of the game this time, so you must be constantly aware of what you have and what can best be done with them. If you need more, playing through numerous activities is your best bet.
Last Updated on December 8, 2022
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