Have you started working on the A Spark of Hope quest in Destiny 2 yet?
In addition to its enjoyable competitive scene and MMO aspects, Destiny 2 is also known for its immersive storyline and interesting characters. Whether you prefer grinding through the ranks or interacting with the dozens of NPCs and exploring the world, you will likely end up doing quests at some point.
The A Spark of Hope quest is one of the best ones you can do right now. Just like the Rising Tide quest, A Spark of Hope will start in the Tower. After that, however, things will quickly develop and depart from that part of the story. Beginners and experts alike will find this particular quest to be entertaining and immersive enough to do it all the way.
If you are looking to do a relevant quest today, check out our quick guide on how to complete the A Spark of Hope quest in Destiny 2.
Destiny 2, also called Destiny 2: New Light and Destiny: Guardians in some countries, is one of the best first-person shooter video games in recent years. Developed by Bungie, it was published by Activision for its first two years before Bungie took back publishing in 2019.
The game is set in a fictional world with science fiction elements, which has been a trend in first-person shooters lately. Destiny 2 combines aspects of role-playing games (RPGs) and massive multiplayer online games (MMOs). The main catch of the game is its competitive nature, with players being able to enter matchmaking in both player-vs-player (PvP) and player-versus-environment (PvE) lobbies.
While you share the same server with thousands of others, you can only communicate with people you were matched with in matchmaking. There are several ways you can approach the game. You can do normal storyline missions, play cooperative PvE game modes, or just go on free roam and explore the world of Destiny 2.
Destiny 2 is available on Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Stadia. Highly touted by experts and critics, the game was rated an 8 out of 10 by GameSpot and 8.5 out of 10 by IGN. It also won Best PC Game in the Game Critics Awards 2017 and Best Multiplayer Game at Gamescom 2017.
A Spark of Hope
A Spark of Hope is an exotic type quest first introduced during Season 12 of Destiny 2. Despite being an exotic quest, it is still easy enough to accomplish for beginner players. In this particular quest, you will have to go through seven different steps while interacting with NPCs like Commander Zavala and Ikora Rey.
To qualify for this quest, you must have previously completed the New Light campaign, which most players are probably done with by now. There are also some very valuable rewards that you will earn for doing A Spark of Hope, so it is definitely worth finishing as soon as you can.
Completing the A Spark of Hope Quest
Like we previously mentioned, there are seven main steps to take for this particular quest. It will probably take players a couple of hours to finish this quest, so have some patience. Try to pay attention to detail since you will be able to explore some underrated areas of the Destiny 2 world that may become relevant again later on.
Here is the quickest and most efficient way to complete the A Spark of Hope quest in Destiny 2.
Power From The Past
The first step towards completing this quest is activating it. To do that, go to the Tower and look for Commander Zavala. Speak to him, and he will give you the task. If you are not ready for it yet, you may have to check out the Quest Archive in the Tower. Look for the New Light section and find the A Spark of Hope quest there.
After you have found the quest, look for Commander Zavala in the Tower again. He should be at the far end of the Tower, hanging out on a balcony. Check out the photo above to see what Commander Zavala looks like. Just look for the purple bald man wearing a full suit of armor.
Speak to Ikora Rey
After getting the quest from Commander Zavala, you need to go find Ikora Rey next. Thankfully, she is also just in the Tower, so she should be quite easy to find. You will recognize her if you look for a short-haired woman wearing a jacket and possibly carrying a large rifle at all times.
After speaking to Ikora Rey, you will need to find and talk to another character. Look for Devrim Kay in the European Dead Zone (EDZ). He will always be in the area since he is the most popular vendor in the EDZ.
Reclaim The Fragments
After talking to Devrim Kay, you will also need to do the quest’s next step in the EDZ. Go to the Lost Sectors in Trostland and look for some fragments of the caches by Fallen Captains. There are three areas you will need to search for in this part of the mission. Make sure to check the Widow’s Walk, Atrium, and Terminus East for all three fragments.
Back to Devrim
After recovering the fragments, return to Devrim Kay in the EDZ. This is pretty much the final step in the quest. After that, you just need to complete the Risk/Reward mission in the Cosmodrome and receive your rewards for this quest.
Check your inventory to see the Riskrunner and Riskrunner Catalyst. If you do not have them, try talking to Devrim Kay again to see if you have finished the quest.
Commander Zavala, Again
Finally, you just need to close out this quest by returning to the Tower and speaking with Commander Zavala again. You should officially complete the quest after this last step.