This week, we had the first look at the corrupted versions of Expunge. And with that came the Corrupted Conflux Chests that reward high-stat armor and dual-perk weapons. To get loot from these chests, however, one needs to farm Corrupted Key Codes. In this guide, we’ve detailed all there’s to know about how to efficiently farm Corrupted Key Codes in Destiny 2: Season of Splicer.
Farm Corrupted Key Codes in Destiny 2
Corrupted Key Codes were added to Destiny 2: Season of Splicer with the recent reset.
These work like normal Key Codes but are required to open up the Corrupted Conflux Chests at the end of corrupted versions of Expunge. Depending on what Splicer Servitor upgrades one has unlocked, these Corrupted Conflux Chests can drop high-stat armor, weapons with 2-perks in one slot, etc. Moreover, these armor pieces are actually high-stat, meaning it can be worth it for some people to farm them. However, there’s a little catch. In order to open these Corrupted Conflux Chests, one needs to farm Corrupted Key Codes.
Now, there are multiple theories regarding how to farm them effectively but one thing is for certain – their drop-rate is genuinely abysmal. A few activities to farm these Corrupted Key Codes include the following:
- Altar of Sorrows
- NFs on Legend of Higher
- Thrallway CP in The Shattered Throne
- Corrupted Expunge Missions
A few other things to note: a character can only hold a maximum of five Corrupted Key Codes in the inventory. A total of five can also be stored at the Postmaster. These appear as Laurels that need to be picked up from the ground. However, the times a Corrupted Conflux Chest can be opened is account-wide – it isn’t possible to open more than 3 chests per week. And last, their drop rate is a joke. Don’t be discouraged if not a single one dropped after half an hour of farming.
That’s all we’ve got in how to farm Corrupted Key Codes in Destiny 2. For more help on the game, feel free to check out our detailed Destiny 2 wiki guides.