A new Destiny 2 Leviathan raid glitch has been discovered by a group of Guardians who found the final fight of the raid to be a breeze when no additional enemies spawned in. This can be done with a small amount of positioning and a lot of coordination, as you’ll see in the video.
In order to trigger the glitch (or at least, how the players that discovered the glitch found out), one player has to position themselves on the left rear platform near the blue brazier, while the other players get right in front of Calus, the last boss of the raid. From there, simply shoot the wine glass out of his hand to start the fight.
From there, every guardian that’s not on the rear platform will be killed when Calus stomps down. While that’s happening, the character in the back of the room will have to move across to the other brazier, close enough to be taking damage, and go into the menu to change their character, but stopping before they hit the final confirmation.
That player will have to hit the confirmation button at the exact time that the screen goes black to reset the fight. If you get it right, you’ll start back in the throne room with all of the doors open. No other enemies will spawn during the fight, making it a breeze to take down Calus.
A previous glitch had also been used and exploited in order to make the final fight a cakewalk, but exploits to beat raids aren’t anything new; various raids in the Vault of Glass, the Crota Raid, King’s Fall, and more all have been effective at one point or another.
To see how the clan of Guardians in question committed the Destiny 2 Leviathan raid glitch, simply look further up the article to watch the video. Keep in mind that it’s not guaranteed that the glitch will work.