With Solstice of Heroes 2020 going back to Destiny 2, numerous new players will getting their first taste of this event, and may be questioning what a common acronym, EAZ, implies. EAZ stands for the European Aerial Zone, which is just available during Solstice of Heroes.
What is the EAZ?
The European Aerial Zone is a special map that is just available during the Solstice of Heroesevent You can access it by opening your Director, going to the Tower in Locations, and clicking on the EAZ icon that will be added for theevent Here, teams of 3 players will take on waves ofenemies You will need to kill as numerous minibosses as you can in the designated time, then take out a big boss.
Every day there will be one damage type that is more efficient than the others, and this will switch in between Solar, Arc, and Void. It is also possible to end up being elementally empowered, granting improved speed, damaging enemies around you, or perhaps going undetectable, depending on the enthusiast.
When the big boss passes away, a chest will spawn on the map for each of the minibosses you eliminated, and you will need to get to them before the timer runsout There can be up to 21 chests in total, and if you open one, your colleagues will also get that loot, so you can divide up to make sure you get them all.
The EAZ is filled with various types of enemies that you will need tokill Previous years have actually consisted of Prismatic enemies, that we presume will return thisyear These can be defeated and will approve a powerful enthusiast, fully charging your with the day’s component status.
This is just a quick breakdown of the EAZ based off how it played in previous years. The event will begin on August 11, and we will update this guide when it goes live if there are any changes.