What is The Unsolvable Problem in Destiny 2 Warmind?

Learn what you can use The Unsolvable Problem for in Destiny 2's Override Frequency mission.

Destiny 2’s Warmind DLC is now out, bringing with it a whole host of new missions, content and loot to enjoy. Hundreds of Guardians are already out exploring and enjoying the new story content, picking up a selection of mysterious items along the way. During the Override Frequency mission you’ll find an intriguing item called The Unsolvable Problem that has left many players perplexed. Secrets! Mysteries! What could it all mean?

Detailing Ana Brey’s thoughts on the problems encountered developing true AI in the Warmind Rasputin, the item takes up a slot in your inventory indicating a use for it later. Despite this, you won’t find anywhere to use it in the Override Frequency mission itself. Confusing, right? Don’t worry, we’re here to help! Read on to discover whether or not The Unsolvable Problem has any use in Destiny 2’s Warmind DLC.

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What can you use The Unsolvable Problem for?

To put it bluntly: nothing. Despite appearing to be a key item you’ll encounter during the Override Frequency mission, The Unsolvable Problem doesn’t have any in-game use beyond giving you a bit of tantalizing lore in its description. Well, that and confusing the heck out of everyone who finds it.

It may be an inventory item but don’t worry, it isn’t needed for any upgrading or future mission. This means you can safely discard it without losing out on any future content. Turns out this Unsolvable Problem had a pretty simple solution after all! Maybe don’t tease us like that in future though Bungie.

That said, Bungie being Bungie, there will no doubt be plenty more mechanical and lore based mysteries hidden in the expansion, so be sure to check back in future to keep up to date with all of our Destiny 2 content and guides.

If you’re getting stuck in with Destiny 2’s Warmind DLC, you might want to have a look at the full list of Exotic Armor that’s been added. Alternatively, we’ve got a guide on how to choose the best weapon from Ana Bray in Destiny 2 Warmind.

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