Bungie helped share some exciting news recently as they partnered with Belong Arenas in the United Kingdom to announce the first sponsored Gambit Prime tournament. This coincided with Gambit Prime now also being available for private matches for players to practice on or also set up their own tournaments. This guide will provide a few tips and tricks for those looking to improve at the game mode for either casual or more competitive play.
Thorn has finally arrived in Destiny 2. The fan-favorite hand cannon from Destiny 1 is back, as promised, within the Season of the Drifter. As expected, there are several quest steps to obtain the legendary gun, some that will be far more difficult than others. This guide should make the journey much easier, should you face issues on any part.
The raid’s hard mode is, indeed, much more difficult. Besides the fact that enemies take more damage, and will hit significantly harder, Revive Tokens are now lost upon death. If you have never completed the raid, click here for a starting guide. Challenge modes are coming soon, which will add even more layers of complexity. For completing the Prestige raid, you’ll earn the “Glory to the Emperor” emblem, “Imperial Aura” and be able to complete the Legend of Acrius Quest for “The Emperor’s Pleasure” Ornament. You’ll also be able to get a slightly different aesthetic version of raid armor. What’s
Trials is now live, and will be active until the next weekly reset. The map is Eternity, which has a mysterious otherworldly vibe to it. To access Trials, simply go to the Crucible section in the Director and select it. Pre-made teams of 4 will be able to play in this mode as long as they’ve completed the Campaign, Call to Arms Crucible Milestone at least once, and have 260 or more Power. You will not start gaining losses on your ticket until your first win. If you rack up 3 losses on a single ticket, the ticket will automatically
Important to note: During no-respawn encounters, everyone will have a revive token that you can see at the bottom right of the screen. This means you will only be able to revive someone else 1 time. Most chests will only reward tokens, which can be turned in to Benedict 99-40 in the Tower. Standard Bearers A few times during the raid, you’ll need to defeat the Standard Bearers to unlock the next room. Killing a Stand Bearer will allow one of your team members to pick up a Relic that needs to be placed in the center of the room.
There are three Exotic weapons awaiting Guardians in the Destiny 2 endgame and they’re all rewarded from doing a World Quest. In order to access these World Quests you must have completed the main campaign. Each World Quest has their own suggested power level you should be at before tackling them, with the highest being 260 for the EDZ quest. As noted in this article, it’s best to complete these when your Power level is at least 260, since Exotics are an easy way to increase your power level. Rat King Let’s start with what’s quite possibly the most difficult
Every public event in Destiny 2 features a hidden requirement that, once met, will trigger a more difficult heroic version. Many of these will spawn an additional boss or spawn more powerful enemies, and it’s always worth it to do the heroic version, as they increase your chances at greater rewards, including Exotic engrams. Here’s how to activate 8 different types of Heroic Events: Ether Resupply In order to trigger the heroic version of the battle against the giant Servitor, you must kill all of the smaller Servitors that spawn. There is usually one that initially spawns, followed by a