Bungie is making PC specific tweaks to Destiny 2

This is a big blow to the end game of the original Destiny, but it makes sense considering Activision is trying to get active players to move forward to the sequel.

"Others are little touches that will fall snuggly into the realm of 'you just had to be there.' We're not going to spoil them for you right here and right now".

Bungie will release "Destiny 2" on September 6.

However, it's still not too late to get a few of these emblems.

credit//GamePressBasically, it's a bad idea to launch your game just before the busiest day you'll ever have and just hope the servers hold up.

Laurel Triumphant: Complete a Moment of Triumph during Destiny's first year. And so, if you're playing the Raid on PC or you're playing it on PlayStation [4], it's the same Raid. You can't do this one either if you're new to Destiny.

Heard the Call: You owned The Taken King and completed all 8 Moments of Triumph during Destiny's second year. "Two, however, are still actively achievable as part of the Age of Triumph record book, and one is tied directly to your still malleable Grimoire score", the post states. You can watch E3 footage captured on the PC version of the game which shows very little drift as a semi-automatic weapon empties numerous bursts of fire into enemies.

Considering some of the tasks required by the Year 3 record book, achieving rank 7 is something only the Destiny 1 elite would possibly be able to achieve.

This isn't all that Bungie has planned for Destiny 1 veterans that purchase and play Destiny 2 though.

Bungie will be tracking the deeds for these rewards until August 1, at which point everything freezes for the data migration.

"Whether you've been with us from the very beginning and failed to spend your Strange Coins on Gjallarhorn in week 2, rose up for the first time to throw shade at Oryx deep within his creepy loot-filled fortress, or took your first steps in the snow of Old Russia after hearing the howls of Lord Saladin's wolfpack, it has been our honor to host you in our world".

  • Arturo Norris