Destiny 2 Moments Of Triumph Kicks Into Gear July 9th With New Challenges And Rewards

Bungie has announced that it will be kicking off Moments of Triumph to celebrate Bungie Day 2019. Starting on July 9, moments of Triumph for Year 2 of Destiny 2 will become available. Players will be challenged to complete triumphs that span across the solar system from the Dreaming City to EDZ. Bungie says that this year, things are straightforward for gamers, complete with in-game triumphs and unlock rewards.

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The rewards include:
  • Complete one Moment of Triumph, earn the Moments of Triumph 2019 Emblem
  • Complete 5 Moments of Triumph, earn the Moments of Triumph 2019 Sparrow
  • Complete 10 Moments of Triumph, earn the Moments of Triumph 2019 Ship
  • Complete 15 Moments of Triumph, the Moments of Triumph T-Shirt offer becomes available
  • Complete ALL Moments of Triumph, unlock the Moments of Triumph 2019 Seal and Title
triumph tshirt

Players will be able to unlock real-world rewards with a special 2019 Moments of Triumph T-shirt available via Bungie Rewards. Players can start to earn their code offer by unlocking triumphs starting on Tuesday. Reward notifications and codes can be received via Bungie.net/rewards. All players who own Destiny 2 will be able to earn in-game rewards. To earn the t-shirt requires players to own Destiny 2: Forsaken. To complete all the 2019 Triumphs and unlock their title, players need to own the Destiny 2 Annual Pass. Triumphs are listed below:

Triumphs

  • Legendary Valor
  • Crucible Pinnacle Arms
  • Vanguard Pinnacle Arms
  • Nothing Left to Say
  • The Vault
  • Mythic
  • Gambit Pinnacle Arms
  • Inheritance
  • O Murderer Mine
  • Valiant Savior
  • Going the Distance
  • Prime Fashion
  • Bedazzled

Solstice of Heroes Triumphs

  • Strike Spelunker
  • Exotic Arsenal
  • Gun for Hire
  • Challenger
  • Fashion Hero
  • Above and Beyond
  • Master Smith

Bungie promises a blog post on July 24 to outline the new loot that Solstice of Heroes will bring later this summer. Bungie parted ways with Activision Blizzard in January 2019 and kept the Destiny franchise when it left.

Via:  Bungie
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