Destiny 2 Raid Challenges, PC Performance Guide & Launch Calendar Detailed

Gwen Vasquez
October 21, 2017

Fair to say that the emote was quickly pulled from the in-game store, and players won't be able to get up to some Python-esque high jinks. They will add an optional objective to a different raid encounter each week.

This week, Bungie introduced the new Prestige modifier for Raids in Destiny 2, extending the life and excitement of the extremely hard team undertaking.

The game will launch on October 24 and PC players will have access to the game's campaign and multiplayer features.

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First up is the Leviathan raid, which requires six players. It'll be introduced to the PC version of the game on November 1, though only in normal difficulty. As a reminder, there's a four-hour-long maintenance session scheduled for today, probably to do some tweaking to get the servers ready for the PC version's arrival next week. Trials of the Nine will begin on the weekend of November 3. Finally, for the third week, we'll be getting the Raid in Prestige Mode, followed by Raid Guided Games, for those that need more assistance. Specifically, the post mentioned the timeline of upcoming activities over the next few weeks as well as known issues ahead of the game's release.

Although a lot of them are not issues that would affect more casual players, Destiny 2 has had a number of problems with glitches lately. Bungie said that the game won't offer any hints on how to complete the challenges, but an in-game message will pop up to let you know when you fail. Completing the Challenges will reward you with an emblem and a guaranteed Raid loot drop.

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