In case you didn’t know, today is Bungie Day! To mark the occasion, Bungie has a few treats in store for Bungie Day 2020. In addition to that, and possibly of more importance for players, the Destiny 2 Moments of Triumph 2020 rewards have been revealed today!
In case you’re not aware, this isn’t a day the studio picked to put the spotlight on themselves, but rather, it was the community that designated the seventh day of the seventh month as Bungie Day.
Here’s what the studio has to say about today:
Today, on the seventh day of the seventh month, we celebrate Bungie Day.
Before you go thinking we’re on an ego-trip here, this isn’t something we created to honor ourselves. The very first Bungie Day was hosted by the players as a way to express their love for the games we make. We joined that party and, in the years that followed, we’ve used the occasion to celebrate that same community.It’s a bit of an understatement to say that 2020 has been a challenging year. At the same time, games have a chance to help people feel less isolated in a world that may be closed to them. We hope you can take some time today to enjoy the friendships and memories forged through the games we’ve had the privilege of creating.Today is a celebration of you.
The Moments of Triumph 2020 is now live! Check out the challenges in-game, and here’s a quick rundown of the Moments of Triumph 2020 rewards:
For the truly committed, a new Seal and the “MMXX” title will be available for completing all 28 Triumphs, including some Triumphs that will go live during Solstice of Heroes in August. These must be completed during Season of Arrivals, but you can continue to show off your exclusive title in future Seasons as proof of your dedication.
You can check out more details regarding the Moments of Triumph for this year, right here.
As part of today’s event, Bungie has removed the weekly reward limit from featured raids!
FEATURED RAIDSStarting today, the weekly reward limit is being removed from five featured raids. You will be able to farm rewards, including Exotics, from the main encounters as much as you like. Secret chests will still remain on a weekly limit. Here are the five featured raids:
- Eater of Worlds
- Spire of Stars
- Crown of Sorrow
- Scourge of the PastThere will also be some cosmetic items available for completing the five featured raids.
- Leviathan Triumph completion offers the Contender’s Ghost Shell and shaders
- Eater Triumph completion offers shaders
- Spire Triumph completion offers the Luxurious Toast emote and shaders
- Crown Triumph completion offers shaders
- Scourge Triumph completion offers shadersCompleting all 5 of the featured raids grants players a special emblem along with the ability to purchase a special raid ring through Bungie Rewards.
Aside from those, the studio also released a patch for Destiny 2 today, which has quite a nunber of fixes. There’s also the weekly reset as well, which you might want to check out here.