Published: Thu, September 14, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Bungie Removes Destiny 2 Glove With 'Hate Symbol' On It

Bungie Removes Destiny 2 Glove With 'Hate Symbol' On It

Leviathan will go live on September 13 at 10:00 a.m. PDT, which gives Guardians very little time to prepare for the first raid of Destiny 2.

The link above has even more details, but don't read too much into it, as a. you could very well head into spoiler territory and ruin what the Raid might have to offer, and b. nothing's been completely confirmed by Bungie yet, so it may not be happening at all. Going in with anything lower is manageable, but be aware that entering the Raid with a lower Power Level could make you a detriment to your Fireteam. The Destiny 2 servers have seen intermittent error codes and outages for some players, but for many the launch of Destiny 2 has been smooth.

Teamwork is one of the main components of the game mode, with players needing to work together in order to achieve their goal, rather than attacking the tasks without any communication.

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"If you have witnessed the race to become the first to topple the final boss, you know we keep Raid info well under wraps".

Once the Raid goes live, the first thing to keep an eye on is usually who manages to figure out and complete all the game's challenges first: The Vault of Glass took players over 14 hours to crack, for example. Raids are definitely the most engaging and interesting content of Destiny, and that will likely continue into Destiny 2.

In order to access the Raid, simply select the Leviathan icon in the top right corner of the Director, which you can see in the image below. The Raid will begin from 6pm BST on Wednesday, September 13.

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