Destiny 2 Gets New Trailer Showcasing Solstice of Heroes Event

A new trailer for Destiny 2 showcases the Solstice of Heroes Event, which will prompt Guardians to remember the voyage from the loss of the city onward.

on July 30, 2018 12:51 PM

Today Bungie and Activision released a new trailer of the shared-world shooter Destiny 2, advertising a new event dubbed Solstice of Heroes.

The event will run from tomorrow, July 31st, until August 28th, and will commemorate the loss of the City to the Red Legion at the beginning of the game’s story.,

The focal point of the event will be a Statue of Heroes erected at the center of the Tower. Not only it’ll track your progress in the event, but it’ll give you a “Scorched” armor set at power level 240. Each armor piece will include a series of objectives that – once accomplished – will turn it into a “Rekindled” set with power level 340. A second set of objectives on this set will let you upgrade it to the level 400 “Resplendent” set, and a final series of objectives will let you get the final unlock to the Masterwork version.

Interestingly, the Resplendent set also lets you equip the looks of the previous sets as ornaments.

Among the objectives to complete are “Redux” missions, which are slightly altered versions of story missions.

The event also includes new Moments of Triumph, and dedicated engrams including weapons, vehicles, emotes, and armor glows.

You can check out the trailer below. If you want to know more about Destiny 2, you can enjoy the latest trailer of the upcoming Forsaken expansion, a recent video and our hands-on preview from E3 2018.

The expansion, that will come to PS4, Xbox One, and PC on September 4th, can already be pre-ordered on Amazon.

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