Destiny 2’s Solstice of Heroes Event Gets New Screenshots Showing New Gear, Decorations and More

A new gallery of screenshots of Destiny 2's event Solstice of Heroes showcases its upgradable gear, the decorated tower, and more.

on July 30, 2018 3:14 PM

Following the reveal of the Solstice of Heroes event in Destiny 2, Activision and Bungie followed up with a press release including a bunch of screenshots related to the celebrations.

We get to see the armor set that players will be able to upgrade through the event in its three iterations, “Scorched” at power level 240, “Rekindled” at 340, and “Resplendent” at 400.

The screenshots also showcase the “redux” missions that we’ll be able to play in order to upgrade the armor, the statues that will provide them, and the decorations that will transform the Tower as the guardians are invited to meditate on the events that led to the loss of the City to the Red Legion at the beginning of the game, and on the journey that led them to today.

Ikora is also included since she will be our guide throughout the event, which will start tomorrow, July 31st, and run until August 28th

You can check out all the screenshots 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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