How to Get the Destiny 2 Spoils of Ishtar Emblem for Free

Can you do anything to get it for free now?

By Mehrdad Khayyat

September 21, 2021

With the Vault of Glass items going away from the Destiny 2 in-game shop later in August, now Bungie sends out the Destiny 2 Spoils of Ishtar Emblem for a certain part of the community.

Have you checked out your email inbox recently? Well, you might have received a new reward from Bungie by now regarding your activity during the Vault of Glass 2021 raid in Destiny 2.

The Spoils of Ishtar is a quite popular emblem in Destiny 2 and fans wouldn’t miss it if there would be a way to get it for free. Hopefully, some players can now grab it for free, but you should have done something in the previous months in Vault of Glass to be eligible for this giveaway.

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How to Get the Destiny 2 Spoils of Ishtar Emblem

As we mentioned earlier, only a certain part of the community receives the emblem for free, and you could actually be a part of this community if you had completed any purchase from a qualifying Vault of Glass-related item.

Unfortunately, those items were removed from the Bungie Store by the end of August 2021. So, simply put, you can do nothing to get the Spoils of Ishtar Emblem for free at the moment.

But if you have already purchased a Vault of Glass item, you’d better keep an eye out for your email inbox as you are going to receive a free code for the emblem sooner rather than later.

Destiny 2 is now available for free on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Staida, and PC. If you are an Xbox Game Pass subscriber on consoles, you can play the post-launch expansions of Destiny 2 for free as well.

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Mehrdad Khayyat

Mehrdad is a Senior Staff Writer at DualShockers. He started writing about video games since he was a high-school student. He's probably one of those rare Rainbow Six Siege fans that have the game installed and updated on every available platform.

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