Virgin Media is Offering Destiny 2 Players a Chance to Visit Bungie Studios

Virgin Media is partnering with Activision and Destiny 2 to send one winner and a friend to Seattle to visit Bungie Studios.

on August 31, 2018 10:59 AM

Bungie Studios is pretty neat. If you’re looking to take that traditional picture of you facing off against a Fallen Captain from Destiny 2, or if you’ve always wanted to see those life-size statues of Master Chief from back in the day, here’s your chance. Virgin Media is hosting a “Last Guardian Standing” challenge and offering the winner a trip to Seattle, WA to meet the developers alongside YouTuber Arekkz Gaming.

I’ve been there and it’s definitely an opportunity you don’t want to pass up, especially because the contest is free-to-enter.

The challenge begins today in celebration of Destiny 2‘s upcoming expansion Destiny 2: Forsaken. It will task players with answering five lore questions to gain entry, and then will continue with more and more lore questions until only one contestant remains. That contestant will receive a trip to Bungie Studios.

You can enter the contest here, which begins today at 3:00 pm EST, 8:00 pm UK time. Details of the contest can be found below:

  1. Round 1: Answer five Destiny themed questions to be in with a chance of advancing to the next stage (closing date Monday 10  September – 8pm)
  2. Round 2: 20 entrants that answered all five questions correctly will be picked at random to submit a short video that proves their love for the game – all will win a Destiny 2 prize bundle
  3. Round 3: four lucky finalists will then go head-to-head in the ultimate Destiny knowledge test
  4. Round 4: The last Guardian standing will fly to the US in November with a friend and Arekkz

Destiny 2: Forsaken will launch on September 4 for PC, Xbox One, and PS4. You can check out the launch trailer here. Look out for DualShockers’ review of the expansion next week.

(p.s. That hammer is really heavy)

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Noah Buttner is a staff writer at Dualshockers. He specializes in textual and visual analysis and is based in New York, where he recently obtained a degree in Journalism from Stony Brook University.