- Bungie ends its 4-year partnership with Prime Gaming, marking the final drop of free Destiny 2 content for players.
- The final set in February adds four additional items, including a Timed Prime-exclusive legendary shader.
- Destiny 2 players can still access the final Prime Gaming rewards until March 7, 2024, featuring exclusive emotes, ships, sparrows, and shaders.
Bungie announces the final Prime Gaming Rewards drop, bringing the free Destiny 2 content program to an end after 4 years and 49 sets being released. Loot is a massive part of the Destiny 2 experience, with tons of ways players can get their hands on new weapons and gear. The seasonal model of Destiny 2 has allowed Bungie to continue to bring new and revised loot back into the game, including the recent Riven’s Wishes weekly quest, giving fans an opportunity to earn newer exotic armor, Last Wish raid weapons, as well as other rarer materials.
Bungie has also been leaning on collaborations with other franchises a bit more in recent years as well ranging from The Witcher, Fortnite, and even with Sony first party IPs like Horizon, Ghost of Tsushima, and God of War. However, the studio recently announced a surprising team up with EA and BioWare, bringing the Mass Effect franchise into Destiny 2. Bungie promises more details to come, but for now, the armor sets reference Garrus Vakarian for Hunters, Commander Shepard for Titans, and Liara T’Soni for Warlocks. For those looking for more free content, Bungie also revealed a new Prime Gaming Rewards drop that’s available now.
Destiny 2 Adds Weekly Missions for Raid Weapons, Other Rewards
Bungie reveals the new Wishes weekly mission content including high value rewards Destiny 2 players can receive including raid weapons and exotics.
In its weekly blog post, Bungie confirmed that the 49th set of Destiny 2 content has arrived on the Prime Gaming rewards program. However, this latest Destiny 2 content drop is unique in that it will be the final one to launch on Prime Gaming Rewards, with the promotion coming to an end after a lengthy period of time. The Destiny 2 Prime bundles began in January 2020, spanning across four years, giving players access to a wealth of free cosmetic content including emotes, sparrows, ships, weapons, and plenty more in that time.
What’s in the February 2024 Prime Gaming Rewards
The blog post detailed the final Prime Gaming drop and confirmed that interested Destiny 2 players will have just over a month to accept it, as the bundle will be removed on March 7, 2024. However, the items will remain in the kiosk located behind Master Rahool at the Tower beyond the March 7 deadline once they’ve been accepted. The final Destiny 2 bundle gives players four additional items, including what Bungie is calling a Timed Prime-exclusive legendary shader. Here is everything players can expect in the February Destiny 2 Prime bundle.
- Vehement Flock exotic emote
- Knucklebug exotic ship
- Directoria Sagitta legendary sparrow
- Timed Prime-exclusive legendary shader
With an extended Season of the Wish due to The Final Shape delay, gear chasing has continued to become a major component for many players within Destiny 2, attempting to get the best rolls for this season’s weapons. However, not every peice of armor or weapons from the 10-year history of Destiny has managed to return to the current game, with many fans continuing to request set that have been seen only in cutscenes from the original game.
Bungie’s Destiny 2 is an online FPS that blends single-player and multiplayer content. Constantly evolving, the shooter has established a strong following since its 2017 debut.
- August 28, 2017
- Online Multiplayer , Online Co-Op
- T For TEEN for Blood, Language, and Violence
- Destiny 2: Forsaken , Destiny 2: Shadowkeep , Destiny 2: Beyond Light , Destiny 2: The Witch Queen , Destiny 2: Lightfall