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Bungie has unveiled a new program that will award Destiny 2 players with special goodies, from in-game emblems to official soundtracks.

According to the developer’s latest blog post, Bungie Rewards officially launched on September 4th alongside Destiny 2‘s newest expansion, Forsaken. With it, Guardians can earn special items by completing various tasks in the sci-fi shooter. Currently, players can head to the official Bungie Rewards site to connect their player ID and opt in to the developer’s email chain.

The first rewards challenge is, of course, centered around the new DLC. Guardians that can complete the expansion’s campaign by the end of the month will win a digital download of Forsaken‘s original soundtrack. The prize includes “110 minutes of music plus two bonus tracks from the Whisper of the Worm quest that are available only through this offer.”

Guardians that love music and want more can also head to the Bungie Store to pick up the Special Edition of the Forsaken soundtrack, which will come with the OSTs for Curse of Osiris and Warmind, as well the Songs of the Forsaken in-game emblem. Plus, all purchases from now until November 28th will come with the Pursuit of Dreams emblem.

The developer teased that more prizes and challenges will be available down the line. Some of the tasks have been teased on the Bungie Rewards site already, including acquiring the Ace of Spades Exotic Hand Cannon and reaching Legend rank during season four. Overall, dedicated Guardians will have a few new activities to complete that will award some helpful items.

Destiny 2 is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Source: Bungie.net

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Bungie announces rewards program that nets Destiny 2-themed prizes

Bungie announces a new sort of rewards program that will give diehard Destiny 2 players a little something extra.

By Evan Slead | 09/5/2018 02:00 PM PT

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Bungie has unveiled a new program that will award Destiny 2 players with special goodies, from in-game emblems to official soundtracks.

According to the developer’s latest blog post, Bungie Rewards officially launched on September 4th alongside Destiny 2‘s newest expansion, Forsaken. With it, Guardians can earn special items by completing various tasks in the sci-fi shooter. Currently, players can head to the official Bungie Rewards site to connect their player ID and opt in to the developer’s email chain.

The first rewards challenge is, of course, centered around the new DLC. Guardians that can complete the expansion’s campaign by the end of the month will win a digital download of Forsaken‘s original soundtrack. The prize includes “110 minutes of music plus two bonus tracks from the Whisper of the Worm quest that are available only through this offer.”

Guardians that love music and want more can also head to the Bungie Store to pick up the Special Edition of the Forsaken soundtrack, which will come with the OSTs for Curse of Osiris and Warmind, as well the Songs of the Forsaken in-game emblem. Plus, all purchases from now until November 28th will come with the Pursuit of Dreams emblem.

The developer teased that more prizes and challenges will be available down the line. Some of the tasks have been teased on the Bungie Rewards site already, including acquiring the Ace of Spades Exotic Hand Cannon and reaching Legend rank during season four. Overall, dedicated Guardians will have a few new activities to complete that will award some helpful items.

Destiny 2 is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Source: Bungie.net

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About Evan Slead

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Evan has been loving games since he could hold a controller. When not replaying Megaman X or Castlevania: Symphony of the Night for the 100th time, he also has been writing about entertainment, from horror movie reviews for Bloody Good Horror to TV recaps and general news for Entertainment Weekly, and now all things gaming. Say hello on Twitter at @EvanSlead.