The launch of Destiny 2‘s third season introduced one of the most difficult challenges to the shooter: Crucible ranking. While many Guardians have attempted to reach the highest level in the competitive PvP mode, there haven’t been any reported winners—until now.
Well-known Destiny 2 content creator One Second Kill recently posted on Twitter that he reached the Legend level in the Glory rankings. As seen in the tweet below, the now legendary Hunter has earned the True Glory emblem to prove his success in the ranking mode.
World’s First Legend. Was an honor to play this game mode. Alot of intesne matches with amazing friends. Thanks for making such a great Crucible experience. Hope for many more to come. @Bungie pic.twitter.com/O3K39mupJd
— OneSecondKill (@OneSecondKill) May 15, 2018
It’s important to note that while One Second Kill said he earned World’s First status, Bungie replied in a later tweet that World’s First hasn’t been confirmed yet. Regardless, reaching the highest level was no easy task, especially seeing that the player’s highest win streak was 95 matches. The Crucible rankings offer two versions to players: Valor and Glory. While Valor only tracks a players number of wins in PvP, players climb the ranks in Glory by winning and can drop by losing. With that in mind, other Guardians should be prepared to win close to 100 matches in a row to reach Legend level.
The content creator added in a follow-up tweet that his favorite loadout for Quickplay matches was the Legendary hand cannon Better Devils, Legendary pulse rifle Darkest Before, and a sniper rifle. As for the Competitive playlist, he used the Exotic pulse rifle Graviton Lance (recently buffed by Bungie) and the Legendary submachine gun Antiope-D.
Bungie did recently confirm World’s First status for another impressive feat. The developer officially announced fireteam Clan Redeem as the first group of Guardians to conquer Warmind‘s new raid lair, Spire of Stars. While it was an amazing accomplishment, it took the team over six hours to complete, which means it shouldn’t be too long until other fireteams are able to beat the raid lair in a shorter amount of time.
Destiny 2 is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Source: OneSecondKill on Twitter