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The Heroic version of Destiny: Rise of Iron‘s Wrath of the Machine raid was beaten in under an hour by Clan Die Busfahrer.

Clan Die Busfahrer completed the raid just over 45 minutes after it went live. Clan The Legend Himself followed shortly after in just over 47 minutes and finally normal mode world first title holders Clan Redeem came home in third in 49 minutes.

However, there was a slight controversy, as Clan Redeem suffered from a bug in their run that caused the whole group to wipe, costing the team several minutes. The bug causes an anti-cheat system to kick in if a player moves too far into the raid before the next objective appears after defeating a boss.

Yesterday, Bungie released update 2.4.1 for Destiny that upped the game’s maximum light level to 400 and reworked the light level of rewards from activities.

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Destiny’s Heroic Wrath of the Machine raid has been beaten

Destiny's Wrath of the Machine Heroic mode has been taken down.

By Matthew Bennett | 10/19/2016 05:00 AM PT

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The Heroic version of Destiny: Rise of Iron‘s Wrath of the Machine raid was beaten in under an hour by Clan Die Busfahrer.

Clan Die Busfahrer completed the raid just over 45 minutes after it went live. Clan The Legend Himself followed shortly after in just over 47 minutes and finally normal mode world first title holders Clan Redeem came home in third in 49 minutes.

However, there was a slight controversy, as Clan Redeem suffered from a bug in their run that caused the whole group to wipe, costing the team several minutes. The bug causes an anti-cheat system to kick in if a player moves too far into the raid before the next objective appears after defeating a boss.

Yesterday, Bungie released update 2.4.1 for Destiny that upped the game’s maximum light level to 400 and reworked the light level of rewards from activities.

Read More


About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89