Bungie has revealed a number of new Emblems that will only be available to returning players in Destiny 2.
According to the developer, players will have until August 1st, 2017 to accomplish the deeds required to unlock these emblems in the sequel. However, four of the new Emblems can no longer be obtained, as they are connected to the first two years of Destiny.
“Fair warning for those of you who joined us in progress: Some of these emblems have been reserved for Guardians who stood together during specific, triumphant moments in time,” Bungie explains. “In the literal sense of the word, the four emblems that fall into that category are strictly about commemorating and respecting the deeds of those who were there with us at the beginning of our first and second year of adventures.
“Two, however, are still actively achievable as part of the Age of Triumph record book, and one is tied directly to your still malleable Grimoire score.”
Players will need to achieve the following to unlock all seven of the Emblems:
- Laurel Triumphant: You completed a Moment of Triumph during Destiny’s first year.
- Laurea Prima II: You completed all 10 Moments of Triumph during Destiny’s first year.
- Slayer of Oryx: You owned The Taken King and completed a Moment of Triumph during Destiny’s second year.
- Heard the Call: You owned The Taken King and completed all 8 Moments of Triumph during Destiny’s second year.
- Young Wolf: You owned Rise of Iron and reached Rank 2 in the Age of Triumph record book.
- Saladin’s Pride: You owned Rise of Iron and reached Rank 7 in the Age of Triumph record book.
- Lore Scholar: Your achieved a Grimoire score of over 5,000 in Destiny 1.
It’s not just Emblems though, Bungie also has a few other things planned for Destiny veterans, but said that they “are best left for you to experience for yourself.”
The developer also revealed that the final Iron Banner event will take place on August 1st, followed by the final Trials of Osiris on August 11th. Bungie added that these events will return in Destiny 2 “in unexpected ways.”
Destiny 2 launches September 6th for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with a PC release to follow on October 24th.