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Destiny 2’s Moments of Triumph will begin Tuesday with limited-time rewards

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The 7th of July marks the official Bungie Day celebration, and this year it’s bringing new triumphs to the game. As with last year’s event, players will be able to earn unique rewards for completing various challenges throughout the game.

The event will begin on Tuesday, with the weekly reset, a unique ship, emblem, sparrow, t-shirt, and titles up for grabs. Bungie says Year 2 Moments of Triumph will take players across the solar system, with a total of five reward tiers.

Players only have to complete one triumph to earn the Moments of Triumph 2019 emblem. Complete five, and they’ll unlock a sparrow, while 10 will net them a shiny new ship. As with last year, the completion of 15 challenges gives a discount on a custom $777,777 t-shirt. Do all 20 of the tasks, and you can expect a seal and title.

Unfortunately, that will require ownership of the game’s season pass. While you can earn up to 15 with the Forsaken DLC, the final five require the latest content. The full list is as follows:

Triumphs:

  • Legendary Valor
  • Crucible Pinnacle Arms
  • Vanguard Pinnacle Arms
  • Nothing Left to Say
  • The Vault
  • Mythic
  • Gambit Pinnacle Arms
  • Inheritance
  • O Murderer Mine
  • Valiant Savior
  • Going the Distance
  • Prime Fashion
  • Bedazzled

Solstice of Heroes Triumphs:

  • Strike Spelunker
  • Exotic Arsenal
  • Gun for Hire
  • Challenger
  • Fashion Hero
  • Above and Beyond
  • Master Smith

In the blog post, Bungie also promised new Solstice of heroes loot, which will be unveiled on July 24. The items will be on sale at up to 50%, so it’s worth grabbing them while you can.

It also announced a restock of its store merch, including its Bungie Foundation line, from which all of the purchases support hospitalized children. Any purchases in the store will until July 14 earn you a Sign of Celebration emblem.

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Finally, the developer shared some 4K concept art to reminisce on its journey so far. They include some fantastic shots of the Moon, which players will return to in the upcoming Shadowkeep expansion.

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