The Olympics-themed Guardian Games event is returning to Destiny 2 on April 20, and it’s free for all players to participate in. In this event, players of the three different Destiny classes — Titan, Hunter, and Warlock — compete by completing special quest cards and triumphs to see who can accrue the most medals by the end of the event on May 9. The class that has the most medals by the end of the event wins special first place class items as well as a trophy displayed on the tower for the rest of the year. The other classes receive second place silver and third place bronze class items based on where they scored in the ranking. All players can earn the Heir Apparent Exotic machine gun and its catalyst, as well as a new Exotic Sparrow speeder.
Will you be participating in the Guardian Games? Let me know. The latest Destiny 2 expansion, Destiny 2: Beyond Light, is available now for $40 on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC. The base game is free, so if you’re looking to try Destiny 2 out before investing any money, you can do so. If you do decide to try the game, don’t miss my beginner’s guide on how to get into Destiny 2 in 2021. Also, for some weapons and builds that will enhance your ability to compete in the Guardian Games, check out my list of the 10 best Destiny 2 weapons you need to farm in Season of the Chosen as well as a guide to the best Destiny 2 builds, and how to make your own.
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