Here's The Destiny 2 Exotic Loot Twitch Prime Subscribers Get
A day ahead of them actually becoming available, Twitch leaked info about an upcoming partnership with Bungie that’ll give in-game Destiny 2 gear to Twitch Prime subscribers. That loot is now available to Destiny 2 players after servers were down most of the day yesterday, allowing you to claim an Exotic weapon, an ornament, a ship, and a Ghost shell.
Bungie tweeted a look at what loot you can grab today after this week’s Update 2.7.1 created new issues in the game, robbing some players of their upgrade materials and currencies. That issue has been fixed and servers are back online, allowing you to claim your Destiny 2 loot from twitchprime.com. Expect monthly drops for the next six months, consisting of four items. For January, you can claim the SOROS Regime auto rifle, a SOROS ornament to change the gun’s appearance, the Skyline Flipside Ghost shell, and the Unsecured/Outcry ship. It’s worth noting that none of that gear is exclusive to Twitch Prime subscribers, but it will save you the effort of trying to get it all as random drops from Exotic engrams you’ll get in the world, or from Fond Memories engrams you get by leveling your seasonal rank.
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Twitch leaked some info about the new loot ahead of schedule when it posted a banner image advertising the Destiny 2 gear on twitch.tv, as noted in a post on Reddit by user SkaterCobe. The advertisement said you’ll be able to get claim “Exotic and Legendary Gear” as a Twitch Prime subscriber.
It’s a fairly common practice for Twitch to partner with various big games to give away in-game items for Twitch Prime subscribers. Titles including Apex Legends and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare have handed out digital loot if you use Twitch Prime. The upshot is that in the US and some other countries, Twitch Prime is included with Amazon Prime–so if you already use Amazon’s services, you’re pretty much claiming free gaming loot, too. Check out the full list of what’s coming for Twitch Prime subscribers in February.
Destiny 2 has had a couple of big weeks for streamers lately, thanks to the Corridors of Time secret quest that had a huge portion of the Destiny 2 community working together to solve a giant in-game puzzle. Solving the Corridors of Time’s maze led to early access to Destiny 2’s latest Exotic weapon, Bastion, as well as some new story tidbits. As of the January 28 weekly reset, the Corridors are no longer accessible in Destiny 2, making the event one of the “you had to be there” moments Bungie says it’s trying to push with its new approach to seasonal content.
While you might be able to get some in-game Destiny 2 goodies through Twitch Prime at some point soon, you’ll have to wait to actually play the game. Bungie’s latest Destiny patch, Update 2.7.1, has squashed a lot of bugs that have persisted through the Season of Dawn, but introduced a new one that’s apparently stealing some players’ Glimmer, Bright Dust, and Legendary Shards currencies. Bungie took its Destiny 2 servers down for emergency maintenance while it tries to figure out the problem.
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