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Destiny 2 30th Anniversary pack owners will get exclusive rewards

Players can snag free cosmetic reward chests after completing the six-player activity in the upcoming 30th anniversary event.
Destiny 2 30th Anniversary pack owners will get exclusive rewards

After a relatively quiet November, Destiny 2 is all set to bring new content through Bungie's upcoming 30th Anniversary Pack. The studio has been surprisingly tight-lipped on what's actually in store for its 30th-anniversary celebration, though a recent Steam listing shed some light on this mid-season update just days before its launch.

Ever since the reveal of Destiny 2: Bungie's 30th Anniversary Pack, fans haven't shied away from sharing their excitement for all the new content that's coming while also slamming Bungie for the hefty price tag of $24.99 (£21.99). Despite all the backlash, the pricing remains the same, though, thankfully, not everything in the upcoming 30th-anniversary fiesta is locked behind a paywall.

Free rewards in Destiny 2: Bungie's 30th Anniversary celebrations

Destiny 2 30th anniversary bundle and rewards
The treasure room in the six-player activity. (Picture: Bungie)

According to the Steam page, 30th Anniversary Pack owners will gain additional reward chests in the six players free activity called "Dares of Eternity".

Notable game journalist, Paul Tassi, took to Twitter to share the aforementioned information while also suggesting that these reward chests could simply offer cosmetic items. Bungie's senior community manager, Dylan Gafner, soon confirmed that these reward chests offer additional cosmetic items to players who complete the six players activity.

While Bungie has yet to show what these cosmetic rewards will look like, fans should expect them to reflect the 30-year history of Bungie. Eagled eyed fans have already deciphered what could be Halo weapons coming to Destiny 2, courtesy of new screenshots posted on the Steam page.  While this seems too far fetched, given that Microsoft owns the right to Halo franchise, they could just be Halo inspired ornaments. 


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Featured image courtesy of Bungie.

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