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How to get Two Sides Emblem in Destiny 2

Bungie is giving Two Sides emblem to Destiny 2 players for free, and here's how you can grab yours.
How to get Two Sides Emblem in Destiny 2
Destiny 2: The Witch Queen and Season of the Risen will be available soon, featuring new weapons, campaigns, destinations, a reworked Void subclass, and more in the game. The update is already available to pre-load, and players will be able to enjoy the latest content on 22nd February at 10:00 am PST.

Meanwhile, Bungie is giving away free Two Sides emblem to Destiny 2 players for purchasing Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Original Soundtrack Digital Edition and here's how you can get that.

Destiny 2: How to get Two Sides emblem

You will get two hours of music in the Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Original Soundtrack Digital Edition.
You will get two hours of music in the Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Original Soundtrack Digital Edition. (Picture: Bungie)

As mentioned above, the first thing that you need to do is purchase the Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Original Soundtrack Digital Edition. You can do it by visiting the Bungie Digital Store and it will cost you $10. 

After you do it, you will receive an email containing the download link to the track and a code to the Two Sides emblem. You can redeem it by going to the official Bungie code redemption page and then logging in with your account.

 

After that, once the Destiny 2: The Witch Queen maintenance gets over at 10:00 am PST, you can claim the Two Sides emblem in the game.

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Original Soundtrack Digital Edition costs $10
Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Original Soundtrack Digital Edition costs $10. (Picture: Bungie)

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Original Soundtrack Bungie Store Digital Edition includes two hours of music in MP3 format, high-quality Apple Lossless, and FLAC formats along with digital liner notes with a forward from the composers.

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen DLC is one of the biggest updates the game has ever received, and you can have a look at its official reveal trailer released by Bungie on YouTube below.

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Featured image courtesy of Bungie.