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Destiny 2: All uncapped Raids

2020-07-09 10:46:16

Our path through Destiny 2 has allowed us to know many interesting places and areas, here we focus on showing you all uncapped Raids

There are a total of 5 uncovered raids that will be necessary to know while we venture to tour Destiny 2 and update 2.1.9 as this allows us to get some shaders and some weekly rewards that are definitely not bad, for now there is a limited amount but we cannot guarantee That is always the case since developers as time passes can come up with other planes that can allow us to have more interesting content.

Who are the shaders who pull the uncovered forays into Destiny 2?

Taking out the uncovered raids allows us to obtain some interesting objects when completing them, and best of all, each raid has a specific one, these elements being interesting to achieve some type of customization, but this is not only here because we are lucky and managed to achieve The 5 raids, which is exactly the objective that we must consider, we can access to get a special emblem and this opens the doors to the opportunity to buy a raid ring

  • We can get a luxurious Emote toast and shaders by completing the Spur of the Stars raid.
  •     We can access shaders when we complete the Crown of Grief raid.
  •     We got the Ghost Shell and Shaders from the content by completing the Leviathan Raid.
  •     We can get shaders when we complete the Worlds Eater raid.
  •     We can get shaders by completing the Scourge of the Past raid.

What are all uncapped Raids in Destiny 2?

There are only 5 raids and it will be necessary to complete them to be eligible for rewards, it is only necessary to play since a simple view does not seem to have much emphasis or be complex but if they are important, especially because they are limited in terms of rewards, and these are the following:

  •     Leviathan.
  •     The spur of the stars.
  •     The crown of grief.
  •     The scourge of the past.
  •     The worlds eater.

Definitely here what counts the most is the possibility of playing enough and Destiny 2 specifically is one of those games where there is a lot to do, since the possibility of knowing all the outstanding incursions allows us to have some objects that can be useful.

Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia
First-person shooter
Bungie, Vicarious Visions (Microsoft Windows), High Moon Studios (Dlcs)
Activision (2017–2019) , Bungie (2019–present)
Tiger Engine
Release date:
September 6, 2017

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