The most recent Destiny 2 occasion, Iron Banner, is live now in the Crucible. The occasion comes back from the first Destiny, offering exclusive reinforcement and gear in the event that you procure enough Tokens. Nonetheless, things are a little different this time around.
Likewise with every single Crucible mode, matches are currently 4v4 as opposed to 6v6. What's more, Iron Banner is presently entirely about ability; Power levels are not considered, as Light levels were beforehand. "You're fighting abilities, not your power levels, will choose the result," developer Bungie says.
You can get to the Iron Banner by going by Lord Saladin in the Tower. That errand itself requires that you finish the crusade, as the Tower is inaccessible until you've done as such. Once you've talked with Saladin, Iron Banner is entered through its own Crucible playlist- - which highlights Quickplay modes and matchmaking- - and you can play as a Fireteam or make a plunge solo.
Press Banner is live now and keeps going the whole week, finishing with the week after week reset on October 17. For additional on the occasion, investigate all the Destiny 2 Iron Banner gear, weapons, and rewards you can gain.
Another occasion, the Leviathan Prestige Raid, was expected to go live today, yet that has now been postponed until Wednesday, October 18. Bungie stated: "An adventure has been found in the Leviathan Raid that makes the experiences be stripped of their intended test. To enable time to settle this issue, we are delaying the begin of the Prestige Raid until one week from now. It's important to us that the group who gains World First status doesn't have their legacy tarnished by doubt, skepticism, or uncertainty." However, the arrival of Destiny 2's new guide, Distant Shore, proceeded as arranged and it's live at this point.