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Bungie will offer real-life rewards to ‘Destiny 2’ raid victors

The championship belt pictured below may be one of the prizes.
Swapna Krishna, @skrishna
September 10, 2018
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If you're planning on participating in Bungie's Destiny 2: Forsaken Last Wish raid starting this Friday, then you may want to take note of the prizes on offer. The first fireteam to emerge triumphant will receive real-world trophies, not just in-game virtual ones. Each teammate will receive one. The belt pictured above was not cited specifically as one of the possible trophies, but since the image was included, it's fair to say that the champion wrestling-style belt may be given to members of the winning team.

There aren't many more details about the real-world prizes for this raid, but Bungie promises that more details will be revealed next week. This isn't the first time the company has offered real-life rewards for virtual accomplishments, but usually players have to purchase them, like the Destiny 2 rewards for lifetime achievements. If you are interested in playing Last Wish, the action begins this Friday. The raid goes live at 10 AM PT (1 PM ET).

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