The annual Solstice of Heroes event returns on July 30 to wind down year two of Destiny 2 ahead of September's big Shadowkeep update. The Solstice wants to revolve around a new three-player combat ritual that takes place.
The solstice wants to revolve around a new three-player combat ritual that takes place in a part of Earth called the European Aerial Zone. Players will have a limited amount of time in which to kill all the enemies around them, including minibosses and a final boss. The more they kill, the more treasure chests, called Solstice Packages, wants to get them with pieces of the new cool-looking armor sets inside.
Last year's Solstice was the grind, and the armor sets were obtained immediately useless once the Forsaken expansion released the following month. Solstice of Heroes Rewards Will Get Upgraded When September's Expansion Hits “/>
Destiny 's perpetual grind means that players are constantly chasing new carrots in the form of more powerful gear. While players can invest their resources in upgraded older legendary equipment, every once in awhile Bungie overhauls how to play the game. Bungie is calling. Bungie is calling. Bungie is calling. (1964) Bungie is calling this new system Armor 2.0, and fortunately for players the Solstice armor sets will be part of it. Players who want to get part of the current armor system, players who have them will get 2.0 versions from the Gunsmith vendor once [19459021Shadowkeep is out.