FREE Destiny 2: Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack on Epic

You can grab a FREE Destiny 2 DLC in a promo by Epic Games available in a giveaway that ends August 30th 2022. The 30th Anniversary Pack includes a new Dungeon, Gjallarhorn Exotic Rocket Launcher, new weapons, armor, and much more.

FREE Destiny 2: Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack on Epic

To celebrate the launch of Destiny 2 on the Epic Games Store, anyone that adds Destiny 2 to their library during launch week will automatically be granted the Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack. (This same pack costs a whopping $25 on Steam!)

This DLC pack includes:

Celebrate Bungie’s 30th Anniversary with a new dungeon, the Gjallarhorn Exotic Rocket Launcher, Thorn armor set, and an arsenal of weapons, gear, and cosmetics inspired by Bungie’s past.

30th Anniversary Pack owners also gain access to additional cosmetic reward chests in the free Dares of Eternity activity.

Grasp of Avarice – Plunder the new three-player dungeon inspired by famed Cosmodrome loot caves of yore. Reveal a tale of riches and regret as you follow an adventurer who traded his humanity for treasure.

Treasure Galore – The Exotic Gjallarhorn returns alongside new weapons, ornament sets, emotes, Sparrows, Ghost Shells, and more. Pack your inventory with rewards that represent 30-years of Bungie, a legendary community, and a birthday party that could only happen starside.

HOW TO GET THIS FREE DLC:

You’ll need a base game of Destiny 2 to play this DLC. The base game is free and available here, and the free Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack DLC is here (free only before 30 August @ 5:00pm CET)


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