Destiny 2 Crown of Sorrow Raid - Power Level Requirements

Destiny 2 Crown of Sorrow Raid - Power Level Requirements

Here's our guide on preparing for the Destiny 2 Crown of Sorrow Raid, including the Power level requirements for all players.

The latest Raid to hit Destiny 2 is known as the Crown of Sorrows, and it comes through the Season of Opulence update. In our Destiny 2 Crown of Sorrows Raid guide, we'll be walking you through how to get ready for the Raid, as well as detailing the Crown of Sorrows Raid Power level requirements.

Destiny 2 Crown of Sorrow Raid

Now that the Season of Opulence has launched in Destiny 2, the Crown of Sorrow Raid is available straight away. This is actually pretty unusual for Destiny 2, since Bungie usually hold their Raid launches back until their well into a new seasonal event.

To get access to the new Season of Opulence event in Destiny 2, which encompasses the new Crown of Sorrows Raid, you'll need to own the Destiny 2 Annual Pass. This retails for $34.99 across PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and this gives you access to the new Season of Opulence content.

Destiny 2 Crown of Sorrow Power Level Requirement

The Power level requirement for undertaking the Crown of Sorrows Raid in Destiny 2 is 715. This puts the Raid roughly halfway up the new Power level cap, since the new maximum Power level introduced through Season of Opulence is 750.

Now that the Crown of Sorrows has launched in Destiny 2, all other Raid missions have been locked. The other Raid missions, like Last Wish, are going to stay locked until one team around the world beats the Crown of Sorrows.

Destiny 2 Crown of Sorrow Raid Weapons

As we right now, we don't have any concrete details on any of the new weapons that'll be available for you to earn through the Crown of Sorrow Raid. Based on past trends within Destiny 2, all signs point towards there being at least three new weapons to earn through beating the Raid, and the trailer seen above certainly points towards this, as a Fireteam of Guardians venture through the Raid with some previously unseen weaponry.

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