Destiny 2 Solstice of Heroes Guide - Moments of Triumph Rewards, Bounties, Vanguard Bounties, Crucible Bounties

Destiny 2 Solstice of Heroes Guide - Moments of Triumph Rewards, Bounties, Vanguard Bounties, Crucible Bounties

Here's everything you need to know about the Destiny 2 Solstice of Heroes event, including the start date, Moment of Triumph Bounties, and more.

The Destiny 2 Solstice of Heroes event is currently ongoing in Bungie's shooter, but it won't be sticking around forever. In this Destiny 2 Solstice of Heroes guide, we'll be walking you through everything you need to know about the current event, including the Destiny 2 Solstice of Heroes end date, how you can spend your Moments of Triumph points, as well as the various Solstice of Heroes armor items you can earn for your character, after a particularly lengthy grind.

For more info on everything Destiny 2 - related, head over to our Destiny 2 Guides Hub. It’s got details on all the key aspects of the game, and links to detailed guides on every major Destiny 2 expansion.

Destiny 2 Solstice of Heroes Event

The Solstice of Heroes event was revealed back near the beginning of last month by Bungie, but it's now finally live in Destiny 2. It kicked off back on July 31, and it'll be running all the way until August 28, which means you've got right around 4 weeks to grab every new loot item possible.

If you visit Ikora Rey during the event, she'll guide you to a special statue in The Tower. It's here that you'll be rewarded with a first armor set. We'll list all the armor sets you can earn just below:

  • Scorched armor - 240 Power.
  • Redkindled - 340 Power.
  • Resplendant - 400 Power.

You earn the Scorched armor set instantly upon visiting the new statue in The Tower. You then have to complete one objective for each piece in the new armor, and after that you're rewarded with the Rekindled set. Repeat this process to earn the best of the bunch: the Resplendant armor set.

Destiny 2 Bounties

As part of the new update, Bounties are now live in Destiny 2. There are a few types to contend with, each found in a different area of the starting hub. In this guide, we’ve got details on each type of Bounty, and the possible rewards you’ll get for completing them.

Destiny 2 Crucible Bounties

Great news Guardians, Crucible Bounties have arrived in Destiny 2 and can be completed to earn XP and rewards. Each day, players will have access to 5 Crucible Bounties. They can be picked up from Lord Shaxx.You can find Lord Shaxx in the Tower Courtyard, in the Farm. Acquiring a Bounty will cost 250 Glimmer, and you’ll only have 24 hours to complete it. Destiny 2 Crucible Bounties will grant rewards upon completion, these rewards include the following:

  • Crucible Rewards
  • Legendary Gear
  • Assorted Shaders

Destiny 2 Vanguard Bounties

The other kind of Bounties now available in Destiny 2 are Vanguard Bounties. Destiny 2 Vanguard Bounties can be picked up from Commander Zavala. Zavala can be found in the Tower Courtyard. He’s usually looking at the Traveller, so you’ll find him there. Each Vanguard Bounty will cost you 250 Glimmer, and there will be 5 Bounties a day to choose from. The Vanguard Bounties will be refreshed each day. Destiny 2 Vanguard Bounties will grant rewards upon completion, these rewards include the following:

  • Vanguard Tactician
  • Legendary Gear
  • Assorted Shaders

Destiny 2 Moments of Triumph Bounties

Moments of Triumph went live for Destiny 2 players back near the beginning of July, but you can now redeem all your Triumphs now that the Solstice of Heroes event has finally launched. Just below, you can see a complete list of the rewards you can earn, as well as how many points they each cost:

  • 125 Points - The Right Choice Ghost Shell.
  • 250 Points - Moments of Triumph T-shirt discount code.
  • 300 Points - Comrades in Arms Sparrow.
  • 400 Points - Eternally Triumphant Emblem.

If you unlock the Moments of Triumph discount code, it'll be sent to your Bungie.net account. Simply log into your account, and you'll be able to redeem the code, and then order the t-shirt on the official Bungie store.

This marks the end of our Destiny 2 guide on the new Solstice of Heroes event, as well as everything else that's recently been added to the FPS. We'll make sure to keep this guide updated as the event rolls on, so check back at a future date for more.

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