Destiny 2 Moments of Triumph 2020 is upon us, giving us another chance to raise a sword to our accomplishments during the third year of Bungie's space shooter. It was confirmed in the Destiny 2 Season of Arrivals roadmap (opens in new tab), and means we've got another set of Triumphs to grind towards.
While we won't know everything about this year's celebration until it goes live on the next Destiny 2 reset (opens in new tab), we already have a good idea of what's to come thanks to the info gleaned on Light.gg (opens in new tab). That said, we don't know much about what we can hope for in terms of cosmetic rewards, besides a new mystery seal.
Before we get into the Triumphs themselves, know that you need to own the season 11 pass to complete every one. Here's what you can expect from the Destiny 2 Moments of Triumph 2020 grind bonanza.
When did the Destiny 2 Moments of Triumph 2020 start?
The Destiny 2 Moments of Triumph 2020 started on July 7, and you have until September 22 to tick off all your new achievements. That takes us all the way up to the Destiny 2: Beyond Light release date (opens in new tab) and it crosses over with the upcoming Solstice of Heroes event.
The Triumphs we know so far
Now that the event is live, here's the full list of triumphs that you can start working toward right now:
- Season Pass Rank: Attain rank 100 in Season of Arrivals
- Season of Arrivals: Valor Legend: During Season of Arrivals, reach the Legend Valor rank and reset your Valor rank.
- Gambit Standout: During Season of Arrivals, deposit Motes and defeat combatants with precision final blows in Gambit.
- K1 Discovered: Complete and loot all of the Moon's Lost Sectors.
- Altars of Sorrow: Final Phase: Defeat a Tier V Nightmare Boss.
- Garden of Salvation: Complete the Garden of Salvation raid.
- Destroyer of Heretics: Complete the Destiny 2 Pit of Heresy (opens in new tab).
- Prophecy Complete: Complete the Prophecy dungeon.
- Interference: Clear the Air: Defeat Savathûn's mysterious Supplicant in mission, 'Interference'.
- Hive-God Optometrist: Find and destroy all of Savathûn's Eyes (opens in new tab).
- Above and Beyond: Earn Glow on any Solstice of Heroes Armor
- The Majesty of It: Obtain Magnificent Legendary Solstice Armor
- Exotic Arsenal: Claim the 3 new Exotic weapons from Season of Arrivals
- Trials Victories: Win matches in the Trials of Osiris
- Ordeal or No Deal: Complete Ordeal strikes. Challenging strikes grant the most efficient progress.
- For the Vanguard: Complete strikes in any strike playlist
- Challenger: Complete weekly challenges throughout the system
- Gun for Hire: Complete bounties throughout the system
- Triumph Apprentice: Attain a moderate triumph score to earn a Bungie.net code for the Sunset Emblem
- Triumph Master: Attain a high triumph score to earn a Bungie.net code for the Eclipsed Sunset Emblem
- Scourge of the Past Raid: Complete the "Scourge of the Past" raid
- Crown of Sorrow Raid: Complete the "Crown of Sorrow" raid
- Spire of Stars Raid: Complete the "Spire of Stars" raid
- Eater of Worlds Raid: Complete the "Eater of Worlds" raid
- Leviathan Raid: Complete the "Leviathan" raid
- Reward - Raid Ring and Emblem: Complete all 5 raids to earn a Bungie.net token that unlocks the Raid Ring for purchase at the Bungie store and a unique emblem.
- Reward - Emblem: Complete Triumphs to earn the 2020 emblem
- Reward - Sparrow: Complete Triumphs during Moments of Triumph to earn the 2020 sparrow
- Reward - Ghost: Complete Triumphs to earn the 2020 ghost
- Bungie Rewards Triumph Shirt Available: Complete Triumphs to earn a Bungie.net token that unlocks the 2020 shirt for purchase at the Bungie Store
Challenges like Hive-God Optometrist may require you to have the pass for Season of Arrivals. Savathûn's Eyes can't be destroyed at time of writing, and it's thought that you may need the upcoming exotic trace rifle, Destiny 2 Ruinous Effigy (opens in new tab), to do it, for which you'll need the newest pass. For that and everything else Moments of Triumph 2020, though, we'll have to wait and see.
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