The next phase of Destiny 2’s evolution, Shadowkeep, is due out this fall, which will mark the start of the game’s third year of content. Developer Bungie often marks the close of a year of content with Moments of Triumph, a series of in-game feats for you to complete. The next set of Moments of Triumphs kicks off with the weekly reset today, July 9, offering a bunch of new stuff you can earn to show off your Destiny 2 prowess. Here’s what rewards to expect, although the specifics of exactly what you’ll have to do remain unconfirmed for the time being. [Update: Moments of Triumph are now live–you can find them by navigating to the Triumphs section of the director and looking for a newly added Seal. There, you’ll find the complete list of all Moments of Triumph, one of which points to Bad Juju now being in the game. Check out the full patch notes for more (RIP, Menagerie chest glitch 2019-2019).]
Bungie detailed the next Moments of Triumph release on its blog, where it revealed a list of Triumphs players will get a chance to complete during the event. “Players will be challenged to complete triumphs that span content throughout the solar system, from the Dreaming City to the EDZ,” Bungie wrote in the post. “This year will be fairly straight forward: Complete in-game triumphs, unlock rewards.”
Those rewards range from in-game stuff to the opportunity to buy exclusive stuff in the real world:
- One Moment of Triumph earns you a special Destiny 2 emblem.
- Five nets you a special Sparrow.
- 10 will earn you a new ship.
- 15 unlocks the ability to purchase a Moments of Triumph t-shirt from the Bungie store.
- Finishing all the Moments will earn you a seal and title, which are Destiny 2’s most prestigious, toughest-to-earn in-game offerings.
It also sounds like the Moments of Triumph will work together with Destiny 2’s next timed event, the Solstice of Heroes. Slated to start on July 30, the event includes a handful of Triumphs of its own, and will also offer new loot for players to earn. Moments of Triumph runs through August 27, ending just before the September launch of Shadowkeep.
What we don’t know right now are what the Moments of Triumph will entail or how tough they’ll be to unlock. Bungie included a list of Triumphs in the blog post, but not their requirements–but many sound like Triumphs that were part of Annual Pass content releases from throughout the year. That might mean that some players will get a jump on clearing out their list of Triumphs, at least until the Solstice of Heroes starts up.
In addition to the new Moments of Triumph this week, there’s also a new Exotic weapon for players to earn: Lumina, a hand cannon that heals teammates as it kills enemies. Check out our full Lumina guide for more details on how to unlock it.