Bungie’s weekly devblog is online once again, and Destiny 2 fans once more have an eyeful of stuff to bask in. This week, the focus is mostly on the Tribute Hall’s opening as part of the ongoing 2019 Moments of Triumph and a look back at the GuardianCon fan convention.
As devotees of Destiny 2 already know, the Tribute Hall is a place for players to proudly display trophies of their past in-game accomplishments provided you have the right Glimmer or materials. After you’ve plopped down enough of these trophies, you’ll get access to the quest that will net you Bad Juju, an Exotic weapon that recharges your Super and refills the magazine with every kill.
The weekly post also offered a look back at last week’s GuardianCon fan event, provided some clearer instructions on how to unlock the High Roller Triumph, and gave a recap of patch 220.127.116.11, along with the usual community-focused niceties.
Finally, there’s the small matter of Destiny 2’s Steam launch. As readers know, the shuffle away from Battle.net to Steam that was dropped in the beginning of June is arriving along with the launch of the Shadowkeep expansion on September 17th. A tweet from the game has not only offered up the game’s Steam page, but has also confirmed that all of your Guardians, gear, game progress, and previous purchases will be making the move with you at no extra cost. A preliminary FAQ page has also been opened up that will be updated as details start to take shape, and fans are encouraged to sign up for a newsletter once instructions on how to migrate are written up.
Destiny 2 on PC is heading to Steam.
Your Guardians, vaults, progress, and all entitlements will make the move this September.
— Destiny 2 (@DestinyTheGame) July 11, 2019