Destiny Will Come To An End With T-Shirts

On March 28, Bungie will launch the Age of Triumph, an event that they're describing as a celebration of all things Destiny. In addition to updating old raids for current light levels (390), the Age of Triumph will come with a massive 13-page record-book full of tough achievements. Beat enough of them to hit "rank 7" and you'll get a T-shirt.

Yes, this is Destiny, a video game in which players travel through space for thousands of hours just to get the option to buy a T-shirt. It will come with your PSN/XBL name and everything.

Bungie is also adding weekly featured raids, which will add new challenges and rewards to Vault of Glass, Crota's End, King's Fall and Wrath of the Machine. Once each raid is featured, you'll be able to play it at light level 390 from that point onward. (They're starting with Crota's End, then Vault of Glass, then King's Fall, then Wrath.)

Of course, Destiny won't go away when Destiny 2 comes out this spring. Bungie says it will stay online for the foreseeable future. But this will be the last new content we ever see in everyone's favourite space shooter. End of an era.


    Age of Having No Life more like it. At least it's an actual physical shirt for all that effort, instead of some lame in game item.

    First time I've heard of a book with thirteen pages being described as "massive." :P

    I haven't played much of Rise of Iron, my gear score is nowhere near 390. So I'll have to grind my arse off to get to just enough gear that a group from an LFG website will even consider taking me on...they've truly captured the year 1 feel.

      As you are admitting you haven't played much Rise of Iron, how can you possibly determine that a grind is required to reach the required light levels? Sorry that not everything in the gaming world is handed to you on a silver platter known as 'easy mode'

        Lmao, check out the hardcore gamer over here.

        Last edited 09/03/17 1:42 pm

        To grind is to commit time to getting to a certain level. Your wording suggests you've read his post about him being entitled, but I see his post as him saying "damn, didn't commit time so now I have to work a little harder."

        I don't think he's complaining about it being hard work as much as he's just accepting the fact that hard work is required. Are you angry about that? Because that's how I read your post.

        Genuinely curious.

          No, not angry at all. Just commenting on the fact that he is telling others you need to grind to reach high enough light levels for endgame content despite the fact that he hasn't reached that point yet so obviously wouldn't know. I play Destiny very casually and over the course of a few months (with zero grinding) am around light level 385.

          The common theme with anything Destiny related is that you have to grind to get anywhere. I personally didn't play much in year 1 (other than the main story) but have never had to grind anything in the game since, thus my quip about not everything being delivered in easy mode as the original poster appears to wish Destiny would do for them.

    Very excited to be playing through all the old raids again. I'm also looking forward to switching it up and trying to unlock all the class specific stuff as I've only been playing my titan. I do have to admit, the T-Shirt looks worse than last years and I kind of wish I bought that one instead of having the chance to buy this one

    I bet it'll be just like year 2: you won't get a free T-shirt, but a unique code to buy one.

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