Destiny 2's first raid, Leviathan, went live at 10am pacific today. Immediately, hardcore clans got to work. Hours later, a team of players cracked it.
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Earlier this weekend, a Destiny player and YouTuber by the name of ScaRdrow accomplished the nearly unimaginable: he soloed the final boss in Wrath of the Machine and lived to tell the tale.
With every new Destiny raid comes all sorts of potential new secrets, and Wrath of the Machine, which launched last week alongside Rise of the Iron, follows the trend. Over the past few days, the raid has inspired countless Reddit threads about what might be hidden in the depths of the Cosmodrome. One thing that definitely isn't there: a coherent story. But there might be a cool chest.
Hahaha oh boy. That didn't go over too well, did it? In Destiny's big, epic raid, there is a final boss named Atheon. And there used to be a method of "cheesing" him, as in killing him quickly and unethically (depending on who you ask). Players would be able to push Atheon off the level, thereby bringing the boss fight to its early end.
The first time a clan beat The Vault of Glass, Destiny's massive raid, it took them ten hours. That's because they had to learn what to do along the way; nobody could tell them what to expect. Now, though? People are practically blazing through the raid.