Destiny 2's first raid beaten within six hours of going live
The Legend Himself clan scores a world first.
Destiny 2's first raid was live for only six hours before a clan managed to take down the final boss.
The Leviathan raid opened its doors yesterday, and members from The Legend Himself clan were the first to beat it. You can see the final moments of the raid in a tweet below, but be warned of spoilers from this point on.
Congratulations to Clan 'The Legend Himself' on being the World First to complete the Leviathan Raid.— Bungie (@Bungie) September 13, 2017
Six hours isn't a long time for a Destiny raid to go from unknown to completed, with players typically spending multiple hours working out the complex mechanics and puzzles that go into the encounters. In comparison, the King’s Fall raid from the original Destiny's Taken King expansion stood for 20 hours before a Fireteam cut down the last boss.
New PvP map Emperor's Respite has now been unlocked for Destiny 2's Guardians as a result of the raid's completion.
The first Fireteam has made their way through Leviathan. Shaxx isn’t far behind. Emperor’s Respite is now available for all in the Crucible. pic.twitter.com/Cu7aV0EZb5— Bungie (@Bungie) September 13, 2017
The recommended Power range to take the raid on is between 260 and 280, in case you want to try for some sweet loot yourself this weekend.
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