Bungie Details Bungie Day Festivities... Oh, And There Is a Destiny 2 Update
Originally created by players as a way to celebrate Bungie's games, Bungie Day has carried over into something bigger that the developer not only participates in but uses as a way to celebrate with the community. Since this year has been an odd one, Bungie Day consists of remote stuff, like a sale on the Bungie Store as well as Destiny 2 in-game events like the return of the Moments of Triumph event, the removal of the weekly reward limit from five featured raids, and a special charity drive that will reward players who donate $25 or more to the Bungie Foundation a special emblem. One-hundred percent of donations go to support the iPads for Kids Program. You can support the same charity by purchasing the Exotic Empathetic Ghost Shell (seen above) from the Eververse store.
Also of note today -- although it wasn't really part of the celebration activities -- is the release of Update 2.9.1, which mostly consists of various fixes. The patch notes are available on the game's site.
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