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Destiny: Rise of Iron’s raid has already been conquered

Glory to Clan Redeem

Destiny: Rise of Iron - Fallen Devil Splicer
A Devil Splicer in Destiny: Rise of Iron.
Samit Sarkar (he/him) is Polygon’s deputy managing editor. He has more than 15 years of experience covering video games, movies, television, and technology.

Destiny: Rise of Iron’s raid has officially been completed for the first time, just over two hours after it went live, Bungie confirmed today on Twitter.

The honor of the world’s first completion of the raid, Wrath of the Machine, goes to an Xbox One Destiny clan named Team Redeem. The six members of the fireteam are FleshCrunch, PvT Nuclear, Modern Tryhard, MagneticRubber, Snead and Ehroar.

Bungie set the raid live at 1 p.m. ET today, three days after launching Rise of Iron. Team Redeem finished the raid shortly after 3 p.m., according to Bungie’s Twitter. The studio confirmed a second completion moments ago, by a group known as Clan Rival.

Wrath of the Machine is set in the Plaguelands, the new zone on Earth that Rise of Iron adds to Destiny. It is the game’s fourth raid, following the Vault of Glass, Crota’s End and King’s Fall. The recommended Light level for Wrath of the Machine is 370 — just 15 below the current Light cap. Bungie will raise the cap to 400 when it launches the hard-mode version of the new raid. If you’re not at 370 Light yet, check out our extensive guide on how to get raid-ready.

For more on Destiny: Rise of Iron, check out our initial impressions.

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