Destiny 2: Forsaken was released a little over a week ago, and it’s looking to be a great expansion so far. But for the past ten days, die-hard Destiny players have spent most of their time gearing up for the game’s hardest activity: the raid. Known as Last Wish, the raid went live at 1 p.m. EDT.
Destiny raid streamers will be contending for the honor of the world’s first raid completion, and you can watch them in the special Twitch directory that Bungie has curated. This world’s first race also promises a prize unlike any other, with the first team winning some kind of special raid belt.
These races typically only last a few hours, but the rewards will be worth it this time — in the game as well as out. Bungie announced in Thursday’s This Week at Bungie that the members of the first raid team will each receive the One Thousand Voices exotic, guaranteed, from the final chest in the raid.
Any player who finishes the raid within the first 24 hours of its launch will receive an exclusive in-game emblem. Finally, players who complete the raid before Sept. 18 will be offered a code that allows them to buy an exclusive Last Wish-themed jacket from Bungie’s online store.