Destiny 2 Guardians only have a handful more hours to go until they can begin playing the game's first Raid, now known as Leviathan.
The launch day of a new Raid is like a holiday in the world of Destiny, as many streamers and players will be racing for the title of world's first Raid completion.
They are usually the hardest levels in Destiny by a significant margin and require good communication, dedication, and perseverance to overcome.
While Destiny 2 has been well received by veterans and new players alike, the community has begun to worry about incoming downgrades to public events, thanks largely in part to the extreme backlash that has plagued Bungie since players discovered what the Strike and Crucible reward system would be like. Recently Bungie has announced the release date of the raid to be September 13 at 10 AM PT or 1 PM ET.
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"It's come to our attention that a gauntlet in Destiny 2 shares elements with a hate symbol". Here's a quick look at what you can expect to see when you take on these hard missions.
The first raid of Destiny 2, titled Leviathan, is coming very soon, and its alleged details have been leaked in the official Destiny subreddit. Some players have even surpassed 300 power level, which might make the Leviathan raid trivial to these players.
In order to access the Raid, simply select the Leviathan icon in the top right corner of the Director, which you can see in the image below.