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Destiny 2: How to Start Dares of Eternity

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Destiny 2: How to Start Dares of Eternity

With Bungie’s 30th anniversary event now live in Destiny 2, players have the chance to pick up all sorts of different cosmetic weapons and fancy new weapons. Some of these weapons are inspired by those from Halo, the Microsoft-exclusive arena shooter and FPS series. To get these, though, you’ll need to take part in the Dares of Eternity Destiny 2 event. In this guide, we’ll talk you through everything you need to know about how to start it, what it is, and the rewards you’ll get for beating it.

Starting Dares of Eternity Event in Destiny 2

To start the Dares of Eternity event, open your Director and select the ‘Eternity’ option. It can be found just underneath the moon if you’re struggling to find it.

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On here, you’ll see the ‘Trials of Eternity’ event for you to select. Choose this and Destiny 2 will begin searching for other players if you’re running Solo or don’t have a full Fireteam to take it on.

Destiny 2 Dares of Eternity guide

Once matchmaking has begun, you’ll then be thrown into the challenge.

What Is Dares of Eternity?

This is an event that allows players to take on wave after wave of enemies. Killing these enemies will fill up a progress bar on the screen and once this is filled, a final boss will spawn.

It’s essentially a 6-player co-operative ‘Offensive’ challenge that’ll largely have you just defeating enemies. It’s a simple but pretty fun challenge all the same.

Destiny 2 Dares of Eternity Rewards

After defeating the final boss in Destiny 2’s Dares of Eternity, players will be awarded a ‘Treasure Key.’ The in-game description for this mentions it can be used to open a chest in Xur’s Treasure Hoard.

Opening the treasure chest can award you with one of Destiny 2’s legendary weapons added as part of the 30th anniversary event. These are essentially weapons from Halo, with a few minor changes to make them fit into the world of Destiny 2. You can get the Battle Rifle-like BxR-55 Battler, and the Beam Rifle-inspired Retraced Path, for example.

That’s everything you need to know on how to start the Dares of Eternity event in Destiny 2. For more tips, tricks and guides, head over to our wiki or see more of our coverage on the game below.

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