Bungy is showing off some of Destiny 2’s new Dawn Armor concept art ahead of the December luxury of space games. It’s being offered as part of a charity drive that the studio is doing for the Bungy Foundation and Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, benefiting sick children across the United States.
As part of its fundraising efforts, Bungie has set milestones that communities can achieve to earn rewards through donations. The developers set the first goal at $ 250,000 to see the concept art of Titan’s dawn ornament set, and the second goal was $ 500,000 to see Warlock’s new unexploded ordnance. The next goal hasn’t been achieved yet, but above $ 750,000, we’ll look at what hunters can expect for the holiday season.
Beyond that, there are many other incentives, such as seeing the legendary rewards of the game. If the donation exceeds $ 1 million, someone will read the guest lore every time an additional $ 100,000 is raised. To help the studio reach these heights, the studio has worked with several prominent FPS game content creators to put together a stream schedule from now to December 14th.
You can see the following new armor:
Our first # Game2Give A $ 250,000 donation milestone has been reached!
The first look of the Dawning 2020 Titan Universal Ornament Concept Art.
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— Bungie (@Bungie) December 1, 2020
next # Game2Give A $ 500,000 donation milestone has been achieved!
The first look of the Dawning 2020 Warlock Universal Ornament Concept Art.
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— Bungie (@Bungie) December 3, 2020
When you donate, you will receive individual goods depending on the amount you donate, from emblems to unique ghosts. The dawn itself begins on December 15th and lasts until January 5th. I haven’t heard about this year’s content, but it usually requires baking.that is actually It’s very fun.
If you’ve been busy until then, the Destiny 2 Beyond Light Raid Guide has everything you need to know to get the job done.