Bungie announces that it will continue its partnership with Twitch and Prime Gaming to offer exotic monthly rewards to subscribers.
Twitch has had excellent gaming partnerships in 2020, providing in-game rewards for Twitch Prime Gaming subscribers to claim. Perhaps the best example was Twitch’s partnership with Destiny 2. Bungie collected a ton of great rewards, including an incredible selection of exotic loot. The bad news is that the previous Destiny 2 bounty series on Twitch recently ended. The good news is that Bungie partnered with Twitch again to make another 12 months of Destiny 2 rewards.
Bungie confirmed the extension of its partnership with Twitch Gaming on its official website last week. Twitch Prime Gaming subscribers will be able to claim 12 months of Destiny 2 rewards from now on. Each month there will be another rewards package available to claim. If subscribers don’t claim the rewards, at the end of each month they will lose the opportunity. These limited-time rewards ensure Destiny 2 players stay subscribed to Prime Gaming all year long.
Twitch Gaming rewards are also nothing to ignore. They are largely exotic cosmetics, things that definitely have value compared to other potential loot. There’s even an opportunity to win exotic weapons, although some may report it as a pay-to-win situation. They aren’t exclusive exotics, by any means, so hopefully gamers don’t worry too much about Twitch Gaming subscribers getting a head start. In fact, none of the rewards come from the current Destiny 2 season, they are all throwback rewards.
The first month of the new Destiny 2 Prime Gaming rewards has now been released, offering a selection of loot that interested parties can use as a base. In the November loot, Prime Gaming subscribers received a Unchained Exotic Emote, a Regal Howl Exotic Sparrow, a JT-24-X Transpose Exotic Ship, and a Legendary Arch Shell Ghost. Bungie describes it as a seasonal-themed rewards package that coincides with the start of Season of the Hunt. This first reward will be available until December 23.
To redeem the rewards, players just need to go to the Destiny 2 Prime Gaming website, claim the reward after connecting Twitch to their Destiny 2 account, and then go talk to Amanda Holliday in the Tower hangar. Amanda will keep all rewards claimed by the player in her inventory until the player chooses to redeem them.
Taken together, it’s a great way for current subscribers to Amazon Prime Get some fun Destiny 2 rewards with no additional hassle. There are other Prime Gaming rewards to consider, for those who don’t have a subscription yet. Things like free games every month, other DLC rewards, and a free Twitch subscription every month. Or maybe some Destiny 2 players may think it’s worth the loot alone.
Destiny 2 is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Stadia, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.