Destiny 2 Moments of Triumph is a series of challenges designed to wrap up the many activities in the first year of Bungie's space shooter sequel.

Players of the original Destiny will be familiar with how it works. By completing these challenges - some of which tasking you with the toughest activities - you can earn exclusive rewards, both in-game and out.

The structure, however, works a little differently than with the original Destiny, with a wider range of things to tick off and Moments of Triumph rewards to match.

Destiny Moments of Triumph challenges list

This is the biggest Moments of Triumph to date, with 20 challenges to complete. Moments of Triumph takes place from July 31st alongside the launch of the Solstice of Heroes event, where any completed challenges can be redeemed as in-game as bounties (remember to use the shoulder bumper to reach the next 'tab' of challenges) and their rewards available to be picked up.


However, both the companion app and allows you to see your progress of the below challenges, and allows you to get started early.

ActivityCompletion methodPoints
Bringer of LightFinish Destiny 2's Base Campaign10
Follower of OsirisFinish Curse of Osiris Campaign10
Awaken the WarmindFinish Warmind Campaign10
The Hero We DeserveComplete 25 Public Events on Heroic Difficulty (from when event began)10
Treasure HunterCollect All Region Chests (68 total)10
Running ErrandsComplete 25 Bounties10
Check Out My ArsenalObtain 25 Exotic Weapons or Armor15
I Will Smash YouDefeat 100 Opponents in the Crucible15
Fleeting MemoriesCollect all 45 Latent Memories15
AdventurousComplete 20 Adventures20
Show Me the WayObtain Sagira's Ghost Shell (by completing all Lost Prophecy Verses)20
Hive ExterminationComplete Tier 7 in Escalation Protocol20
In My ElementCollect 250 Elemental Orbs25
Remember Who You AreRedux Missions Completed (5 total)30
The Very BestReach Vanguard Rank 50 in Season 320
The Fabled GuardianReach Fabled in Valor ranking in Season 320
The EmperorDefeat Calus in the Leviathan Raid20
Prove Your WorthComplete Eater of Worlds and Spire of Stars Raid Lairs20
Fashion HeroUpgrade the full Solstice of Heroes Armor Set to Legendary Quality50
Above and BeyondMasterwork Any Solstice of Heroes Armor50

Remember, you only have until August 28th to complete these challenges.

Arc Week sees the return of Thunderlord, while the rest of Forsaken's second DLC brings new Exotics for Season of the Drifter, a Destiny 2 level cap to reach, the return of Thorn and Allegiance with Drifter or Vanguard quests. As always, Forsaken activities are still worth checking out - including this week's Ascendant Challenge and Blind Well and Oracle Engine Offering activities. There's also the likes of the Ace of Spades, the Chaperone and Malfeasance to unlock.

Destiny 2 Moments of Triumph rewards

New for Moments of Triumph is a points-system. Each of the challenges is weighted differently - the harder Bungie deems the challenge, the more points you earn.

This allows you to pick and choose your challenges to earn the rewards your way. Not a fan of Raids? Then consider going solo for the collectable-style challenge. Similarly, there is a handful of Crucible activities to try out too.

The Destiny 2 Moments of Triumph rewards are as follows:

  • Any Triumph completed - Tracking emblem showing points collected so far
  • 125 points - Legendary Ghost Shell (Right Choice)
  • 250 points - Moments of Triumph T-shirt offer available from the Bungie store
  • 300 points - Legendary Sparrow (Comrades in Arms)
  • 400 points - Emblem upgrade (Eternally Triumphant)

That's right - in order to earn the Emblem upgrade, you have to complete every challenge available.

Meanwhile, there's the Estival Excursion ship if you get the Legendary Solstice armour set across all three character classes.

These are no small feats, and you only have until August 28th to do it. Best of luck!

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