Destiny 2 is hosting their Crimson Days event next week. Coming to the week-long event are new emotes, weapons, and a new Crucible map.

The new map takes place on The Burning Shine in an alternate futuristic timeline where the Vex has successfully alter reality called The Burnout.

In addition, Bungie is adding the new Crimson Engram. Available to anyone who plays in the Crimson Days Crucible playlist will earn the special engrams. You can also earn Crimson and Illuminated Engrams for leveling up if you reached the level cap.

There are also five new rewards found exclusively for players who complete the following:
  • Complete the milestone “Welcome to Crimson Days” by finishing five Crimson Days matches and visiting Lord Shaxx in the Tower to earn the Fire of the Crimson Days Emblem and the Tirastrella Ghost Shell.
  • Complete matches in the Crimson Days Crucible playlist for a chance to earn the Undeterred Exotic Sparrow.
  • Complete either the Leviathan Raid or the Raid Lair: Eater of Worlds to claim the Dieselpunk Exotic Ornament for Wardcliff Coil from the final chest.
  • Complete the Nightfall Strike during the Crimson Days event to earn the Flaunting Dance Emote.

Those who want a specific item can purchase them using Bright Dust and with the new “knock-out” system players will not earn duplicate items.

“Crimson Engrams will only be earnable through gameplay, but if you’re looking to directly purchase a specific item, Tess will also offer a selection of the Crimson Engram contents in exchange for the Bright Dust you are holding. Gear purchased with Bright Dust will also count towards the ‘knock-out’ list mechanic described above, preventing duplicate items unless you have already earned all the rewards.”

Crimson Days will begin next Tuesday, February 13th, and conclude on the weekly reset at 9 AM PST on Tuesday, February 20.

Destiny 2 is now available for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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