Destiny 2 Clan Beats Raid In Six Hours, A World First

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Destiny 2's first raid, Leviathan, went live at 10am pacific today. Immediately, hardcore clans got to work. Hours later, a team of players cracked it.


Raids, as many of you know, are tough dungeons with elaborate puzzles and challenges. You can only take them on if you’re at a high enough Power, and even then, you still have to figure out how to progress through the area. Raids are the toughest PvE attractions that Destiny 2 has to offer.

The Legend Himself, a name you might already be familiar with if you’ve played Destiny 1, had the honor of being the first team ever to beat a raid in Destiny 2. You can see the spoilerific final moments below. Chat, as you might expect, goes wild.

Bungie was watching the entire time—you can see them react to the world first clear below. Aww.

As a reward, now we all get access to a new Crucible map, too. Sweet.


For comparison’s sake: the first vault in Destiny 1 was beaten in ten hours.


Edmund Hunsicker

“A World First”
Does that even really matter? It’s not like there’s a huge history of raids to compare this to in regards to FPS styled games...

The raid looks awesome, don’t get me wrong, but it just feels like glorifying a “World First” for this makes it sound far more impressive and important than it actually is.