If game developers create it, it will be conquered: Destiny's new raid Wrath of the Machine has been finished by Clan Redeem two hours after it launched.
Wrath of the Machine launched today at 1PM Eastern today, and at 3PM it became old news, dirt crumbling under the feet of Clan Redeem. I've only played Destiny for only about two hours as well, but my time was spent faffing about making a character instead of setting records and becoming newsworthy. My main exposure to the game has been watching my brother spend tens of hours preparing for raids and screaming when he was killed instantly, so the fact a brand new raid was destroyed so quickly is insane to me.
We have a winner! Congratulations to Clan Redeem on achieving World First for Wrath of the Machine. pic.twitter.com/wy3VsRSMJd— Bungie (@Bungie) September 23, 2016
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