Bungie is extending Destiny 2's Twitch Prime rewards program for another four months


Announced this week

Destiny 2 has had a good run this year in terms of Twitch bonuses. Rather than dabbling in the program every so often, Bungie pulled a full-Riot-Games and decided to dive in with both feet.

Each month Destiny 2 players (who are also Twitch Prime subscribers) can access a bundle of free stuff, which includes Exotic weapons and cosmetics. It was set to come to an end soon, but Bungie seems to be happy enough with the program that they've extended the partnership by four more months.  No further details were provided, but you can expect them to be in line with previous offerings.

If you haven't redeemed this month's pack yet, you can find all of the instructions here. In short: link your accounts, press a button and find your stuff at The Tower with NPC Amanda Holliday. You can find a full list of previous promos below!

This Week at Bungie [Bungie.net]

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