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Bungie’s next major event for “#Destiny 2” will start next week. The #Iron Banner PvP event will run from October 10, 2 AM PT / 5 AM ET until October 17, 2 AM PT / 5 AM ET. According to Heavy [VIDEO], in order to participate in the Iron Banner event, players must first complete the game’s Campaign mode. Players can head directly to Lord Saladin in the Tower after completing the campaign.

After interacting with Lord Saladin, the Iron Banner event will be automatically entered through its own Crucible playlist. The Crucible playlist also features matchmaking and Quickplay modes. Players can join the Fireteam or play solo-mode in Quickplay.

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Players will be given Iron Banner Tokens for every match completed, whether they win or lose. But players can earn more if they win. Players’ fighting skill will determine the outcome of the match, not the character power levels. This is probably the biggest change in the “Destiny 2” Iron Banner event.

No bounties and ranks needed

In the previous version of the game, players still needed to go through Bounties and Ranks in order to get an Iron Banner Engram. But in “Destiny 2,” players do not have any Rank and Bounty requirements to acquire Engrams. The Engrams contains armor sets and other bonus rewards. Instead of 5-vs-5, the Iron Banner match in “Destiny 2” has been changed to 4-vs-4. Players can also earn Daily and Season Milestones which will help them track their progress.

Prestige mode

In other “Destiny 2” news, Bungie will release a harder version of the Leviathan raid called #Prestige mode.

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The Prestige mode will be released on October 10 at 10 AM PT. The developer claims that players may not be able to complete its super-difficult level. The main purpose of the Prestige mode is to allow players to experience a more challenging and more punishing sandbox so that they can familiarize themselves with the ins and outs of it.

Windows PC requirements and launch date

“Destiny 2” is currently available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. The developer will launch the “Destiny 2” in Windows PC on October 24. The game’s beta version for PC has already passed, which means that the developer is now in its final stage for the game. According to GameSpot, the minimum CPU requirement for PC is an Intel Core i3-3250 or an AMD FX-4350. The Graphics processing unit should be stronger than Nvidia: GeForce GTX 660 2GB or AMD: Radeon HD 7850 2GB. However, the game’s RAM requirement is only 6GB.