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Destiny 2’s New Raid The Root of Nightmare Cleared In Under Two and A Half Hours

Huge congrats for one of the fastest clears in World's First racing.

by Jesse Vitelli

The Root of Nightmare is the new raid in Destiny 2’s Lightfall expansion. Every expansion, there’s a new raid, and players worldwide race to have the first clear. Bungie celebrates this accomplishment with unique emblems and title belts for the winning team. Over the years, the race has taken teams as long as almost 24 hours to get a clear.

The Root of nightmare took roughly 2 hours and 26 minutes to clear, making it one of the shortest raid clears in Destiny’s history. Only beaten by the completion of Wrath of the Machine in Destiny’s Rise of Iron expansion, which was just shy of 2 hours.

Destiny 2’s New Raid The Root of Nightmare Cleared In Under Two and A Half Hours

While the World’s First race was a quick completion, it doesn’t mean the raid itself is short. Plenty of teams are still on the first or second encounter of the raid. We won’t spoil anything here, but there’s plenty for folks to chew on. While Vow of the Disciple, the previous raid released with The Witch Queen, took over seven hours to beat, The Root of Nightmare is not without its challenges.

It features the same split of encounters and boss battles as previous Destiny 2 raids that came before.

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The winning Team is listed below in the official confirmation made by Bungie after they verified the World’s First clear.

Team Hard in The Paint is your Bungie official Root of Nightmares World’s First race champions.

Plenty of other teams have finished the raid since Bungie began the verification process, but now it is official that Team Hard in the Paint was the first clear.

You can check out the full stream of Team Hard in the Paint from Roen’s Perspective here.

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Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him chipping away at his ever-expanding backlog of JRPGS or staring at his massive Amiibo collection.