Destiny 2: Shadowkeep isn't all about guns, loot, and, uh, more guns. It's also about doing good things for the world, and yes. We're talking about Bungie's charity stream for Game2Give. This is an event put on by the company where proceeds will go to supporting the Bungie Foundation's iPads for Kids Program and Children's Miracle Network for children who are ill. Game2Give is going to be from October 24 to November 10. If you're part of the festivities, you'll be able to get a Destiny 2 charity Ghost, so read on to find out how.

Destiny 2 Charity Ghost: How to Get the Gilded Shell Ghost

First things first, and this applies to all rewards that you might get if you're taking part in this Bungie charity event, you won't get any of those rewards until after October 29, when a code will be sent to you so you can redeem them. So, don't fret if you make a donation or participate and something doesn't pop up in Post Master right away. 

Alright. Now, the Destiny 2 charity Ghost that's special to this year's Game2Give is a Gilded Shell Ghost. Its opulent latticed cover is actually pretty adorable if you think about it, and we definitely think that it's for a good cause too. So, if you want the Ghost, here's how to get it - you have to donate at least $50 to the Game2Give charity between now and November 10

Yeah, $50 is quite a bit, but that's the only way that you're going to be able to pick up the Gilded Shell Ghost. This limited design looks really cool, so we might end up biting the bullet just because we're huge collectors here at Prima Games. It's hard to resist! However, if you want to give to the Destiny 2 charity event but you haven't got a spare fifty lying around, you can also chuck over $10 and pick up a New Mint Blossoms emblem which looks pretty sick (and is living proof that you've done at least one good deed this year. 

Now that you've got our Destiny 2 Charity Ghost guide to hand, you'll know how best to pick up the Gilded Shell Ghost and other rewards available to you during this Game2Give initiative. Need a hand with something else, Guardian? Check out our tips on finishing the Lock and Key quest to get Izanagi's Burden.