Bungie Day has arrived, and to celebrate Destiny 2 developers are uncapping five of the current Raids, which means there are no more weekly reward limits for them. Thanks to the 2.9.1 update, players can now farm rewards from Raids without having to worry about a weekly limit, meaning unlimited exotics are in your future. In this guide, we are going to go over all five of the Destiny 2 uncapped Raids and their rewards.
All Destiny 2 Uncapped Raids
With the release of the 2.9.1 update, there are now five uncapped Raids in Destiny 2.
- Crown of Sorrow
- Eater of Worlds
- Scourge of the Past
- Spire of the Stars
While at first glance uncapped Raids might not sound like a huge deal, it means that players can now farm exotics from these Raids without being hampered by the weekly reward limit. So, to farm rewards from the uncapped Raids, simply play them over and over again until your heart’s content. If you’ve been away from the game for a while, prior to the update, players could only get a limited number of rewards from the Raids each week. There is one thing to note, however, Secret Chests within the Raids will still adhere to the weekly limit.
In addition to the exotics that players can farm from the uncapped Raids, players will also be able to earn some special cosmetic items by completing each individual Raid. In the list below, you’ll find the specific cosmetic rewards for each Raid.
- Crown of Sorrow - Shaders
- Eater of Worlds - Shaders
- Leviathan - Contender’s Ghost Shell and Shaders
- Scourge of the Past - Shaders
- Spire of the Stars - Luxurious Toast Emote and Shaders
As you can see, completing each Raid will offer players Shaders, which will allow them to customize the color of their armor. Further, two of the Raids will offer a Ghost Shell and emote as bonuses. For those that are able to complete all five Raids, they’ll be given a special emblem along with the ability to purchase a Raid Ring via Bungie rewards.
The Destiny 2 2.9.1 update also saw the arrival of three new Pyramid ships on Titan, Mercury, and Mars. These ships were sent from the Darkness and will likely signify the destruction of the planets before they head into the Content Vault this September.
If you’ve been away from the game for a while, the game is currently in the Season of Arrivals, which is the final season before the Beyond Light expansion this September. If you need to catch up on the game, we have tons of guides on our website that will tell you everything you need to know. Further, in the links below you’ll find some of our recent coverage.
- Destiny 2 Calcified Light Fragment Locations
- Destiny 2: How to Complete the Red Hot Iron Quest Quickly
- Destiny 2 Gnawing Hunger Guide and God Roll