It has now been announced who were the fastest Fireteam to beat Bungie’s new Destiny 2 Raid.
The Leviathan challenge was launched today and was apparently beaten in less than six hours.
The Legend Himself was the first team to beat the Raid, and according to Bungie there were a few that made it close at the end.
The Legend Himself are a PS4 Clan and will likely be the first pick for many when it comes to the new Guided Games feature.
The beta version of Guided Games for the Nightfall Strike was launched this week, giving solo players the chance of meeting a Clan Fireteam to guide them through select end game activities.
Unfortunately for those eager to run the Destiny 2 Leviathan Raid with the best, the beta for Guide Games assitance isn’t set to kick off until September 26.
But when it does finally becomes available, it should have left its limited beta access and allow for everyone to either become Seekers or Guides.
Until then, Bungie have released a new PvP map as celebration for the first Clan beating the Destiny 2 Raid.
“The first Fireteam has made their way through Leviathan. Shaxx isn’t far behind. Emperor’s Respite is now available for all in the Crucible,” Bungie revealed.
As confirmed by Bungie, players can enter Guided Games as either a Seeker or a Guide, with each role having different entry requirements.
GUIDED GAMES - HOW IT WORKS: