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Destiny Vault of Glass Raid Took 10 Hrs, 1606 Deaths to Complete First Time
We have been clearly told by Bungie in the past that Destiny Vault of the Glass raid was going to be a tough nut to crack. However, we had no idea it would be this hard! The first team to have completed the raid successfully has gone through a lot of hardships to do so.
In fact, the feat was such a big deal that the developers took to the official Twitter profile of the game to congratulate the successful team, PrimeGuard for completing the raid. They also shared the total statistics of the six member team in a screen.
— Bungie (@Bungie) September 16, 2014
Going in depth about how they did it, we stumbled upon the DestinyDB page that has listed detailed statistics about the Destiny Vault of Glass raid. You will be surprised to find out that it took the team a total of 10 hours, 42 minutes and 3 seconds to top it.
Wait it gets better (or worse, whatever), the whole team had to die a combined total of 1606 times before they could master the raid. Yes, one thousand six hundred and six times! In total they made 5,733 kills but astonishingly the average lifespan for them was only 2 minutes and 22 seconds.
The website also has details about the team that completed the raid in the second place.
So, as Destiny Vault of Glass raid is only the first of many challenges that Bungie is going to put up for you this month. I am assuming the ones coming up next aren’t going to be a walk in the park either.
Destiny released worldwide on September 9, 2014 while the Destiny Vault of Glass raid was unleashed on September 16.