Destiny 2 Strikes Guide – Everything you Need to Know, Changes, All Strikes
Destiny 2 Strikes Guide to help you learn everything you need to know about the replayable PvE activities featured in the game. Tackling Destiny 2 Strike Missions require a fireteam of 1-3 players required a complete a series of objectives followed by a final showdown with an Ultra enemy/boss.
It is important to note that Strikes in Destiny 2 feature tougher objectives and enemies as compared to normal missions. Depending on the fireteam and the overall difficulty of the strike, it can take upto 20-60 minutes. Now to the important question! Why should you participate in Destiny 2 Strikes? The only answer is loot!
For more help on Destiny 2, check out our Inverted Spire Strike Guide, Legendary Weapons Guide, and Legendary Armor Guide.
Destiny 2 Strikes Guide
In our Destiny 2 Strikes Tips Guide, we have detailed everything you need to know about Destiny 2 Strikes in the game.
Destiny 2 Strikes
Like the original Destiny, completing Strikes should reward you with new gear, increased Reputation, Vanguard Marks, and more. We currently do not know what to expect to from strikes in Destiny 2 in terms of rewards but we will make sure to let you know after the game officially releases.
It is also important to note that all strikes in Destiny 2 start in a public area but after entering one, it becomes a ‘private’ match in the sense that players outside the fireteam cannot interrupt it. In Destiny 2, Bungie has also added a Weekly Reset during which players will be able to try out a new Nightfall Strike.
In case you do not know, the Nightfall Strikes involve high Light Levels and modifiers for increased difficulty. While incredibly hard to complete, these Nightfall Strikes reward players with Exotic Gear, Legendary Weapons, and more.
Our Destiny 2 Strikes Guide is currently a work in progress. We will make sure to add more information after the game releases.