Bungie’s 30th Anniversary event is live in Destiny 2. Players have a huge batch of new quests to complete to earn unique rewards. Prepare to feel nostalgic as the game brings back iconic weapons and gear. Strange Coins and Strange Favor Ranks are the two core elements of this new reward structure. Since it’s a Bungie-themed event, of course, Halo is in the mix. The new weapons added in the event all tie into Halo, either visually or through some reference.
New cosmetics include the Myth Claymore sword, Legendary Destiny 1 weapons, Exotic Gjallarswift Sparrow, Marathon-themed armor, and the Gjallarhorn rocket launcher. The event will revolve around giving players a few activities to try and claim these new items.
Much like the other elements of this season, the new weapons hinge on the Dares of Eternity, and the new dungeon, the Grasp of Avarice. You can begin both of these through the Director.
How to get the Exotic Gjallarswift Sparrow in Destiny 2
The dungeon—like many others in D2—has a chest at the end of it. You can also earn Strange Coins by completing it. Anyway, to get the Gjallarswift Sparrow in Destiny 2 you need to finish runs of the dungeon. You need to complete this already tough area on Master difficulty, which means a 1,300 power level to get the Gjallarswift Sparrow.
This won’t be easy, but it is doable. Master is the top difficulty after all. It’s best to make a run or two on Legend first, just to get used to the flow of the enemies. They do get much tougher on Master, but learning their patterns can help you out a lot.