Games today offer a lot of third-party collaborative rewards, for starters if you’ve got an Amazon Prime membership, you’ll also have a prime gaming membership that comes along with it which could get you some rewards in Destiny 2. The ambit of the prime gaming membership isn’t just limited to Destiny 2, though, there are a bunch of other games that offer rewards for the membership too! But for this article, we’ll be focusing on the rewards that you could get through twitch prime, which is the Amazon Prime Membership in Destiny 2. These rewards that the prime gaming membership would have to offer usually change every season, and with the season of Seraph now being in play in Destiny 2, here are the rewards that will be available to claim this season:
How to get Destiny 2 Prime Gaming Rewards
Go to the Prime Gaming page and log in using your credentials. Once you’ve done the same, look for Destiny 2 among the list of games that’d be displayed.
Once you find the tab, click on it. Now, you’ll be required to link your Amazon account to your Bungie account. If you’ve already done so, it’d automatically skip the procedure for you. If you’re first-timers, though, you’ll have to do this in order to claim your rewards. Upon linking, there’ll be an option for you to claim those rewards on the web page itself. Click on it.
Now, let’s say you do have a prime gaming membership. The next thing you’ll want to know is how you could claim these rewards, so here’s how you could do the same:
Now, to claim the items in-game, you’ll have to look for an NPC named Amanda Holliday (The shipwright for Vanguard). This particular NPC can be found in the Hangar on the tower. Once you’ve located the NPC, you’ll be able to claim your rewards from it directly.
The membership rewards for the season of Seraph are four items, which are as follows:
- Lander shell exotic ghost
- Selfie exotic emote
- Canopus Trireme Exotic Sparrow
- Broadcast-IS legendary ship
The season of Seraph will end by the 28th of February 2023, which means that the rewards will reset, and you won’t be able to claim these, so if you’re looking to own those items, we suggest you claim them as soon as possible!
That’s everything we had regarding the Twitch Prime rewards in Destiny 2.
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Last Updated on January 20, 2023
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