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Destiny’s Iron Banner Event Launches, Then Gets Taken Down

It appears that Bungie prematurely launched Destiny’s Iron Banner multiplayer event last night, then removed it altogether shortly thereafter.

Eurogamer had a chance to play Iron Banner before it was taken down, and has a few details on what the event entails.

Iron Banner bounties:

Anvil of Light Defeat 50 Guardians while competing in the Iron Banner, with the Iron Banner Class, Emblem and Shader items equipped. – IB Rep +75, Experience +3750
Iron Embrace Defeat 20 Guardians with a close quarters melee attack while competing in the Iron Banner tournament. – IB Rep +100, Experience +5000
Rise Above Complete an Iron Banner match with the highest score. – IB Rep +100, Experience +5000
Exacting Measures Earn 15 Headshot Sprees while competing in the Iron Banner tournament. – IB Rep +100, Experience +5000
The Chaos and the Calm Defeat 30 Guardians with machine gun headshots while competing in the Iron Banner tournament. – IB Rep +100, Experience +5000
Heavy Metal Earn 15 Machine Gun Sprees while competing in the Iron Banner tournament.” – IB Rep +100, Experience +5000

Iron Banner vendor sales for Hunter class:

Shaders:

Million Million Legendary Armour Shader – 1000 Glimmer / Iron Banner Rank 1
Goldspiral Legendary Armor Shader – 3000 Glimmer / IB Rank 3

Emblems:

Sigil of the Iron Lords Legendary Emblem
– 1000 Glimmer / IB Rank 1
Scar of Radegast – Legendary Emblem – 3000 Glimmer / IB Rank 3

Hunter Armour:

Mantle of Gheleon Legendary Hunter Coak – 2000 Glimmer / IB Rank 2
Iron Regalia Mask Legendary Hunter Helmet – 10 Crucible Marks / Level 20 / IB Rank 3
Iron Regalia Boots Legendary Leg Armour – 10 Crucible Marks / Level 20 / IB Rank 3

Weapons:

Felwinter’s Lie Legendary Shotgun – 10 Crucible Marks / Level 20 / IB Rank 3

When Iron Banner will launch properly is unknown at this point, but it is likely soon given that much of the content seems to be done.

Destiny's Iron Banner Event Launches, Then Gets Taken Down
Bungie recently revealed what will be included in Destiny’s Dark Below DLC, which will launch on all platforms on December 9th with some timed PlayStation-exclusive content.

For more on Destiny, check out Gaming Trend’s review.

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