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Destiny 2 Emblems Guide

Destiny 2 Emblems Guide
Bungies epic shooter returns as Destiny 2 launches worldwide. This Destiny 2 Emblems Guide will show you all of the Destiny 2 Emblems we’ve unlocked so far, how to unlock them as well as a picture of the design associated with each Emblem.

Once you finish the tutorial mission and reach The Farm you are able to unlock, equip and use different Destiny 2 Emblems. Head to the Vault Terminal and check the Collections Tab. From there you can navigate through the Emblems you have unlocked, withdraw them and then equip them on the character screen.

Below is a list of all the Destiny 2 Emblems we’ve discovered so far as well as a picture and information on how you unlock them.

Destiny 2 Emblems Guide

Emperors Shadows
Laurel Triumphant
Slayer Of Oryx
Titans Pride
Warlocks Flight
Lost Sector Of Earth Emblem
Lost Sector Of Titan Emblem
Lost Sector Of Nessus Emblem
Lost Sector Of Io Emblem
Emperors Shadows Emblem
Kays Command Emblem
New Pacific Access
Rally The Flag
Way Of The Wolf
Breakers Glaze
Make Us Proud

We’re updating this Destiny 2 Emblems Guide as we progress through the game so check back soon for updates.

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