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How To Get DLC Pre-Order Items In Destiny 2

How To Get DLC Pre-Order Items In Destiny 2
So you’ve logged into Destiny 2 and you’re looking for where to find your pre-order items? This How To Get DLC Pre-Order Items In Destiny 2 guide will tell you what you have to do to claim your items in Destiny 2.

How To Get DLC Pre-Order Items In Destiny 2

Bungie opted to do things a little differently with Destiny 2. Whereas most games give you the items relatively early on in the experience, Destiny 2 does not. You are not able to claim your DLC or pre-order items until you have already completed the game. This means you’ve typically reached level 20 and have completed the entire story campaign. Once you have done this, you unlock a new social hub.

At the social hub speak to the Postmaster Kadi 55-30. He will have a strange parcel for you. Take the Strange Parcel. Once you obtain the Strange Parcel it automatically opens and you will get the Traitor’s Fate Legendary Sword and Emperor’s Shadows Emblem.

You need to find the Bound Manacle for the Essence of Insanity quest. This guide tells you Where To Find Bound Manacle In Destiny 2 so you can locate this mysterious item, complete the quest, and receive your reward of the powerful Love and Death Grenade Launcher weapon.
Do you lack something? Check out this guide to find out what to do with the rabbit statues in Destiny 2 Shadowkeep. Nothing more annoying then finding something you can't interact with yet.
If you want to complete the Essence of Brutality, you need to find the Necromantic Strand. This guide on Where To Find Necromantic Strand In Destiny 2 will tell you exactly where you need to go to find the item you require so you can unlock the Loud Lullaby Hand Cannon weapon.
When exploring The Moon you may find special chests covered in three symbols. This guide explains How To Open Chests With Symbols In Destiny 2: Shadowkeep as it's not locked behind progression or any other mechanic, they are small puzzles that can be solved with nothing more than your wit, and, well, you need a gun too.

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