Bungie has partnered with Twitch for its Destiny 2 x Twitch collaboration, rewarding players with bundles of exotics over the course of the next few months. As a part of the program, you can claim exotic weapons, emotes, ships, sparrows, weapon ornaments, and ghost shells. In this guide, we’ve detailed everything you need to know about claiming free Twitch Prime loot and exotics in Destiny 2.
Claim Exotics from Destiny 2 x Twitch Prime
To claim the first bundle called the “SUROS Regime Exotic Bundle Drop”, go to the Destiny 2 x Twitch Prime loot page.
On the page, you’ll see the “SUROS Regime Exotic Bundle Drop” waiting to be claimed with 5 more Exotic Bundle Drops scheduled to be available over the course of the next 6 months.
Click the “Claim Now” button on top of the available bundle and you’ll be asked to sign-in to your Twitch Prime account. Do note that you need to be a member of Twitch Prime to claim the loot.
If you don’t care about the upcoming bundles and only want the “SUROS Regime Exotic Bundle Drop”, you can sign up for a 7-day free trial from the same page. Once you’ve signed in your Twitch Prime account, you’ll be asked to select the platform of your choice.
The offer is available for all the platforms D2 is available on i.e. Steam, Google Stadia, PS4, and Xbox One. Once you’ve claimed your free loot from the Twitch Prime page, you’ll need to start Destiny 2.
Claiming Exotics in Destiny 2
Once you’re done with the steps above, fire up your copy of Destiny 2 Shadowkeep, head over to the Tower Hangar and head over to Amanda Holliday. Speak to Amanda Holliday and she will have a new section in her inventory.
In this new section, you’ll see four new exotics to be claimed:
- SUROS Regime Exotic Auto Rifle
- Coup de Main Exotic Weapon Ornament
- Skyline Flipside Exotic Ghost Shell
- unsecured/OUTCRY Exotic Ship
This is how you can claim free exotics in Destiny 2 x Twitch Prime. For more on D2, be sure to check out our Destiny 2 Shadowkeep guides page.