In Destiny 2, how do I get Twitch drops?

In Destiny 2, how do I get Twitch drops? ...

Amanda Holliday in the Tower has been enraged by a long time by Prime members, who would often mail them monthly Prime gaming rewards. Now, however, all guardians may obtain their own Twitch drops by watching specific Destiny 2 events.

The first event that grants Twitch drops is the Destiny 2 showcase, which will go live on August 23. Fans will see the forthcoming Lightfall expansion and get a sneak peek at the games' 18th season, which starts just hours after the showcase.

Here's how to get Twitch drops for Destiny 2.

How to get Destiny 2 Twitch drops

To get Twitch drops for Destiny 2, youll need to connect your Twitch and Bungie accounts and observe specified events. There's no need to perform playlist activities, obtain currencies, or farm bosses: It's as simple as watching an event with Twitch drops enabled.

Players will need to watch at least 30 minutes of the broadcast to receive Twitch drops for the Destiny 2 showcase event. The event begins at 11am CT and lasts until 1:30pm CT, so players who watch at least 30 minutes of it can get their Twitch drops on eligible accounts.

To use the Twitch extension for reaction bonuses or gifted sub bonuses, first log into your Bungie account at the official Bungie website. From there, link the Twitch account youll use to watch the showcase.

If the above procedure isn't working, you can follow the instructions provided on the Bungies Twitch extension page. From there, click the Viewer Bounties tab of the overlay and hit the Grant Permissions button, which will ask you to link your Bungie.net account.

Players who watch the Destiny 2 showcase for at least 30 minutes can earn the Starbirth emblem as a Twitch drop. It's unclear if there will be other opportunities to get this emblem after the showcase finishes, so make sure your Bungie and Twitch accounts are linked.

Destiny 2 will be available on Twitch, YouTube, and Bilibili. Subtitles in Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Spanish will also be available in the regional Bungie channels.

If Bungie decides to add more drops in the future, players can expect the process to remain the same (or at least similar) at the Destiny 2 showcase.