Destiny 2: How to get Hero of Ages, Matador 64, Eyasluna, 1000-Yard Stare Exotics

Although the Destiny 2 Witch Queen Expansion might still be a few months away from release, Bungie has just dropped a massive new update for Destiny 2 today and it brings with it plenty of new content. This all arrives as part of Bungie's Destiny 2 30th Anniversary celebrations and the sizeable new 3.4.0 Update that's made swom massive sweeping changes to the games core gameplay and sandbox.

If you're visiting this page you possibly know all of this already and simply want to know how you can earn three of the games newest exotics; namely, the Hero of Ages, Matador 64, Eyasluna, 1000-Yard Stare.

Read on, we'll explain everything you need to know in this guide.

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How To Get Hero of Ages, Matador 64, Eyasluna, 1000-Yard Stare Exotics in Destiny 2?

As players may well know, there was a lot of new content added in Bungie's Destiny 2 30th Anniversary celebrations. Even Xur got a surprise new inclusion in this DLC! The bulk of new content ranges This ranged from a new free 6-player matchmade activity, hidden secrets, collectable rewards, and of course, new armor and weapons to earn.

That being said, although the game introduced a big cache of new weapons that represent Bungie's 30 year legacy of gaming - including the classic Halo battle rifle, sidearm, sword - these were available for all players, entirely free of charge.

But, the weapons you're looking for - Hero of Ages, Matador 64, Eyasluna, 1000-Yard Stare - are not free. The only way you can earn these exotics (at the time of writing) is via the games new 30th Anniversary Pack, which is DLC sold separately costing £21.99 GBP.

Assuming you have purchased this Destiny 2 DLC, you'll be able to earn these four exotic weapons from the new 3-player dungeon inspired by famed Cosmodrome loot caves of yore. You'll also be able to earn a Thorn-themed armor set. At the time of writing it's not 100% clear how the exotics are earned but we would suspect they're available upon completion of the 3-player dungeon, with players required to replay the activity to earn the various rewards.

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