Destiny 2 Crota's End raid race Twitch Drops - How to get

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Destiny 2 Crota's End
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The Destiny 2 Crota's End World's First raid race is right around the corner. Competitors aren't the only ones fighting for prizes as the Crota's End raid race Twitch Drops will be available for those who can't partake in the raid themselves.

As always, participating in the raid is something everyone can do, and highly recommended if you want to get the Necrochasm Exotic auto rifle, however, doing so during the first 48 hours will see you face against Contest Mode, a modifier that makes it incredibly hard. So even if you're not shooting for World's First, Crota's End will be quite the challenge during this first weekend.

So, if you're looking to spend a more relaxed time, while still getting a token for tuning in to the Crota's End raid race, then pay attention to this guide as we'll tell you everything you need to know about the Twitch Drops you can earn.

Crota's End raid race Twitch Drops - How to earn

Destiny 2 Crota's End
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Get an exclusive emblem!

As always, you'll need to tune in to the Twitch Rivals alongside participant streamers (there's a full list of over 450 and counting you can check right here). In total, you need to watch at least two hours of selected content creators taking part in the World's First raid race or doing Crota's End throughout the weekend.

If you do it, you'll get the exclusive Every End emblem. You have from 1 September at 10 AM PT/6 PM GMT+1 to 3 September at 10 AM PT/6 PM GMT+.

How to link Twitch and Bungie accounts

  1. Login to your account.
  2. Once logged in, navigate to the "Account Settings" page, and then on the left side of your screen, select "Account Linking".
  3. On the Account Linking page in your settings, select "Link Account" to the right in the Twitch section.
  4. After you click "Link Account", a pop-up window should appear (be sure to allow pop-ups for Simply confirm you're logged into the correct Twitch account and then select "Authorise."

If you want to collect your rewards, you'll have to confirm you got them via Twitch. Once you've done this, the emblem should appear in-game by going to Flair, selecting Emblems, and scrolling through the general section.

And that's it! For more content, check out our list of the best PvE weapons in Destiny 2.

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