How to get Destiny 2 The Final Shape showcase Twitch Drops

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If you needed an extra reason to tune in, Destiny 2 The Final Shape showcase Twitch Drops have been confirmed, giving Guardians an extra incentive to witness the future of the franchise.

If you've been following the recent Destiny 2 discourse you're aware that the game is in a tumultuous spot at the moment, with the player base feeling taken advantage of thanks to the feeling overly monetised and a developer that continues to deliver the bare minimum of content for a looter-shooter.

Despite Season of the Deep bringing a new dungeon, Ghosts of the Deep, things aren't looking too bright for the immediate future of Destiny 2, which is why The Final Shape showcase needs to knock it out of the park.

Adding Twitch Drops as a reward is already a step in the right direction, so if you want to know how to claim them, we've got you covered.

Destiny 2 The Final Shape showcase Twitch Drops - How to claim

According to DestinyBulletin, there will be Twitch Drops enabled with the upcoming The Final Shape showcase scheduled to happen on 22 August, the same day Season of the Deep ends and a new, yet-to-be-named season, starts.

The reward in question will be an emblem. Once we find out more about the design, we'll update this article accordingly. Now, let's tell you how to link your Twitch and Bungie accounts!

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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