Destiny 2 'All For One' Triumph not unlocking after defeating Crota in Challenge Mode, issue acknowledged
The beloved Crota’s End raid is reportedly encountering a bug in Destiny 2. Many complaints are asserting that the ‘All For One’ Triumph is not rewarded.
Across various social media platforms, a wave of reports has emerged, highlighting the bug in the raid that’s affecting players’ experiences.
“I completed the challenge mode but did not receive the All for One Triumph. Are we going to receive any acknowledgment that this is a significant issue?” (Source)
“I attempted the Crota challenge mode twice, and the All for One challenge did not register. When will this be resolved, and will we still obtain the emblem?” (Source)
Crota’s End, originally featured in the first Destiny game, made a comeback in Destiny 2. While it may not be entirely original, it presents enough differences from its predecessor to offer a decent challenge.
The Crota’s End raid comprises the following missions:
– Descend into the Hellmouth
– Traverse the Abyss
– The Bridge
– Thrall hallway
– Ir Yut, the Deathsinger
– Crota, Son of Oryx
Completing the raid in challenge mode grants players various triumphs, including the aforementioned “All for One.”
In this challenging mode, players must use all swords at once to break Crota’s overshield. It’s quite a challenging objective that has tested many players.
However, despite their accomplishments, they have not been awarded the triumph they rightfully earned. Frustrated by this oversight, players have taken to social media to share their experiences (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6).
Bungie aware of ‘All For One’ Triumph not rewarded in Crota’s End in Destiny 2
In response to the mounting grievances, the support team has officially acknowledged the issue.
“We are aware of reports indicating that some players who defeat Crota in Challenge Mode are not unlocking the ‘All For One’ Triumph.” (Source)
We will monitor the situation closely and provide updates if there are any further developments regarding this matter.
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