Normandy Crew Gear Arrives in Destiny 2 in New EA and Bioware Collab

Destiny 2 Normandy

Destiny 2 has received the benefits of the latest collaboration between EA and Bioware in the form of Normandy Crew Gear from Mass Effect. With this new gear, Destiny 2 Guardians can now channel the beloved crew of Normandy with new cosmetics and in-game items. The items are free for all Destiny 2 players and can be claimed in the form of the Alliance Requisitions Bundle at absolutely no cost. This includes the Enhanced Defense Ghost Shell, Alliance Scout Frigate ship, and the Alliance Drop Ship Sparrow.

Check out the trailer showcasing the new items arriving in Destiny 2 as part of the Alliance Requisitions Bundle:

Apart from these, new Normandy crew ornament sets are also available at the Eververse store in-game which include a Commander Shepherd-inspired N7 set for Titans, a Garrus-inspired Vakarian set for Hunters and a Liara-inspired Shadow Broker set for Warlocks. If you have some Silver lying around, you can also grab the Omni Strike finisher and the Flux Dance emote from the same store. The new gear arrives in time for next month’s annual battle of the classes and Destiny 2: Into the Light.

Destiny 2 Normandy

This two-month content update released in April will help players take on the Witness and end the War of Light and Darkness in Destiny 2: The Final Shape, which is slated for release later this year on June 4, 2024. As of now, Season of the Wish is live in Destiny 2 and it will run until June 4, 2024, when The Final Shape is going live right after it. The Season of the Wish is set in the Dreaming City where Riven’s Lair, a 3-player matchmade activity is currently live along with Starcrossed which takes you to the Black Garden to find a weapon of great power.

Check out their dedicated guides for help with Destiny 2, such as our tier list for Best Solar Weapons in Destiny 2 or defeating Nezarec in Root of Nightmares Raid.

Are you looking forward to equipping the new Normandy Crew Gear in Destiny 2 and what do you think of the latest EA and Bioware’s collab? Let us know in the comments section below.

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