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Virgin Fibre x Destiny 2: The BETA Experience - What went down...

24/07/2017Games

In an underground bunker at a top-secret London location, lucky Virgin Media customers, competition winners and a few famous faces (including Ali A and Love Island's Dom and Jess) took on the Red Legion in an exclusive early hands-on experience of the Destiny 2 Beta ahead of the worldwide launch.  Featuring multiple game modes including campaign, co-operative and competitive game play, our chosen Guardians gathered under the Traveler, joined their fireteams and blasted their way through Strikes and Crucibles, with plenty of Destiny 2-themed surprises on the way!  

Don't worry if you missed out, as our cameras were there to capture everything that went down.

1.  VIVID customers made history

Utilising Virgin Media's full-force fibre, VIVID customers were among the first in the world to see Destiny 2 in all it's glory, courtesy of PlayStation®4, including PS4™ Pro where they could enjoy playing in stunning 4k resolution.

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Plus they got some sweet loot too with some exclusive goody bags:

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2. The Traveler greeted new Guardians

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The mysterious spherical entity known as The Traveler stopped by and looked over proceedings.  Inbetweeners star James Buckley got up close and personal with the protector of the Last City:

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3.  A few familiar faces rolled up with their fireteams

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Love Island's Dom Lever and Jessica Shears got some hands-on gameplay at the event, as well as grime and hip hop artist Lady Leshurr:

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Everton winger Yannick Bolasie and Grime MC P Money were also spotted taking a selfie or two by the Loot Cave:

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4.  There were Destiny 2 exclusives galore

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The Vault played host to some sweet Destiny 2 merch, as well as exclusive 3D-printed weapons created especially for the event

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Plus there was a special area displaying specially-chosen concept art, including a never-before-seen piece exclusive to Virgin Media (which you can see here):

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Sadly the event is now over, but thanks to everyone who took part in the Destiny 2 Beta experience!  There's now less than 50 days to go until the official launch on 6 September.  Hold tight, Guardians #RaiseYourGame.