Destiny 2 to Remove Item With White Supremacist Logo

Allan Goodman
September 14, 2017

"It's come to our attention that a gauntlet in Destiny 2 shares elements with a hate symbol".

Bungie has been called out by Destiny 2 players for the Road Complex AA1 gauntlets that have a stylized version of the word Kek emblazoned down the sleeve over a green background.

Bungie's director, Luke Smith, has confirmed players will need to have achieved a power level of 260-280 before they can access the Leviathan Raid on Destiny 2. It is in fact entirely possible to reach higher level without taking part in the raid at all, with many players that are already at around 300. The Destiny 2 servers have seen intermittent error codes and outages for some players, but for many the launch of Destiny 2 has been smooth.

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If you're now using these gauntlets, it's unclear how Bungie intends to remove and replace them at this time, but chances are they will provide a replacement item of the same level in place of the Road Complex AA1.

"If you have witnessed the race to become the first to topple the final boss, you know we keep Raid info well under wraps", Bungie explains.

"These are your moments to discover - your mysteries to solve". Much of the endgame content is available in the game now with the Nightfall Strikes and the Leviathan Raid kicking off tomorrow. "Together, as a team, you might even discover the how".

Speak to anyone who got hooked on the first Destiny, and they'll tell you just how incredible the raids were.

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