How to complete an Iron Banner daily challenge in Destiny 2

Iron Banner has returned to Destiny 2, giving players the opportunity to compete with other Guardians in the game. These heated competitions give you the chance to bring your favorite weapons into this arena and offer worthwhile rewards for your time upon completing these massive challenges. One thing you need to do while Iron Banner is happening is complete the daily challenges. Here’s what you need to know to complete an Iron Banner daily challenge in Destiny 2.

What is an Iron Banner Daily Challenge and how to do it in Destiny 2?

Iron Banner Daily Challenges are the ones you can complete to earn Pinnacle rewards. You don’t get them from Lord Saladin, who you can find in the Tower Courtyard. Instead, you can view your progress on the daily challenge by going to the main menu of The Crucible playlist and hovering over the Iron Banner sigil on the main screen. You can find it on the right side where you can see how many games you have to complete for your daily challenge. Hovering over it will show Weekly.

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You must complete a series of matches to earn your Pinnacle gear piece. These games don’t have to be a win, just completed. You can do this yourself or party with some friends to complete a game. You can party with up to six players on your Fireteam to get into the Iron Banner matches, but doing them yourself with your character is also an option.

You can complete these for all your characters. After you finish a set, you can work on the next character and meet them again. There are several pieces of Pinnacle gear to earn in Iron Banner. So make sure you have your best light level gear on your character before the end of the final game to upgrade. How to complete an Iron Banner daily challenge in Destiny 2

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