Destiny 2’s Guardian Games will return on May 3, with this year’s edition offering some significant tweaks to the annual competition between Hunters, Warlocks, and Titans. While the gist of Guardian Games remains the same–you compete by completing different activities and bounties to earn medallions, which you bank at the Podium in the Tower to score points for your class–Bungie has made the event more competitive.
Much like previous Guardian Games, medallions can be earned by completing certain activities and mini-quests through Contender cards and Platinum cards, Bungie explained in its This Week at Bungie blog post. Some cards will reward higher-tier medallions if you complete raids, dungeons, and competitive PvP activities, other cards will offer less but still valuable points through Gambit, Vanguard Strikes, Quickplay Crucible, and other Throne World activities.
Gold medals can be earned by completing Contender Cards in easier activities, whereas Platinum medals drop when Platinum Cards are completed on tougher content. As long as you’re taking part in weekly activities, you’ll be earning medallions for your class.
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