Destiny 2: How to Get the Secret After the Nightfall Emblem

Earlier this week, Destiny 2 players banded together to discover the secret of the After the Nightfall Emblem, which had only been unlocked by 5 players prior. Because those players had been instructed by Bungie to keep the secret, players had to problem solve to figure it out, using stats, trackers, and more to piece all the information together. Now, they’ve discovered that there is a secret time trial for each Nightfall that will the Emblem if each and every single of them have been met.

That is easier said than done, however, as most of these Nightfalls have to be completed in under 10 minutes. A few of them have to be completed in 6-7 minutes, so Destiny 2 players will want to finish them as quickly as possible. To be specific, the Warden of Nothing Nightfall has the longest time trial at 11:57, and the Lake of Shadows has a time of 6:07. The full list is below, but luckily, there is a tool or two at every guardian’s disposal to make this feat a little easier to complete.

Instead of rummaging through PvE stats to check times on every Nightfall, the website has updated their statistics to show player runs vs required time. This will help players deduce which they have to complete and which they already have to little-or-no distress.

Completing each of these runs in the required time may also require players to get a little creative. Previously, a few Destiny 2 players managed to instakill The Arms Dealer Nightfall strike boss in a ridiculous way. Their method included the Relvery Tonic, however, so if players are struggling with that Nightfall, they will want to try this method before the ends on May 7.

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Because of the time restraints associated with the After the Nightfall emblem, it’s pretty clear as to how only 5 players managed to do this without trying, but that number should increase in the coming days. Destiny 2 developer Bungie loves a good puzzle, but this one has finally been solved.

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