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Destiny: The "Recruit a Friend" campaign has started, lures with emotes

The “Recruit a Friend” campaign has started in the MMO shooter Destiny, there are gestures and much more as a reward, but you have to persuade a friend to buy the game.

We already introduced it last week and the “prizes” came into play. Now the campaign has started, which will lead to the rewards of the "Tale of Two Guardians".

The whole thing runs under "Friend recommendation“: You invite a friend over to the campaign, he buys Destiny: King of the Taken (you have to be on the same platform), then you experience adventures together and collect rewards. Both players receive the “Rewards”.

One downer: The promotion is only offered for Playstation 4 and XBox One, the program does not run on Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.

These are the rewards of Tale of Two Guardians, and this is how you get it

We have already presented in an article what exactly Guardians have to achieve - at the moment this is still unofficial, but it will probably come that way.

These are "relatively normal things" at the beginning: complete patrol, story mission, crucible match. Later, when the new Guardian is at level 40, the two friends have to face the second round as tasks: heroic story mission, heroic strike and a completion of the twilight strike.

The connected friends will get more Exp together. As a reward, a special sparrow beckons, there are two gestures that you can probably perform in a duet, an emblem, a special shader and even “Elemental swords“(Edge of Infinity) are waiting for the dynamic duo.

At the moment we don't know what the sword is all about. They should be “exclusive” - we will surely find out soon.

Click here for the campaign, remember that “the newly recruited friend” has to be invited via this function in order for it to work. Players who are considered “newbies” have played Destiny for the first time in the last 7 days.

Here is the (really gorgeous) German trailer for the action. You can almost forget the coolly calculated and clearly commercial intent behind the campaign ... almost: