A winner has been crowned in Destiny’s Vault of Glass
It’s official: Destiny’s Vault of Glass challenge now has a winner. The Primeguard Clan completed first Destiny’s most difficult online challenge with an overall gaming time of 10 hours, 42 minutes and 3 seconds. The Vault of Glass raid kicked off Tuesday, September 16 at 2:00 AM Pacific Time, gathering a great numbers of clans fighting for the ultimate crown. The raid includes two very tough boss battles in a series of four clashes. The winner, Primeguard is a six member clan packing three Titans, two Hunters and one Warlock. Here are the team stats, courtesy of destinydb.com:
- McTwidget- 27 Human Titan
- KingSmaals- 26 Awoken Titan
- Des Waffles- 28 Awoken Titan
- Fraser Baws- 28 Human Hunter
- nanowatts-26 Exo Hunter
- psx-Yoshi- 28 Exo Warlock
Some more interesting stats:
- They died a combined total of 1,606 times
- 5,733 kills happened during the clear
- An average K/D Ratio of 3.59
- 1,388 Precision Kills were performed
- Successfully resurrected another Guardian 166 times
- Their average lifespan was 2 minutes and 22 seconds
Primeguard was followed by itsDattos fire team in the rankings. They completed the raid in 12 hours, 45 minutes, and 52 seconds.
- Dattowatto- 27 Exo Titan
- Valkain Prime- 28 Human Titan
- StrikerCodex- 27 Awoken Titan
- Furchten- 27 Exo Hunter
- ExpBountyHunter- 27 Human Hunter
- KrazeyKracker- 27 Awoken Warlock
- They died a combined total of 1,855 times.
- 7,363 kills happened during the clear
- An average K/D ratio of 4.11
- 1,694 Precision Kills were performed
- Successfully resurrected another Guardian 319 times
- Their average lifespan was 2 minutes and 3 seconds.
After this notable victory, Primeguard posted the following on Twitter: “Destiny’s Vault of Glass is the single most challenging and rewarding experience we have had as gamers. The rewards?” The Vault of Glass has been designed for skilled gamers, Bungie saying that it is the most difficult online first-person shooter challenge to date. Players are required to have a character with minimum level of 26 or higher in order to get in. Bungie sent their congratulations to Primeguard on their official twitter account and called out the clans for a new challenge: “Congratulations to @PrimeGuardHQ for completing the Raid. Now, try it on hard tier.” So let’s see who will meet their Destiny in this new challenge.