he Destiny 2 Iron Banner was officially unveiled by Bungie, complete with changes and start times.
As confirmed by the development team, The Destiny 2 Iron Banner will return this week on PS4 and Xbox One.
The release time has been set for Tuesday, October 10th, at around 2am PT / 10am BST.
It will finish at the same time on October 17, giving fans a whole week to grab the loot they’re hoping to earn.
Bungie have also confirmed that a few changes have been made from the original game, both in how you earn gear and how you battle in competition with your fellow Guardians.
Destiny 2 Iron Banner will include two teams of four players instead of five, while your fighting abilities, not your power levels, will decide the outcome.
Guardians earn more Tokens if they are on the winning side, which can be used to grab more engrams.
For those who are itching to compete, you must first complete the Destiny 2 campaign, which will then allow you to meet up with Lord Saladin in the Tower to begin the Iron Banner Quest.
Guardians will be able to fight in the Iron Banner playlist with Quickplay modes and matchmaking, hopefully grabbing some good loot on the way.
New Iron Banner armour and gear is up for grabs for the best Titans, Hunters, and Warlocks, while Bungie have confirmed weapons will also be included.
“One by one, they have been returning to the City. Now, Lord Saladin will hold court and reward the brave.”
The game for the first Iron Banner in Destiny 2 will be Control.
Bungie had previously confirmed that Iron Banner will return to Destiny 2 in October.
However, until this week the exact date for the return of the week-long PvP event was unknown.
In the Bungie blog post, they also revealed pictures of the armour set Guardians will be able to get their hands on.
And as expected, it will have a distinct Samurai feel to it.