Destiny 2: How to Claim Lightfall Pre-Order Bonuses and Rewards

Claim the rewards and bonuses that are rightfully yours from the Lightfall pre-order using the tips in this guide.

Claim the rewards and bonuses that are rightfully yours from the Lightfall pre-order using the tips in this guide.

If you pre-ordered the Destiny 2 Lightfall expansion, especially if you bought the Digital Deluxe Edition, you’ll want to be sure you pick up your pre-order bonuses and rewards before you start the campaign in earnest. Trouble is, it’s not immediately clear where you need to go to get them.

Thankfully, it’s an easy process and well worth the few minutes you’ll spend doing so. Here’s how to get the Lightfall pre-order bonuses. 

How to Get the Lightfall Pre-Order Rewards and Bonuses

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The process for claiming your Lightfall pre-order bonuses and rewards is the same as ever: head to the Tower and speak to Master Rahool, the Cryptarch.

At the top of his menu, you’ll see a section marked “Rahool’s Secret Stash.” You’ll see all the pre-order items available to you there. This is also true if you pre-ordered the expansion but haven’t played Destiny 2 in a while. Your Strand emote, for instance, will be waiting there, as will the Quicksilver Storm Exotic Auto Rifle.

The same process is true for new players, but rather than visiting Master Rahool, you’ll get your items from Shaw Han in the Cosmodrome.

If you have any Engrams left over from last year, you can turn them in. However, keep your Iron Engrams, as those will be usable again when the Iron Banner activity returns to Destiny in a few weeks’ time.

What are the Destiny 2 Lightfall Pre-Order Bonuses and Rewards?


Don’t expect these bonuses to give you too much of a leg up on other Guardians. While the Ascendant Alloy, Ascendant Shard, and Exotic Cipher materials are some of the harder to come by, you barely get enough to fully upgrade even a few pieces of armor and a couple of crafted weapons.

Quicksilver Storm Exotic

While a neat Exotic, the Quicksilver Storm is not necessarily the best endgame option. And if you own the Always On Time Sparrow, you have the fastest ride in the game. The Lightfall Sparrow, called Argent Turbo, doesn’t have the same issue granting it additional speed, so its only benefit is its new look.

Exotic Ship Tropopause

The new Exotic Ship, Tropopause, is a little awkward in appearance, and there are undoubtedly much more aesthetically pleasing choices in the Eververese store if you have the Bright Dust or want to spend some real money on Silver.

Despite these limitations, that’s how to claim the Lightfall pre-order bonuses and rewards. They’re a nice, well, bonus to your collections. While they’re not game-breaking, they show your commitment to protecting the people of Earth, or at least to the Destiny franchise. For more D2 content, see our guides hub.

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