In addition, the teams who completed Last Wish in the first 24 hours earned an exclusive emblem and access to a personalized Last Wish raid jacket for completing it before the first weekly reset.
We ran a poll on IGN’s Fireteam Chat YouTube channel and asked if people were happy or unhappy with the fact that fewer than 2,000 Destiny 2: Forsaken players are the recommended 550 light level for Last Wish.
Indica said that completing Last Wish was easily his “biggest accomplishment so far in the history of Destiny” and feels Bungie truly rewarded and honored those who put in the time to become World First and that the raid will be something he is looking forward to returning to every week.
According to the Destiny Raid Report, the first team of Guardians to complete Last Wish and become World First were members of Clan Redeem and finished in 18 hours and 48 minutes. Yes, 18 hours and 48 minutes straight.
Justin Burke was not happy with the requirements and wishes Bungie would have at least set the expectations for those preparing for Last Wish.
DocZep on Twitter felt it was “ultimately too difficult for 99% of Destiny players.”
For comparison, Destiny 2’s first raid, Leviathan, was completed in 5 hours and 34 minutes and over 4,500 Guardians finished the raid in the first 24 hours.
Max Toovey doesn’t see why the raid needs to be beatable by those except the most dedicated, it’s meant to challenge and be a goal to work towards.
These facts brought up a question – with only 18 Guardians completing Last Wish in the first 24 hours and 750 in the first three days, how does the community at large feel about the strict requirements and hard work that must be put in to stand a chance to be one of the lucky few to obtain World First or complete a raid in the first 24 hours?
Destiny 2's latest raid, Last Wish, launched last Friday as part of the new Forsaken expansion and of all the Guardians who attempted to conquer its challenge, only 18 Guardians completed the raid in the first 24 hours and 2 minutes.