Bungie is bringing back one of Destiny’s most loved armour sets—the one with the wolf’s head


Destiny 2 (opens in new tab) players love to complain, and—over the past few years—many of them have groused about the armour sets released for the game’s twice-a-season PvP event, Iron Banner. The oft-stated grievance among sci-fi fashionistas is that Destiny 1’s sets just looked better. In Destiny 1, the Iron Banner armour was heavily inspired by Medieval knights—an appropriate style for the Iron Lords of the game’s own post-Collapse dark ages.

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