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How to Get the Deadeye Seal in Destiny 2

Here’s a helping hand.

Bungie has rectified part of the issue of FOMO with Seals in Destiny 2 by adding the Deadeye Seal. This is a Seal you have to earn once, and that’s it. Afterward, you can earn it again and get Gilded versions. However, for Guardians like me who have a very limited amount of time to play, this is a brilliant system that allows me to play without feeling like I’m completely missing out on what’s in the game.

If you’re hoping to earn the Deadeye Seal for yourself, then you’re in luck. While there are 31 different Triumphs that you need to earn to collect it, all you really need to do is pick up a bunch of kills with a variety of weapons. There are two Triumphs that reset each season, so you could earn these every season and have them count towards Deadeye every time. These are as follows.

  • Ritual of the Season – Rapidly defeat opponents with a weapon matching the archetype of the current seasonal Legendary weapon 50 times. Guardians count for more.
  • Season’s Greetings – With this season’s Legendary quest weapon, get 500 kills.

These ones really aren’t that much effort. I’d even go so far as to say that you don’t need to put much effort in to get them. Just use this season’s Legendary and you’ll be picking it up in no time.

Outside of these, there are a tonne of Triumphs that you could pick up. It all depends on what you already have. By far the easiest ones to grab are for getting 1000 or 500 kills with a certain weapon type. These are Aptitude Triumphs, and you’ll come across them in your Triumph record. They really are super easy to earn, just use a certain type of weapon until you’ve racked up the specific number of kills.

Finally, you have the Mastery Triumphs that you could work through. These are like the Aptitude Triumphs in that you have one for each weapon type, but you can actually earn a second medal by pushing your skills to the next level. These Triumphs require you to do a little more than you might usually do with your weapons, but it’s worth it for not having to spend hundreds of hours on other, incredibly specific Triumphs.

Let us know if you pick Deadeye up in the comments.

I'm an avid Destiny 2 fan and player. I fell in love with Destiny 1 during the early alpha and have been hooked by the universe ever since. I really enjoy playing with other Guardians, speculating about the lore, and writing about as much of the Destiny universe as I can.

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