Destiny 2 Fireteam Medallion Item Increases Exotic Drop Chance

The Destiny 2 Fireteam Medallion Item can help your chances of getting Exotic drops and Legendary Engrams. Better yet, it works for the entire fireteam you’re a part of when you use this consumable item. The Fireteam Medallion can be purchased for Bright Dust, which you can either buy through microtransactions or get by dismantling items like sparrows and ships that you got from Bright Engrams.

Destiny 2 Fireteam Medallion Item Increases Exotic Drop Chance
Destiny 2 Fireteam Medallion Item Increases Exotic Drop Chance

Fireteam Medallion in Destiny 2

The Fireteam Medallion is a consumable item you can get in Destiny 2. You can purchase it from Tess Everis for Bright Dust. While the effect lasts, both you and the rest of the fireteam you’re on get both more XP and better loot, including Exotic gear and Legendary Engrams, even from random chests during whatever activity you’re doing at the moment. You can use it in the Crucible, Strikes, Public Events, take your pick. Although, your best bet are probably Heroic Public Events.

Here’s the description of the Fireteam Medallion from the game:

The strongest Guardians are those who stand together. Increased XP gains and loot for you and members of your fireteam or match from strikes, Public Events, and the Crucible. Effect lasts for 4 hours.

So, yeah, the description pretty much confirms that the Fireteam Medallion is an excellent pick for Public Events and pretty much everything else that involves a fireteam.

We haven’t gotten our hands on the Fireteam Medallion ourselves, but you can see it in action in the video below. Judging by what we can see here, it’s pretty incredible and absolutely worth 50 Bright Dust. If you’re lacking Bright Dust, dismantle some of the stuff that you’ve gotten from Bright Engrams as you played. Sparrows, ships, whatever. Alternatively, you can simply spend real-life money, buy currency, and bypass the whole hassle completely.

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