Destiny 2 Daily Focus Playlist Explained
The Destiny 2 Daily Focus playlist is a feature of the Guardian Games event. Destiny 2 runs this event annually, and tasks players with gathering Medallions and turning them in for points, then the class that turns in the most points wins the event. The ways in which players can accrue points are numerous, so naturally many players will seek out the most efficient methods. The Daily Focus is a feature that has changed a bit from previous years, so to figure things out here is Destiny 2 Daily Focus Playlist explained.
- There is a lot to get to grips with in the Guardian Games, to help you along we have created a handy Destiny 2 Guardian Games explainer guide.
Destiny 2 Daily Focus Playlist: Getting Started
There has been some confusion about how the Daily Focus Playlist works in this year’s Guardian Games. First and foremost, we need to get started. There are several quests tied to the event, but the initial quest is the one we need to get through. The quest is called Destiny 2 Best in Class, and we have an extensive guide explaining it.
Once you complete this first list of tasks for Eva and Zavala, you are ready to start the event properly. You will get more quests to complete, and Cards to purchase from Eva Levante. Cards come in two flavours, Contender and Platinum, and reward players with Medallions. To buy those cards, you need Laurels. Laurels can be earned anywhere, but bonus Laurels are awarded in the Daily Focus Playlist.
- Once you get started earning Laurels and gathering Medallions, you are going to start making progress on the Destiny 2 Medallion Battalion quest. Check out our guide to learn more about it.
How To Find The Destiny 2 Daily Focus Playlist
This is where the confusion began. Each year during the Guardian Games, players are given an item called the Medallion Case. It shows your total Laurels, as well as how many Medallions of each type the player is holding. In previous years, viewing the Medallion Case also told you what the current Daily Focus Playlist was. There is no mention of the Daily Focus on the Medallion Case anymore, leading many to assume there was no Daily Focus Playlist in the event this year.
Turns out, this is not the case. For some reason, Bungie decided to move the Daily Focus Playlist notification to the objective panel on the map screen. Hold E/L2/LT on the map screen to bring out the objective panel on the left, there you will see what today’s Daily Focus Playlist is, either Vanguard, Crucible, or Gambit. Take part in the specified activity to earn yourself some extra Laurels.
Hopefully, that helps clear up some of the confusion around the Destiny 2 Daily Focus Playlist for you. For more tips on gaining Laurels as quickly as possible, check out our Destiny 2 Laurels guide.