This Destiny 2 How to Complete Shoot to Score quest for the Guardian Games 2022 will help you be able to clear all the requirements for platinum. We’ll show you the steps for completing shoot to score and what to do if the quest isn’t progressing.
Players are having trouble and are looking for how to complete shoot to score quest in Destiny 2. There seems to be issues with the game not properly counting the scores even if players should reach platinum. Is this a bug in Destiny 2? Or are they doing something wrong?
Destiny 2 has begun Guardian Games 2022 and players have new quests to partake in, one of which is called “Shoot to Score.” The Shoot to Score quest in Destiny 2 is spread out through the weeks of the annual event since you have wait for certain playlists to become active. There are a total of 18 steps for Shoot to Score. This quest is a great way to earn medallions for your team during the event.
How to Start Shoot to Score in Destiny 2
Go to the Tower from you Map and enter either Guardians Games: Recreation Playlist or Guardian Games: Training Playlist depending on what you objectives you’re doing for the Shoot to Score quest.
To check for the Shoot to Score objectives, open your Character Menu in the game and go to Triumphs. In the Triumphs tab, select Season of the Risen and go to the Guardian Games tab.
How to Complete Shoot to Score in Destiny 2
In order to complete Shoot to Score quest in Destiny 2 you have to partake in certain playlists and achieve a good score. Certain playlists you need to partake in will only be active on certain days of the week so you may have to wait for the right time. Here are the steps for completing the Destiny 2 Shoot to Score quest:
Step 1 – Play Guardian Games: Training Playlist
Go through the Guardian Games: Training Playlist a couple of times until you earn the buffs until the weekly reset. The Guardian Games: Training Playlist is available all week so you don’t have to wait for a specific day. You can use this to practice with your Fireteam to achieve the highest scores in Competitive Playlists.
Step 2 – Earn Bronze in Competitive Playlist
Earn a Bronze score in Competitive Playlist. Competitive playlists are only available on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday so you may have to wait until those days. After you’ve earned the Bronze score in Competitive Playlist, you’ll unlock the Bronze Scorching Torch in the Tower.
Step 3 – Earn Silver in Competitive Playlist
Earn a Silver score in Competitive Playlist. It’ll play similarly to the Bronze score requirement above. After you earn a Silver score, you’ll unlock the Silver Scorching Torch in the Tower.
Step 4 – Earn Gold in Competitive Playlist
Earn a Gold score in Competitive Playlist which can be challenging if your Fireteam is uncoordinated. Make sure to come prepared for anything. Once you earn a Gold score, you’ll unlock the Gold Scorching Torch in the Tower.
Step 5 – Earn Platinum in Competitive Playlist
Your last task is to secure to highest possible score in Competitive Playlist, the Platinum which is 175,000. This can be the hardest as it requires precise team coordination in Destiny 2 to even beat. Once you break the Platinum threshold, you’ll unlock the Platinum Scorching Torch in the Tower.
After you’ve earned Platinum, you’ve completed the Shoot to Score tasks for the first week. You’ll have to wait for the reset in the next week for another round of tasks for this quest.
Destiny 2 Shoot to Score Not Progressing
Some players seem to be having trouble with their Shoot to Score not progressing. Those who have broken through the threshold for the Gold score in Competitive Playlist can’t seem to get to Platinum even though they should. If you’ve earned more than a 175,000 score in Competitive Playlist but still don’t get the Platinum Contender’s boon there could be problems.
It’s possible that there might be a bug for Destiny 2 that’s preventing players from getting to higher scores. Or it could be possibly a time limit threshold that needs to be met first in order to get platinum. If this issue persists among the community, we’ll have to wait for Bungie to come out with a statement about the issue.
That’s how to complete the Destiny 2 Shoot to Score quest. We’ll update the article as the quest progresses and adds more steps, but for the time being we hope this article helped you out. We have more Destiny 2 content for you should you be interested.