There is a Destiny 2 and PlayStation collaboration that gives you crossover armor sets inspired by iconic video games from PlayStation’s first-party studios. Wearing this, you can feel like you’re in your favorite PlayStation game every time you play. As such, learn how to get the PlayStation Crossover armor set for Destiny 2 with the help of this guide.
How to get the PlayStation Crossover Armor in Destiny 2?
To get PlayStation crossover armor, you’ll have to take part in the events starting in Season of the Deep for Destiny 2. This season will start on May 23, 2023.
According to the Destiny 2 Season 21 leaks, new seasonal activities are going to be present in the upcoming season. The PlayStation crossover armors will be the rewards for completing these activities. We aren’t sure if the armor sets are exclusive to Season of the Deep or if you can earn them in the seasons that come after.
There are four Destiny 2 PlayStation Crossover Armor sets you can earn from PlayStation first-party studios:
- Kratos from God of War
- Aloy from Horizon: Zero Dawn
- Jin Sakai from Ghost of Tsushima
- The Infected from The Last of Us
These Destiny 2 PlayStation Collaboration armors are themed after popular video games made by PlayStation first-party studios. Each design is reflected to portray a specific character from that franchise.
Are the PlayStation Crossover Armors Exclusive to PlayStation Consoles?
Despite being called PlayStation Armor, these Crossover armor sets are available on all platforms. They are not exclusive to the PS4 and PS5. You can earn them even if you’re playing on a PC or Xbox console.
Some of the titles these armors are from have been released outside of the PS4 and PS5, such as Horizon: Zero Dawn, The Last of Us, and God of War, which are now out on Steam. However, they were all originally PlayStation exclusives for years until Sony finally let them out on PC. While it’s surprising that all platforms can earn them as rewards, it does make sense.
That’s how to get the Destiny 2 PlayStation Crossover Armors.