12 September, 2017
According to Bungie's Luke Smith: "Destiny 2's first Raid has a Power range of 260-280".
Fortunately, while little is known about the contents of the Raid, Bungie has confirmed the Power Level. Firstly, the game's first Raid - which allows teams of six to take on Destiny's hardest, most esoteric challenges - will begin on Wednesday, September 13. Here's hoping that mid-Raid drops will help improve players as they make progress through the Leviathan Raid.
Created to be played in groups of six, the PS4 and Xbox One Raid is one of Destiny 2's main end-game activities. It is in fact entirely possible to reach higher level without taking part in the raid at all, with many players that are already at around 300.
This gives people enough time to level up and master fresh characters before putting them to the test in a new Raid.
We don't know exactly what's coming in October, but Bungie's promising the return of the Iron Banner, as well as new extensions to the Raid.
As before, there is no matchmaking, but all end-game activities will benefit from the new Guided Games system, which allows players to join up with Clans who are advertising for open spots in an upcoming session. We've given you the when.