Destiny 2 has been infamous for featuring a ton of bugs in-game and currently many players have reported about the Share a Glass Emblem bug which is not letting players claim rewards. So, in this article, we will be sharing all the details about this bug and help you get it fixed. Here’s everything you need to know.
Well, ever since the release of Season 15 in Destiny 2, things have not been quite well for Bungie. With a plethora of bugs featured in the game, Destiny 2’s popularity has been deteriorating alarmingly. From missing .dll files error to the recently released Season 15’s Astral Alignment activity error, there seems to be an endless loop of problems in Destiny 2. However, after the release of Hotfix 184.108.40.206 for the game, some errors have been fixed.
But, now, players are dealing with the glass emblem bug which is prohibiting them from claiming rewards in the game. Interested to know if there is a fix for it? Well, continue reading then.
Destiny 2 Share a Glass Emblem Bug
So, the Share a Glass emblem is a Bungie reward awarded to players who help 10 other players to complete their first Vault of Glass raid. Well, having this emblem shows how dedicated you are towards the game and its community. However, due to a bug, players are unable to claim the rewards in-game. As per reports, the emblem is grayed out which means it is inaccessible.
Well, according to some players, the bug causes the activity to reset each season which is why many are not eligible to get it. Also, it was speculated that it might be intentional from Bungie to reset the activity each season but after checking the official Bungie reward page, there was no mention about its reset every season which strengthens our point about this being a huge bug causing problems to the players.
Fortunately, the devs have acknowledged the issue and stated that they are currently investigating it. But, no official statement about the release date of hotfix has been made yet. So, all we can do now is wait and let Bungie come up with a fix for this issue.