How to get your Destiny 2 Year in Review emailed

Congrats on another great year.

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If you’ve put any time into Destiny 2—and for a lot of you, it’s certainly a lot—it’s always satisfying to see all your hard work laid out in a sleek infographic.

Yet another new era of Destiny 2 is fast approaching with the launch of the Lightfall expansion, and Guardians can look back at their 2022 exploits with a Year in Review display, a customized graphic showing all their accomplishments from the past year, plus a handful of their select favorites.

Here’s everything you need to know about getting yours sent.

How to get your Destiny 2 Year in Review emailed

To receive your Year in Review, you have to make sure you have specific email settings turned on. Head to Bungie’s website and sign in, then go to your Account Settings page and go to the Email and SMS section.

Make sure the email you use primarily is added and verified, and then make sure that these two checkboxes are checked:

  • “I allow Bungie to email me about news and updates as well as tailored messaging on social media.”
  • “I allow Bungie to email me about and Destiny service emails.”

If these are already checked, then you likely have already received your Destiny 2 Year in Review. It should appear in your Inbox (in the Promotions tab for most Gmail users) with the subject “See your #Destiny2YearinReview <user name>.”

What’s in the Destiny 2 Year in Review?

The Destiny 2 Year in Review for 2022 features a features a handful of your most notable accomplishment since the launch of The Witch Queen. These milestones include your favorite Exotic weapons (ranked by number of enemies defeated), class breakdown (percent of your time spent on each class), and the highest seasonal rank you’ve reached for each of the four seasons between Risen, Haunted, Plunder, and Seraph.

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Then it shows you the number of specific activity clears and the season ranks you’ve achieved since The Witch Queen. The activity clear tracker tracks:

  • Dungeons cleared
  • Raids cleared
  • Trials matches completed
  • Grandmasters completed


Scott Robertson
VALORANT lead staff writer, also covering CS:GO, FPS games, other titles, and the wider esports industry. Watching and writing esports since 2014. Previously wrote for Dexerto, Upcomer, Splyce, and somehow MySpace. Jack of all games, master of none.