In the span of just four hours in the ongoing Gaming Collective Expo 2020 Charity Marathon, Bungie—with the able assistance of the Destiny 2 community—raised a whopping $800,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

The money also brought some benefits for Destiny 2 players, including concept art for Beyond Light, the Destiny 2 expansion that’s coming in September, plus a Beyond Light legendary weapon and—the big payoff—the coming return of Hawkmoon, an exotic handcannon from the original Destiny.

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The original Hawkmoon had three special bullets in its 13-round magazine that deal extra damage via the “Luck in the Chamber” perk. But according to a comment on Reddit, Destiny 2 director Luke Smith confirmed that Hawkmoon’s perks will be re-worked for Destiny 2, similar to what happened with previous Destiny exotic hand cannon returnees Thorn and Ace of Spades.

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