Touch of Malice – Destiny 2’s Season of the Haunted Boost
Similar to other Destiny 2 raids, the Touch of Malice is a random drop at the end of the final encounter. Originally tied to a quest in the first game, Touch of Malice now only drops from the chest that spawns after you slay Oryx. It’s not a guaranteed drop, but BoostCheetah is here to help you obtain this weapon.
- Here you can buy Destiny 2 Touch of Malice;
- This purchase is for PC, PS4, and Xbox;
- We don’t use any programs or bots, only hand work.
- Destiny 2 game on your account;
- 1560+ light level;
- In case of account sharing we need only your login and password, we don’t need your answer on secret question or password to your email. This will keep your account safe.
Frequently asked boost questions
We will always text and email you ten minutes before starting your order. Our messages will contain a link to a live chat where you can speak directly to your booster and follow along with your order! You may use the ten minute heads up finish what you’re doing or let us know that you need more time.
This is a very common question we receive. As a truly legitimate service, the most we can do is openly display our site feedback on all of our products. At the end of the day, there is nothing to gain from not completing your service. Professionalism and your satisfaction is our top priority.
As a safety precaution, we highly recommend resetting your password in between services.
We will never use any of your resources, delete items, or pull from your collections without permission.
Our boosters take a lot of precautions to hide their identity
VPNs are one of the best methods utilized. By using a VPN, Bungie doesn’t know who is logging into your account. They can only see a VPN with an IP addresses close to your location connecting. In general, using a VPN is highly recommended to help protect your online privacy and to stop your internet service provider from snooping on your activity. They are 100% legal for our boosters to use and highly recommended by security professionals.
Since the start of BoostCheetah, our team members have used private and anonymous streams that aren’t shared with anyone else. Anyone watching your stream won’t know if you’re being boosted or just someone playing!