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‘Destiny: Rise of Iron’ How to Sing The Iron Song Achievement Guide

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Bungie is known for hiding dozens of secrets and already players have begun to unlock the hidden achievements and easter eggs. One of the most noteworthy to emerge has been the various iron bells hidden in Felwinter¬†Peak. One of these secrets is called the “Sing the Iron Song” achievement which tasks you to play the Iron Song via a series of bells behind the Cryptarch Tyra. When you spawn in, head up the stairs to your left and enter the long hallway towards the massive temple full of statues of the Iron Lords. To the left and right of this room you will see two staircases that lead up to an area behind the statues.

In order to get this achievement/trophy you will need to ring the bells behind the statues in a certain order and at a specific tempo. In addition to the five bells directly behind the statues, there will be one massive bell¬†on the other side of the room. The first bell in the sequence will be the massive bell in the back, with every other bell going up in number from there. This will mean the five bells in the front will be numbered as followed from left to right: 2,3,4,5, and 6. You won’t be using number six as the song only goes up to 5.

In order to complete this song you will need to ring the bells at a fast rate, which means that you’ll need at least three people to ring all of the bells. Credit to Youtuber HarryNinetyFour for the video showcasing how to complete this tricky secret. Also, make sure every member of your Fireteam has the order in front of you so there’s no delay between calling out bells.

The order for the bells is as followed: 1-2-3-1-5-4-3-2-3-1-3-4.

Ring them all fast enough and you will unlock this and earn a nice achievement or trophy for your time.

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