What you see here is the real-life, toy version of the exotic rocket launcher from the video game Destiny 2, called NERF LMTD Destiny Gjallarhorn Blaster. The Gjallarhorn first appeared in the original Destiny video game and it was subsequently introduced to Destiny 2 video game in 2021.
The real-world rocket launcher can only be acquired by gamers who have completed a quest available in the Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack. Well, at least it was for early access when it was announced last July.
Now that the early access is well over, the remaining units of the NERF LMTD Destiny Gjallarhorn Blaster are available for everyone to buy. Well, almost everyone. Due to the nature of the product, shipping available to locations outside of the U.S., the U.K., Canada, Australia, and Europe, may be restricted.
Also unlike other NERF LMTD products, this blaster is not quite screen-accurate. Sorry for being this picky but the bright orange details on the white body are far from the grunge gold, gunmetal, and white aesthetic in the game.
But it does have sculpted details faithfully replicated from the game. I would like to say this could join your collection of NERF LMTD game collab blasters like the Halo Needler Blaster and the League of Legends Jinx Fishbones but no. It is just too toy-ish to be on your arsenal rack.
Then again, the fact that it is the biggest NERF blaster may justify the purchase. This is a little big guy. It stretches over 4 feet (1 meter) long and is supposedly at a 1:1 scale.
Moreover, it includes the first-ever NERF Mega dart shells which each hold 3 NERF Mega darts and fire 3 darts at a time. Rounding up the feature list is an illuminating scope and it comes with 3 shells and 9 darts.
If anyone’s interested, the NERF LMTD Destiny Gjallarhorn Blaster is still available on Bungiestore.com, priced at US$185 a pop.