Interact with the world of Destiny 2 with the Ghost device powered by Alexa. When paired with an Amazon Alexa powered device, you can ask Ghost to change your loadout, call for backup, learn more about the lore of the Destiny universe, and more.
Before setting up your Destiny 2 Ghost, here's what you need:
The Destiny 2 Ghost Skill is available in the United States and Great Britain in English only.
Please note: If you run into issues while connecting or using the Ghost device, you can perform a factory reset by flipping the switch on the back of the Ghost ten times. Performing a factory reset will require you to set up your Ghost device again.
You should see a red LED light up, indicating the Ghost device is connected to a power source. The Ghost must remain plugged in at all times to function as it is not a battery powered device.
Please note: The Ghost's lights will also blink slowly once the power source is connected. However, blinking won't occur on the initial setup.
Allow about one minute for connection and updates to occur. If updates are happening, the lights will blink and then a solid middle light comes on. When connection and updates are complete, you'll hear another swoosh and the lights will go off.
If the lights stay on, flip the switch on the back of the Ghost once to perform a reset. If this doesn't work, flip the switch three times.
Please note: If you enter the wrong serial number for your Destiny 2 Ghost device, you will reach an error page. If this happens, you can enter the correct serial number from this page.
While most home networks permit outbound connections to non-standard ports and map them for you, some networks will be locked, preventing outbound connections.
If your Destiny 2 Ghost device is having trouble connecting after setting it up on your home Wi-Fi, it’s likely that your router is blocking outbound connections to the required port. For the device to work on your home network, you will need to adjust your network rules to allow outbound connections to port 8883.
If you’re not sure how to adjust your home router, please reference your router’s user manual or contact your Internet Service Provider for assistance.