Ahead of Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, Bungie’s Luke Smith announced changes to the game’s cosmetic-only Eververse store.
Firstly, all the Eververse armor will be converted to “Universal Ornaments” that can be applied to all Legendary armor sets released after the Shadowkeep expansion goes live in September. That means you can make any post-Shadowkeep Legendary armor in your inventory look like a sexy Eververse piece, so you can change your look without ruining your build.
Bright Dust, the foreign money used to purchase sure Eververse objects alongside Silver, can be improved. Bright Dust will be a part of the record of rewards gamers obtain from ending Vanguard, Crucible, and Gambit bounties each week. As an end result, Bright Dust will not be rewarded from dismantling Eververse objects. Instead, you’ll obtain Glimmer and Legendary Shards. The similar two currencies will even be used to get objects out of your Collection, so it balances out.
Those changes fit with a recent update to the Eververse Store that came with Destiny 2’s last expansion, the Season of Opulence. Bungie changed the store to offer a lot more one-off items for purchase with both Silver and Bright Dust, streamlining the process of buying the things you want, and lessening the game’s reliance on Bright Engrams, which are a bit like loot boxes.
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep featuring Eververse changes will be released on September 17 for PS4, Windows PC, and Xbox One. The Google Stadia version will go live later in 2019.