Last Updated on September 26, 2022
Eververse is a Special Vendor that provides guardians with cosmetic items. These cosmetic items don’t add anything to your gameplay other than how you look. There are three ways using which you can get eververse items; Bright Dust, Engrams, and Silver.
- Bright Dust: In-Game currency that you earn by completing bounties from different vendors. With the Shadowkeep update, you cannot earn bright dust anymore by dismantling eververse items. Players can use Bright Dust to buy items from the inventory that rotates every week.
- Engrams: Every season has a different engram. Bungie has now ended their engram focus, you can only obtain them from ranking up your Season Pass. Earlier you could get them from ranking up.
- Silver: Currency that is bought using real-money. You can buy this straight by heading to Eververse.
We will update the images below after the reset.
Eververse Inventory This Week
The Inventory is changed after Every Weekly Reset that happens on Tuesdays at 10 AM PST.
Eververse Bright Dust Offerings
Eververse Controversy Recent Seasons
Eververse is a controversial vendor for sure. Dataminers have found out that you cannot get everything that Eververse sells for Bright Dust, there are only a set of items that will be sold for Bright Dust. Everything else will be able for Silver, which means you must use real money to buy all other cosmetics since they will never make it into the bright dust rotation.
Bungie developers have said that they are looking into this and they’ll be making changes with feedback received from players. The controversy has been around since Destiny 1 and the devs haven’t figured out what the players want, yet.
Eververse has made a return in Destiny 2 with new microtransactions and cosmetics available for purchase. Bright Dust is the currency used to buy these items, which can be acquired by dismantling unwanted cosmetics or Tess Everis will give you a small amount each day for logging in.
There are many different things to purchase from Eververse, including shaders, emotes, Sparrows, and Ghost shells. The prices for these items range from a few hundred bright dust to several thousand bright dust.
Some people are unhappy with the addition of Eververse because it takes away from the game’s loot system. Others don’t mind it as long as it doesn’t affect their gameplay. Regardless of how you feel about it, Eververse is here to stay.
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