Everyone loves to hate Destiny 2’s Eververse store. But that’s only because it has too many great-looking items for sale that should be in-game rewards instead.
Bungie did admit to taking things too far and promised changes. In the meantime, the Eververse store still offers great-looking items, but if you play your cards right, you can get most of them for free with Bright Dust.
In this post, we’ll cover everything the Eververse store has to offer in Season of the Seraph, including the highlights and items to avoid.
Updated as of Season of the Seraph (S19).
Destiny 2 Eververse schedule
These are all the premium Eververse items available in Season of the Seraph (schedule up to date up to week 4, the remaining weeks will be added shortly):
Eververse Weekly: January 17, 2023
Eververse Calendar for Season 19
Destiny 2 Eververse Armor & Ornaments for Season 19
If you prefer to only spend Bright Dust in the Eververse store, you must shop carefully, as Bright Dust is not easy to find. By the way, this guide covers all the current Bright Dust sources.
For that reason, there are some items you should prioritize and some items you should avoid. This all comes down to personal preference, but these are the highlights from the Eververse I always acquire:
- The Seasonal Armor Ornament (as seen below)
- Event-based Armor sets (such as Dawning or Festival of the Lost)
- Exotic Armor and Weapon Ornaments (including for items I don’t use as you never know what Exotic could be buffed tomorrow and become your favorite weapon or armor piece for weeks)
- Great looking Exotic ships and vehicles
Seasonal Armor Ornament
Every new season comes with a new Eververse armor set.
This set is, of course, already available for Silver, but each part of the armor will also be available for Bright Dust. The seasonal armor is something I never miss, and if you, too, would like to get it for free using Bright Dust, the following dates should be on your calendar:
- Dynamo Current Grips: Available for Bright Dust on Week 6
- Dynamo Current Vest: Available for Bright Dust on Week 11
- Dynamo Current Cloakt: Available for Bright Dust on Week 9
- Dynamo Current Casque: Available for Bright Dust on Week 12
- Dynamo Current Strides: Available for Bright Dust on Week 8
You can refer to the table above and filter items to only see “Armor Ornaments” for the images and more details about the Seasonal Ornament set.
Destiny 2 Eververse items you should skip
The Eververse store is bloated with consumables and shaders, especially its Bright Dust section. To better highlight the items we consider worthy of your hard-earned Bright Dust or Silver, the following categories were left out from the table above:
- Ghost projections
- Transmat entrances
- Rare (blue) items
- Most Legendary accessories (such as Vehicles, Emotes, or Ships)
If you’re very much into Transmat entrances, you’re, of course, free to spend your currency on that. But to be clear, I prefer to keep this post focused on the more “premium” items Eververse has to offer.
Eververse Frequently Asked Questions
These are some of the most Frequently Asked Questions involving Eververse:
When does Destiny 2’s Eververse reset?
As with everything else in the game, the Eververse store resets weekly on Tuesdays at the same exact time:
- US Eastern: 1 pm
- US Western: 10 am
- UK: 6 pm
- Central European: 7 pm
How much Bright Dust is a Vehicle (sparrow)?
A Vehicle in Destiny 2 is either 2500 Bright Dust or 800 Silver
How much Bright Dust is a Ship?
A Ship in Destiny 2 is either 2000 Bright Dust or 800 Silver
How much Bright Dust is an Armor Ornament?
An Armor Ornament in Destiny 2 (Legendary or Exotic) is either 1200 Bright Dust or 800 Silver for each piece.
How much Bright Dust is a Weapon Ornament?
A Weapon Ornament in Destiny 2 is either 1250 Bright Dust or 700 Silver for each piece.
Before you go…
Now that you know everything there is to know about the Eververse store, you probably want to know how to get as much Bright Dust as possible. While our dedicated Bright Dust guide is the best place to start, working on your XP will also help towards completing Seasonal Challenges and getting even more Bright Dust!
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