What’s in the Destiny 2 weekly Eververse store? All weekly cosmetics and seasonal offerings in stock

What’s in the Destiny 2 weekly Eververse store? All weekly cosmetics and seasonal offerings in stock
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The Destiny 2 Eververse Store is the place to go if you’re looking to pick up shiny new cosmetics in Bungie Studios’ space-faring FPS game. But the stock isn’t always the same. Want to know what you can pick up this week?

Every weekly reset, Tess Eververse’s shop refreshes with new selections of items, some for Silver, others for Bright Dust, all aimed at ensuring your Guardian’s fashion is on-point. Shaders, ornaments, new ships and sparrows and plenty more show up on sale.

Here, we’ll give you a full rundown of all the Destiny 2 Eververse store items in stock this week, what they cost, and their rarity levels. If you’re wanting to be clued in on all the weekly news though, take a look at our Destiny 2 weekly Nightfall page, the new Warlord’s Ruin dungeon, and the current state of the Veil quest and its revelations. This way, you’ll be well prepared when the Final Shape release date arrives.

What can you find in the weekly Eververse Store in Destiny 2?

Here’s a list of all the unique cosmetic items available for Bright Dust and Silver in the Destiny 2 weekly Eververse Store. To make things simpler, we’re going to start off with all the Bright Dust items, then cover the Weekly Offerings and Seasonal Offers further on in the guide.

What can you find in the Destiny 2 Eververse Store this week? Our full breakdown for cosmetics: The archive screen in the eververse store.
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Armour ornaments – The best defence is good drip

Unfortunately, there are no armor ornaments in the Destiny 2 Eververse store this week. When they are in stock though, you can expect to find one available for each Destiny 2 class, depending on the character you’ve logged into. They’ll usually cost 1,500 Bright Dust.

Emotes – The superior form of communication

There are three emotes in store this week, two exotic, and one legendary.

  • Cozy Campfire (exotic, multiplayer). 4,250 Bright Dust.
  • Splish Splash (exotic). 3,250 Bright Dust.
  • VR Exploration (legendary). 700 Bright Dust.
What's in the Destiny 2 weekly Eververse store: The Cozy Campfire emote.
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Ghost Shells and Projections – Why should Guardians get all the good stuff?

There is one Ghost shell going this week and one Ghost projection available.

  • Firebreak Ghost Shell (exotic). 2,850 Bright Dust.
  • Crow Projection (legendary). 1,500 Bright Dust.
What's in the Destiny 2 weekly Eververse store: Firebreak Ghost shell.
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Shaders – The last word in Destiny fashion

There are six distinct shaders available for bright dust this week. They all cost 300 Bright Dust each.

  • Chrome Stock
  • Iridescent Coral
  • Irradiate Charoite
  • Lucid
  • Safety First
  • Welded Brass
What's in the Destiny 2 weekly Eververse store: Irradiate Charoitre shader.
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Transmat effects – Better than a superhero landing

The Destiny 2 Eververse Store has four different transmat effects available this week. They cost 450 Bright Dust each.

  • Reef Oracle
  • Minotaur Effects
  • Swirling Leaf Entrance
  • Warsat Arrival
What's in the Destiny 2 weekly Eververse store: Warsat Arrival transmat effect.
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Weapon ornaments – Give your enemies a shiny looking sendoff

There are two weapon ornaments in the Eververse Store this week.

  • Chronos Exegesis, a Vex-themed weapon ornament for the exotic pulse rifle No Time To Explain. 1,250 Bright Dust.
  • Western Front, a World War One inspired weapon ornament for the exotic auto rifle Monte Carlo. 1,250 Bright Dust.
What's in the Destiny 2 weekly Eververse store: Western Front weapon ornament.
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Vehicles – Travel in luxury like the demi-god you are

There is one exotic sparrow and one exotic ship available in the weekly Eververse store this week:

  • Wanderer’s Wings, a sleek double-winged exotic ship. 2,000 Bright Dust.
  • Kosmos Starling, an aerodynamic exotic racing sparrow. 2,500 Bright Dust.
What's in the Destiny 2 weekly Eververse store: Wanderer's Wings ship,
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Destiny 2 Eververse Store Weekly Offerings

Now let’s move over to what you can pick up if you’re willing to lay down a bit of Silver in Destiny 2. For those not familiar, Silver is the game’s premium currency, meaning the only way to get it is through purchases with real money. If that’s something you’re cool with though, there’s plenty available in the cosmetics store to spend it on – in fact its really the only place to spend it.

Here’s a breakdown of the Weekly Offerings, a small collection of rotating cosmetics you can pick up for some Silver in the weekly Eververse store.

  • Take Out The Trash, a legendary emote. 500 Silver.
  • Razorscale Shell, an exotic draconic Ghost shell. 600 Silver.
  • Button Masher Bundle. 1,900 Silver. Includes:
    • Arcade exotic Ghost shell
    • The Waverider exotic ship.
    • The Pinballer exotic sparrow.
  • Corrupted Logic, a SIVA-themed weapon ornament for the exotic auto rifle Necrochasm. 700 Silver.
  • Synthweave templates. 1 Template for 300 Silver, or 5 for 1,000 Silver.
  • Recommended Items. This will include a random selection of four items or bundles that the store thinks you might be interested in based on previous purchases.

Just like Bright Dust, the Weekly Offerings will change on the weekly reset every Tuesday.

What's in the Destiny 2 weekly Eververse store: Razorcrest Ghost shell.
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Destiny 2 Eververse Store Seasonal Offerings and our top picks

Finally, we’ve got the Destiny 2 Eververse Store’s Seasonal Offerings, consisting of six pages of cosmetics you can pick up at any time during the current season, before they change next season. Here’s a quick rundown of what you can get and what it costs for Season of the Witch.

Did you know?

All the items you’ll find in the Seasonal Offerings section of the store can appear in the Bright Dust section, and will routinely rotate through that part of the store. Check back weekly if you want a chance at picking up your favourites without needing to buy Silver.

Page 1

  • 10 Rank Bundle for Season of the Wish. 1,000 Silver.
  • Season of the Wish Starter Bundle, 1,400 Silver. Includes the following:
    • Scarred Ghost shell.
    • Abominable Insignia ship.
    • Mercenary Spirit sparrow.
    • 3 Synthweave Templates.
  • Hexer Armor Bundle. 2,000 Silver.
  • Monster Slayer Gear Bundle. 2,500 Silver marked down from 2,800 Silver. Includes the following:
    • Wolven Ghost shell.
    • Wolven Storm ship.
    • Roach-VGH sparrow.
  • Divine Devastation Bundle. 1,000 Silver. Includes the following:
    • Augmented Apotheosis weapon ornament for the exotic trace rifle Divinity.
    • Neon Splash shader.
    • Ether Engine Ghost projection.
  • Season of the Wish Shader Bundle. 800 Silver. Includes the following:
    • Ablaze shader.
    • Cloudstriding Couture shader.
    • Long Journeys shader.
    • Minimalism shader.
  • Button Masher Bundle. 1,900 Silver. Includes the following:
    • Arcade Ghost Ghost shell.
    • Waverider ship.
    • Pinballer sparrow.
  • Dragon’s Wrath Bundle. 1,900 Silver. Includes the following:
    • Razorscale Ghost shell.
    • Steelsky ship.
    • Ferrous Roar sparrow.
  • Photonic Machinery bundle. 1,900 Silver. Includes the following:
    • Photoelectric Ghost shell.
    • Laser Cutter ship.
    • Afterglow sparrow.
  • Force Damage finisher. 800 Silver.
Destiny 2 Eververse Store this week: The seasonal offerings menu tab, showcasing the offerings available for Silver, page 1.
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Page 2

  • Fatal Uppercut finisher. 800 Silver.
  • Flood of Anger finisher. 1,000 Silver.
  • Galactic North class item ornament. 600 Silver.
  • Barrel Bath emote. 1,200 Silver.
  • Cozy Campfire multiplayer emote. 1,200 Silver.
  • Roller Coaster multiplayer emote. 1,200 Silver.
  • Mystical Reading multiplayer emote. 1,200 Silver.
  • Destructive Wizard emote. 1,000 Silver.
  • Magic Lamp emote. 1,000 Silver.
  • Wolven Ghost shell. 800 Silver.
Destiny 2 Eververse Store this week: The seasonal offerings menu tab, showcasing the offerings available for Silver, page 2.
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Page 3

  • Arcade Ghost shell. 600 Silver.
  • Razorscale Ghost shell. 600 Silver.
  • Photoelectrice Ghost shell. 600 Silver.
  • Roach-VGH sparrow. 1,000 Silver.
  • Pinballer sparrow. 800 Silver.
  • Ferrous Roar sparrow. 800 Silver.
  • Afterglow sparrow. 800 Silver.
  • Wolven Storm ship. 1,000 Silver.
  • Waverider ship. 800 Silver.
  • Steelsky ship. 800 Silver.
Destiny 2 Eververse Store this week: The seasonal offerings menu tab, showcasing the offerings available for Silver, page 3.
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Page 4

  • Laser Cutter ship. 800 Silver.
  • Friendly Feet Dance multiplayer emote. 800 Silver.
  • Let Me Tell Ya multiplayer emote. 800 Silver.
  • Hot Gossip multiplayer emote. 800 Silver.
  • Take Out The Trash emote. 500 Silver.
  • Steepled Stare emote. 500 Silver.
  • Unacceptable emote. 500 Silver.
  • Warrior Stance emote. 200 Silver.
  • Curtsy emote. 200 Silver.
  • Time’s Ticking emote. 200 Silver.
Destiny 2 Eververse Store this week: The seasonal offerings menu tab, showcasing the offerings available for Silver, page 4.
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Page 5

  • Daily Bread Ghost projection. 200 Silver.
  • Lunar Dragon Ghost projection. 200 Silver.
  • Brainfreeze Ghost projection. 200 Silver.
  • Inflorescence transmat effect. 200 Silver.
  • Phosphene Stimulus transmat effect. 200 Silver.
  • Two spots for armor ornaments, 600 Silver each. For each class they are:
    • Beast Whisper for the Claws of Ahamkara and Crystalline Loadstar for the Osmiomancy Gloves for Warlocks.
    • Armory Exhibition for the Assassin’s Cowl and Digital Variance for the Star Eater Scales for Hunters.
    • Aurora Sacrifice for the Hallowfire Heart and Adamantine Rebirth for the Loreley Splendor Helm for Titans.
  • Augmented Apotheosis weapon ornament for the Divinity trace rifle. 700 Silver.
  • Spacetime Weft weapon ornament for the Leviathan’s Breath combat bow. 700 Silver.
  • Corrupted Logic weapon ornament for the Necrochasm auto rifle. 700 Silver.
Destiny 2 Eververse Store this week: The seasonal offerings menu tab, showcasing the offerings available for Silver, page 5.
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Page 6

  • Extravagant Wishcraft weapon ornament for the One Thousand Voices SMG. 700 Silver.
  • The Business End weapon ornament for the Sweet Business auto rifle. 700 Silver.
  • Essentialism weapon ornament for the Thorn hand cannon. 700 Silver.
Destiny 2 Eververse Store this week: The seasonal offerings menu tab, showcasing the offerings available for Silver, page 6.
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Our favourites from the Seasonal Offerings pool

There’s a lot here obviously, and taking it all home is more than likely a bit on the pricey side for most of us. We’ve played long enough to see a fair few of these cosmetics in action though, so if you’re looking for our personal recommendations on where to spend your Silver, here they are.

  • The Essentialism weapon ornament for Thorn is a masterful compression of the gorgeous aesthetic blends of Light and Darkness found in the RoN raid, and stands out as truly unique.
  • The Aurora Sacrifice Titan armor ornament is a fitting tribute to the late Rasputin, with a lot of integrated animation that puts it ahead in quality.
  • The Digital Variance armor ornament builds upon the already unique design of Hunter’s Star-Eater Scales with stunning Vex themed design and a gorgeous balance of colour and form.
  • The Arcade Ghost shell is a really unique shell, with lots of movement, colour and a thoroughly original design.
  • The Steelsky ship is likely the closest you’ll come to riding an actual dragon in Destiny 2. What more needs to be said?

That’s everything in the Destiny 2 Eververse store this week. We’ll be sure to keep you updated week by week so you can stay at the peak of your Destiny fashion game. In the meantime, why not kick back and relax by learning how to fish in Destiny 2 until the weekly reset? Or if you’re raring to pair your style with practicality, why not have a look at the best Hunter exotics, best Titan exotics, and best Warlock exotics and choose a centrepiece that’s as effective as it is suave? Or why not check out our new feature on 10 ways Destiny 2 can fix its biggest problems instead?

What is Bright Dust used for in Destiny 2?

Bright Dust is a form of currency in Destiny 2, used to purchase cosmetic items from the Eververse Store.

How many shaders are there in the Eververse Store this week?

There are six unique shaders in the store this week in Destiny 2.

Do Eververse items cost Silver to buy?

Some items in the Eververse store do cost silver, including ornament packs and bundles. Most of the weekly rotational stock however can be bought with Bright Dust instead.