In front of Destination 2: Shadowkeep, Luke Smith, of Bungie, announced changes to the Eververse store, just for game cosmetics.
With the Armor 2.0 system entering Shadowkeep, Smith announced that the entire Everversse armor will be converted into a new system called "universal ornaments." Instead of pieces of armor that come with their own advantages, Eververs serve can change the appearance of any piece of armor in the game.
This is effectively a new Transmog system for Destiny armor, where the look of the piece is agnostic over the advantages. Smith mentioned that the team has always struggled with the kinds of advantages to put on Eververs armor – not wanting the game to seem to pay to win. Players who have already won a ton of Eververs items in the last two years Destination 2 will retroactively unlock older armor ornaments.
Bright Dust is also changing this fall. Bright Dust is currently used to buy items from the Eververso store, and players earn by completing specific rewards and dismantling Eververse random items. In the fall, Everversse items will no longer be disintegrated in Bright Dust, and players will not need to spend Bright Dust to remove Eververs items from the collection.
Starting with Shadowkeepplayers will earn Bright Dust through a variety of activities such as Gambit, Crucible and Vanguard rewards. Players can still use the coin to buy from Tess's Everversse rotating selection each week. If players want to buy something directly from the store without waiting for the spin, they will still need to buy and spend Silver (Destiny's premium real money currency) to do so.
Bungie will release Destination 2: Shadowkeep with these Eververso changes on September 17 for PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One. The Google Stadia version will not be available until the end of this year.