Destiny 2: how to accumulate Bright Dust before the arrival of Shadowkeep

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With the arrival of Shadows from the Deep, the new Destiny 2 expansion, numerous changes will be introduced in the game that concern not only the activities and the balancing of the weapons, but also the system through which the players will be able to obtain Light Dust and buy objects nell’Eververse.

From October 1, 2019, in fact, dismantling aesthetic objects will no longer reward you with Luminous Powder and retrieving old contents from the collections will require only and exclusively Lumen and Legendary Fragments. Precisely for this reason, it is good to dismantle all of your Eververse objects before the new update is published, so as to maximize the amount of Luminous Powder on your profile and prepare yourself in the best possible way for shaders, guns, ornaments and specters arriving in Year 3.

The objects to be destroyed are usually legendary or exotic and belong to the following categories:

  • Astori
  • Shuttles
  • Ghost Wraps
  • Spettrologrammi
  • Decorations for exotic and legendary weapons
  • Transmat effects
  • Shader

Disassembling these objects will guarantee you 10 to 500 units of Light Dust, so it is good to destroy them all. In the event that you find it difficult to find Eververse objects in your inventory, you can always ask for help from the very useful DIM (Destiny Item Manager), the famous plugin that allows you to access your equipment from any browser or smartphone and manage it remotely.

Once you have logged in to DIM, just enter “source: every verse” in the search bar at the top to make sure that all items except the ones that will allow you to get Light Dust are blacked out on the equipment screen. So make sure to carry out this simple check before Tuesday afternoon, when it will no longer be possible to disassemble these objects and obtain the very useful game currency.

To get extra Bright Powder we also recommend that you spend all your Everversum Notes to complete the size of Tess Everis called “Guardian Duties” over and over again, which will allow you to get 70 units of dust in no time and without special efforts.