Destiny 2 microtransactions are not just cosmetic
Destiny 2 microtransactions are not just cosmetic

Now that Destiny 2 is live for everyone across the world fans are starting to dig into the game from all angles, and some of them are not happy with what they’ve found.

The complaints revolve around bright engrams, which are essentially Destiny 2’s version of loot crates and can only be bought with the in-game currency silver at a cost of 200 silver per engram.

In turn, Silver can be bought with real money via microtransactions, at a minimum of £4.79 for 500 coins.
You can only buy bright engrams after reaching the current level cap of 20 (so somebody must’ve been up late last night to get that far), but you can earn them for free after that.

Most of these Engrams turn out to contain only cosmetic items like emotes, shaders, sparrows, spaceships, and ornaments. But you can also end up with things like low level armour.

But what’s got fans on Reddit upset is that some of the items are mods that can enhance your characters stats, change the elemental power of a weapon, or decrease the cooldown time for subclass abilities.


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