The above change is likely to hit a sore spot for dedicated Destiny players. When Destiny 2 first launched in 2017, the games#39;s #39;s community was dismayed to find how many of Destiny 2's coolest-looking cosmetic rewards became tied to games instead of games progression like they had been in Destiny. That said, it was still possible to earn some cosmetics by playing the game, instead of using real-world money. Minus rare exceptions, says Smith, all cosmetics will now be tied to the games store.
"games#39;m not going to say 'games funds the games; or 'pays for projects like games [Destiny 2's upcoming expansion]…," writes Smith in games of the games#39;s new policy. "But it does help fund ongoing development of Destiny 2, and it allows us to fund creative efforts we otherwise games#39;t afford." Smith specifically mentions how one set of in-game cosmetics helped fund the development of Destiny 2's recent Zero Hour mission.
games another significant change, games plans to make the games store, accessible through the games#39;s main menu. In the game's current iteration, Destiny 2 players must visit Tess games, a non-player character located in Destiny 2's two Earth hubs, to access the games store. In this way, Destiny 2's games store is not something players can access simply by pausing their game. games#39;s set to change.
More than any of the other changes Smith detailed in his latest blog post, the way in which games plans to make the games more accessible speaks to the games#39;s recently-changed financial situation. In January, games split with longtime Destiny publisher games. While the move gave games complete creative control of its sci-fi franchise, it also meant that it lost access to games#39;s massive war chest.
games will implement the new Eververse changes on October 1st, the same day the Destiny 2: games will launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Google games.