How to get Bright Dust in Destiny 2

The best ways to get Bright Dust in Destiny 2 so you can save up for your favorite cosmetics.

Brush the dust off your shoulder. No, not onto the floor! That’s Bright Dust, a valuable resource in Destiny 2. Bright Dust is used to snagging cosmetics from the Eververse store, but you’ll need an awful lot of it to purchase most of the things you’re after. To help you out, we’ve put together a guide on how to get Bright Dust in Destiny 2 so you’re aware of each and every way to earn it.

How to get Bright Dust in Destiny 2

How to get Bright Dust in Destiny 2

© Bungie

The method to get Bright Dust in Destiny 2 has changed throughout the game’s life. While previously you could dismantle old items, you’ll no longer receive Bright Dust for doing so. If you want to save up for that shiny cosmetic of choice, you should instead get Bright Dust in Destiny 2 by doing any of the following activities:

  • Complete Gambit bounties
  • Complete Crucible bounties
  • Complete Vanguard bounties
  • Complete Seasonal Event bounties
  • Break down Bright Engrams

Following the introduction of Shadowkeep, the primary way to earn Bright Dust is through weekly, repeatable Bounties. There are plenty of them to complete, so here’s hoping the rate at which players can save up for their desired look has improved somewhat. Beating all of the weekly bounties should net you around 200 Bright Dust, all in all. Then again, it doesn’t hurt to splash out every now and again if you’ve got the cash to spare. 

So you’ve learned how to get Bright Dust in Destiny 2and are ready to crack on with those bounties. Before you do, consider having a quick look over some of the guides below for more useful tips and tricks.

Associate Editor

Henry Stenhouse serves an eternal punishment as the Associate Editor of AllGamers. He spent his younger life studying the laws of physics, even going so far as to complete a PhD in the subject before video game journalism stole his soul. Confess your love of Super Smash Bros. via email at henry.stenhouse@allgamers.com, or catch him on Twitter.

Nintendo Products

Shop Now

Mics

Shop Now
Load Comments