Vendor Tess Everis left Destiny a few months ago to retool her shop. On Oct. 13, she’ll return to the Tower with Eververse Trading Company, the first vendor in Destiny that requires real-life currency to purchase items.
According to Bungie, the Eververse Trading Company will only accept Silver, a new currency that will be introduced soon. This currency will be the first true microtransaction in Destiny, and the prices for it will be announced next week.
Tess will sell 18 emotes initially, but the store could add more emotes and other cosmetic items in the future. Bungie will give every player of Destiny some free Silver so they can pick up a new emote and keep their dance moves fresh. They also teased the addition of some extra gameplay content coming to the game.
It has been, and continues to be, our goal to deliver updates to the game. Going forward, our live team is also looking to grow beyond vital updates and improvements to focus on world events, experiences, and feature requests.
Are you willing to spend money to make your Guardian into the greatest dancer? Or would you save your Silver to trade for shaders or Sparrow skins instead? Let us know in the comments.