Tuesday marked the beginning of the Destiny 2 Revelry event, and it brought some new content for players to enjoy along with it. This content is primarily focused around the Destiny 2 Revelry Verdant Forest, which may remind some fans of the Haunted Forest from last year’s Festival of the Lost.
Additionally, there are a number of new cosmetic items to be obtained during the Destiny 2 Revelry event, and these can be purchased directly through the Eververse or via Bright and Revelry Engrams. For fans that are looking to easily view the full extent of these new cosmetics, the images below cover the entirety of the Eververse items added with Destiny 2‘s latest event.
To note, the Destiny 2 Revelry end date is May 7, just three weeks from now. As such, players that wish to obtain these cosmetics should make haste and secure them before they disappear for good.
Opinions on this array of Destiny 2 Revelry cosmetics are certain to vary per item, and per player. These opinions can be seen voiced on community forums such as Reddit, where fans seem generally pleased with elements such as the cape on the Hunter’s armor and disappointed with things like the addition of yet another green and yellow shader as well as a majority of the new Ghost shells.
However, the item that seems to be causing the most confusion within the player base is the new Ghost projection that depicts a wedge of cheese. While understanding how this cosmetic found its way into Destiny 2 may be a challenge, it is hard to deny that it is something unique.
Indeed, Destiny 2 Reveler’s Tonic, which can be used to temporarily reduce cooldown times on grenades, melee, and class abilities, maybe the Revelry item that most players are currently interested in, alongside the Arbalest exotic rifle. That said, there is certainly no shortage of cosmetic items to be obtained during the Destiny 2 Revelry event.
Destiny 2 is available now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.