Considered to be one of the most important resources in the game, Bright Dust is usually saved for endgame purposes.
Although Bright Dust is rare and not easy to obtain, there are ways to get a good amount that will allow you to save upon them.
Where to Get Bright Dust?
Bright Dust is more of a reward, rather than a currency that can be farmed, but this does not make it hard to obtain if you know the different ways to get it.
Also read below the other Destiny 2 materials farming guide:
- Ascendant Shards Farming Guide
- Gunsmith Materials Farming Guide
- Microphasic Datalattice Farming Guide
- Tincture of Queensfoil Farming Guide
- Helium Filaments Farming Guide
How to Get Bright Dust?
You can obtain Bright Dust as a reward for completing certain bounties, mainly the repeatable ones and these will usually have their rewards shown when you select them.
2) Weekly Challenges
Weekly Challenge Rewards (also known as Vendor Weekly Challenges) will reward you with Bright Dust, and just like with bounties, you can see if they reward Bright Dust.
3) Season Pass
If you have purchased the Season Pass, you will eventually receive tons of Bright Dust as you progress to higher ranks.
You can earn a total of 10,500 Bright Dust with the Season Pass, but those without may still earn this currency as well, which is a total of 7,500.
4) Eververse Engrams
Bright Engrams or Eververse Engrams are rewarded when you reach certain levels during the season, these can be opened in the Store tab, allowing you to receive different items, which may include Bright Dust.
Bright Dust Use
Bright Dust can be used to purchase a variety of items, which range from Consumables, Vehicles, Shaders, Animations, Effects, and more.
The items that can be purchased with Bright Dust may vary weekly as it resets, which makes it a good idea to keep some for when something you want appears.