We’ve finally got a peep at Destiny 2’s new armour synthesis system, and, boy, does it look confusing – as is the Destiny way, you might say. Bungie spilt the beans in its This Week at Bungie regular update and laid out the steps you’ll need to follow to turn standard bits of gear into Universal Armour Ornaments.
First, you’ll need to defeat enemies to earn Sythstrand, then you can spend that on bounties to earn Synthcord. After that, then you can convert Synthcord into Synthweave at the Loom in the tower. Once that’s done, you can use Synthweave to convert an unlocked armour piece of legendary quality or lower into a Universal Armour Ornament.
“When developing this feature, an early goal was to ensure players could earn Synthweave through numerous activities in Destiny 2,” Bungie explains. “That way, players who spend most of their time in the Crucible could continue to do so and still engage with Armour Synthesis. There will be five categories of Armour Synthesis bounties: Vanguard, Crucible, Gambit, destinations, or raids and dungeons.”
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