Destiny 2: Forsaken has changed quite a bit of the way that things work in Destiny 2 and if you’re looking to get your hands on Bright Dust after the update, then you’re going to need to get up to speed on some new things. Now players will need to purchase Eververse Bounties in Destiny 2, new bounties that require a special item called an Eververse Bounty Note in order to obtain. In this article we’ll go over what you need to know about how to get Eververse Bounty Notes in Destiny 2, including how to use them.

How to Get More Eververse Bounty Notes

One of the new items you can obtain in Destiny 2: Forsaken are Eververse Bounties. These new bounties will reward you with Bright Dust for completing them, which means you’ll want to make use of this opportunity to farm some Bright Dust if you’re looking to dive into the items that the Tess Everis has on hand.

These bounties change on a daily and weekly basis and you won’t be able to just stockpile Glimmer to purchase them. In order to purchase them, you’ll need to find and acquire Eververse Bounty Notes. There are a few things you’ll need to do to get these items.

First, you’re going to need to reach the new maximum level of 50 that was introduced with Destiny 2: Forsaken. Once you’ve reached maximum level, you will start to receive Steadfast Engrams for each additional level up you reach. These engrams can then be taken to Tess Everis and decrypted for a number of different rewards including ships, sparrows, cosmetic tools and other things. On top of the usual rewards, decrypting a Steadfast Engram will always reward players with an Eververse Bounty Note, allowing them to start building up their stockpile.

Unfortunately, stocking up enough Eververse Bounty Notes to purchase an Eververse Bounty can take a bit, so you’ll want to focus on leveling and earning experience as much as possible to stockpile your Eververse Bounty Notes. Of course, you can speed up this process with things like the Fireteam Medallion, which allows you to play with increased XP gains for a short amount of time when taking part in Public Events, Crucible matches, and Strikes.

Now that you know more about Eververse Bounty Notes and how you can obtain them, make sure you head back over to our Destiny 2 guides for more in-depth information on how to farm Dark Fragments and even how to get an offering for the Oracle.