Once you reach a high-enough Power Level in Destiny 2 and earned all the God Rolls to your favourite weapons, there's only one thing left to improve: your fashion game, and the Erebos Glance all-black shader is perfect for it.
Destiny 2 shaders have undergone some massive changes over the years. Going from single-time consumables that are applied to your entire gear at the same time to permanent unlockable cosmetics that can be used on individual pieces of armour.
Thanks to those changes and the inclusion of some quality-of-life updates like pre-set gear loadouts and the long-awaited inclusion of the transmog system in 2021 with Season of the Splicer, now more than ever hardcore Destiny 2 players are looking to collect every shader possible to up their fashion game.
So, how do you get the Erebos Glance shader, also known as the popular all-black shader in Destiny 2? We're here to help.
How to get the Destiny 2 all-black Erebos Glance shader
Like other shaders, getting it can be a hassle, and in this particular case, it's all about timing. Unlike other highly coveted cosmetics, you won't need to grind for it on special seasonal events or things like Iron Banner and Trials of Osiris.
Sadly, that means you'll have to wait until Bungie decides to bring back the Erebos Glance all-black shader to the Eververse store in Destiny 2.
The Eververse store has a weekly rotator of cosmetics that can be bought with Bright Dust. This currency can be acquired in-game by completing certain bounties and seasonal challenges, making an option that can net you completely free rewards, unlike Silver, which is used to buy most premium cosmetics and things like the Destiny 2 Season Pass.
The Erebos Glance all-black shader first came into the Eververse store during Season of Defiance, more specifically during the last week of March. It had a cost of 300 Bright Dust.
We don't have a timeframe for when Bungie decides to add it back into the game, rest assured once it happens we'll be updating this article accordingly so you don't miss out.
Fair warning, don't expect it to anytime soon as you could be waiting weeks and even months to get it. If it's any consolation, according to Light.gg, around 40% of the total player base doesn't have the shader, so you're definitely not alone.
And that's it! While you're here why don't you check out all ability changes coming to Destiny 2 with Season 21, also known as Season of the Deep?
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