In another blog post, game director Luke Smith explained the changes coming to Destiny 2's controversial microtransactions in Year 4.
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Many in the game's community had complained that the majority of new gear added to the game tends to end up as purchasable rewards rather than earnable items, and Smith acknowledged that the balance between those points "is not where we want it to be".
While much of the changes will come with the game's as-yet-unannounced expansion, Smith confirmed that sparrows, ships, shells and armour ornaments based on "Aspirational Activities" (high-level content like Raids, Trials and Dungeons) will no longer be sold within the game.
Smith also confirmed that "Trials will get new Armor (aka not reprisal), accessories, and weapons in Season 13", something sure to please fans of the game's pinnacle PVP activity.
Another huge addition is Transmogrification, a system that will allow you to turn armour into Universal Ornaments, which should help players feel less like a walking heap of mismatched armour and can essentially make their Guardian look however they'd like.
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