Season 14 introduced the Destiny 2 transmog system, giving players a way to transform the look of their favourite pieces of armour. This feature has been long-anticipated by Destiny 2 Players, who have been asking for a transmog system since the first game launched. Bungie introduced universal ornaments in the Shadowkeep expansion, but that system only worked for a small number of cosmetics.

The transmog system applies to all pieces of armour (except Destiny 2 Exotics) – even sunsetted pieces of gear. Players don’t need to store their favourite armour sets in vaults, instead, the transmog system draws from collections. In theory, this means you can freely remove any old armour sets, though we don’t recommend doing this until the transmog feature goes live.

Ada-1 has taken over from Banshee-44 as the new armour vendor in the Tower. Not only does Ada sell players armour, but she also hosts the Armour Synthesis system. Completing Ada’s quests rewards you with the materials needed to create universal ornaments. Here’s everything you need to know about the Armor Synthesis system in Destiny 2.

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