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Destiny 2 Shaders Guide – List Of Shaders & Locations

Destiny 2 Shaders Guide - List Of Shaders & Locations
Shaders make an epic return in Destiny 2, letting you change the color of your favorite armor. This Destiny 2 Shaders Guide has a list of all the shaders we’ve discovered so far, where to find them and screenshots showcasing the different combinations you can use.

Shaders work in the same way that they did in the original Destiny game. They come in a variety of colors and when equipped they change the colors of different parts of your armor. There are tons of shaders in Destiny 2. Below is a list of all the different shaders we’ve discovered. We’re still very early in the game so most of the Shaders we’ve located so far are only available via the Bright Engrams, which are a premium item that becomes available at level 20. However, we’re constantly finding brand new Destiny 2 Shaders that can be obtained via more traditional means.

Destiny 2 Shaders Guide – List Of Shaders & Locations

Dead Zone Foliage
Dead Zone Bark
New Pacific Rush
New Pacific Sink
Boreal Defiant
Nessus Pursuit
Nessus Mirage
Dusk Mine
Echoes Of Io
Flowers Of Io
Vanguard Magnus
Frumious Blue
Midnight Talons
Noble Constant Red
Vanguard Magnus Gloss
Omolon Meteor Gloss
Veist Poison Shimmer
Hakke History Polish
Suros Modular Shine
Tarnished Copper
Dawn And Dusk
Metro Shift
Arctic Pearl
Golden Trace
Nebula Rose
Cerulean Divide
Indigo Matrix
Powder Blue
Hakke History
Suros Tone
Omolon Meteor
Veist Fieldscale
Blue Geometry
Avalon Teal

We’re updating this as we progress so be sure to check out our Destiny 2 Shaders Guide – List Of Shaders & Locations regularly.

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  1. Hiya! you seem to be missing the shader “Maroon Moon” from your list. been looking for this one for awhile, not exactly sure how to get it other than Tess’s shader packs.

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