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Destiny 2 takes Ghosts to the next level with new Ghostbusters collab

Destiny 2’s unexpected Ghostbusters Frozen Empire collaboration brings with it a shiny new Ghost, sparrow, and ship to add to your collection.

Destiny 2 Ghostbusters collaboration: A split image with Cayde 6 on the left and the new Ghostbusters event items on the right side, featuring a sparrow, ship, and Ghost shell.

Destiny 2 is no stranger to out-of-left-field collaborations, from Assassin’s Creed and The Witcher to Fortnite and several PlayStation exclusives. However, the new Destiny 2 Ghostbuster collaboration is perhaps the most surprising yet, bringing new items available in the Eververse Store on Tuesday, March 19, 2024, for PS5 and Xbox players.

Coinciding with the release of the new Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire movie on March 22, Bungie is adding three exclusive items to Destiny 2’s Eververse Store, giving one of the best FPS games a spooky splash of new cosmetics. These new cosmetics include an Ectomobile-themed ship, a sparrow inspired by the villain, and, of course, a Slimer Ghost shell.

While the price of each item has yet to be revealed, it’s likely to be similar to past collaborations, costing you around $20 to collect it all. Given there’s no unique armor as part of the crossover, at least you won’t need to get the items for all three characters. Unfortunately, it’s unlikely that any of these items will be available for free, unlike the recent Destiny 2 Mass Effect crossover.

Destiny 2 Ghostbusters collaboration: The new Ghostbusters items in Destiny 2, showcasing the sparrow, ship, and Ghost shell.

Though these items are undeniably awesome, especially the Echomobile ship, there’s certainly a missed opportunity for some unique Ghostbusters armor. Can you imagine a Warlock or Hunter donning the iconic Ghostbusters jumpsuit? With all the Ghost shells we’ve been collecting over the years, it’s only fitting.

Given Ghostbusters Frozen Empire is produced by Sony, Bungie’s new partner, such a collaboration is an easy pick for one of the best multiplayer games – which has been missing its revenue targets over the past year. After all, many past Destiny 2 collaborations have been centered around big-name PlayStation and PS5 exclusives like God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, The Last of Us, and Ghost of Tsushima.

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With Bungie finally letting us glow up our Guardian with a new character customization feature, you could give your character a makeover while you’re at it. Sure, it’s not as important when it comes to making the best Destiny 2 Titan build, Hunter build, or Warlock build, but your style is nevertheless crucial when it comes to showing off at the endgame.

Outside of unexpected collaborations, Bungie is considering calling back to its roots with a Halo-inspired Destiny 2 mode to shake up its PvP action. In other news, find out how this new Sea of Thieves preview event is perfect for newcomers on PS5 or take a look at this shiny new – and remarkably expensive – SpongeBob Xbox console available right now.