DestinySets.com has been updated to be even more helpful to Destiny 2 players. The site now allows players to log into the site using their Bungie.net account and compare their inventory across 848 items. What’s especially great, is that it also shows what you’re missing. So if you’re big into collecting Exotics, or want all of the shaders and emblems, it’s now possible to track it all!
Here’s what’s been added with the latest update:
I built DestinySets.com to help Guardians track their collection of cool gear and help them complete their sets. It talks to Bungie.net to automatically mark of gear you’ve collected, so no more marking items in spreadsheets.
Just now I’ve released a new page letting your track all the other gear that doesn’t belong in a set, like emblems and shaders. That’s 848 items trackable now on the site!Now here’s hoping we’ll get the vault space to keep all the items.
If you’re a keen Destiny 2 player, be sure to give the site a look!
In other Destiny 2 news, a giant Pokéball Easter egg has been found in the game, possible future DLC locations and info has been leaked, and the game has become the best-selling console game of 2017 in the US.