Destiny’s Crucible and Vanguard Currencies to Be Merged Into One

Destiny: The Taken King is shaping up to be an expansion that fixes a lot of the concerns and complaints players had with the game. Today, during a livestream for The Taken King, it was revealed that The Taken King will take the two in-game currencies, Crucible and Vanguard, and merge them into one. Even better, this new currency will be accepted by all the in-game vendors.

For those unfamiliar with the old system, there were two sets of currency in Destiny: Crucible Marks were earned while competing in multiplayer modes, while Vanguard Marks were designed for players who tackled the story missions. The problem was that some vendors would only accept one or the other, so if a player who focused on story missions wanted to buy a rare item from a store that only accepted Crucible Marks or vice versa, they were out of luck. In The Taken King, the new currency is called Legendary Marks, and they can be earned in either story missions or playing competitive multiplayer. In addition, the number of marks that can be earned on any given week will also be removed, though the limit that players can hold is still 200. Destiny: The Taken King is set to release on September 17th for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360.







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