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Here’s what Bungie had to say on the whole shaders as consumables thing in Destiny 2

Destiny 2 made changes to the shader system. Here’s Bungie’s explanation as to why. In Destiny 2, shaders are applied to individual armour pieces (as well as weapons), as opposed to your whole outfit. While this allows for more personalisation of your character, it does mean you need to collect a bunch of shaders – […]
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