The Festival of the Lost has started in Destiny 2, and the Epic Mystery Grab Bag is back. Last year it didn’t contain anything of interest but was linked to a Triumph so it had to be done at least once. This year, that does not appear to be the case.
If you’re wondering what’s in the bag, we’ve opened one so you don’t have to. At a cost of 1300 Candy, you might expect to get some good for your efforts, but dear Guardian, you would be wrong.
What is the Epic Mystery Handbag?
You can purchase both the Epic Mystery Handbag and the Mystery Handbag from Eva in the yard. You’ll need Candy to get them, with the Epic version costing 1300 Candy and the standard version costing 650 Candy.
We opened one and get the Princely Reward from Legendary Rocket Launcher, so barely a treasure. So, was the Epic Mystery Bag worth opening? Absolutely not. But, we’ll keep opening more to make sure they’re bad value so you don’t have to.
It’s pretty much the same as last year when Grab Bags were filled with legendary gear that wasn’t going to shake your power level and assorted random trash. Is there something good in the bag? Sure, but based on recent drop rates in Destiny 2, it’s highly unlikely that it’s worth investing the time to take them down.
I guess the way to go about them this year is that any spare Candy you have at the end of the event can just be tossed in the bags as a way to grow materials. Other than that, there doesn’t seem to be any major reason to try and get them now.
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