Destiny 2: Silver and Previous Purchases Not Included in Cross Save

Destiny 2 Cross Save is just around the corner coming later this month on August 21, 2019. After that, Destiny 2 players will be able to play Destiny 2 across PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC without losing their in-game progress or weapon collections. Make sure you sign-up on this link on Bungie website to enable Cross Save when it goes live.

Destiny 2: Cross Save FAQs

According to some FAQs on Cross Save webpage on, Silver and Previous Game Purchases (Exotic emotes bought from Silver, etc) won’t carry over to other platforms with Cross Save.

Play your characters anywhere.

With Cross Save, you’ll be able to access the same set of Guardians on one Active Account wherever you play Destiny. Cross Save enables you to choose one Destiny player account (your Active Account) that you can access from wherever you choose to play. Although this is not a permanent action, we did build this new feature as something that players will activate just once to support a hobby that spans more than one platform where Destiny can be played.

Bring Your Gear!

Your gear, weapons, and loot across all platforms including PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Google Stadia.

Play Anywhere

Whatever you earn on one platform can be equipped wherever you play.

Silver Not Included in Cross Save

Destiny 2 Cross Save Silver

Do my previous game purchases transfer across platforms?

No. The things you have purchased from your PC or Console stores will remain on the platforms where you bought them. These include games or balances of Silver. Cross Save enables you to access the Guardians and Collections on one Active Account from wherever you play. The things that you acquire for your characters in the game are what move with you from one platform to another.

How does Silver work?

Just like the game content that you acquired for one specific platform, Silver must be spent on the platform it was purchased.

Does Silver get merged with Cross Save?

No. With Cross Save, players select one set of characters from a platform to be their active characters. Silver is associated with your characters, so when you select a set of characters to be active, only that silver on that platform will be available. The Silver you own on your other accounts will remain tied to those accounts, should you ever choose to access them again. However, any future Silver purchased will be available on the platform it was purchased.

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep will be hitting PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, on October 1, 2019, and later in November on Google Stadia.