Let’s hope that you still like the design you picked for your Guardians in Destiny 1, because you won’t be able to change it in Destiny 2.
Bungie promised fans that their characters would keep many of the same features, including appearance, upon being migrated to Destiny 2. That’s still the case, but the company has now clarified that this means players will never be able to edit the customization options of an imported character.
We haven’t seen the full range of customization options in Destiny 2 yet, so there are both potential pros and cons to this set up. If there are any customization options available in the first game that didn’t make it into the second, then having that customization on your character will be a pretty neat badge. On the other hand, if Destiny 2 offers a wider range of customization, you’ll miss out on adding that to your legacy characters.
Bungie currently has “no plan” to add additional customization for imported characters after launch, either.
Destiny 2 releases on September 6th for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and on October 24th for PCs.