The Trials of Osiris have officially begun in Destiny 2’s Season of the Worthy

    
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The much-loved and highly anticipated Trials of Osiris mode finally kicked off in Destiny 2 this past Friday, bringing on another activity for players to take up in the ongoing Season of the Worthy.

Just in case you haven’t been keeping up with the other times we’ve covered this mode, the Trials of Osiris is a 3v3 Elimination match where teams try to get as many wins as possible before getting three losses, though a Flawless run is possible with seven wins in a row. Not only has the mode come back, but the Cauldron, Exodus Blue, and Anomaly maps from the first Destiny have returned, along with returning armor and weapons. There are some differences with this mode, too, like a variety of new rewards to earn and even some flashy hologram glows on said armor after a Flawless run in the Trials.

This week’s report from Bungie is, understandably, focused on the Trials of Osiris, but it does take a moment to acknowledge internal discussions surrounding a number of feedback points from other PvP modes and the new season overall, like feedback regarding the season’s new weapons and a lack of Ritual Weapons for Vanguard, Crucible, and Gambit. There’s also been some feedback regarding emblems and stat trackers not reflecting players’ past accomplishments, which should be patched in in a future update. As for the other discussion points, that will be addressed in next week’s write-up from Bungie.

sources: press release, Bungie website

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TJ French

Skip. They have no ideas left, so they went to something everyone was asking for from the past and left it broken when they re-implemented it.

Bungie is giving minimum effort everywhere but their cash shop. Time to move on and put them on the skip list.

I wanted to play destiny 1 so bad when it was out. I had no console though. When I saw destiny 2 was coming to PC, I got excited. I have no idea why now. I cannot grasp anything about that excitement. There is nothing to do but pointless upgrades. No advancement of any kind that matters. Their stories never even get wrapped up.

Goodbye destiny. You were better than anthem, but worse than Warframe.

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Anthony Dixon

First team that went flawless were all using aimbots and cheated their way there, it’s amazing how awful Bungo have become. This isn’t the same developer that made Halo 3.

PvP aside, the PvE content is dreadful.