Check out Destiny 2 'The Lighthouse' and 'Trials of Osiris' rewards
Open that chest.
Destiny 2 developer Bungie officially launched the "Trials of Osiris" on Friday. We were able to open the final chest at "The Lighthouse," and it includes a Pinnacle Reward and much more. If you want to know what awaits you in this fabled location, you can take a look at the video below.
In order to gain access to The Lighthouse, you have to win seven Trials of Osiris matches in a row. However, if you get the "Mercy Passage" card from Saint-14, then you can lose one match and the loss will be forgiven.
According to Windows Central's Brendan Lowry, "The Trials of Osiris are a high-stakes competitive player-versus-player game mode where two teams of three go up against each other. It's a modified version of the Elimination game type. Players can revive dead teammates, but there is no respawning. If everyone on your team dies, the round is lost. You need to win five rounds to win a match. To play the Trials of Osiris, you must have a Power Level of 960 or above and you need to have spoken to Saint-14 in The Tower about the mode. It's also important to note that the Trials of Osiris are only available on the weekend, but according to Bungie, the mode will remain in the game indefinitely."
Are you interested in the Trials of Osiris? You'll need to team up with two other players in order to attempt this challenge because you need to communicate with your team. Right now, it seems like the preferred weapons for the modes are a shotgun or sniper rifle, the exotic auto rifle "Hardlight," and a tracking rocket launcher.
Huge shoutout to Cole "Narwhal" for helping us capture the footage. You wouldn't be seeing this video without his help.
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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.