What you need to know
- According to a report from Bungie on Twitter, the pinnacle PvP mode Trials of Osiris has been delayed until the weekend of November 27, 2020.
- The issue mentioned is most likely an exploit that Warlock players can perform to have infinite use of their Stasis super, Shadebinder.
- The Powerful and Pinnacle Gear drops from Trials of Osiris that are normally available to players each week will be unavailable due to this delay.
In an update posted to Twitter, Destiny 2 developer Bungie informed players that, due to a recently discovered issue, the pinnacle PvP activity Trials of Osiris has been delayed until November 27, 2020. Normally, Trials of Osiris is available from every Friday to Tuesday, but it looks like that won't be the case for most of November.
Due to a recently discovered issue, Trials of Osiris will not be available until the weekend of November 27, 2020.Due to a recently discovered issue, Trials of Osiris will not be available until the weekend of November 27, 2020.— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) November 13, 2020November 13, 2020
Bungie didn't specify what the issue was specifically, but we have a pretty good guess. Recently, players discovered an exploit that allows Warlock players to have infinite use of their Stasis Super. This would undoubtedly ruin the integrity of Trials of Osiris, which is fiercely competitive in nature, so I'm glad to see that Bungie has delayed Trials for the time being. Unfortunately, with Trials gone, players won't be able to earn Powerful and Pinnacle Gear from it like they normally can, which is disappointing if you were looking to play Trials to try and boost your Power Level up with gear drops. If that's you, don't miss our guide on how to power level effectively in Destiny 2: Beyond Light.
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In Beyond Light, players will encounter a dark Fallen faction, travel to new locations, and go beyond the Light to wield the power of the Darkness.
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