Destiny 2’s Trials of Osiris remains offline
After disabling Fate 2’s Trials of Osiris mode last weekend due to a make use of, Bungie revealed Thursday in its weekly article that it is keeping the mode offline forever as it continues to examine the problem.
Recently, a win-trading technique that’s been around for a long time blew up, and Trials gamers around the globe began win-trading their method to Perfect. Here’s how it works: Gamers gear up particular symbols to reveal that they’re video game to trade wins with the other group; the 2 Fireteam leaders roll virtual dice over chat; and the winning group rejoins the match on the characters they wish to win with, while the losing group revokes the match. Do that sufficient times, and the Guardians that just appear when their Fireteam leader wins the roll get a complimentary journey to the Lighthouse.
It’s a very intricate and complicated system; you can enjoy Fate PvP YouTuber Aztecross discuss the problem in higher information in the video above. It’s presently uncertain how long it will consider Bungie to repair this problem. However as Aztecross mentions, disabling the video game mode to keep the stability of Trials undamaged after a complete year of widespread unfaithful feels a little ridiculous at this moment.
In other news, Bungie encouraged players to try the 12-player raid glitch that’s currently in Destiny 2, saying that the studio isn’t rushing to fix it. Bungie did note that because the activities in question aren’t meant for 12 players, things may get a bit weird. The studio said it will fix the bug before the return of Grandmaster Nightfalls on March 16, presumably to maintain the integrity of the rewards that come from them, like the Conqueror title.
Bungie also announced some community voting, where players can choose between a new dinosaur-themed armor set or a movie monster-themed one.
Later this year, during Destiny 2’s Halloween stand-in, Festival of the Lost, Bungie will sell a new armor set for Silver (real-money currency) or Bright Dust (in-video game currency used to purchase cosmetic items). The Silver-or-Bright-Dust armor sets are pretty common for holiday events in Destiny, but this year, gamers get to vote on what they want.
The first possibility is a set based on classic movie monsters. We’ve got a Hunter dressed as Godzilla, a Warlock dressed as the Creature from the Black Lagoon, and a Titan dressed as the Cyclops.
The second set features some dinosaur looks for Guardians. There’s the Hunter in their raptor armor, the Warlock in their Triceratops armor, and the Titan in their T. rex armor. Based on the initial internet reaction, it seems the dino set will win this vote in a landslide.
Fans who want to cast their vote — to either help the dino set secure victory or restore balance by ballot for the movie monster set — can fill out Bungie’s survey. These armor sets will likely appear in-game in between September and November this year.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.