We've heard a lot about Destiny 2's highly-anticipated Season of the Worthy and Bungie just released an action-packed gameplay trailer that teases everything from the story to gameplay, as well as the detailed timeline of events coming therein.
"With the Sundial freed from the clutches of the Red Legion, one escaped Psion Flayer enacts a desperate ploy for revenge against the Last City. Guardians of the Light must set aside old differences to band together with unlikely allies and save the City from total destruction", Bungie wrote.
So, Destiny 2's Season of the Worthy kicks off on 10 March 2020 with the Seraph Tower Event, a new PvE activity, which comes with new legendary weapons and armour to boot. Trials of Osiris are set for 13 March 2020, so hopefully, the 13 doesn't bring bad luck here.
A significant part of Destiny 2's community has been worried over the specifics of the return of Trials of Osiris, which is making its return in Season of the Worthy.
While it goes without saying that Destiny 2 players will ensure they go into PvP battles fully locked and loaded, with top-of-the-line gear, Seasonal Artifacts caused many a discussion, many of them quite heated ones too.
Thankfully, Bungie's Luke Smith confirmed that Artifacts will be disabled in all Power-enabled PvP activities. In other words, Season of the Worthy's Trials of Osiris and Iron Banner will ignore these Power boosts, so there's nothing to worry about.
Note that Bungie are planning to reactivate Artifacts as soon as they implement Power caps, so as to ensure that players can't simply grind out their PvP advantage indefinitely. Smith stressed that the end goal is to prevent uncapped Power growth in PVP while they "weave Artifact and Power pursuit together".