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Destiny 2 Season of the Worthy might bring Trials of Osiris back

Published: 18:07, 29 January 2020
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Destiny 2 has had a great start with Shadowkeep but fans found the content to be a bit stale by the time Season of the Undying wrapped up and Season of Dawn started. They might be pleasantly surprised in March when Trials of Osiris might come back.

PvP enthusiasts in Destiny 2 have been complaining about the lack of content aimed at them for a while now. Essentially, only "new" way to play PvP would occasionally pop up with Iron Banner when Power level would affect the players' damage dealt and received. Furthermore, it would offer some Pinnacles and that would be it.

One of the most common requests made to Bungie, besides materials for resetting ranks, was to return Trials of Osiris as the mode didn't appear since the original Destiny. Now it looks like the developers might oblige the PvP players as a leak regarding Season of the Worthy popped up recently.

Destiny 2 data miner, Ginsor, recently brought to light a line that references upcoming content. The line stated that "With the restoration of the Lighthouse complete, Trials of Osiris and more will return in Season of the Worthy".

The statement is pretty straightforward and barring any dramatic direction shifts or technical issues, we should be getting the Trials back in March 2020.

Considering that Trials of Osiris are based on the regular Elimination mode, one would think this wouldn't change much. However, this could be considered somewhat high stakes as they require a Trials Passage that is purchased with Glimmer and it goes invalid upon losing too much. 

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Higher risk usually means more thrill in PvP which is usually a good thing but the lack of matchmaking is likely the biggest reason why the fans want Trials back so bad. Many are tired of facing partied up enemies, also known as stacks, in PvP who most likely use voice communication and generally coordinate better than your typical teams made of players who didn't see each other before.

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