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Destiny 2: Trials of Osiris delayed again due to a huge glitch

Published: 17:46, 27 November 2020
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Bungie disappointed the most hardcore portion of Destiny 2's PvP player base again as they just announced Trials will be delayed, again.

Trials of Osiris has been eluding the Guardians in the Season of the Hunt ever since the latter began. The mode was supposed to kick in on the first Friday, November 13, of the season but was delayed because of an issue with Shadebinder Warlocks who could keep their Super up indefinitely.

Bungie stated the mode would be gone for two weeks and the new start date would be November 27, 2020. However, here we are and the pinnacle of Destiny 2 PvP has been delayed again, this time because of a different game-breaking glitch.

This time around, it's the Titans who are problematic. Namely, there is a glitch that allows them to go invisible from both vision and radar. By invisible, we literally mean it, not like the Void Hunters' stealth where they are translucent.

Needless to say, this was not an intended change for the punchy crew and Bungie decided to postpone Trials once again. One of the main draws of the Trials these days are the Adept weapons which would definitely come in handy for the PvP crew but they will have to wait a bit longer.

Instead, everyone can go and check out what Xur has in store this week and hope the Exotics aren't as bad as the ones from one week prior.

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