Bungie announced that Trials of Osiris will take much longer to arrive to Season of the Hunt as Destiny 2 apparently has an issue that is worthy of delaying the pinnacle PvP event.
Trials of Osiris was expected to make its Beyond Light debut on Friday, November 13, 2020, but that will not be the case according to Bungie. In fact, it will be another two weeks before we see Trials returning on November 27.
They didn't specify which issue caused these problems but it's highly possible it has something to do with the infinite Super on Shadebinder Warlocks or the horribly imbalanced Stasis classes overall. Maybe it's even both.
Besides those problems, it could be that Bungie didn't want to let players go in with higher Light than others, in case one group abused the Widow's Walk farm and the other didn't. Trials is a power-enabled activity so this could offer an unfair advantage to those who killed the Fallen captain over and over.
Whatever the case, the players who were hoping to get their hands on those juicy Adept weapons this weekend will not be able to do so and they will have to make do with the new offerings that Beyond Light already brought. In other words, they will have to make do with almost nothing.
Considering the already low morale of the Destiny 2 community, it remains to be seen how much more patience they will have with Beyond Light before calling it quits.