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Why Trials of Osiris is disabled in Destiny 2

Published: 19:26, 13 June 2020
Destiny 2 - Trials of Osiris
Destiny 2 - Trials of Osiris

Logging in to Destiny 2, you are highly likely to notice that Trials of Osiris is missing from the Crucible destinations tab. Unfortunately, it will be unavailable for the rest of the weekend.

Trials of Osiris has run into problems once again. Players who completed a Flawless run in Trials were unable to enter the Lighthouse, which pretty much ruined it for those who gave it their best for a perfect passage.

It is for this reason that Bungie decided to disable Trials of Osiris for the remainder of the weekend, meaning the next time players get to try their luck and skill en route to Lighthouse will be on June 19, 2020. The official post did note that players should stay tuned for updates but the chances of getting Trials back this weekend are slim to none.

In the meantime, PvP enthusiasts can either check out the rest of PvP modes, albeit without a chance to earn The Summoner auto rifle, Tomorrow's Answer rocket launcher or the Astral Horizon shotgun.

Keep in mind that most of the Crucible game modes have switched from skill-based matchmaking in order to shorten the queue time and improve in-game experience due to better connection matching. Ironically, the experience so far hasn't been that smooth as we have experienced terrible hit registration and roughly the same queue length.

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Destiny 2, Season of the Worthy

In case you are looking to power level to 1050, your best shot will be afk Forge farming which will likely not be patched before Monday. On that note, please remember to drop your power level to 750 or below before queuing so you don't ruin Forge runs for the players who are actually trying to complete them.

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