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Bungie plans fixes for Destiny 2 PvP’s 3-peeking, Trials matchmaking - News Brig
Just last weekend, developer Bungie disabled Trials after match-fixing became so widespread that it threatened the overall health of the game, and the most recent update on Bungie's blog provides no timeline for when Trials will return. Trials of Osiris bases its reward structure on victory--the more you win, the more loot you get, so players have an incentive to win at any cost. Unfortunately, the mechanisms for Trials are laid bare to players, leading to the possibility that clever Guardians will eventually figure out a way to game the system. It first started with players throwing matches to quickly obtain a single drop of The Messenger, a highly prized Pulse Rifle exclusive to Trials of Osiris, but then it escalated into full-blown match-fixing with the Hakke Emblem Method.
Trials Of Osiris
During the tour, Bungie community manager Deej shared tons of details about new vendors, new experiences, and even revealed the new Destiny weapon upgrade path. However, while The Reef tour did show off the new Trials of Osiris vendor, Brother Vance, Bungie saved the full reveal of that multiplayer experience for another day. That day is today. As part of their second livestream, Bungie took players through the Trials of Osiris , as seen through a series of Crucible matches. The developer explained what is different for Trials, how gear will work, and how matches are structured, and by and large it sounds intriguing.
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