Bungie laid out the next three years of Destiny expansions last year , starting with Beyond Light , then Witch Queen, and finally Lightfall. The next big pain point for Destiny 2 players is sunsetting. It sucked , we hate it , and now it'll soon be gone. Bungie has made the decision to undo Power infusion caps starting in Season 14, with any weapons that aren't currently sunset to remain that way. Mountaintop is not coming back, but Fallen Guillotine will remain your best friend forever.
Destiny 2's Trials Of Osiris Still Offline Following Match Fixing Scandal
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Destiny: Trials of Osiris matchmaking still skill-based
Fans of these competitive modes can look forward to complete overhauls coming in the future for Destiny 2. However, putting these loadouts to the test requires going head to head with other players in competitive modes like Trials of Osiris or Iron Banner. While Trials of Osiris was brought back to Destiny 2 recently, Bungie will soon be switching up how the mode functions. In a recent post about the future of Destiny 2 , the developer goes into detail about the adjustments. At its core, the future updates seek to improve the overall experience for all players.
Trials of Osiris is a Crucible event that was formerly available in Destiny and is currently playable in Destiny 2. The final Trials of Osiris event for Destiny took place on August 14, Trials of Osiris used the Elimination gametype. Once a Trials Passage accumulated three losses, the Passage would no longer grant admission to the Trials. In order to continue competing in the Trials of Osiris, a new Trials Passage would need to be purchased.