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Destiny 2 Trials Of Osiris Hub

With Season of the Worthy we’re getting Trials of Osiris back. The game mode will return later on today, the 13th of March 2020, one of the greatest days in history for Destiny 2 PVP. This game mode is the pinnacle of PVP activities, and often gets referred to as raids for PVP. Here you’ll find all of our coverage of the game mode, and all the guides we make for it over the course of the following seasons as well.

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With Season of the Worthy we’re getting Trials of Osiris back. The game mode will return later on today, the 13th of March 2020, one of the greatest days in history for Destiny 2 PVP. This game mode is the pinnacle of PVP activities, and often gets referred to as raids for PVP. Here you’ll find all of our coverage of the game mode, and all the guides we make for it over the course of the following seasons as well.

What Is Trials Of Osiris?

Trials Of Osiris is a game mode that sees Guardians in teams of three face off against other teams for the ultimate rewards. First you have to pick up a ticket, and then you need to compete in a certain number of matches, we don’t know how many this is for Destiny 2 right now.

The ticket records your wins and losses as a team, but you should be trying to get all wins. In previous versions of the game mode, getting seven wins in a row would allow the team to get to the Lighthouse. This is where the best rewards can be found, ones that are locked away in a tower on Mercury because they’re so good. To get there you have to win all of your matches, and lose none.

Teams of Guardians have always had to be made before jumping into the game mode, meaning that there probably won’t ever be matchmaking for Trials of Osiris. This might sound harsh, but it’s part of the game mode’s design. Players need to be working together and communicating if they’re going to win. A team of randoms who aren’t speaking will almost always be destroyed by a team who talk and work together.

This is the beauty of the game mode, and it’s why you should play it.

Saint-14 Is The Announcer

When he came back in Season of Dawn we were all curious as to whether Saint-14 would have anything to do with Trials of Osiris. We now know that he’s going to be the announcer, and the gameplay preview video for Season of the Worthy showed that he’s also probably going to be the vendor. We’ll have more details on this to come, but for now this is pretty good news.

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I'm an avid Destiny 2 fan and player. I fell in love with Destiny 1 during the early alpha and have been hooked by the universe ever since. I really enjoy playing with other Guardians, speculating about the lore, and writing about as much of the Destiny universe as I can.

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