Bungie cancels Destiny 2’s Trials of Osiris event at the very last minute; it has been confirmed from their side, due to a new bug recently discovered by the team.
It is sad to hear that Destiny 2’s Trials of Osiris Tournament will be delayed till further notice as a new bug has been found by the Bungie team. Due to this, The tournament is delayed further.
The trials of Osiris
Usually, Bungie used to release this event every weekend for many years. After the release of the popular Crucible event, which is a part of Season of the Worthy, Osiris’s trials have faced issues. Not only this, it has faced issues during the launch of the Beyond Light expansion that has kept fans of the game from playing the mode.
The original launch of The Trials of Osiris
It was initially scheduled to return on November 27, 2020. Still, shortly after it opened, Bungie said it was calling the tournament off again, thanks to another problem that had arisen. The developer hasn’t said what the issue is or when Trials of Osiris will return.
Due to a recently discovered issue, Trials of Osiris has been disabled for this week. We are currently investigating to determine when it will return.
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) November 27, 2020
Why the Trials of Osiris was canceled ?
Destiny 2 fans have been speculating over the news for a while now, according to our opinion and sources the reasons of delay might be:
- For a while, players did discover a glitch that gives Stasis Warlocks infinite super.
- The Crucible update has changed the gun mechanism, like, Statis subclasses are quite strong. The ability will freeze with just one beam; it is pretty annoying to play against.
- Destiny 2 fans speculate that this is likely due to a bug with The Lament, an exotic sword, or one that seems to allow Titans to become invisible by swapping weapons after using a sword and then using the Stasis melee ability.
The crucible event looks a bit chaotic right now; it will better for us to wait until any further updates from Bungie.
The Trials of Osiris bug conclusion
Bungie is usually pretty quick about fixing bugs in Destiny 2, having just released the game’s latest loot cave in a recent update. So while Destiny 2‘s Trials of Osiris is on hold for a while, hopefully, Crucible fans don’t have to wait too much longer to play the popular game mode.
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