Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris: Weekly rewards and map reveal as Bungie talk changes

Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris: Weekly rewards and map reveal as Bungie talk changes

Bungie has revealed that they have plans to change Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris but these changes won’t be happening today. As usual, the development team will be releasing the 3v3 Crucible playlist between 5pm and 6pm GMT on April 24, 2020. Returning players will want to visit Saint-14 soon after, who will be located in the Tower Hangar.

The Osiris reset offers a refreshed inventory of Trials Passages, Bounties, and the option to turn in Trials Tokens.

A new map and a fresh set of rewards will be available to Guardians today if they meet the requirements of the 960 Power rating needed to buy Passages.

As ever, Trials fans will earn exclusive rewards by defeating other teams of three, while hoping to gain entry to the Lighthouse.

But gamers will have to wait until Trials of Osiris launches to find out exactly what loot will be available and what map will be featured.

This mode will be available until Tuesday, April 21 and will end before the weekly reset has been completed.

And Bungie has confirmed that they plan to make some big changes to the Weekly Trials of Osiris format.

A message from the development team reveals that they want to provide meaningful rewards for those taking part that are struggling to get the most out of ToO.

“Our goal for Trials is to encourage players to chase seven-win tickets. Resetting tickets should not be the most effective way to earn Trials gear,” a message from Bungie explains.

“Rewards should show players that the further you progress, the better the payout.

“Players that have already gone flawless once over a weekend should be encouraged to repeat the experience on passages other than Mercy – to strive to earn more rewards and not sit at the bottom of cards picking on fireteams struggling to hit three wins or even just win a single match.

“Trials has always had a problem of being approachable for players who aren’t highly skilled PvP gods.

“We believe that players should be encouraged to make an attempt every week, regardless of skill. You should feel some value in dipping your toe in each week to see if you can get a little further than last week, to push yourself to improve and get better.

“While every single player won’t make it to the Lighthouse, you should feel like you can get meaningful rewards by pushing yourself and still get some rewards for spending time in the activity.”

This is what will be changing in the future for Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris on PS4, Xbox One and PC:

“In Season 11 we’re planning on creating token payout milestones at 3/5/7 wins that give successively larger chunks of tokens. Bonus Tokens Passage should increase these payouts, and on a flawless run, it will generate a significant token payout.

“Create a weekly bounty that encourages participation each weekend and does not require match wins. When redeemed, the bounty will reward the same item that comes from the three-win passage unlocking the engram for purchase that week.

“Inject more chances to earn Masterworking materials from Trials. Masterworking/infusion materials will come from 3/5/7 win payouts in Season 11. We’re also looking into possibly adding a new material-focused farming card in Season 12.”

News of the first Trials of Osiris rewards will be found out by gamers after the event goes live today.

Published at Fri, 24 Apr 2020 10:01:00 +0000