Here are the locations and new weapons you may obtain in Destiny 2’s Trials of Osiris.
There is still time for one more round of action in Destiny 2’s Trials of Osiris as the year comes to a conclusion. Trials is the mode to play if you’re searching for high-level PvP competition. It stands out from the other modes in the Destiny 2 environment due to its own taste of high risk and reward action. You can now see where you’ll play this weekend’s Trials of Osiris and what weapons you may obtain now that Xur has arrived.
The Eternity Map
- Rank 4 in reputation: Upgrade Module x 2
- Enhancement Prism x 3 for Reputation Rank 7.
- Rank 10 in reputation: Trials Weapon (Changes for each rank reset)
- Rank 13 in reputation: Upgrade Module twice
- Trials Weapon, level 16 in reputation (Changes for each rank reset)
- Perfect Reward: Unwavering Service (Adept)
Weapons used in trials now have the Alacrity Origin Trait. When you’re the only survivor of a fireteam or fleeing alone, it increases your Trials firearms’ aim assistance, reload speed, stability, and range. Another option is to switch on the Crucible Origin attribute One Quiet Moment, which makes reloading your pistol outside of battle much faster.
As usual, Trials becomes accessible from the daily reset on Friday at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET until the weekly reset on Tuesday at the same time. You can also visit Xur at that time to check what exotic goods he has for sale. Visit Saint-14 in the Tower as soon as possible to obtain a Trials card, which will specify specific perks (such as whether you get bonus rewards at certain milestones or if a loss will be forgiven).
Trials of Osiris is a weekend PvP mode that lasts four days, from the daily reset on Friday to the weekly reset on Tuesday. You and the other two members of your fireteam must win seven matches straight to complete a “Flawless” run, which is your objective in the Trials.
By being Flawless, you can get access to the Lighthouse and exceptional gifts, such as the new Adept weaponry. These are some of the most sought-after things you may find since they contain additional stat boosts.
Trials has undergone a number of adjustments this year, making it a bit simpler to get started than in previous years. Matchmaking is now available in The Trials of Osiris, allowing players to enter matches even if they lack a complete team of three people. You may continue to play and collect prizes even if you lose on a Flawless run because to the fact that your Trials Passage, the card you buy from Saint-14 that gives you access to the mode and keeps account of your victories, no longer keeps track of your defeats. In addition, Bungie changed Trials to reward players based on the number of rounds won during a session rather than the number of matches won. They also added a reputation system akin to those found in the Crucible and Gambit, which makes it simpler to obtain some of the Trials of Osiris’ special loot.
Finally, while playing the mode, you’ll gain Trials Engrams, which you may exchange for Saint-14 throughout the weekend after you obtain them. You may modify those engrams to produce particular items of treasure or take a chance with random drops that will increase the variety of loot that is accessible to you. So there are many ways to obtain fantastic new gear even if you’re just joining Trials on your own.