Destiny 2's Trials Of Osiris Changes Are Coming Next Season

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Bungie will tweak rewards to make Destiny 2's Trial of Osiris worth playing, even if you don't go flawless.
Destiny 2's Trials of Osiris has been pretty contentious since Bungie reintroduced the top-tier PvP game type in the Season of the Worthy. Since it launched, Trials has seen some troubles, including a big uptick in cheating and a lack of rewards for most players. Bungie has changes planned for Trials in coming seasons which will hopefully mitigate some of those issues.

In its latest This Week at Bungie blog post, the developer outlined troubles it has been seeing since re-introducing Trials at the start of the Season of the Worthy last month. Trials encourages players to try to win seven PvP matches without losing one, and dishes out rewards at three, five, and seven wins. But participating also nets you "Trials Tokens" that you can use to purchase some of that gear, which has led to some high-skill teams playing only their first few Trials matches in order to just earn tokens. Because of the way matchmaking works, that results in lower-skill teams getting repeatedly stomped on by better players.

Bungie said it's hoping to adjust Trials to make it more rewarding regardless of your skill level, and to encourage you to play even if you aren't likely to earn a flawless run every weekend.

"Trials has always had a problem of being approachable for players who aren't highly skilled PvP…
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