Destiny 2: Trials Of Osiris Canceled This Week

The cancellation comes after last week's event was also cut short due to a technical issue.


Destiny 2 isn't holding a Trials of Osiris event this weekend, so open up your schedule if you and your friends were planning to try for that coveted win-streak. It's due to an ongoing issue, which may be related to players who have begun cheating by trading wins with each other. The cancelation of this weekend's event comes after Bungie was forced to disable Trials of Osiris last weekend, apparently because of the same problem.

Bungie's help account referenced last week's incident in its tweet on the cancellation, adding that it would provide information on the following week "as it becomes available." This could mean we're looking at another cancellation next week if the problem can't be solved, but this remains to be seen.

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As noted above, players have recently begun coordinating to essentially throw matches. This involves getting matched up with other willing teams and then having one side deliberately lose.

Trials of Osiris has players face off in Crucible matches for a chance at extremely powerful rewards based on the number of matches they're able to win in a row. If you're able to win seven matches in a row without a loss, you'll get the best rewards for your "Flawless" run. Coins earned for participating can also be redeemed for rewards. It's the top-tier PvP competition in Destiny.

Bungie recently delayed its Destiny 2: The Witch Queen expansion into 2022. The studio said it continues working on making systemic improvements to the game and doesn't want to excessively pressure developers on delivering the new content, especially with COVID still forcing them to work from home. Players still have exciting content coming up, however, as the original game's Vault of Glass raid is coming to Destiny 2 in Season 14.

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