Destiny 2 fans will be disappointed to find out that Trials of the Nine has been cancelled for the next two weeks.
Destiny 2’s Trials of the Nine Crucible event typically starts at 6pm UK time every Friday.
But Trials of the Nine won’t return until November 3, and it’s all because of a Monty Python emote.
The Bureaucratic Walk emote – which was inspired by a famous Monty Python sketch involving John Cleese – lets players pass through walls and gain an unfair advantage.
The emote has already been removed from sale, but Bungie is yet to implement a fix for any players who already own it.
Bungie explained more in the Destiny 2 blog, telling fans to expect an update during the first week of November.
“As a follow-up to reported incidents of emote glitching in the Crucible, we are investigating a fix that we plan to deploy during the first week of November,” reads a Bungie blog post.
“In the meantime, the next two instances of Trials of the Nine will be postponed.
“Please stay tuned for updates. We will provide more information as it becomes available. At this time the next instance of Trials of the Nine is forecasted to resume on November 3, 2017.”
The weekly Destiny 2 PvP event gives players the chance to earn rare gear and access high-level vendors.
To access the Trials of the Nine, players must have completed the Destiny 2 campaign and completed the Call to Arms milestone. There’s also a minmum power requirement.
While the cancellation of the Trials of the Nine event is unfortunate, Destiny 2 fans can at least tackle the Prestige Raid.
The new and improved Leviathan Raid features tougher enemies and other gameplay tweaks.
Clan Redeem – which is made up of Sweatcicle, Modern Tryhard, Ehroaar, I Indica I, Senior Snubby and Gladd – were the first team to complete the Destiny 2 Prestige Raid.
Bungie congratulated the Clan on Twitter, saying: “Congratulations to Clan Redeem for being World First to complete the Prestige Raid… by a margin of only four minutes! Good Game.”