Plenty is being planned for Destiny 2 over the coming weeks, although some of its is still being revealed. Today, Guardians can look forward to the launch of new Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris rewards, and the return of Xur. The Trials will be kicking off around the same time as the Exotic merchant returns across PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Rewards will not be known until Destiny 2 fans find out for themselves as Bungie never shares a list beforehand.
Fans should also know that the best loot, the Flawless stuff – will take longer to confirm, but we’ll be sure to update this story as soon as we have the latest information.
The first information that will be shared will be the new map selection, with last week focusing on Cauldron.
Destiny Trials of Osiris will be kicking off October 16, at around 6 pm BST, or 10 am PT if you live in the United States.
After a string of wins, Guardians will have the chance to grab new loot, which can be traded for Legendary Shards.
Returning players will want to visit Saint-14 just, who will be located in the Tower Hangar.
The Osiris reset offers a new inventory of Trials Passages, Bounties, and the option to turn in Trials Tokens.
At the same time that the Trials event kick-off, we should find out more about where Xur is, and what stuff he is offering.
Both the Trials and Xur will be available until October 20, and this will be the day when the Weekly Reset will happen.
And with Destiny Beyond Light just around the corner, Bungie is starting to reveal more about its plans.
This includes when the next raid will be launching, with a message from Bungie confirming: “For the elite raiders in the room, this means a new shot at glory. The race to a World First completion of a raid is one of the most spirited traditions in the Destiny community.
“Race Day is when the world turns its eyes to Destiny to see who emerges as the hero. We have stood next to some of those legends on a stage while they claimed their titles in front of a cheering crowd. It’s almost time to fire that starting pistol again.
“The next race for raid World First begins on Saturday, November 21 at 10 am. Pacific. That should give you plenty of time to get ready.
“We see you assembling your fireteams and conspiring how to power your way up to a competitive level. We hear you asking when you should “call in sick.” Now you know, so get to finalising your plans.”
Here is what else you’ll need to know:
- Contest Mode will cap all players at 20 Power below each encounter for 24 hours.
- Artefact Power will be disabled during Contest Mode.
- 1230 Power is your team’s goal to be at the cap for all the encounters.
- Being above 1230 will not provide any additional advantage in the final fight.