The multi-player game "Destiny 2" has brought back Trials of Osiris.
Saint-14 is the new Trials vendor and announcer, and players can find him and his wares in the Tower Hanger every Friday when the game is reset.
'Destiny 2' Trials of Osiris is back
Every week, the Trials of Osiris map changes. This means that the rewards for winning a certain number of matches changes as well. The rewards are consistent across all players, although each player's weapon roll will differ.
This week, the guaranteed Trials of Osiris rewards are: The Messenger and Kinetic pulse rifles for 3 wins; Pyrrhic Ascent Grasps, Gauntlets, and Gloves for 5 wins; Pyrrhic Ascent Vest, Plate, and Vestment for 7 wins; and The Messenger, Kinetic pulse rifle, and a random Adept mod if you will all matches.
For the "Destiny 2" Season of Arrivals, players can complete the End Game weekly bounty, which needs Trials match completions to earn the three-win reward, according to Dual Shockers.
Players who manage to reach 7 wins without a single loss can go to the Lighthouse social space, which is also called a Flawless run. The Lighthouse offers additional rewards for players, some of which are unique, like a special emblem.
Those who reach the Lighthouse also earn a special armor glow for any of their Trials of Osiris armor, which lasts for the remainder of the weekend.
Bungie's new armor
Aside from the new list of rewards, "Destiny 2" also revealed Bungie's new armor Transmog system, which lets players turn one piece of armor into another visually without affecting the stats.
The studio broke down how the system will work in its usual Thursday blog, ahead of the feature's launch on May 11.
But some of the system's limitations, specifically a limitation that seems designed to milk more money from players, led to streamers and fans alike posting their feedback on Twitter.
The "Destiny 2" Transmog system brings Ada-1 back to the Tower.
Ada and her Loom will help players unlock the appearances of items that they have already earned, converting them to Universal Ornaments that Guardians can equip on any armor piece.
However, the process to convert these armor pieces is a bit complicated. Fans will need to adventure into the world and kill enemies, generating Synthstrand for themselves while they play.
As soon as they have enough Synthstrand, they can purchase special bounties for Ada-1 that offer Synthcord. Once Guardians finish their bounty, they can take their new Synthcord and trade it into Ada-1 for Synthweave. This can be used to unlock armor appearance for the Transmog system.
The process is lengthy just to unlock the appearance of a single piece of armor, and players dislike the fact that there is a limit on how many items players can Transmog per season. Fans can Transmog 30 pieces of armor per season, with 10 per class.
The 10 Transmog tokens per class, per season restriction bothers fans, while the complicated Synth currency system is a minor complaint.
Since the system is only a few weeks out, it is possible Bungie could make some adjustments. The studio are currently collecting feedback about the Transmog system, as posted on their official Twitter account.
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Written by Sophie Webster