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Trials of Osiris

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"Only the worthy may face the Trials of Osiris, for only the worthy are strong enough to endure what is to come. A string of victories will earn great rewards - but lose too many matches and you're out."
— Event description

The Trials of Osiris are a Crucible event presided over by the Disciples of Osiris. It is an endgame Crucible event first introduced by the House of Wolves expansion.[1] It is available every weekend, from Friday to the weekly reset on Tuesday. It returned to Destiny 2 during Season of the Worthy.[2]


To enter the Trials of Osiris, players must acquire a Trials Passage by completing the House of Wolves Story. The Trials Passage acts as the player's scorecard and only one can be carried at a time. Additional passages can be purchased from Brother Vance at the Vestian Outpost. In addition, he offers score-altering consumables (Boon of Osiris, Favor of Osiris, and Mercy of Osiris) and tier-based rewards packages. Tiers are based on how many wins are earned on a single passage. To purchase the consumables, players need passage coins from the Daily Crucible Event or random crucible matches.

Destiny 2[edit]

In Destiny 2, Trials Passages are instead acquired from Saint-14 in the Tower hangar once the player reaches certain lifetime Valor and Crucible kill targets. Score-altering consumables are replaced with a variety of Trials Passages to choose from with bonuses built in. Saint-14 also offers bounties and the ability to focus earned engrams to items that have been received in the past. As of Season of the Lost, players must also own the latest expansion and the event will not be available during the first week of a season, nor prior to a Raid's World First completion or during the same week as Iron Banner.[3]


The Trials of Osiris use a variant of the game type called Elimination, with two teams of three players competing against each other. A win is when one team successfully kills all three players on the other. Matches consist of a number of 2-minute rounds; a team wins the round by completely wiping the other team, or capturing a zone that appears in the middle of the map. Winning a round gains a team 1 point toward victory, and the first team to 5 points wins the match. Players can be revived by teammates at the site of their death (Sunsingers can also revive themselves). The first team to eliminate the other completely wins the round. If the match goes into overtime, the first team to secure a capture point that appears in the middle of the map wins the match. Failing that, whoever is closest to the capture point wins. Heavy ammo only drops after one team has won 3 rounds, and heavy ammo does not carry into the next round. Supers, grenades melee charges and special ammo do carry over, however.

Further differences between the Trials and standard Skirmish include: the Trials take place on only one map each week; player level advantages are enabled as in the Iron Banner; fireteam matchmaking is disabled, requiring players to manually assemble a full fireteam of three. Lastly, players can play for a maximum of nine wins or three losses on a single passage, whichever comes first. Quitting or getting booted from the match also counts as a loss. Because this game mode tends to be extremely competitive, some players even resort to dirty tactics such as DDoSing, doxxing, lag-switching, and message spamming. Some teams tend to "cheese" the system by leaving a match immediately after they win, giving the servers an impression that they haven't won as much as they have, and therefore are less likely to get matched up against skilled players. While this tactic is not illegal, may players don't like when people do it since they have a higher chance of getting worse opponents.

Flawless Victory[edit]

Players who are lucky or skilled enough to obtain a Flawless Scorecard, which has nine wins and zero losses, are able to visit The Lighthouse on Mercury. Rewards include Trials-themed gear and an exclusive, limited-time emblem that changes from time to time. At the launch of House of Wolves, the emblem was the exotic-tier "Eye of Osiris" (currently the only exotic emblem in the game); The Taken King featured "Hic Jacet"; and the April Update introduced "Bastet's Dream". Once an emblem has been rotated out, it can no longer be obtained.

Destiny 2[edit]

The return of Trials of Osiris in Destiny 2 was mostly unchanged gameplay-wise from its previous iteration, prior to an overhaul during Season of the Lost. Players were still obligated assemble a fireteam manually, though the number of wins playable on a passage was reduced to seven, with the bar for obtaining a Flawless passage reduced accordingly. Adept weapons were introduced during Season of the Chosen, which can be additionally customized with stat-changing mods as an additional reward for going Flawless. The Season of the Lost overhaul came with the goal of making the event more attractive to players of lower skill levels. Passages now track up to 20 round wins and whether it is Flawless or not. Players will now gain reputation based on the number of rounds won at the end of a match, which goes towards earning a Trials engram at Saint-14. It is still possible to go Flawless, and doing so remains the only way to obtain Adept weapons. Matchmaking has also been enabled, round times have been reduced to 90 seconds, and special and heavy ammo are now reset at the beginning of each round, alongside a number of other changes to fix exploits and reduce cheating. Additional changes are planned, but will be tested during as of yet undetermined weekends during the season in the form of a Labs mode for the event.[3]

List of appearances[edit]



Trials of Osiris is back in Destiny 2 after a week off, and following the recent Trials of Osiris Labs weekend back in September, we've got a more standard event right now until the weekly reset on October 12. As always, this gives you a chance to get some of the best guns and coolest armor in the game, though you'll need to earn it. Here's what items are up for grabs and the map you can expect to spend the next day winning (and losing, if we're honest) on.

As always, both the Trials of Osiris rewards and the map are randomized when the mode goes live at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET on Fridays. Be sure to also check out what Xur has for sale this week.

  • Map: Javelin-4
  • 20 rounds won -- Pinnacle Trials Engram
  • 7 matches won -- Pinnacle Trials Engram
  • Reputation Rank 10 -- Eye of Sol (Kinetic sniper rifle); after reputation reset, The Messenger (Kinetic pulse rifle)
  • Reputation Rank 16 -- Igneous Hammer (Solar hand cannon); after reputation reset, Sola's Scar (Solar sword)
  • Flawless run -- Eye of Sol (Adept), sniper rifle

Trials of Osiris is a weekend PvP mode that runs from the daily reset on Friday until the weekly reset on Tuesday, giving you four days to take part. Your goal in the Trials is for you and the other two players in your fireteam to achieve a "Flawless" run, in which you win seven matches without losing any.

Go Flawless, and you'll earn a trip to the Lighthouse and receive some special rewards, including the new Adept weapons. These have additional stat bonuses, making them among the most coveted items you can get your hands on.

Thanks to a bunch of changes to Trials this season, though, the mode is a little easier to get into than it has been. The Trials of Osiris now features matchmaking, so you can jump into matches even if you don't have a full squad of three players to take it on. Your Trials Passage, the card you purchase from Saint-14 that grants you access to the mode and tracks your wins, now does not track your losses--so you can keep playing and earning rewards even if you lose out on a Flawless run. Bungie has also adjusted Trials so that you earn rewards based on the number of rounds, rather than matches, you've won during your session, and added a reputation system that's similar to the Crucible and Gambit, making it easier to earn some of the Trials of Osiris's unique loot.

Finally, you'll earn Trials Engrams for participating in the mode, which you can cash in with Saint-14 during the weekend you receive them. Thanks to the new update, you can tune those engrams to yield specific pieces of loot, or take your chances with random drops that will expand what's available in your loot pool. So even if you're just jumping into Trials alone, there are plenty of ways you can earn great new gear.

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Destiny 2’s Trial of Osiris has undergone some major changes this season, and MP1st is here to bring the new Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris rewards this week October 8,2021 edition! Bungie has rolled out the Destiny 2 Trials Labs and you can read up about it right here.

New Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris Rewards This Week October 8, 2021:

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  • Reputation Rank 4: Upgrade Module (2)
  • Reputation Rank 7: Enhancement Prism (3)
  • Reputation Rank 10: Trials Weapon (Changes on every rank reset)
  • Reputation Rank 13: Upgrade Module (2)
  • Reputation Rank 16: Trials Weapon (Changes on every rank reset)
  • Flawless Reward: Eye of Sol (Legendary Sniper Rifle) (Adept)

Reputation System, Trials Engrams, and Adept Farming

Win individual rounds within each match to gain trials reputation.The amount of reputation you gain increases with each round you’ve won on your card. Earn enough reputation, and you’ll be able to claim a Trials Engram from Saint-14! This engram can be focused into any currently available trials loot you have previously obtained, or it can be taken to Master Rahool for a random Trials drop. Your reputation increases after every match completion, based on the amount of round-wins on your card, regardless of the result of that match itself (win or lose, 0-5 or 5-4).

Once you have gone flawless, keep playing! Every win on your still-flawless card will give you a chance at bonus, additional post-match drops of the Adept weapon for that week. Once you lose a game, you will no longer get these adept drops. However, still winning games at 7 wins even on a non-flawless can can drop bonus trials engrams, prisms, and even ascendant shards.

When you’re done, you can cash in your 7-win passage for one additional adept drop, granted you have gone flawless that week. This resets your card so you can start anew.


Passage of FerocityYour third match win grants a bonus win.10000 Glimmer & 15 Legendary Shards
Passage of MercyForgives one loss per run.10000 Glimmer & 15 Legendary Shards
Passage of WealthIncreased Trials Rank points from reaching 3, 5, and 7 match wins on a ticket.15000 Glimmer & 25 Legendary Shards
Passage of ConfidenceGrants bonus rewards from Flawless Chest.20000 Glimmer & 50 Legendary Shards

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Destiny 2 Trials Of Osiris Latest Rewards and Map Rotation (October 15-19)

UPDATE: Trials of Osiris has been disabled and will return to the crucible tomorrow, on Friday October 15.

[Original Story] - Destiny 2’s Season of the Lost is finally here and Trials of Osiris has had a much-needed refresh.

Bungie has introducing matchmaking, anti-cheat, and a whole host of other changes to improve the Trials of Osiris experience.

If you're new to Destiny 2, we've got everything you need to know about the Trials of Osiris mode, just below. Be warned though, it's not easy for a beginner.

But if you're also interested in the lore behind the game mode, have a watch of this video from My name is Byf.

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Latest News -

There's a few changes with Trials of Osiris for the week event starting on September 17. We've quoted the whole Bungie response, but put the important bits in bold.

We aren’t satisfied with the matchmaking experience for players after seven wins. That area of matchmaking has a significantly higher rate of 5-0 games than we would like, so we are enabling a ‘flawless matchmaking’ pool. However, we want to make sure that there are enough flawless players to maintain good matchmaking times – so we are waiting until Friday afternoon to turn this on, and we will be watching player reactions and matchmaking analytics all weekend to make sure it is behaving properly.

We are also not happy with the experience of players who have a bad streak of getting repeatedly thrashed 5-0, so we are enabling some matchmaking help if someone runs into several blowout matches. This temporary help mechanic clears up once they start winning again, so don’t think someone will cheese a flawless by tanking for a few games and then have a weekend of smooth sailing.

Lastly, we are enabling the quitter penalties that we use on the Glory playlists – giving you a 30-minute timeout if you quit out of too many games. We are going to be watching this, and have some harsher plans if players continue to abandon their fireteams.

There's also an early look at a change coming next week, starting on 24 September. Again, important bits in bold:

Next week, in addition to our first Trials Labs (spoiler alert: It’s Capture Zone Trials!), we will be disabling the Special ammo replenishment on revive – you still get special ammo if you kill someone, or when you start the next round. We are also disabling the matchmaking counter on the Trials of Osiris lobby, so you won’t be able to tell how many players have joined but will still be told when they join. We also fixed an issue preventing you from being able to Masterwork weapons from Saint-14’s rank rewards.
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What Is Trials of Osiris?

Trials of Osiris is the game's highest tier PvP content. Teams duke it out in an elimination-style match, and do their best to get to Flawless - that's a seven-game win streak.

Players can lose a match or two, but any more will see them ejected - but the mode offers some great rewards.

Don't forget that Trials of Osiris is a weekend-only activity, so you won't be able to play it after the weekly reset takes place every Tuesday.

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The short and sweet summary: We’ve overhauled the loot structure of Trials to grant more rewards, even if you’re not winning full matches. Trials Reputation has been added, which will unlock Trials engrams and other rewards on Saint-14 through a given Season. We have a few ruleset changes, such as resetting ammo and reducing rounds to 90 seconds, but nothing too major there. In a few weeks, we’ll also be introducing Trials Labs, testing out deeper changes to the mode to see what plays best! As a final note, Trials access now requires purchase of the current yearly expansion to aid in our game security efforts. Check here if you haven’t seen the updates to our Security Policy!

In addition: Saint-14 has refreshed his vendor inventory, giving Guardians the ability to target additional rolls on loot that they’ve previously acquired. This can be comparable to Focusing engrams at the Umbral Decoder in the H.E.L.M. Get out there, earn some engrams, and have at it.

Patch notes as follows:

  • Trials reputation internal systems has been rebuilt, aligning with that of other ritual reputations.
  • Reputation gain per match is scaled by the number of round wins on a ticket.
  • Trials passages are now account scoped (purchasing the same ticket on an alternate character will not reset ticket wins).
  • Passage of Ferocity is now available from the start.
  • Passage of Wisdom is no longer available.
  • Passage of Wealth now requires seven wins.
  • Unlocking a passage now unlocks it for the rest of the Season.
  • Replaced the weekly three-, five-, seven-win challenges with a win rounds challenge.
  • A new seven-win challenge is available on Saint-14.
  • Removed weekly bounties.
  • Made changes to rulesets:
  • Trials of Osiris round time reduced to 90 seconds.
  • Trials of Osiris -- Each round start with fresh special ammo.
  • Cross Play must be enabled to participate in Trials of Osiris.
  • Added Third Person Camera Restricted tooltip and load screen hint to Trials, Elimination, and Showdown.
  • Trials of Osiris now requires purchase of the current yearly expansion.
  • Currently, Beyond Light is required to play.
  • Starting on February 22 2022, The Witch Queen will be required.

Trials of Osiris Map And Reward - How They Work

While rewards used to be dished out for 3, 5 and 7 wins (with an added bonus for a 'Flawless', no-loss run), things will operate a little differently going forward.

Trials Passages will no longer be rendered null and void after a loss, meaning you can keep playing for new gear. It'll also be earned through reputation, just like in Crucible and Gambit - and in Season of the Lost, in Vanguard activities, too.

We'll still get a weekly map rotation, though - so keep 'em peeled.

Trials of Osiris New Weapon - Reed’s Regret

This Season, Trials brings a new Legendary Linear Fusion Rifle to the loot table of Destiny. Introducing Reed’s Regret, packing some Stasis damage and the ability to roll some fun perk combinations, like Triple Tap and Vorpal Weapon. Paired with the Particle Deconstruction Artifact Mod, this is a weapon that you won’t want to miss.

Destiny 2 Reed’s Regret Legendary Linear Fusion Rifle
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Trials of Osiris Callout Maps

If you want some help whilst playing, graphic designer and Twitch streamer Relikt has created a series of great callout maps that can help your fireteam.

Again, that's Relikt, who you can also find on Twitter - @R3likt - doing great things. Follow the link to see give them a follow.

Alter of Flame Callouts Map -

Callout map for Destiny 2 Alter of Flame map, created by the artist Relikt.
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Bannerfall Callouts Map -

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Burnout Callouts Map -

Trials of Osiris Burnout Callout Map
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Distant Show Callouts Map -

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The Dead Cliffs Callouts Map -

Callout map for Destiny 2 Dead Cliffs map, created by the artist Relikt.
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Javelin-4 Callouts Map -

Trials of Osiris Javalin-4 Callout Map
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Midtown Callouts Map -

Trials of Osiris Midtown Callout Map
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Trials of Osiris Passages - How They Work

Players can purchase 'Trials Passages' from Saint-14. Here's how they work in Season 15.

Passages no longer track losses - a Passage is either Flawless or not.

  • This allows you to keep playing and earning match and round wins for rewards.
  • Players may continue to reset their passages after a loss, but are no longer forced to after three losses total.
  • Passages track up to 20 rounds won.
  • Passages have been re-ordered (Mercy is not super useful unless you are trying to go Flawless) and have all had their prices significantly reduced.
  • Passages are now account-wide.
  • You can play and earn rewards on any of your characters on the same Passage.

The four Passage's available are listed below, along with each Passage bonus:

Passage of FerocityYour third match win grants a bonus win.10000 Glimmer & 15 Legendary Shards
Passage of MercyForgives one loss per run10000 Glimmer & 15 Legendary Shards
Passage of WealthIncreased Trials Rank points from reaching 3, 5, and 7 match wins on a ticket.10000 Glimmer & 25 Legendary Shards
Passage of ConfidenceGrants bonus rewards from Flawless Chest.10000 Glimmer & 50 Legendary Shards

Trials of Osiris Bounties - How They Work

Saint-14 will also be selling Trials of Osiris Bounties. There are three available and they will reward players with extra goodies when you complete them in the Trials.

  • Weekly Bounties will reward XP, Glimmer, 35 Valor Rank Points, and 5 Trials Tokens;
  • Daily Bounties will reward XP, 15 Valor Rank Points, and 2 Trials Tokens
  • Additional Bounties will offer XP and 2 Trials Tokens.

Trials of Osiris Rewards & Map This Week, October 8 to October 12

Map this week:

From October 8 to October 12 Guardians are fighting it out on the Javelin-4 map in Trials of Osiris.

Rewards this week:

  • Reputation Rank 4: Upgrade Module (2)
  • Reputation Rank 7: Enhancement Prism (3)
  • Reputation Rank 10: Trials Weapon (Changes for each rank reset)
  • Reputation Rank 13: Upgrade Module (2)
  • Reputation Rank 16: Trials Weapon (Changes for each rank reset)
  • Flawless Reward: Adept Eye of Sol
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Only those who have proven their worth may enter the Trials. A string of victories will earn great rewards, but lose too many matches and your access will be denied.

― In-game description


Trials of Osiris is a Crucible event that was formerly available in Destiny and is currently playable in Destiny 2.



The event was available every weekend from Friday at 10 AM PST to the Weekly Reset on Tuesday.[1] Participation in the Trials of Osiris playlist required the latest Destiny expansion.

The final Trials of Osiris event for Destiny took place on August 14, 2017.[2]


Trials of Osiris used the Elimination gametype. Entrance into the Trials required a Trials Passage, which could be purchased from Brother Vance[1] for 500 Glimmer. Once a Trials Passage accumulated three losses, the Passage would no longer grant admission to the Trials. In order to continue competing in the Trials of Osiris, a new Trials Passage would need to be purchased.[1] If a Guardian quit or disconnected from a match before it is completed, a loss was added to the Trials Passage.[1] In Year 1, Guardians could use Passage Coins to purchase boons from Brother Vance that would aid in obtaining the most wins possible. However, in Year 3, boons were made obsolete as Guardians were able to inspect their Trials Passage to purchase modifications that would grant the same effects that boons did.[citation needed]

Level advantages were enabled, and teammate matchmaking was disabled, so Guardians would need to form their own fireteams.[1] Teams were matched against each other depending on connection[3] and the number of wins on their Trials Passage.[citation needed]

Each match would take place on the same map in a given week. The map rotated every week.[1] However, during the last week Trials of Osiris was available, the map chosen for each match was random.


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The Lighthouse[]

Guardians who accumulated nine wins and zero losses on a single Trials Passage would be able to travel to The Lighthouse, a location on Mercury that contains exclusive loot. Access to this area would remain open until the weekly reset and Guardians could only obtain rewards from The Lighthouse once per character per week. Opening the chest at The Lighthouse would reward the following:

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Year 3[]

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Year 3 Rewards[]


One of the following armor pieces would drop as an end-of-match reward on the fifth win on a Trials Passage once per week per Guardian:


One of following weapons would drop as an end-of-match reward on the seventh win on a Trials Passage once per week per Guardian:


The following items had a chance to drop as end-of-match rewards:

Destiny 2[]

The Trials of Osiris event was reintroduced into Destiny 2 on March 13, 2020, approximately 3 years after the event ended in Destiny and superseded the Trials of the Nine.


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Destiny Reminder: There Will Be No Trials of Osiris This Weekend

By Curt Hutson


With Iron Banner now available, Destiny 2's Trials of Osiris is taking a week off, allowing time for more changes to the mode.

Bungie has been making major adjustments to Trials of Osiris in Destiny 2 to entice more players to engage in the mode. Guardians who are looking to try out these changes and work their way to the Lighthouse this weekend might be a bit disappointed, however. Trials of Osiris will be taking a week off, so Destiny 2 players will have to patiently await its return in October.

Iron Banner was brought back into the game on September 28, which means it is taking over as the main PvP activity for a short while. To avoid overwhelming players and splitting the population, Bungie is suspending Trials of Osiris during this time. Iron Banner will retire once more on October 5, after which Trials will be available again the following weekend.

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During its hiatus, Bungie will continue working on many of the planned Trials of Osiris changes. The PvP mode has never been everyone's cup of tea, but Bungie is looking to change that by making alterations to broaden its appeal. Three weeks ago, Bungie launched its first reworked version of Trials, which ended up being very successful, mostly due to changes to the reward system.

The second week wasn't quite as well-received. This was largely due to a controversial change to Trials of Osiris matchmaking. This change was for players who reached Flawless for the first time in the mode. After achieving this difficult task, they will then be matched with other Flawless players in the future. Veterans of the mode who are highly skilled don't have as much of an issue with this but those who got Flawless for the first time may not find their games so evenly matched going forward.

TheDestiny 2 weekly reset is live as of September 28, and this week was a big one in terms of story. For weeks, Guardians have been working with Mara Sov, who has an uneasy alliance with the Witch Queen. This week, Savathun revealed the truth to Crow about his past. This was likely a ploy from the Queen of Lies to mess with Mara's brother and possibly compromise an ally.

While Crow seems to take the news well, the repercussions of this revelation have yet to be seen. There are plenty who are holding out hope that he doesn't return to his villainous ways, as he has become a beloved character. Next week, along with the possibility players will see how Crow responds to this revelation, Trials of Osiris will be back, kicking off on Friday with newly implemented changes.

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Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris (Oct. 15-19) - Reputation Rewards & Maps this week

Trials of Osiris is back in session in Destiny 2 this week, after a few weeks of hiatus and its triumphant return last week.

Despite the time off, Trials of Osiris is still just as difficult, and will challenge even the best Destiny 2 PVP players to work to earn new rewards!

Here's everything we know about the Trials of Osiris rewards and maps this week.

What are the Trials of Osiris?

In Destiny 2, no PVP game mode makes players prove themselves more than Trials of Osiris.

The Trials of Osiris task players with stacking wins in PVP matches to earn reputation rewards that get better the longer your success keeps up.

In Destiny 2, Trials of Osiris is a time-limited game mode, arriving on Friday and disappearing on Tuesday. With new rewards and new maps each week, Trials of Osiris is always shaking things up.

Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris Rewards & Map this week

Trials of Osiris will return once more to Destiny 2 at 1pm EST on Friday, October 15th. Once the game mode arrives we'll update with the latest information on its rewards and maps this week.

In the meantime, see what kind of things you can expect from Trials of Osiris from its rewards lineup last week.

Map: Javelin 4


  • Reputation Rank 4: Upgrade Module (2)
  • Reputation Rank 7: Enhancement Prism (3)
  • Reputation Rank 10: Trials Weapon (Changes for each rank reset)
  • Reputation Rank 13: Upgrade Module (2)
  • Reputation Rank 16: Trials Weapon (Changes for each rank reset)
  • Flawless Reward: Eye of Sol (Adept)

Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost

While Trials of Osiris and the return of Xur will steal the show this weekend in Destiny 2, a new Halloween event will also captivate players - the Festival of the Lost.

Through this event, players will be able to grind a variety of different bosses and other challenging foes to cash in on some nice rewards along the way.

If you reach your Flawless rewards in Trials of Osiris this week, use that extra time to try out the Festival of the Lost!

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