November 27, 2020 Bungy has announced that Osiris’ trial has been postponed for another week.
After a two-week delay, Destiny 2 players were keen to take part in the weekly Trials of Osiris tournament of space games. Sadly, they will have to wait as Bungie has announced that a new issue has been discovered and the tournament has been canceled again.
It’s hard to say what the original problem was, but Destiny 2 players have found a glitch that gives Stasis Warlocks an infinite super. At first glance, the timing of the buttons can be used to extend the super indefinitely, so it works very much like the Dawnblade exploit that started a while ago.
Another explanation could be the general condition of the current crucible.Since the Beyond Light came out, players have twitter And Reddit to the air complaining that the Stasis subclass is very strong. The bottom line is that many abilities freeze you on the spot. I believe it’s a bit overkill and it’s a hassle to play against.
Bungee too Invalid Some other guns in the first week of Beyond Light. Witherhoard offered some Strange visual glitch, While the Rose Hand Cannon is firing at 150 rounds / minute instead of 140. Players have also found a way to hit the Destiny 2 Beyond Light softcap in an hour, but Bungie is on top of that.
The Osiris trial was originally scheduled to return on 27 November, but shortly after the opening, another problem arose and Bungy said he would cancel the tournament again. The developers do not say what the problem is or when Osiris’s trials will return.
Due to a recently discovered issue, the trial version of Osiris has been disabled this week. We are currently investigating when it will be returned.
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) November 27, 2020
Players speculate that this is probably due to a bug in The Lament, an exotic sword, or a bug that makes Titans appear invisible by swapping weapons after using the Stasis melee ability after using the sword. doing. Either way, you’ll have to wait a bit longer for the trial to come back.
The Crucible now looks a bit chaotic, and that’s why Bungee enjoys it until he tweaks what he’s working on. However, if you’re looking for something else, there’s a guide on where to find Destiny 2’s Deep Stone Crypt Raid and Destiny 2’s Perdition Lost Sector. The latter is a very good place to hide for now.