This weekend, one of the biggest changes in Destiny 2 PvP went live. Trials of Osiris, and it’s predecessor Trials of the Nine have always been a sweaty PvP playlist, made for the ultra sweatlords fighting each other in order to get rewards at the Lighthouse. That is no longer the case.Continue reading “The Revamped Trials of Osiris in Destiny 2: S15 Season of the Lost”
Trials has always been an issue with the D2 community. There’s this meme of how they wanted to ship trials right. Instead, we got a playlist populated by cheaters and account recoveries, also ultra sweat lords.Continue reading “The State of Trials of Osiris In Season of the Chosen (Destiny 2 S13)”
With each new season of Destiny 2 comes a new sandbox, and each comes with slight adjustments. As such, each season has its own meta, a set of weapons that everyone will use when playing PvP. The new season came with a good buff for assault rifles (600-720 rpm). This meant that they would be used a lot more than previously.
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