Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris Solo Queue and Crossplay Explained
Once the servers come back online, you will have crossplay activated.
Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris receives the much anticipated Solo Queue option with the arrival of Season of the Lost.
The future of Destiny 2 for the next 3 months and beyond has been explained in detail in the latest showcase from Bungie.
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Not only the new season will feature a special 30th Bungie Anniversary event, but also it brings Crossplay and Trials Solo Queue at day one of launch.
Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris Solo Queue
Finally, Trials of Osiris becomes available for all players, even those who have no in-game friend to create a squad.
With Season of the Lost launching today, Solo Queue will be added to the Trials of Osiris matchmaking. However, you wouldn’t be able to use it until September 10, when the first Trials of Osiris with Solo Queue goes live.
Prior to this, even if you would earn the pass to Trials of Osiris each week, you couldn’t participate without a pre-formed 3-player squad. But now it has been changed and people can team up with random players and take part in Trials.
Destiny 2 Crossplay
As soon as the servers get back online today, the crossplay will be activated in Destiny 2. The crossplay will allow PlayStation, Xbox, PC, and Stadia players to team up with each other in the game.
It’s yet to be seen whether you would be able to opt-out from crossplay with PC when you are in PvP modes, but once the new season goes live, we will learn more about it.
Once you log in to the game with a platform, your platform’s ID will be your name in the game. So, if your Xbox’s Gamertag is X, then your name in Destiny 2 will change into X as well.
Destiny 2 Season of the Lost launches today. Currently, the servers are under maintenance, but they will get back online in almost one hour.