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Is there a Trials of Osiris this week? When is it coming back? (September 3rd)

Here is whether we have a Trials this week or not.

By Md Armughanuddin

September 3, 2021

Trials of Osiris have been missing from Destiny 2 since the last week, and many are wondering whether we will have one today.

Destiny 2 has been dominating the looter shooter genre for quite a while now. After the game went free to play, a large number of new players joined the game, and it has been growing steadily since then. The developers have a long roadmap in place, with two major expansions lined up for release in the coming months.

  • MORE: Patch Notes For Destiny 2 Update 3.3.0.1 Today (September 2)

The next expansion, The Witch Queen is slated to release in February 2022, and it will be the game’s biggest expansion yet. With the arrival of the weapon crafting feature and a variety of other stuff, it could turn things around for the game. There is still a while to go for that to release, but there are some interesting changes happening before that as well.

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Destiny 2: Is there a Trials of Osiris this week? When is it coming back? (September 3rd)

In Trials of Osiris, players take part in 3v3 PvP matches to get a variety of rewards. These rewards are given out 3, 5, and 7 wins, but players need to ensure that they don’t lose thrice in a row. There are new rewards and maps every week, but Trials has been on a break since last week.

Unfortunately, this week as well, we will not be having a Trials of Osiris. It will be returning next week, and there will be some significant changes. Notably, Trials of Osiris will now only be available for expansion pass holders.

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Md Armughanuddin
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Md is the Head of Content- India for DualShockers. He is pursuing Computer Science Engineering and is really passionate about gaming and technology. You can find him cracking complex coding problems during the day, and covering the latest happenings in the industry at night.

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