On June 12, gamers found a bug in Destiny 2’s pinnacle multiplayer exercise, Trials of Osiris. After seven wins and nil losses, gamers usually transport to a singular location known as The Lighthouse, and get a particular piece of drugs as a reward for his or her “Flawless” run. But on Friday, Flawless gamers persistently hit an error code whereas loading in to The Lighthouse.
Bungie has since disabled Trials for your entire weekend, and the studio is investigating a repair for the bug.
We are investigating a problem the place gamers are unable to go to the Lighthouse after finishing a Flawless Trials Passage.
Trials of Osiris has been disabled for the rest of the weekend, and might be unavailable till this concern could be resolved.
Stay tuned for updates.
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) June 12, 2020
According to a tweet from the Bungie Help account, the studio will maintain Trials offline till it finds an answer to the issue. It’s at the moment unclear how lengthy this bug will take to repair, and Trials might be down for per week or extra.
This downtime comes after a tumultuous reintroduction for Trials. The studio initially took Trials of the Nine away in the summertime of 2018, and rebuilt it because the resurrected Trials of Osiris in March — with the identical identify and aesthetic as the unique Destiny. But cheaters have plagued the mode for months, with Bungie nonetheless engaged on options.
We’ll replace this submit as Bungie affords extra data on the mode-breaking bug.
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